Hr management
  • 2013 № 8 The assessment of health status and working conditions of medical workers (Moscow Regional Clinical and Research Institute (MONIKI) M.F. Vladimirsky, Russia)

    Results of this the paper have shown that the sickness rate with temporary disablement of medical workers of the Moscow region is higher than the morbidity in the total working population of this region. The main causes of the sickness rate have been determined. According to judgment of public health organizers, experts of therapeutic and surgical profiles obtained during medico-sociological investigation the factor of psycho-emotional stress at work has the most negative effect upon their health status.

    Authors: Gurov A. N. [10] Andreeva I. L. [2] Katuntseva N. A. [2]

    Tags: labor conditions1 medical workers1 morbidity7 reasons1

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  • Management in health care
  • 2018 № 3 On the problem of forming a new model of the primary medico-sanitary management for the patients with pathology of digestion organs in Moscow Region

    The article presents monitoring results of the independent evaluation of the work quality of the Moscow Regional medical institutions as well as medico-statistical analysis of morbidity, hospitalization, and lethality indices in different groups of population with digestion organs diseases in Moscow Region which are necessary to form the new model of the primary medico-sanitary management. The special attention in the presented new model is paid to the standard of polite and careful treatment of patients by the medical staff, to increasing the doctor’s work time with an individual patient, to reducing the registration time, the queue to medical specialists, and the time period of pending one’s turn before the doctor’s room. The same attention is paid to shortening the period of prophylactic medical observation and examination

    Authors: Gurov A. N. [10] Perepelova O. V. [1] Davronov I. V. [2]

    Tags: digestion diseases1 independent evaluation of work1 new model of medical management organization1

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  • 2015 № 9 Upgrading of organizational technologies for improvement of availability of high-tech medical care to cardiosurgical patients by the example of the Moscow Region

    Annotation. The paper describes the mechanism for upgrading of organizational technologies for improvement of availability of high-tech medical care to cardiosurgical patients, based on regional vascular centers and primary vascular departments in medical organizations in the Moscow Region, as well as on Vascular Center of MONIKI and availability of the leading Federal clinics of MoH RF and RAS. Positive trends in decreasing cardiovascular mortality among population of the Moscow regions are presented with compatible parameters.

    Authors: Gurov A. N. [10] Andreeva I. L. [2] Katuntseva N. A. [2]

    Tags: cardiovascular disorders1 cardiovascular surgery2 high-tech medical care5 mortality causes1

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  • 2015 № 6 Organizational and methological activities of chief specialists of the Ministry of Health of the Moscow Region in current conditions

    Organizational and methological activities of chief specialists (CS) is any creative practical, organizational and educational activity aimed at development and implementation of modern medical and organizational technologies into regional system of public healthcare, including diagnostics and treatment of patients, analysis of populational morbidity and mortality, organization of scientific events and various tasks within specific profiles and types of medical activity. A Coordination Council has been established for planning, supervision and assessment of efficiency of CS activities in the Moscow Region, with a special informational monitoring system being run.

    Authors: Gurov A. N. [10] Garina I. B. [2]

    Tags: chief specialists of administrative health care authority1 organizational and methodological activities1

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  • 2014 № 8 A number of results of a survey conducted among the medical employees on self-regulating professional activity in the aim of improving health care (Ministry of health care of Moscow region, Krasnogorsk, Russia, MHMH Moscow region MONIKI after Vladimirskiy M.F., Moscow, Russia)

    There were 15 323 people, among whom, 9048 physicians, and 6277 middle level medical staff members from Moscow region, that took part in the survey. They were asked questions aiming revelation of priority solutions to existing problems in the health care system. Obtained answers represent a foundation for creating a self-regulation system for medical employee's activities for making improvement in the health care of Moscow region.

    Authors: Gurov A. N. [10] Suslonova N. V. [1] Markov D. S. [2]

    Tags: health care development1 medicals employees1 polls1 professional activity1 self-regulatory system1

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  • 2013 № 9 From the principle of pay for the result-oriented work to the effective contract with MONIKI (Moscow Regional Clinical and Research Institute n.a. M.F. Vladimirsky (MONIKI), Moscow, Russia)

    An unceasing work is being carried out in MONIKI on studying different principles of pay for work depending on the qualitative and quantitative parameters of working results which are reflected in the labor (effective) contract of the employee. The closest direct connection between the basic and stimulating salaries of the hospital physicians and sisters was established using index which characterizes satisfaction of patients with treatment process, introduction of contemporary diagnostic and therapeutic methods into medical practice, and operative activity of surgeons. The strongest feed-back was revealed between medical staff salaries and postoperative complications, patients' complaints, penalty sanctions, and the mean duration of hospital treatment.

    Authors: Gurov A. N. [10] Kruglov Е. Е. [1] Kruglov S. E. [1]

    Tags: efficient contract9 medical entity1 principles1 salary2

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  • Management in healthcare
  • 2018 № 7 Formation of new management in the work of a children’s outpatient hospital based on analysis of children’s health problems and independent assessment of the quality of service

    In order to form new management in the work of the children’s outpatient hospital by analyzing children’s health problems and independent assessment of the quality of primary health care, special attention is paid to the standard of equipment and work of children’s outpatient hospitals. As a result of the formation of new management in the work of children’s outpatient hospitals, the following indicators are evaluated: increasing the time of the doctor’s work directly with patients; reduction of time required to make an appointment with a doctor; reduction of queues and waiting time for parents with children to receive a consultation; comfortable and accessible environment for parents and children in the clinic, reducing the time for children to undergo medical examination

    Authors: Gurov A. N. [10] Davronov I. V. [2] E. Yu. Ogneva [1]

    Tags: diseases of the children’s population1 new management1 population’s satisfaction with primary health care for children1 work of a children’s outpatient hospital1

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  • Personnel management
  • 2017 № 3 Main directions of forming of effective management and leadership styles by the medical organization

    In article the main approaches of assessment of professional competence of heads of the medical organizations, ways of forming of effective management by the Deming’s principles are provided: plan, carry out, control, improve, when the head skillfully combines all known leadership styles: authoritative, liberal, democratic, and in case of problem definition by the subordinate applies smart purposes, on the basis of SMART purposes: specific, measurable attainable, realistic, time-based.

    Authors: Livshits S. A. [1] Gurov A. N. [10]

    Tags: carry out1 chief physician1 control3 democratic1 director1 effective activities of the head plan1 improve1 liberal1 management styles authoritative1 smart criterion1

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  • 2013 № 12 The directions to improve the admission office staffing in the medical institutions of the Moscow region (Moscow Regional Clinical and Research Institute (MONIKI) M.F. Vladimirsky, Moscow, Russia)

    Improvement of the admission office staffing in the Moscow Regional medical institutions like in the whole Russian Federation should be based on the principle of 1 physician per 215 patient beds used for planned hospitalization and 260 beds for urgent cases but no less than 1 daily post per medical department. Medical aid should correspond to these principles which should be differentiated according to the patient stream to admission offices working in planned, urgent regimes or with outpatients without further hospitalization.

    Authors: Gurov A. N. [10] Plutnitsky A. N. [3] Kupeyeva I. A. [1] Frolova Yu. V. [1]

    Tags: emergency rooms1 medical organizations6 normatives2 personnel3

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  • Quality of medical care
  • 2017 № 10 The main trends of analysis of the causes of patients’ discontent with the medical aid based on the patients’ complaints and independent assessment of the medical care quality in medical institutions

    The article presents the main approaches to the analysis of the causes of the patients’ dissatisfaction with the medical aid based on the people complaints and independent assessment of the medical care quality in medical institutions found in internet sites of different levels. Sometimes the assessment results are indicative of the rather good and even very good patients’ satisfaction with medical care but the number of patients’ complaints against the dissatisfactory medical aid in some medical institutions remains very high. The main causes of patients’ discontent with medical care are analyzed and concrete recommendations for better medical aid organization are presented

    Authors: Gurov A. N. [10] Plutnitsky A. N. [3] Garina I. B. [2]

    Tags: analysis of patients’ complaints1 complaint1 dissatisfaction with medical aid1 independent assessment of the medical care quality1 prevention of patients’ discontent1

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