170 centers for primary health care are established and the number of outpatient departments is increased in the pilot areas for the implementation of healthcare reform, first deputy head of the Administration of the President of Ukraine Iryna Akimova told a briefing, ForUm correspondent reports.

"The aim was to expand the network - to build legally independent centers of health care. The development of this network is the base for both the pilot and non-pilot regions. Organizational establishment of centers of primary health care in the pilot regions is almost over. To date, there are about 170 of them," she said.
The official also pointed out that in the process of forming independent legal entities there has been a significant increase in number of outpatient departments. "First of all, due to their appearance in village. An increase is significant - by 57%," Akimova informed.

As for the non-pilot regions, according to her, there are leaders and outsiders in the implementation of the relevant tasks.

"Non-pilot regions, in contrast to the pilot ones, have not received additional financial injections. As part of development of the network in villages, the leaders are Poltava, Luhansk, Mykolayiv, Odesa, Kyiv regions and Crimea," official noted.

Among the outsiders Akimova named Ivano-Frankivsk, Lviv regions, partially Kharkiv and Chernihiv regions and emphasized that much depends on the local leadership.



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