Igor Mazepa on what the new government can do to attract foreign investors to Ukraine’s medical sphere16.12.2019
Igor Mazepa, CEO of Concorde Capital, commented on what the new government can do to attract investors to the medical sphere
Igor Mazepa, the CEO and founder of Concorde Capital, identified what was lacking in the last attempt at medical reform and what needs to be done now during his Oct. 31 appearance on the “Right to Power” TV program.
As an investor in the Dobrobut network of medical clinics, I can name two key things that were not completed in medical reform,” Igor Mazepa said, pointing to state copayments to compensate a portion of medical services. Health insurance also needs to be made mandatory for everyone at the state level, Igor Mazepa said.
Ukraine also needs to continue the fight against corruption, Igor Mazepa said, not only in the medical sector but on the whole. “I hope that the medical reform that the new team in government is planning won’t remain only on paper, or in SmartPhones, but will be implemented,” Mazepa said.
To attract more investment in Ukrainian medicine, the nation needs to “develop private medicine, fulfill medical reform to the fullest and be open to foreign investors,” Mazepa said.
Igor Mazepa, the CEO and founder of Concorde Capital, Ukrainian businessman and investment banker, financial experts, commented on the “Right to Power” TV program on what was lacking in the previous version of medical reform and what the new government can do to attract investors to the medical sphere.