QUALIMETRY ANALYSES OF PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CONDITIONS BASED ON THE FOLLOWING MONITORING RESULTS: ACCESSIBILITY AND COMPLETENESS OF THE GENERAL PRACTITIONER’S AMBULATORYJournal: Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medical Research(JC&EMR) (Vol.1, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2013-04-15
Authors : Potselyev V. I.;
Page : 80-84
Keywords : primary health care; quality; accessibility; practitioner’s ambulatory;
The article is based on decadelong monitoring of 123 general-family practice institutions located in the rural area. It was pointed that medical care quality improving caused by: diagnostic equipment completeness, certain day patient facilities number and capacity enlarging, geographically-territorial accessibility reforming, normalization of population general number regarding to the certain institution. Obtained data dealt with significant changes caused by geographically-territorial accessibility, ambulatory completeness of a general practitioner and the new qualimetry approach usage. Thus, the approach can be involved into similar analyzes, Health Care System quality monitoring and managerial decision evaluation of effectiveness.
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