Manager of heath care consults
  • 2023 № 2 Issues of implementation of new special social payments to medical workers, including those working on an outpatient basis, from January 1, 2023

    The article examines the mechanism of implementation of new special social benefits, which are introduced for a number of categories of medical workers from January 1, 2023.
    These payments, as well as the previously existing special social benefits paid to persons providing medical care to patients with COVID‑19, will be carried out through a social fund – in this case, through the Pension and Social Insurance Fund. Such a mechanism, despite the long chain of financial flows, has its advantages, primarily concerning the possibility of personalized accounting of payments and minimizing the risks of misuse of funds.
    At the same time, the implementation of special social benefits raises a number of questions concerning the payment of insurance premiums, etc., the answers to which are not always obvious, but can be obtained on the basis of consideration of the provisions of the current legislation.

    Authors: Kadyrov F. N. [123] Obukhova O. V. [28] Chililov A. M. [24] Endovitskaya  Yu.  V. [11]

    Tags: federal compulsory health insurance fund1 inter-budget transfers3 pension and social insurance fund1 special social benefits4 wages5

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  • Manager of healthcare consults
  • 2018 № 7 Material stimulation of employees of the economic services of the state (municipal) establishments of public health

    The deadline for the introduction of an effective contract in state (municipal) institutions is approaching. In health care facilities, an effective contract is introduced not only for medical but also for other workers, in particular, for economists. In order to correctly establish incentive payments to economic service employees, it is necessary to identify the key functions performed by them. This would be greatly facilitated by professional standards. But, unfortunately, they have not yet been approved for economic positions. On the other hand, the main types of work carried out by economists in state (municipal) health care institutions are well known. Taking into account the experience gained in the development of indicators and criteria for assessing the performance of medical and other positions, this allows you to choose the best options for assessing the activities and employees of the economic service. The article contains an analysis of possible approaches to the methods of material incentives for employees of the economic service, to the establishment of incentive payments within the framework of the introduction of an effective contract

    Authors: Kadyrov F. N. [123]

    Tags: bonuses1 effective contract13 employment contract5 incentive payments8 incentives3 wages5

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  • Manager of health care consults
  • 2014 № 10 Number of problems in enhancing the system of labor remuneration in health care (Federal Research Institute for Health Organization and Informatics of Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia)

    Annotation. The Russian Ministry of Health Care conducts work on enhancing the systems of labor remuneration for employees of federal health care organizations, attracting regional authorities to this activity as well. The main focus is made on re-consideration of incentive pay outs list in the frame of introducing an efficient contract. Another important objective is to amend the relative share of wages in the total amount of labor remuneration — at current stage, the wages share is groundlessly low, what causes a number of problems. There are other reforms that need to be implemented in the system of labor remuneration.

    Authors: Kadyrov F. N. [123]

    Tags: compensation type of pay outs1 efficient contract9 incentive pay outs2 indexes and criteria on evaluating employees activity efficiency1 labor remuneration1 state (municipal) organizations1 wages5

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  • 2022 № 9 About some methodological approaches to the assessment of the salary level of medical workers.

    The article deals with methodological issues of assessing the level of salaries of medical workers by official statistics bodies (Rosstat) and within the framework of surveys of medical workers themselves.
    The main methodological differences are shown in the methods of calculating the indicators characterizing wages used by statistical authorities and survey organizers. The main reasons leading to the discrepancy between the results of such assessments are shown. Among them, first of all, it is necessary to name different approaches to accounting for personal income tax, restrictions in the sample, etc.
    In addition, official statistics take into account not only wages, but also some other expenses in favor of employees. At the same time, the concept of "average number" is used, which is not taken into account in the framework of the conducted surveys.
    At the same time, the salaries of medical workers in order to assess the achievement of the targets set by the May Presidential
    Decrees should be correlated not with the average salary for the subject of the Russian Federation, but with the average monthly income from work.
    Such methodological differences create an objective basis for the discrepancy between the survey results and official statistical data and should be taken into account when interpreting the data obtained.

    Authors: Kadyrov F. N. [123] Obukhova O. V. [28] Chililov A. M. [24] Endovitskaya  Yu.  V. [11]

    Tags: compensation payments4 coronavirus  infection12 covid-1928 incentive payments8 special social benefits4 statistics5 wages5

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  • Focus of the problem
  • 2015 № 1 Reforms in the sphere of healthcare: problems with implementation

    The protests of medical aid workers, which spread across the country last year amid a growth in their wages level, demonstrate that the dissatisfaction unlike in previous times is not linked to the poor financing, low salaries, but rather to disappointment with the reforms, which failed to deliver the results expected by many. Given that overall reform strategy is relatively rarely criticized it is evident that dissatisfaction is caused by the way these reforms are implemented in various concrete cases.

    Authors: Kadyrov F. N. [123]

    Tags: effective contract13 health care system5 reforms1 reorganization1 state (municipal) institutions of healthcare1 wages5

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