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Human Resource Management in practice Ass. Prof. Danguole Jankauskiene Mykolas Romeris University Lithuania
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Structure of the presentation Global challenges for human resources management Public health challenges Market changes Changing roles Health reform HR Management problems National level Local level Benchmarking example – NGO’s “Project HOPE” experience in CEEC
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Social exclusion Marginalized groups Aging of the population Percent of population over 65 years will continue to rise
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Aging population will create additional health costs. Almost 30 % of population will be > 65 years by 2025. How to manage those related costs? Broad Age Groups, Trends and Projections -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 Pop<15 Pop 15-64 Pop>60
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Health Challenges Increase in noncommunicable diseases, injuries, and violence In particular cardiovascular diseases, depression - are major cause of death and Disability Adjusted Life Years (DALYs) Unfinished agenda of communicable diseases
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Health challenges 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 Czech Republic Estonia Hungary Latvia Lithuania Poland Slovakia Slovenia EU-15 average SDR per 100,000 All Causes Circulatory System Cerebro-vascular
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CEEC population health status remains poor
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Changing role of the State Fast pace of privatization Creation of market incentives Less involvement of State in delivery of services
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Number of PHC institutions during 1998-2007 in Lithuania 160 8 152 177 13 164 214 16 198 283 85 198 306 108 198 322 124 198 370 172 198 383 197 198 398 211 187 404 203 201 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Total Private State
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Health expenditure in CEEC (2007)
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Responsibilities of governments Financing and allocation of resources so as to maximize the health impact Attention to ethical issues involved in the new biotechnologies and genetics Application of new knowledge and technologies based on scientific evidence and cost effectiveness considerations: demonstrable contribution to health gains
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Responsibilities of governments Correct inequity in access to health and health care Access for the poor and vulnerable Health is a basic need and a primary good that enables people to be productive and contribute to society
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Decentralization Trends to have responsibilities for implementation at local level Central functions to emphasize more coordination between central policy direction, monitoring - as well as shared responsibility for implementation at the local level
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Citizens’ empowerment Patients‘ rights Empowerment in patient choice and participation in decision making This is a continuing theme in health care reform
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New public management and modern public health OIP (organization, innovation, personnel) model Recognition, that demand for services may be controlled by health promotion measures that improve environment, lifestyles Emphasis on intersectoral action for health (private sector, civil society, media)
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Shift to Primary Health care Recognizes the importance of integration of a
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