Articles with tag: «patient»

    Medical law
  • 2013 № 7 Legal bases of medical care to the citizens having rare (orfanny) diseases (Penza State University, Penza, Russia)

    Annotation: In the article the concept of a rare (orfanny) disease used in the Federal law «About bases of health protection of citizens in the Russian Federation» is analyzed. Shortcomings of legal regulation are noted. It is shown that patients with rare diseases — most socially the unprotected citizens needing additional social guarantees of the treatment and rehabilitation.

    Authors: Romanovsky G. B. [1]

    Tags: biotechnologies1 patient11 prenatal diagnostics1 rare (orfanny) diseases1

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  • Manager of health care consults
  • 2019 № 2 How to arrange the provision of paid medical services anonymously

    he article proposes specific mechanisms for the implementation of the right of patients to receive paid medical services anonymously. The authors propose and justify the use in the provision of paid medical services anonymously as the patient’s name alias (fictitious name), which should be reflected in the documentation – in the contract, the patient’s medical record, informed voluntary consent to medical intervention, etc. The Implementation of the proposals expressed by the authors of the article will allow to provide medical care anonymously in compliance with all the requirements of the law.

    Authors: Piven D. V. [53] Kitsul I. S. [53] Ivanov I. V. [27]

    Tags: citizen’s name1 medical organization50 paid medical services19 patient11 patient’s rights1 provision of paid medical services anonymously1 pseudonym (fictitious name)1

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  • Management in healthcare
  • 2020 № 5 Analysis of the activities of a multidisciplinary day hospital in a city

    In the article, based on literature sources, analysis of reporting data on the activities of medical organizations providing inpatient care (MOSU) and medical organizations providing outpatient care (MOAU), as well as studying work experience in a number of territories of the Russian Federation, the tasks are shown, organizational forms of work, medical and economic feasibility of organizing day hospitals. The experience and performance indicators of the patient care center based on the outpatient department of the city clinical hospital are presented. The medical and social efficiency of the work of the homestead and the possible economic effect of the organization of the homestead are estimated.

    Authors: A.  A.  Kalininskaya [1] M.  D.  Merekina [1]

    Tags: beds3 day hospital (ds)2 diseases3 medical organizations providing inpatient care (mosu)1 medical organizations providing outpatient care (moau)1 patient11 treatment periods1

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  • 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. [3]

    Tags: beds3 day hospital (ds)2 diseases3 medical organizations providing medical care in a hospital setting (mos)1 medical organizations providing medical care in an outpatient setting (moau)1 patient11 terms of treatment1

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  • Management in health care
  • 2020 № 2 The clinical significance of the relationship between doctor and patient (literature review)

    This literature review collects research, laws, and various models of physician-patient interaction in the health
    care system. The question of the patient’s adherence to treatment based on the level of trust in the doctor is considered in
    detail, the analysis of the concepts of different models of interaction is carried out, and their specific conditions are defined,
    presented in the scientific literature by the authors of the CIS and Europe. The purpose of the review was based on the
    analysis of various options aimed at the development of the doctor-patient relationship in health care. Based on the data,
    the authors suggested that it is necessary to search for new approaches to increase the legal, economic responsibility of
    the patient, both for the performance of medical appointments and for their own health.

    Authors: Mits A. N. [1] Bondarev A. A. [1] Gontarev S. N. [1]

    Tags: doctor2 medical activity5 medical contract1 patient11 the relationship between doctor and patient1

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  • Law
  • 2022 № 8 Organizational and legal issues of examination of minors in a gynecological hospital

    The organizational and legal aspects of gynecological care for minors remain a matter of debate, and the indicated topic requires further detailed study. Due to the limited scope of work, not all relevant aspects on the issue under consideration are considered, but only issues of providing information about a minor to law enforcement agencies without the consent of the patient and her legal representative. The relevance of the study is largely due to the fact that the answer to the indicated questions causes difficulties not only among medical professionals, but also among lawyers.
    The authors set out to substantiate the main features of the organization of gynecological care for minor patients, as well as provisions for the observance of their rights. To achieve the goal, the authors set the tasks of determining the legal status of minor patients of the gynecological hospital, the accompanying duties of medical workers and medical organizations, development of practical recommendations on the actions of a medical organization when examining a minor and establishing the fact of pregnancy, as well as interaction with law enforcement agencies.
    The study materials were the provisions of regulatory legal acts in the field of health protection and ensuring the rights of minors, as well as judicial practice on the issue under study.
    When conducting the study, the authors used general scientific and private scientific methods of cognition, such as analysis and synthesis, formal and legal, interpretations.
    During the examination of a minor in a gynecological hospital, doctors face the need to ensure the rights of minor patients both to sexual inviolability, sexual freedom and the normal moral and physical development of the minor’s personality, as well as to ensure the protection of personal data and medical secrets. I correspond to these rights the obligations of medical workers and medical organizations not only to transfer information about the patient to law enforcement agencies in cases established by law, but also to comply with the requirements of the law on the protection of information constituting a secret protected by law.
    As a result of the study, the authors came to the following conclusions. When establishing the fact of pregnancy of a minor or the entry of a minor into sexual intercourse (other sexual acts), if there are no sufficient grounds to believe that harm to her health was caused as a result of illegal actions, the medical professional (doctor) must explain to the minor (her legal representative) the possibility of transmitting relevant information to the internal affairs body; obtain written consent to the transfer of relevant information to the internal affairs body, which is stored in a medical organization; transfer relevant information to the medical officer responsible for timely informing the internal affairs bodies.
    The results of the study can be used by gynecological hospitals and other medical institutions in organizing the provision of gynecological care to minor patients, interaction with the internal affairs bodies to protect the rights and legitimate interests of minors.

    Authors: Samoilova Yu. B. [1] Paikov A. Yu. [1] Miroshnikova E. M. [1]

    Tags: doctor2 gynecological department1 informing1 internal affairs body1 medical organization50 minor1 patient11 pregnancy4

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  • Information management
  • 2020 № 6  On the issue of the feasibility of the im- munization informatization in penitentiary medicine

    The article highlights the use of information systems in immunization as one of the important problems of the pen- itentiary and civil healthcare sectors. It analyzes the existed software systems for automated immunization management and helpes to make conclusion that the implementation of such software products into the practice of penitentiary health care should be carried out taking into account all the specifics of the organization of medical activity in the penitentiary system.

    Authors: Ponomarev S. B. [2] Ponomarev D. S. [2] Polishchuk V. E. [2] Mihailova Yu. V. [1] Burt A.  A. [1]

    Tags: immunization1 informatization1 medical information system5 patient11 penitentiary medicine1

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  • Healthcare and law
  • 2013 № 11 Legal representatives in the health care (Penza State University, Penza, Russia)

    This article analyzes the legal status of a legal representative in the various models of legal relations in the sphere of health care (with the consent to medical intervention prior to admittance to the patient). The basic challenges that may face a medical professional when determining the authority of the legal representative patient. Particular attention is paid to the guardianship authorities, as well as various organizations authorized to represent citizens under the law.

    Authors: Romanovskaya O. V. [6]

    Tags: health care24 legal representatives1 medical organization50 patient11

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  • Foreign experience
  • 2017 № 5 Study of workload and working time costs of general practitioners in healthcare organizations in Kazakhstan

    The article presents the results of a chronometric analysis of patients from the Karaganda policlinic, while analyzing and studying the costs of the doctor’s working hours for performing various labor operations. In addition, the main factors influencing the duration of admission of general practitioners of primary care organizations were identified, and we also compiled a forecast of the duration of GPs’ admission, depending on the treatment of some variables. Statistical analysis determined the main factors affecting the duration of admission of patients by GPs. These include the Communicative Factor or Component 1, Operating Procedures or Component 2, and Working with Documentation or Component 3

    Authors: Son I. M. [38] Mergentay A. [1] Kulov D. B. [1] Bekembaeva G. S. [1] Koikov V. V. [1] Omarkulov B. K. [2] Musina G. A. [1]

    Tags: disease3 dispensary observation2 patient11 population5 time of admission1

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  • Focus of problem
  • 2020 № 1 Is the medical organization obliged to ask the patient for an identity document when applying for paid medical services?

    The article shows and proves that when a patient applies for paid medical services, a medical organization is obliged to ask him for an identity document. First of all, this is enshrined in the requirements for the maintenance of accounting and reporting documentation established by the legislation of the Russian Federation. At the same time, the authors emphasize that even if the patient does not have an identity document, the refusal to conclude a contract for the provision of paid medical services is unacceptable. The issue of presentation of an identity document by a patient when applying for the provision of paid medical services became particularly relevant after the introduction of such a control tool as the control purchase of paid medical services.

    Authors: Piven D. V. [53] Kitsul I. S. [53] Ivanov I. V. [27]

    Tags: control purchase2 identity document1 medical documentation2 medical organization50 paid medical services19 patient11 quality control and safety of medical activity2

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  • 2020 № 5 Is a medical organization required to provide medical documents of a deceased patient for review at the request of his / her spouse or close relatives

    The article presents a detailed analysis of the legal situation related to issues of medical confidentiality after the death of a patient. The publication brought to the attention of the medical organizations, now in accordance with the Decision of the constitutional Court of the Russian Federation of January 13, 2020, № 1-P the denial of a spouse (wife), close relatives of a deceased patient access to his medical records may be considered valid only if during the life of the patient expressed prohibition on disclosure of information constituting a medical secret.

    Authors: D.  V.  Piven [4] I.  S.  Kitsul [3] I.  V.  Ivanov [3]

    Tags: close relatives1 medical documentation2 medical organization50 medical secrecy2 patient11 quality  control  and  safety  of  medical  activities3

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