2013 № 7 Dynamics on quantity of medical personnel occupied in Russian Federation in the period of 2005–2011 years (Federal Research Institute for Health Care Organization and Information of the Ministry of Health and Social Development of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia)
Quantity of physicians and provision of population with physicians in Russian Federation has increased generally in the period from 2005 to 2011 years. With that, there is revealed an obvious inequality in distribution of this resource among separate sub-federal entities of Russian Federation. The biggest concentration of physicians in 2011 year was noticed in Moscow, Saint-Petersburg and Moscow region (76 492; 36 216 и 22 835, accordingly). The highest index of provision of physicians per capita in 2011 year was fixed in Saint-Petersburg, Chukotskiy autonomous region, North Osetia-Alania Republic (73,9; 75,5; 66,6, accordingly); in Moscow — 66,3 (4 place); the lowest index of provision — in Chechen Republic and Kurgan area (26,1 and 25,5). There is notice a clear inequality in distribution of such resource among sub-federal entities of Russian Federation.
2016 № 3 Provision of medical rehabilitation care for the population of Russian Federation on an outpatient basis
Annotation. Demographic changes in the direction of increasing of older age groups in the population structure, chronicity diseases, disability height, high premature mortality from chronic non-communicable diseases and due to this enormous economic damage to the national economy of the country pose the problem of organizing measures of effective medical rehabilitation of patients to the category modern Russian health priority issues. The results of analysis of medical institutions and professionals activities, that provide assistance for medical rehabilitation in outpatient settings, indicate that there is a low level of cabinets and experts providing assistance on medical rehabilitation in Russia. The low number of visits to the professionals of all profiles in combination with a high coefficient of combining and low understaffing, indicates lack of sending patients for this type of restorative treatment, that is unfairly against a background of increased morbidity, especially chronic and disabling forms of diseases. This, in turn, shows the lack of organizational and legal forms of regulating the flow of patients from the active treatment to the rehabilitation, that leads to the dissatisfaction of the population need for this type of care. The structural analysis of the situation and identify unsolved problems so far give us basis for looking for priority actions for the development of provided medical rehabilitation on an outpatient basis – a necessary condition for the implementation of medical and social functions of the state to preserve and strengthen health of the population.