THE NEED FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF PRIMARY NATIONAL HEALTH NETWORK (P.E.D.Y.) AND THEIR EFFECT ON THE OPERATION OF THE PRIMARY HEALTH CARE
Balaska Dimitra, Bitsiori Zoi
Tuesday, January 1, 2019
- Balaska Dimitra, MBA--Business Admistrator, First Health Region Athens, Greece
- Bitsiori Zoi, RN, / in ELPIS Hospital, Athens, Greece
- National Agency for Health Care Facilities
- National Health System (NHS)
- First National Health Network
- Primary Health Care
Introduction: The problems of public administration over time and according to old and modern analyzes the main of
them is the close embrace of the state, the customer status, the bureaucracy, inefficiency and serious financial problems.
Aim: of this study was to investigate the necessity of establishing P.E.D.Y. and to show the impact on the functioning
of the Primary Health Care. Methodology: The present study has been carried out through recording of the
legislative and institutional efforts that have been made in recent years with the establishment of E.O.P.Y.Y. and the
P.E.D.Y. and the presentation of expectations, objectives and consequences of these efforts.
Results: The problems posed by public administration raised the issue of the reorganization of the public administration
in general and of the health service sector in particular. With the adoption of law 4328/2014, the P.E.D.Y. (Primary
National Health Network) was established, which was a decisive incision in NHS. (National Health System) and WHO
(Primary Health Care). Conclusion: In conclusion, the adoption of law 4328/2014 unfortunately did not make it possible
to solve basic problems while moreover the family budget and worsened the economic problems of patients incurred,
which until recently were receiving free health services.