Annotation. Relevance. One of the economic problems in health care in the shortage of funds is to find mechanisms of payment, the most adequate and reliable-specific medical care. This is especially true of the cost of such a species as a high-tech medical care. One of the most appropriate ways to pay for medical care provided in inpatient and day hospital is to pay as part of the clinical and statistical groups of diseases. When forming groups, in addition to such major criteria as the ICD-10 code or having surgery, apply additional criteria, taking into account the peculiarities of medical care to patients of different age and gender categories. Material presented in the article findings justify the need for such a differentiated approach to the formation of groups of high-tech expensive medical care
Subject of research: the group of high-tech medical care, approved by RF Government Decree of 28.11.2014 №1273 in the framework of the provision of state guarantees of free medical care to citizens for 2015 and the planning period of 2016 and 2017.
Objective: research to justify the use of a differentiated approach to the establishment of standards for the financial costs of groups of high-tech medical care, taking into account age and gender considerations. Methods of work: statistical, analytical.
Results: for the first time carried out an in-depth analysis of the cost structure of the federal health care organizations in the provision of high-tech medical care, identified factors affecting the size of the cost of medical organizations in the profile «Traumatology and orthopedics», to justify proposals to optimize the standards of financial costs on the profile «traumatology and orthopedics.»
Conclusions: the patient population, which is a high-tech medical care in the profile «Traumatology and Orthopaedics », consists mainly of older persons of working age, mainly women. The average standard of financial expenses higher in the older working age.