COMPARATIVE LEGAL ANALYSIS OF HEALTH SYSTEMS IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION AND SWITZERLAND

  • Yuliya S. Gusakova Belgorod State University
  • Krotov Andrey Vladislavovich Nizhny Novgorod Institute of management and business
  • Alevtina V. Kuzmina Belgorod State University
  • Natalia A. Ragozina St. Petersburg state University of Economics
  • Yuri Y. Shvets Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation
Palavras-chave: state control, healthcare, insurance, medical care, code, supervision, regulatory act.

Resumo

This article is devoted to a comparative legal analysis of healthcare systems in Russia and in Switzerland. The fundamental differences are identified. The legal nature of the healthcare system, the implementation of state control in the field of healthcare in the Russian Federation and in Switzerland, as well as promising directions for overcoming them are revealed.

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2020-05-30
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S. GUSAKOVA, Y.; ANDREY VLADISLAVOVICH , K.; V. KUZMINA, A.; A. RAGOZINA, N.; Y. SHVETS, Y. COMPARATIVE LEGAL ANALYSIS OF HEALTH SYSTEMS IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION AND SWITZERLAND. Gênero & Direito, v. 9, n. 04, 30 maio 2020.
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