The development of e-health in the health system of the Republic of Moldova – a tool for sustainability in the context of European practices
Keywords:public health, medical services, digital medicine, modern medical technologies, managerial tools
The digital transformation of the national economy, including public health, is one of the main research directions not only for technical specialists but also for sociologists, economists, political scientists, and researchers from other fields. It becomes clear that these processes have a significant impact on the quality of life of the population and its components. The prospects of R. Moldova's integration into the EU lead to the emergence of new requirements that must be implemented for all public products and services provided by the state, especially those dealing with public health. The article analyzes the impact of the digital economy as a promising direction for health services. The study aims to identify aspects that address certain issues regarding the impact of global and local developments in health computerization and the development of solutions to improve the effectiveness of the provision of health services, through the mass computerization of medical services. The following research methods were used to achieve the aim and objectives: documentation, selection and bibliographic synthesis of statistical information from national and international medicine. Graphical, tabular and comparative analysis methods were used for visual and representative interpretation. Methods of grouping, synthesis, induction, and deduction of statistical data were also used. Ensuring the standardization of work tools, necessary to allow the cross-border circulation of electronic information on public health, is conceived in various European documents, which provide for their implementation in medical services in the countries that have joined the EU, including candidate countries such as the Republic of Moldova.
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