Ensuring public oversight: Civil society can act as a watchdog and controller in the medical field, monitor the quality of medical services, expose corruption and negligence, and contribute to improving the quality of medical care.
Protection of patients’ rights: Public organizations can be active participants in the protection of patients’ rights, promote adherence to ethical standards, and fight for the availability and quality of medical care.
Information support: Public organizations can act as disseminators of information about health and medical issues, providing educational materials and consultations for citizens.
Active participation in the development of policies: Public organizations can participate in the development of health policies and strategies, contribute their suggestions, research and expert opinions to ensure the effectiveness and propriety of the health system.
Promoting the implementation of innovations: Public organizations can promote the implementation of innovative practices and technologies in the medical field, promote the development of electronic health and other modern solutions.
Involvement of the public in decision-making: Civil organizations can act as mediators between the public and medical organizations, involve the public in the decision-making process and the formation of policies in the field of health care.
Financial support: Public organizations can attract financial resources for the development of the medical field, organize fundraisers, grant programs and sponsorships.
Implementation of social projects: Public organizations can implement social projects in the medical field, aimed at improving the health of the population, popularizing a healthy lifestyle, preventing diseases, etc.
Interaction with medical institutions: Public organizations can establish partnership relations with medical institutions, promote the exchange of experience, the development of joint projects and initiatives.
Monitoring and evaluation of effectiveness: Public organizations can monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of the health system, collect statistical data, conduct research and analysis to identify problems and propose ways to solve them.