FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION IN THE SPHERE OF PUBLIC HEALTH CARE: MEANS OF INFORMATION PROVISION FOR CRIMES INVESTIGATION
The paper considers the questions of applying scientific and technical means of information provision for corruption crimes investigation, researches on corruption directions of activity and corresponding risks of corruption manifestation in the sphere of public health of Ukraine, as well as the possibility to use these data for filling of a database of the automated information system «Сorruption сounteraction» are considered. The offered system is a means of information provision for the formation of proofs in the investigation of a corruption oriented crimes and will give the chance to the subjects authorized on carrying out pre-trial inquiry, to get uninterrupted access to the systematized information, to take potentially useful data, to receive offers of optimal decisions, sequences of actions and result in the convenient form for the decision of tactical problems. On the basis of studying of activity directions in public health care sphere of Ukraine there are presented the proposals concerning the list of corruption risks, the main from them are: imperfect mechanism of the organization and carrying out of the state purchases ofmedical preparations and equipment; impossibility of the automated control over procedure ofpurchases; avoidance of officials responsibility for decision-making; possibility of the companiesintermediaries to take part in purchases; imperfect systems of declaring on cost of medicines; absence of control over factual receipt of the goods and services, their quality, quantity, suitability terms; inconsistence of the treaty provisions to the offer of the auction winner; laying down discrimination conditions for the participation in the public sale; refusal of the customer to conclude the contract with auction winners; possibility ofpurchase conditions infringement; absence of a single register ofpatients which need treatment; absence of open competition choice of the heads ofpublic health care institutions.
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