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Student
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Arina Voitova
The Conditions for the Transfer of Part of State Functions to Self-Regulating Organizations in the Field of Public Health Care
2016
Key words: self-regulation, self-regulation organization, self-regulation by occupational type, self-regulation by business type, mechanisms of self-regulation, public administration, quality of medical services, the devolution of state functions, functions of self-regulation organization , foreign experience.

This master thesis is devoted to the current issue of transferring part of state functions to self-regulating organizations in the field of public healthcare. The work investigated the main problems of self-regulation, and obstacles to the development of these mechanisms in the field of public healthcare. Special attention is paid to the analysis of foreign experience of functioning of the mechanism of self-regulation. Part of the work is devoted to the principles, criteria, conditions and mechanisms of their transmission.

The thesis also focuses on the consideration of the prospects of the transfer of state functions in the health sector to self-regulatory organizations, taking into account of international experience. The practical significance of the work lies in the development of propositions for improving the legislation governing the implementation of state functions in the sphere of healthcare in the direction of transfer of self-regulatory organizations.

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