“Pre-election” debate on healthcare Well Governed Health
Warsaw, 12th September 2019
“Pre-election” debate on healthcare
Well Governed Health
The Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers invites you to the “pre-election” debate on the Polish healthcare system Well Governed Health which is part of the Well Governed Poland project.
The meeting will take place on 17th September 2019 at 10:00 am at the Freedom Lounge located in Nowy Świat 6/12.
For a very long time, healthcare has not been so strongly highlighted in any election campaign. All political sides have made it clear that the subject of healthcare constitutes the biggest challenge of this campaign. Apart from specific programme proposals, it is worth raising in the public debate the issues of law making in this sector – the time and manner of public consultations, access to information, cooperation between the ministry of health and the cirlces of experts and patients, but also other ministries. Health should be treated in an interdisciplinary manner and should also be managed this way.
Representatives of all political parties, candidates to both houses of the Polish parliament – the Sejm and the Senate of the Republic of Poland – who deal with the subject of healthcare were invited to participate in the debate:
- Professor Tomasz Grodzki – Civic Coalition (Koalicja Obywatelska)
- Professor Piotr Radziszewski – Law and Justice (Prawo i Sprawiedliwość)
- Marek KosD. – Polish Coalition (Polskie Stronnictwo Ludowe Koalicja Polska)
- Kaja Filaczyńska – Left Together (Lewica Razem)
The debate will be preceded by a keynote speech by political scientist Jowanka Jakubek-Lalik Ph.D. who will introduce the concepts of good governance and inter-ministerial cooperation, as well as the significance of extensive and thorough consultations concerning governmental projects.
The debate will be moderated by Marek Kustosz, healthcare communications expert, President of the Conscious Man Institute (Instytut Człowieka Świadomego).
Come and join us!
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