Az egészségügyi rendszer átalakításával kapcsolatos állami feladatok a negyedik ipari forradalom idején




fourth industrial revolution, government, digitalization, health care


The fourth industrial revolution has transformed the borderlines between traditional business sectors and relations to market entities. Recent technological innovations in the health care markets will result in the transformation of prevention, diagnosis and therapy. But this sector’s influence reaches beyond simply curing patients and into other sectors, including professional training, research and development. This requires the efficient utilization of resources, coordination of actions by corporate and government sectors. The goal of this research, therefore, is to analyse effects of the fourth industrial revolution on the health care sector and to define the effect of digitalization and ageing on the governmental sector. This paper identifies new methods for governmental coordination of healthcare functions. After the literature review, changes of government’s responsibilities in the health care sector are analysed and validated by interviews. Ultimately, this paper reveals that a successful transformation requires not only financial incentives, but also the reform of regulation and active governmental coordination.


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Péter Halmosi, University of Szeged

Associate Professor


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How to Cite

Halmosi, P. (2022). Az egészségügyi rendszer átalakításával kapcsolatos állami feladatok a negyedik ipari forradalom idején. Vezetéstudomány / Budapest Management Review, 53(4), 55–69.