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Anti-crisis strategies in medicine will be discussed at EEF-2021
As part of the EEF-2021 business program, the session "Partnership Against Pandemic: Anti-Crisis Strategies in Medicine" will take place. The event is included in the thematic track “The Economy of the New Time: What Will Change and What Will Remain,” organized by the Roscongress Foundation's Healthy Life project.
According to the press service of Roscongress, the discussion will be attended by the head of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation Mikhail Murashko, the WHO representative in Russia Melita Vuinovich, the Minister of Health and Social Security of the Republic of Korea Kwon Dok Chol, the general director of the RDIF Kirill Dmitriev, the head of the subcommittee on the circulation of medicines, the development of pharmaceutical and the medical industry of the State Duma Committee on Health Protection Alexander Petrov, Head of the Higher School of Organization and Management of Health Care Guzel Ulumbekova, General Director of the National Medical Research Center for Radiology of the Ministry of Health of Russia Andrei Kaprin and others. The session was moderated by Evelina Zakamskaya, editor-in-chief of the Doctor TV channel.
As Alexander Petrov noted, the proximity of the Far East to the countries of the Asia-Pacific region opens up wide opportunities for cooperation and building ties between countries, exchange of experience and technology transfer.
“The national health systems of many countries have been transformed to effectively counter coronavirus infection, the best experience should be scaled internationally, and in this matter, such dialogue platforms as the Eastern Economic Forum play a significant role,” the State Duma representative added.
Today, in the context of the accumulated experience of countering the pandemic, the response to the challenges of the time must be the ability of national health systems to withstand emergency crises, as well as sustainable intercountry partnerships in the development of effective strategies for this confrontation.
The session participants will discuss what criteria should be met by sustainable healthcare that is capable of meeting the principles of national security, what international experience in building sustainable healthcare systems is most relevant to the goals set, what trends determine the development of cooperation in the field of medicine in the Asia-Pacific region, and how the experience of the pandemic contributed to reforming the delivery system medical care in the Far East.