Our shared vision is longer and healthier lives for our society. Better patient outcomes are the ultimate goal of all involved parties.
Predictable and smart policy improvements, inclusiveness of all involved stakeholders and evidence-based decision making are the pillars for sustainable reforms in healthcare benefiting each member of the society, and ensuring an attractive business environment. 
Innovation in health technology – medicines, medical devices, diagnostic technologies, and increasingly, digital health – is transforming the way how healthcare systems are organized.
Healthier population and workforce drive the economic development of the country.

In 2020 AmCham concluded an extensive study in close cooperation with the Ministry of Health, National Health Service and other stakeholders aiming at improving the Oncology Data Registry. On October 15, 2020 the results of the study were presented to the leaders of sector, including the Minister of Health, chairs of major clinics and leading doctors. Among the proposals are improving the existing system so that data from clinics are automatically transferred to national register PREDA, streamlining processes, improving content and ensuring data synchronization across different systems. The ultimate goal is to create new oncology data entry process with an entirely new tool which would ensure the input and use of meaningful, qualitative data that will improve patient outcomes, advance research and health policy planning. To view full list of recommendations (Latvian)
The AmCham Healthcare work group has developed a Vision statement on Latvian healthcare that was presented to the Minister of Health in October, 2019. The AmCham Healthcare work group has also come up with several proposals including specific pilot projects that could help address some of the identified issues aiming to create more efficient, fair, inclusive and sustainable healthcare system contributing to the development of the Latvian economy and society. 

Read full copies in English:
Vision statement on Latvian healthcare
Pilot Project on Oncology Data Registry
Pilot Project on Risk-Sharing Solutions

Read full copies in Latvian:

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Peteris Kokovkins, Director of Baltic Technology Group