Operation of Healthcare Institutions under conditions of martial law
The most significant value of society is the life and health of the people. Therefore, the main goal of the healthcare system is to ensure the continuity of medical services for the population. Organizing the healthcare sector within the community during the war presents an unprecedented challenge for government authorities and local self-governance.
The article aims to define the peculiarities of organizing healthcare institutions under martial law in the country, highlighting key factors that influence the field of medicine and directions for optimizing the activities of medical establishments. The research employed various philosophical methods for analysis and information study, including dialectical, metaphysical, synergistic, and intuitive methods. Besides, the authors used systemic analysis, synthesis, and abstraction. At the same time, such particular scientific methods as formal-logical (dogmatic), comparative, sociological, hermeneutical, instrumental, axiological, and a synthesis of institutional and axiological approaches were used. The research results identified crucial theoretical aspects regarding the operation of healthcare institutions during the war. The article also examines scholars' viewpoints on the key problems of medical institutions during hostilities.
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