Articles with tag: «beds»

    Management in healthcare
  • 2019 № 7 Hospital replacement technologies in dermatovenereology

    The Program of State Guarantees provided for a decrease of almost 20% in the volume of inpatient care due to the development of hospital-substituting forms. The efficiency of day hospitals is higher than hospitals by 1.5–3 times, which is associated with work in 2 shifts. The economic effect of the activity of DS according to the results of research works of a number of authors reaches 70%.
    At the same time, the rate of introduction of day hospitals (DS) remains unreasonably low, and core day hospitals are not sufficiently developed, including in dermatology.
    The disadvantage of the healthcare system in Russia and dermatovenerologic care in particular is the lack of economic incentives in favor of choosing less expensive technologies, their parameters are shifted towards hospital provision. Over the past decade, the numberof research papers on the activities of CPs has significantly decreased, an economic financing mechanismhas not been developed that stimulates the development of these forms of work.

    Authors: Merekina M. D. [2]

    Tags: beds2 day hospital (ds)1 diseases2 medical organizations providing medical care in a hospital setting (mos)1 medical organizations providing medical care in an outpatient setting (moau)1 patient5 terms of treatment1

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  • Management in health care
  • 2016 № 7 The activities of day hospitals in the Russian Federation in 2000–2014

    The article analyzes legal documents, which that regulate the work of day hospitals in the Russian Federation since the late 90-ies of XX century to the present. Presents an analysis of the performance of activities of day hospitals in health institutions providing medical care in ambulatory and stationary conditions in the country in 2000–2014. Marked increase in the number of beds in day hospitals 2,3 times, which is mainly due to the increase of beds in day hospitals in health institutions providing medical care in ambulatory conditions. Spend the evaluation of use of hospital beds hospitals for 15 years. During the study period the number of beds in hospitals has decreased by 27,7%, the number of discharged patients has almost not changed, which is associated with the intensity of the work beds. Shows the comparison of the number of persons treated in day hospitals and hospitals round-the-clock stay. The total number of patients treated in day hospitals and round hospitals, the proportion of patients treated at a convenience care hospitals declined from 92,5 to 80,3%, the proportion of patients treated in day hospitals increased from 7,5 to 19,7%.

    Authors: Son I. M. [34] Evdakov V. A. [3] Shlyafer S. I. [2] Senenko A. Sh. [4] Melnikov Yu. Yu. [1]

    Tags: beds2 day hospital2 hospital organizations1 the average bed occupancy in a year1 the average duration of treatment1 the medical organizations giving help in out-patient conditions1 turnover (function) bed1

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