Join special guest Zoryana Skaletska, PhD, former Ukraine Minister of Health (2019-20) and attorney specializing in international medical and pharmaceutical law – live from the Ukraine war zone.
We will be discussing the everyday situation in Ukraine and how it’s affecting the healthcare system. We’ll also look at how different telehealth models such as on-the-field triage, specialist consults, and emergency care overflow can be used to fill Ukraine's growing care gaps and strained resources.
Zoryana Skaletska, PhD is a well-known Ukrainian lawyer with 20 years of experience working in the field of medical and pharmaceutical law. She was Minister of Health of Ukraine from 2019 to 2020 and has advised international organizations as well as co-authored bills and expert opinions in the field of health care regulation. In particular, she was the main counsel advising the Reanimation package of reforms from 2014-2017. Currently she is a partner of Ario Law Firm where she is Head of Medical Law Practice. She is also an associate professor at the Law School of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy and has been a member of the World Medical Law Association since 2011.