2018 № 2 Prospects for the further development of the medical statistics service through the transition to management based on data
In the article the problems of the system of collection of state statistical reporting existing in Russia and the consequences to which they result are analyzed. A review of literature and publications in the media and the blogosphere is provided, which reveal the existing shortcomings of medical statistics.
The gradual development of health management based on data with the refusal to use statistical reports is proposed. The key idea is a gradual refusal to apply the existing forms of state statistical reporting. Instead, it is necessary to create and consistently develop a system of support for management decisionmaking in the health sector, presented as one of the federal components of the EGIS. Ultimately, such a system should completely replace state statistical reporting approved by the orders of Rosstat, Ministry of Health, FFOMS and other executive authorities, including regional government bodies, as well as numerous disparate “monitoring”, “registers” and other federal management systems available in present time. The established single federal service EGISP should accumulate in itself all the formalized primary data, primarily depersonalized, from other components of the EGISP, such as medical information systems of medical organizations (MIS MO), regional services and EHISM systems, information systems of the TFOMS and etc.
2020 № 1 Clinical Research Data Management: Experience of the N. N. Burdenko NMRC of Neurosurgery
Data management is a key process in modern clinical researches, which aims to ensure the unambiguity, completeness,
security, and reliability of the collection and storage of information. Since 2017, in the Federal State Autonomous Institution
Scientific Research Center of Neurosurgery named after ac. N. N. Burdenko of the Ministry of Health of Russia (NMRC of Neurosurgery) the clinical data management process was modified and a special management information system was introduced
into the routine research practice.
This article opens a series of articles on clinical research management at the NMRC of Neurosurgery.
This work was supported by RFBR grant № 16-29-12880.