BETTER MEDICAL CARE WITH LESS MONEY
Hungary's national health system needed to distribute better the public budget in order to reduce costs but maintain and exceed the quality of medical care for its citizens.
We identified patterns of behavior in the hospital network according to the records of the National Health Agency and we detected growing needs. On one hand, we revealed the diseases that were increasingly common; on the other hand, we made a projection of the treatments that would be increasingly needed.
This study allowed us to optimize the public budget in such a way that they focused on diseases and treatments that are increasingly common among citizens.
- We projected diseases and their impact on the population in the future.
- We calculated the investment required according to the prognosis of diseases versus the current hospital capacity.
- We made specific recommendations on the needs of medical equipment, facilities and technical equipment.