Olena Khytrova

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For over 7 years Olena Khytrova has been handling cases on starting and expanding medical business, as well as protecting the rights of doctors, clinics, patients and pharmaceutical companies. Since 2015 she has been a legal consultant on the healthcare reform as part of a working group attached to Ukraine's Ministry of Healthcare and Kharkiv Expert Group on Healthcare Reform. In 2017 Olena’s team completed the first project in Ukraine on reforming the organization and funding of primary medical care in Chuguyev District.

Olena is a coauthor and critic of the key normative acts on healthcare reform and methodological recommendations on clinic autonomization. She participated in the development of new clinical protocols and neonatology legislation, including the organization of catamnesis for high risk groups of children. This project was jointly implemented with the Ukrainian-German Medical Association and Association of Neonatologists of Ukraine.

As expert on international programs for healthcare transformation for USAID, U-LEAD and Renaissance, Olena every year conducts trainings all over Ukraine for communities and clinic administrators. She provides consultations on clinic autonomization and funding, new healthcare organization in regions, as well as optimization and motivation of medical personnel.

Olena is among TOP 5  leading Ukrainian lawyers in medicine according to Ukrainian Law Firms 2018.

Projects

Publications

Sept. 5, 2019
Tetyana Gavrysh
Tetyana Gavrysh
Olena Khytrova
Olena Khytrova
Partners ILF in 100 top Ukrainian lawyers

Every year our lawyers make it into the ranking Client's Choice: 100 Best Lawyers of Ukraine. The Yurydychna Gazeta (Legal Gazette) asks its readers - corporate lawyers - who they consider to be the best in particular fields of law.

Aug. 22, 2019
Olena Khytrova
Olena Khytrova
Secondary healthcare autonomization: how not to lose all your money in 2020

The elections, new President, Parliament and government, possible changes in the Health Ministry’s leadership – all these political perturbations make a lot of secondary healthcare administrators ask themselves whether autonomization is worth it.

July 17, 2019
Tetyana Gavrysh
Tetyana Gavrysh
Olena Khytrova
Olena Khytrova
Ukrainian healthcare is turning into a competitive market

Changes in healthcare are probably the most successful of the announced reforms in Ukraine yet. Its authors from the very beginning had clear goals and a strategy for achieving them as well as professional advocacy of the reform by lawyers among doctors as well society as a whole.