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  • Legal Support Skills Formation of Healthcare Providers

    Legal Support Skills Formation of Healthcare Providers’ Treatment and Diagnostic Practice

    Formation of human rights and jural tendencies in the society within “healthcare worker-patient” relations during the treatment and diagnostic process initiates an urgent necessity in explaining to doctors and nurse practitioners jurisprudence fundamental principles on medical law and the need to employ written documents, which regulate relations between a patient and healthcare providers in the process of diagnostics and treatment.

    § Holding seminars and medical public trainings in regions is provided during the project implementation term;

    § Creation, publication, and distribution of methodical recommendations on the medical treatment regulating with algorithms of formation and registration of legal documents, which reflect relations conditions between a doctor and a patient, a doctor and a nurse, and a doctor and a medical institution.

    § Writing methodology with reflection the most relevant issues of the healthcare providers and patients interests conflict, argumentation and motivation of the necessity of the medical practice legal support is provided during the project implementation term;

    § Results, expected from the project implementation, are forming ultimate fundamental principles in the legal support of the state and private doctors medical practice;

    § Which donor organizations this project has already been submitted to and who has already provided the financial support to itthe project has been started within the work of the scientific and medical centerIstynaincluding publication in the scientific and medical sources and holding discussion clubs inside the Center;

    § Finances and their sources needed for the project implementationfrom the budget of the scientific centerIstyna” - $ 5 000;

    § Another organizations, which will be involved into the project implementationKyiv scientific centerIstyna”.


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  • Innovation management
    Definition and concept
    The term innovation derives from the Latin word innovatus, which is the noun form of innovare "to renew or change," stemming from in—"into" + novus—"new". Although the term is broadly used, innovation generally refers to the creation of better or more effective products, processes, technologies or ideas. Innovation differs from invention or renovation in that innovation generally signifies a substantial positive change compared to incremental changes.
    ‘Innovation … is generally understood as the introduction of a new thing or method ... Innovation is the embodiment, combination or synthesis of knowledge in original, relevant, valued new products, processes or services.’
    Luecke and Katz, 2003
    Creativity is often seen as the basis for innovation. For innovation to occur, there needs to be a creative idea and the ability to convert that idea into action to make a difference. The result is a specific and tangible change in the products, services or business processes provided by an organisation:
    ‘All innovation begins with creative ideas . . . we define innovation as the successful implementation of creative ideas within an organisation. In this view, creativity by individuals and teams is a starting point for innovation; the first is a necessary but not sufficient condition for the second.’
    Amabile et al, 1996
    Innovation is essential for business survival in highly competitive markets where it is increasingly difficult to differentiate products and services. Innovation is important for the following reasons:
    ·                    it allows businesses to expand their customer base by refreshing the market with new and improved products
    ·                    it is a key component of competitive advantage and helps companies stay ahead of competitors before rivals’ innovations take market share
    ·                    it supports the ability to charge a premium
    ·                    it provides incremental revenue and profit and also increases shareholder value.
    Businesses that are not growing through new product and service introduction are likely to decline as their existing sales portfolio inevitably matures.
    ‘Nothing is more central to sustain growth than innovation that leads an industry and not only product innovations, but innovative design, innovative marketing, innovative in-store shopping experiences, innovation across the entire business. The companies and brands that lead innovation are the catalysts for growth.’
    A.G. Lafely, Chairman, President, Procter and Gamble, 2004
    Innovation is relevant in any organisation and can be applied in a number of different ways.
    Product/service innovation – introducing new goods or services that are new or substantially improved. This could include improvements in functional use, convenience or technical capabilities.
    Process innovation – implementing new or significantly improved production or delivery methods.
    Business model innovation – changing the way business is done, for example, EasyJet, Dell computers and global outsourcing.
    Organisational innovation – creating or changing business structures, practices and models.
    Marketing innovation – developing alternative marketing techniques to deliver improvements in price, position, packaging, product design or promotion.
    Supply chain innovation – improving the way that materials are sourced from suppliers or improving methods of product delivery to customers.
    Financial innovation – bringing together basic financial concepts. This might include credit, risk-sharing, ownership or liquidity to produce new financial services, products or ways of managing business operations. For example, financial innovation adapts to new circumstances and develops new value chains as the compliance and legislative environment evolves.
    The common link between each of these is an improvement in efficiency, productivity, quality and/or competitive positioning for the organisation.
    While innovation typically adds value to an organisation, it is not without risk. Key innovation risks include:
    Operational risks include failure to meet specification, costs or launch date. Damage to company reputation and brand is another potential operational risk.
    Consumer resistance and competition are examples of commercial risk.
    Investment yield may be less than planned. There is also a risk that debt/equity investors become dissatisfied.

  • A project of meteolab

    Project of Meteolaboratory

    Now we are working under a new project and are looking for a partner for creation of a meteolaboratory (stationary and an individual biological watch) for control and appropriate protection of the human organism against critical states (stroke, epileptic seizure, infarction) with feedback effect.


    Сardiovascular, cerebrovascular diseases got the first places among causes of mortality and invalidisation of World population. The high level of cardiovascular diseases stipulates for the necessity in performing of protecting prophylactic control in case of early signs of vascular injuries and disbalance.

    59% people are meteodependent among almost healthy people.

    Critical states in almost healthy people are connected with inadequate reaction of the organism to changes of meteofactors. The timely and appropriate prevention of critical states enables a patient to make some preventing measures for avoidance of critical states in the organism (stroke, infarction, epileptic seizure). And thus, it returns a human into the background convenient state and makes possible to avoid serious disturbances in the organism, which quite often cause death and deep invalidisation of patients.

    Essence of the project:

    The project of the meteolaboratory is for investigation of peculiarities of an influence of meteofactros’ changes on health and hemodynamic changes in the human organism. We have revealed number of regularities of physiological and pathological changes in hydro- and hemodynamic parameters in the human organism under influence of meteofactors’ changes, namely atmosphere pressure, air moisture, air temperature, magnetic field.

    1. Development of a stationary meteostation with an effect of the feedback, which is adapted to certain parameters of a personality.

    2. Development of an individual biological watch with software for processing of initial meteo- and medical information, analyzing the situation every minute and warning a patient about possible troubles in functioning of hydro-hemodynamic system in his organism.

    Application of results obtained from the project:

    Меdical institutions from an ambulatory of a family doctor up to resuscitation departments for stationary monitoring of troubles in the living system and dynamic control of the treatment efficiency.

    Іndividual biological watch urgent necessity for people at the age over 40 for prevention of insults and other critical states that can cause serious disturbances and invalidisation of the organism.

    Benefits of prophylactic measures always exceed expenditures for treatment of irreversible injuries in vitally important organs.