Foreign experience
  • 2020 № 6  International experience in implementing programs of enrichment of vita- mins and minerals with diets for various social groups of the population

    The issues of the implementation of national programs for the enrichment of vitamins and minerals with diets of various social groups of the population and food products are considered, performance indicators of these technologies are reflected from the standpoint of public health.

    Authors: Mingazova E. N. [5] Vlasov Y.  V. [1] Gureev S.  A. [1]

    Tags: food fortification1 fortification1 micronutrients1 minerals1 public health7 social groups1 technologies1 vitamins1

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  • Law
  • 2020 № 7 On the issue of legal protection of adolescent girls ‘ reproduc tive health

    The article presents an overview of modern approaches to legal protection of reproductive health of adolescent girls
    in the Russian Federation. The system aspects of health protection of girls and adolescent girls, as well as prevention of violations
    of reproductive health formation, are taken into account. The research was based on Federal laws, regulatory and legislative acts
    of individual subjects of the Russian Federation, and relevant scientific publications. The legal priority in ensuring the reproductive
    health of girls and adolescent girls is determined by the availability and quality of specific medical care, as well as relevant sections of the main legal documents.

    Authors: Mingazova E. N. [5] Zhelezova P. V. [2] Samojlova A. V. [1] Zagorujchenko A. A. [1] Shigabutdinova T. N. [1]

    Tags: adolescent girls1 eproductive health1 health3 health protection1 legal regulation1 legislation4 prevention12 regulatory framework1

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  • Management in health care
  • 2020 № 8 Improving rural health care through business process management

    Meeting the needs of the rural population in all types of primary health care (pre-medical and general medical
    care), as well as specialized medical care, improving the quality of medical care for the rural population is an important
    public health problem that is difficult to solve and is of particular concern to government structures at all levels of government. The article presents an analysis of the literature on the use of business processes in modern healthcare, the main tasks of which are the creation and development of effective models for the provision of medical care that increase not only its accessibility and quality, but also the satisfaction of the population. As part of the activities of the modernization program for the implementation of information technology in healthcare, it is planned to create information resources and services that would allow, using this system tool, to move to a qualitatively new level of organization of industry management. It is noted that at present, at the level of management of the medical organization as a whole, and in the management of individual areas of its activity, the application of the process approach is becoming relevant, in which the medical organization can be considered as a separate business system, which is a related set of business processes, the ultimate goal which, undoubtedly, is the provision of quality medical services. It is shown that the development and modeling of business processes will increase the relevance of management information, will make it possible to focus on rationalizing cross-functional processes to significantly reduce time and / or costs, increase revenue, improve service quality and reduce risks, the information system allows you to simulate processes and carry them out further optimization.
    The analyzed works examine the experience of process-oriented management in medical organizations and its role in ensuring the improvement of the quality of medical services provided. In addition, the introduction of a process approach will allow the application of certain managerial decisions necessary in each specific situation, including in the field of medical services for the rural population.

    Authors: Mingazova E. N. [5] Bakirova E. A. [1]

    Tags: business process reengineering1 business processes1 management11 process approach6 quality of medical care16 rural health care1

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  • Management in healthcare
  • 2020 № 5 Analysis of the study of the opinions and satisfaction of medic al personnel with features in the organization of the work of a network of d ental clinics, united in a research and production network

    The article presents the results of a sociological survey according to a specially developed questionnaire, which made it possible to elicit the opinion of medical personnel (dentists and managers) in certain areas of improving the organization of medical care, affecting the level of service in branch clinics integrated into a research and production network. Based on this questionnaire, answers were received about the organization of activities and recommendations were developed to improve the organization of work of the integrated research and production network.

    Authors: Mingazova E. N. [5] Yu. A. Ulianov [1]

    Tags: corporate culture2 dental medical clinics united in a research and production network1 medical staff satisfaction1 motivation1 questionnaires1 sociological assessment1

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  • Population and health
  • 2019 № 9 Features of the medical and demographic process in the Kostroma region as a region of Central Russia

    Based on the official statistics from Rosstat, the article presents the results of the analysis of the medical and demographic process using the example of the Kostroma region taking into account the general trend in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, including the dynamics of the population, the main demographic indicators of mortality and fertility, and indicators of natural population movement.

    Authors: Mingazova E. N. [5] Schepin V. O. [1] Zhelezova P. V. [2]

    Tags: medical-demographic process1 population birth rate1 population depopulation1 population mortality.1

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