FORENSIC PHARMACY: ANALYSIS OF COMPLAINTS ABOUT THE PHARMACEUTICAL PROVISION FOR PRIVILEGED CATEGORIES OF PATIENTS IN UKRAINE (EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH)

Keywords: forensic pharmacy, pharmaceutical provision, privileged patients, pharmaceutical law

Abstract

The article presents the results of the research from position of forensic pharmacy concerning analysis of complaints about the pharmaceutical provision for privileged categories of patients in Ukraine. Analyzed world experience of the reimbursement system (reference pricing) in pharmaceutical provision for privileged categories of citizens comparing to existing system in Ukraine. Studied complaints of privileged contingents of patients concerning pharmaceutical supply in various health care facilities. Based on results created a matrix of complaints of privileged contingents of patients regarding unsatisfactory pharmaceutical provision. Based on the matrix of complaints, three regional lists of drugs were developed with the further development of organizational and legal measures to increase the level of pharmaceutical provision of privileged contingents of patients.

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2021-03-20
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Andriy Gudzenko, Valentyn Shapovalov, Valeriy Shapovalov, & Viktoriya Shapovalova. (2021). FORENSIC PHARMACY: ANALYSIS OF COMPLAINTS ABOUT THE PHARMACEUTICAL PROVISION FOR PRIVILEGED CATEGORIES OF PATIENTS IN UKRAINE (EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH). Science Review, (2(37). https://doi.org/10.31435/rsglobal_sr/30042021/7517
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