The press conference of the Minister of Health and the President of the National Health Fund, dedicated to the amount of assessments in hospital care, will be one of the events on the last day of the Karpacz Economic Forum. There will also be a discussion about infectious diseases and the financial perspective of hospitals. The discussion about post-war rehabilitation may be interesting. What exactly will happen on the last day of the Economic Forum in discussions about health and its protection?
8.30 – closed discussion Healthcare solutions that can improve patient care Sanitary Committee of the Franco-Polish Chamber of Commerce with the participation of companies – members of the commission, incl. Airliquid, Ibsen Poland, Sanofi. Report from the event – coming soon on CoZdrowiu.pl
10.00 Panel Discussion Infectious diseases 2022. What have we achieved, what awaits us?
In recent months, we have done a lot to fight infectious diseases in Poland, but the list of challenges remains long. What is behind us and what else we have to face in order to efficiently deal with the daily challenges related to infectious diseases, as well as to prepare the Polish health care system for the possibility of further epidemics after COVID-19. By representatives of the Ministry of Health, industry experts and representatives.
The discussion will be attended, among others, by Robert Fliciak, President of the Polish Society of Epidemiologists and Infectious Diseases Doctors, Ursula Jawska – Chairman of the Board, Ursula Jawska Foundation, Marcin Czek, President of the Polish Society of Pharmaceutical Economics, Maciej Mikowski, Under Secretary of Health
10:40 Press conference by Minister of Health Adam Nidzelsky and President of the National Health Fund Philip Novak on raising the value of hospital care.
Venue: The Economic Forum Press Center at the Gołębiewski Hotel, Karpacz. more information
12.35 Discussion Hospitals in the new reality
In the long term, hospital funding in the new reality does not look very optimistic. Despite the principle of paying hospitals a lump sum each month and an additional 6 months to make up for deficiencies in the contract adopted by the National Health Fund, many of them may get into trouble. How will the health service shutdown of a few weeks due to COVID-19 affect the financial position of hospitals and specialist clinics?
The debate was led by Andrzej Mateja, Vice President of the Medical Chamber of Krakow, with the participation, among others, of Józefy Szczurek-Żelazko, Member of Parliament, Peter Bizovski, Deputy Marshal of the Prešov Region (Slovakia) and Andrzej Sośnierz, Member of Parliament of the Republic of Poland
16.05 Discussion Post-war rehabilitation challenges
How to Remain an Unbreakable Security Forum: The all-out Russian invasion of Ukraine presented many challenges. Including – preparation for the rehabilitation of the military and civilian population after the war. Tens of thousands of injured people require prompt and professional medical care as well as physical, social and psychological rehabilitation after surgery. For some, this process will last a lifetime. The medical system in Ukraine needs significant investments in resources that will help deal with this problem. At the same time, the experience gained by Ukrainians is invaluable to the world. New challenges provide an opportunity for new international projects and initiatives to be discussed by the participants in this debate.
The discussion will be moderated by Maciej Krausek, Vice President of the Polish Society of Physiotherapy. Participants will include Oleg Beliansky, Executive Director of the First Lviv Medical Association, Ole Pryzyuk, Health Care Adviser, Lviv City Council and Maciej Belyky, Head of the Department of Child and Youth Psychiatry and Psychotherapy at Jagiellonian University Medical School
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