2016 № 5 Assessment of the quality and effectiveness of health care for medical rehabilitation
Abctract. The method of evaluating the quality and effectiveness of medical rehabilitation in the parameters is described. The method allows to determine the capabilities of the service, results and quality research. The basis for determining the level of quality of care in health organizations based on three main components: quality of structure; quality of process; quality of the results. This method allows to judge about the possibilities of rehabilitation services in determining logistical base, human resources, technical equipment and the condition of the equipment. Data on the quality and effectiveness of treatment can serve as a basis for performance assessment and volume of the study identified a number of indicators and their conformity to regulatory standards. The Toolkit is designed for health care providers, experts, economists working in health care organizations Federal, regional and municipal levels, as well as researchers and teachers in the field of health planning.
2015 № 3 Cluster principle of efficiency increase of scientific, educational and medical activity
A brief characteristic of goals of clusters and their role in the innovation development in a health care are presented. The integration process of scientific, educational, medical institutions and businesses in the regional cluster is shown. Illustrated by the example of Kemerovo city the efficiency of a consolidation is evaluated, which is characterized by the creation of scientific production with its subsequent commercialization of high-tech enterprises, continuing vocational education, medical care in cardiovascular diseases on the full-cycle basis.
2013 № 4 Ensuring the rights of the patient and the need to develop a medical organization necessary internal regulatory documents (Sankt-Peterburg, Irkutsk, Russia)
The questions related to patients' rights in health care. Detail the mechanisms to ensure patients' rights to information about their rights and responsibilities, their health status. The authors emphasize that the rights of the patient in health care is impossible without a clear regulation of this work relevant internal documents of the medical organization. Specific recommendations on the content of these documents.
2015 № 10 About formation of new content of work of the head of the medical organization to ensure and control the quality and safety of medical activity
The article deals with the problems and issues that impede the implementation of legislative requirements on ensuring and monitoring the quality and safety of medical activities in medical organizations. The article presents and justifies a specific list of the main activities of the head of the medical organization to ensure and control the quality and safety of medical activity. Proposed and substantiated the areas of control that should be reflected in the internal control of quality and safety of medical activity. Reasonable changes in the activities of medical commissions. Emphasized the need for active and systematic participation of the health authorities and the territorial departments of Roszdravnadzor in the formation of a new content of the work of the head of the medical organization to ensure and control the quality and safety of medical activity.
2016 № 8 Family-oriented approach to child health care
In this review article you can consider the parent involvement in children medical care, because in paediatric practise precisely parents can influence good relationship with parents and whole healthcare system, what is more they can influence the compliance on attitude between patient (parents or legal representatives) and health provider. The last decade researches indicate the necessity of parent involvement in all stages of medical assistance to children, moreover the last surveys showed that family-centred approaches are highly-efficient. The competence of paediatricians in working with parents and the concept of family-oriented approach in foreign literature are being considered in this topic. Moreover, the advantages of using family-centred approach and barriers, including staff shortages, interrupting the process of using this model, are being under special control in this topic. There are many variants of changing and ways of implementation offering in this article. In conclusion, there is a statement that implementation family-centered medical care to children in whole medical care system requires comprehensive changes in all stages of medical care quality ensuring, including medical care organizers professional outlook, adjusting the regulatory framework and standards of training specialists.
2017 № 6 Regulatory framework for providing high-technology ophthalmological medical care under outpatient treatment
The article analyzes the existing legal basis for providing high-technology ophthalmological medical care through a systematic review of regulatory enactments that directly regulate this type of activity (14 regulatory enactments, including 2 federal laws).
High-technology medical care is a separately licensed type of medical activity carried out by approved federal or regional medical organizations, financed by subsidy or directly from federal budget, provided for approved types of medical care in a hospital. The source of funding for healthcare determines essential conditions. The existing legal framework creates significant restrictions for providing high-technology ophthalmological medical care under outpatient treatment in the case of healthcare covered by Compulsory Health Insurance or an appropriate budget. The article outlines the ways of solving this problem proposed by the authors, including for a medical institution, without violating the current legislation. Healthcare covered by other sources of funding can be provided in any conditions, including outpatient
2017 № 2 New tasks and directions of work of the medical commision in the system of providing and controlling the quality and safety of medical activities
The article deals with the reasons of insufficiently work of medical commissions of medical organizations. It was noted that today the medical Commission, continuing to be the third level of quality control of medical care in medical organization, often is the third level of quality control and safety of medical activities. In the publication of the proposals to improve the efficiency of the medical Commission, including revealed the contents of its work in accordance with the objectives and functions set by law, which often remain outside the purview of heads of medical organizations.
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
2016 № 10 Аnalysis of the application of standards of care
The article addresses the problem of application of standards in the provision of medical care, and also when exercising control and expert activities. Set out grounds for revision of the paradigm of quality assessment of medical aid in system of obligatory medical insurance based on the comparison of the standardized and the actual performance of medical-diagnostic process.