Economic relations in wartime should not be primarily aimed at personal gain – but rather at restoring the country’s production potential, continuing key activities and providing quality services. This is especially true in healthcare, which has been one of the first sectors to face severe challenges during the war. According to Health Minister Viktor Lyashko, the Russians completely destroyed 101 medical facilities and 375 pharmacies, and another 616 medical facilities were damaged. In mid-March, the WHO called on Russia to stop destroying Ukraine’s medical system, but to no avail.
Medical facilities continue operating and try to fully deliver on pre-war agreements. Our team has been working on IT infrastructure of health care institutions and is the developer of the Medical Information System (MIS) Healthtech, and has been the platform’s service provider after its deployment. Since March, we have resumed work while deferring payments, given the difficult economic situation in the country.
We defend Ukraine together with the Ministry of Health, the Department of Health of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine that operates a separate centralized closed system for all medical institutions, as well as with the NAMSU Institute of Traumatology and Orthopedics, NAMSU Filatov Institute (Odesa), National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, National Cancer Institute, etc.
We understand that strength lies in unity – not only with family and friends, but also with business partnerts.