Science, Technologies, Innovations №2(14) 2020


Punda O. O. — Doctor of Science in Law, Associate Professor, University of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine, 31, Universitetska St, Irpin’, Kyiv Oblast, Ukraine, 08200; +38(097) 457-64-10;; ORCID: 0000-0002-9175-3141

Arziantseva D. A. — PhD in Economics, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor of the Department of Management, Finance, Banking and Insurance Khmelnytsky University of Management and Law named after Leonid Yuzkov, 8, street Heroiv Maidan, Khmelnytsky, Ukraine, 29000; +38(067) 265-88-74;; ORCID: /0000-0001-8014-7544

Zakharkevych N. P. — PhD in Economics, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor of the Department of Management, Finance, Banking and Insurance Khmelnytsky University of Management and Law named after Leonid Yuzkov, 8, street Heroiv Maidan, Khmelnytsky, Ukraine, 29000; +38(068) 832-97-23;; ORCID: /0000-0001-7959-7302


Abstract.  The article is devoted to the issues of informatization of health care in the context of medical reform in Ukraine. It was emphasized that the service component of health care reform should open free access to information for patients, in connection with which the eHealth system (electronic health care system) is being introduced in Ukraine. eHealth provides the exchange of medical information and the implementation of the program of medical guarantees of the population. It is substantiated that in order to effectively implement the state information policy in the medical field it is necessary to develop and adopt a legal act at the level of law, for example, the Law of Ukraine “On the functioning of the electronic health care system in Ukraine”. The task of such an act should be to determine the subjects of information policy in this area, the powers of individual bodies and non-governmental organizations or economic entities involved in the development and operation of electronic health care system. An important element of regulation should be to address the issue of cybersecurity when using eHealth and to determine the responsibility of specific entities for possible violations or threats to the system. It is determined that eHealth should cover all areas of medical services, including “military” and “departmental medicine”. It is emphasized that an important element of the reliable functioning of eHealth should be the training of medical staff to work with databases. At the same time, the provision on the possibility of providing “cloud” services related to the functioning of the electronic health care system should be taken into account during the creation of the draft law “On cloud services”. The possibility of using “cloud” storage of medical data and requirements for the use of “cloud” information services provided from territories of a jurisdiction other than the national one requires is assessment.

Keywords: medical reform, electronic health care system, “cloud” services, information registers, personal data, “cloud services”.


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