How do Lithuanian healthcare institutions aim to prevent corruption?
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Theory of Change
Policy & Insititutional ChangePolicy Adoption & Amendment Better Institutional Processes
- 13 (out of 17) healthcare institutions accountable to the Ministry of Health have anti-corruption programmes. These programmes, however, do not indicate what they have identified as the main problem which they are trying to eradicate, and how they aim to achieve their objectives.
- Only one quarter of anti-corruption measures (96 out of 415) are found to be authentic and specifically adapted to a specific healthcare institution.
- Healthcare institutions should prioritise one to two anti-corruption goals and indicate how they are going to achieve them.
- Healthcare institutions should periodically publish information on how services are being evaluated by patients and how they are addressing the indicated issues.