Programme

The Efficient Development of Long-term Care and Palliative Care: the Responsibility of Government or Society?

25 May, 16:30–17:45
Harnessing Russia’s Growth Potential
Roundtable
Pavilion G, Conference Hall G2

Enhancing quality of life and ensuring active longevity is one of the key challenges for the state and society. This topic was included in the new May Decrees of the President of Russia. In this regard, facilitating conditions for inclusion of the elderly, provision of quality care and ensuring a dignified life for terminally ill people are of paramount importance. A lot has already been done: six regions have started a pilot implementation of a long-term care system for elderly and disabled people; a priority project for development of palliative care has been designed; Moscow launched a large-scale programme to support active longevity and palliative care. This could only be accomplished by joining the efforts of the state, businesses and society as well as new financial mechanisms and a transition from financing services to financing positive effects. What should an effective long-term care system be like? What should be done to implement a priority palliative care project? What is the right way for proper integration of the efforts of the state, businesses and society to find a solution for the most important social problems? What novel financing instruments can be employed?

Moderators
Vladimir Pozner, Anchor, Journalist
Guzel Ulumbekova, President of the Board, Association of Medical Societies for Quality of Medical Care and Medical Education; Head, Higher School of Healthcare Organization and Management

Panellists
Mikhail Alashkevich, Vice-President, Head of the Project Office of Agency Function, Bank for Development and Foreign Economic Affairs (Vnesheconombank)
Aleksey Vovchenko, First Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
Elizaveta Oleskina, Director, Charitable Foundation ‘Old Age for Joy’
Robert Twycross, Founder member, European Association for Palliative Care
Nyuta Federmesser, Head, Moscow Multidisciplinary Center for Palliative Care of the Moscow City Health Department
Xenia Frank, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Elena and Gennady Timchenko Charitable Foundation
Tatyana Yakovleva, Deputy Minister of Healthcare of the Russian Federation

Front row participants
Gleb Biserov, Founder, Chief Executive Officer, Adorno Companies
Dmitry Butrin, Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Kommersant Publishing House
Yury Krestinskiy, Director, Health Economics and Management Centre, Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO

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