2018 № 5 About the legality of the payment for the provision of medical care in the emergency form
The journal “Health Manager” published an article by Kadyrov F. N. and Sorokina Yu. A, which contains the statement that in the emergency form of medical care can be provided at the expense of personal funds of citizens. Often the uncertainty of legal norms leads to their ambiguous understanding and creates the possibility of their various applications. However, with regard to the possibility of providing medical assistance in an emergency form for a fee, the existing legal norms clearly do not allow such a possibility. The author believes that the publication contains a wrong interpretation of the legal norms that promotes intensive commercialization of public health institutions, but does not support citizens of a special category – who are in danger and in a helpless state
2017 № 9 About standards of medical care again: who needs them?
Recently, the standards of care are constantly subjected to criticism from clinicians, but are protected by the professionals working in the enforcement agencies, insurance medical institutions, funds of CMI. The article pro- vides additional arguments about the voluntary application of standards. These arguments will help leaders of health organizations and practitioners to understand the complex conflict
2015 № 9 Influence on age and gender considerations costs while providing high-aid in profile «traumatology and orthopedics»
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.
2018 № 5 The program of state guarantees as a tool for ensuring social obligations of the state in the field of health protection of citizens
The program of state guarantees of free medical care is a tactical tool to ensure the social obligations of the state in the field of public health. It is shown that the current system of state guarantees at the macrolevel provides funding for all types, forms and conditions of medical care in the full range of diseases, but free medical care is not fully provided. In the overall structure of health care spending in Russia, the share of personal funds of citizens is almost half, which is more than three times higher than in the European Union. The data presented in the article suggest that the population pays not for the possibility of obtaining medical care, but for its quality. The authors believe that it is necessary to change the relationship between the doctor and the patient, to create conditions for the traditional spiritual and intellectual development of the Russian professional medical community
2017 № 9 Postoperative mortality in the Federal cardioke-rulechecker clinics. the Hamburg account
The article is devoted to the comparative analysis of indicators of postoperative mortality in the most frequently performed cardiac surgical procedures. Revealed extraordinary heterogeneity of hospitals for postoperative mortality when the same types of surgical interventions. This may indicate the existence of serious problems of quality of care in the individual Federal clinics. Ranking distribution of clinics by indicators of postoperative mortality are shown. The proposed methodological approach to assess the results of surgical interventions in patient groups, comparable in age, sex, diagnoses, and applied technologies
2017 № 6 Metamorphosis standardization of medical care
The article discusses a bill regulating the development and use of clinical guidelines in public health practice. The authors believe that the bill makes clinical recommendations to the regulatory option binding standards of сare. This approach only superficially converts the ways of ensuring the quality of medical care. From the point of view of the authors of the health care system fell into the organizational trap of technological regulation of the actions of the physicians, while the traditional values of the medical profession is gradually devalued. The authors propose to reconfigure relationships in the industry, not only by importing foreign countries, but in accordance with the usual Russian professional medical community’s leadership in the field of cultural, spiritual and intellectual development
2013 № 7 Analysis of international experience of funding and managing research and development in healthcare (Federal Research Institute for Health Care Organization and Information of the Ministry of Health of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia; Research center of neurology Russian academy of medical science, Moscow, Russia; Research-Practical Center of Medical Radiology, Moscow Department of Health care, Moscow, Russia)
Healthcare in developed countries becomes the most productive and cited field of the world science. However little is known about innovative processes in the non-market oriented areas including medicine. This article deals with funding and managing research and development in medicine in foreign countries. The authors show that innovations in healthcare are the major focus of interest of foreign governments seeking for balance between cost-containment, quality and access to health care. Healthcare innovations assessment is necessarily accompanied with the expert evaluation of efficacy and safety of health technologies delivered by designated institutions. International policy analysis confirms that the search for the most effective management in organization and funding of healthcare research is of high priority in the world.
2016 № 9 New mechanism for financing high-tech medical care in 2017: characteristics and risks
Federal hospitals will receive state funds to provide high-tech medical aid from the Federal mandatory medical insurance Fund directly, and not from the budget of its founder or of insurance companies in 2017. Thus, in relation to Federal clinics it is planned to implement the mechanism of financing expensive medical interventions, which, according to the authors, is neither the budget nor the insurance. The authors have shown that legislative innovations and their associated risks will require from the Ministry of health of Russia and the Federal mandatory medical insurance Fund serious work to ensure the necessary accessibility for citizens is costly, but most effective methods of medical care.
2016 № 1 Organisation and outcomes of monitoring medical-economical factors of high-technology medical aid
This article explores individual organisational-methodological approaches to constructing monitoring informational systems of high technology medical aid. Authors conclude that there is a necessity to create unique monitoring systems and databases, formed by personified audit of the most significant signs of surveillance subject. Article’s materials can be used while modelling information systems for practical implementation of high medical technology in circumstances of one stream financing.
2015 № 9 Provision of medical aid within a medical approbation
Currently there are developed legal and methodological principals for medical aid provision within a clinical approbation of prevention methods, diagnostics, treatment and rehabillitation. Despite the imperfections of the developed system, it allows to eccelerate the process of implimenting new medical technologies into the health care system, having simultaneously provided financial support to federal clinics, experiencing serious economical burdens due to budget cuts for the most common types of medical care in circumstances of economical instability. The article analyses the issues and provides recommendations for improving organizational mechanisms of clinical approbation.
2016 № 2 Structure and challenges of the medical division of the new programme of fundamental scientific research of state science academies
The article considers the questions of planning and financing the scientific-research activity in the field of medical science, realized at the cost of the state budget. Authors demonstrate that disintegration of scientific processes leads to a decrease of intensity of scientific search and implementation of achievements in medical sciences in the health care practice. Authors conclude that it is necessary to increase the effectiveness of the management of scientific research and more clearly define the priorities of the medical sciences development.
2017 № 10 Performance of the hospitals neurosurgical profile in subjects of the Russian Federation
The main indicators of resource provision (number of beds, medical personnel) and in the performance of neurosurgical hospitals in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation for three years (2014–2016) are ana¬lyzed. The substantial variation in resource provision of certain regions of the country medical care of neurosurgical profile, a variety of indicators of total and postoperative mortality are shown. The authors emphasize the need for the restoration of health-organizational unity in the industry, enhancing coordination of regional and Federal medical organizations not only in the field neurosurgery but other high-tech areas of scientific and clinical activities