HEALTH CARE ROLE IN ENSURING RIGHT TO HEALTH: HISTORICAL PARADIGM AND CURRENT STATE OF AFFAIRS
Modern anthropological paradigm views health as the superior human value and the right for health is declared as a crucial concept within international and regional law. Contemporary challenges to human health affect countries across the continents. However, the right for health is still to be fully implemented into the international and national administrative policies and health care services. The research hypothesis states that the right for health turns from declaration into proactive practice only if the State views this right provision as one of its top priorities regarding its mission, governance and administration. The research goal is to explore the implementation of the right to health within different national contexts in a diachronic perspective. The research rests on the qualitative methodology, uses the comparative and historical approaches to the data, follows inductive analysis pathway by collecting concrete examples for further generalizations and recommendations. The research materials include data from academic research, national legislations regarding the topic under the study. The research findings reveal how the concept of the human right for health was being shaped and mapped within larger human rights dimensions across history. The paper l concludes with recommendations on balancing the international and national policies regarding the issues of human right for health provision.