Tetyana Gavrysh

managing partner

Expert on investment consulting, risk management in business reorganization, expansion and branching out to new markets. She handles creation of business clusters and public-private partnership projects.

For over 15 years she has been working on institutional changes, with extensive experience of cooperation with governmental agencies.

In 2015-2017, together with her colleagues, she was designing the legislative basis for the transformation of primary healthcare, as well as lobbying the medical reform, which included working with the European Commission.

She is head of the Kharkiv Expert Group for Healthcare Reform. She works on palliative care for children and de-institutionalization of the orphanage system.

In 2010 she was heading a project on developing a reform roadmap for the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine. She was also managing the project on the consumer cooperation reform, creating a unified countrywide retail network Ukoopspilka on the basis of 2000 organizations and companies.

She comes recommended by Who's Who Legal:CIS and is among TOP 100 leading Ukrainian lawyers in the field of investment consulting (Client's Choice 2015-1016 ranking of the Yuridicheskaya Gazeta (Legal Gazette). In 2017 she was awarded the state title Merited Lawyer of Ukraine. She initiated the creation of the Bar Association of Ukraine (2002) and had been head of its Kharkiv branch in 2007-2009. She was chosen by Ukrainian Law Firms as leading legal consultant on medicine and pharmacy in 2017.

Since 2012 she is the Honorary Consul of Germany in Kharkiv.

Publications

May 14, 2018
Tetyana Gavrysh
Tetyana Gavrysh
Olena Khytrova
Olena Khytrova
Why large business should consider investing in medicine

One of the main stakeholders in healthcare reform in Ukraine could be large businesses (producers of agricultural products, processing and food companies, industrial enterprises, etc.).

Feb. 28, 2018
Tetyana Gavrysh
Tetyana Gavrysh
Geographic dimension: law firms of tomorrow

Thomson Reuters reports a global trend – clients are cutting their budgets on legal consultants, which affects the income and employment of lawyers. Clients do not wish to pay for expensive, low skill and routine work, instead they want flexible and high quality service for a lower price.

Jan. 18, 2018
Tetyana Gavrysh
Tetyana Gavrysh
Ukrainian healthcare - will investors get their chance ?

Low quality of medical services, especially in primary healthcare, obsolete equipment, unmotivated personnel, rampant corruption, inefficient use of budget funds – the list of challenges the reform is facing goes on. Semashko system is obviously unable to revive healthcare in market economy.