2019 № 7 Some approaches to the labor normalization in the laboratory diagnostics
The laboratory service is one of the most difficult from the point of view of labor normalization, which is determined,
first of all, by the many and ever-increasing number of studies, the variety of equipment used, etc. Laboratory
labor standards were developed more than 20 years ago. They relate primarily to non-automated techniques and do not
reflect the modern organization of labor, new laboratory technologies, etc. Due to the lack of centrally developed labor
standards, medical organizations are forced to determine the load indicators, the number of necessary laboratory workers
mainly by expert means, or try to independently develop labor standards. In these conditions, it is necessary to determine
the main approaches to the implementation of labor standards in the laboratory service, to develop normalization methods
for various research groups. The authors' suggestions were the result of joint research by Federal Research Institute for
Health Organization and Informatics of Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Moscow) and St. Petersburg State
Budgetary Healthcare Institution Consultative and Diagnostic Center for Children (St. Petersburg).
2018 № 9 Recommendations for the selection of labor norms for employees of different medical organizations units
With sufficient development of the regulatory framework, methodological issues of labor regulation at the level of medical organizations are clearly not covered enough. The final result of the regulation of labor is the establishment of labor standards. However, due to the variety of existing labor standards, the complexity of their calculation, etc., one of the most urgent is the question of what labor standards should be established for employees of specific departments holding specific positions. Although the regulation of labor is a serious large-scale work, in the arsenal of medical organizations, there are many methods that are not as costly as, for example, timing. However, the implementation of these methods requires their correct design and application. This publication is devoted to these issues
2021 № 9 Labor rationing as one of the effective management tools of a medical organization.
Labor rationing is an important tool for managing the workforce of a medical organization, which is not limited to setting labor standards. Rationing has a number of potential opportunities, the competent implementation of which makes it possible to solve a number of urgent management tasks, including stimulating of employees.
The article discusses various aspects of the use of rationing in order to improve the efficiency of the medical organization.
2017 № 9 Practical aspects of regulation of labor in the state (municipal) institutions health
Labor regulation is a major work in the initial stages and requires systematic monitoring of compliance, assessment of their validity, need to review them in the future. With sufficient elaboration of the regulatory framework, methodological issues of labor regulation at the level of medical organizations covered clearly enough. «Guidelines for the development of systems of rationing of work in the state (municipal) institutions», approved by the Ministry of labour and social protection of the Russian Federation dated 30 September 2013 N504, do not give detailed algorithms for the valuation. The orders of Ministry of health of Russia approving the model time norms relate only to certain aspects of the practical application of labour standards. So there is a need to assess the capabilities and limitations of different techniques of work measurement-level medical associations to offer «step-by-step algorithms» implementation of labor standards, to develop practical recommendations. The tasks and focus of this publication