Pediatria. Journal named after G.N. Speransky | VOL. 101
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БЕНЧМАРКИНГ КАК ВАЖНЫЙ МЕТОД ДЛЯ РАЗВИТИЯ СИСТЕМЫ ЗДРАВООХРАНЕНИЯ НА МОДЕЛИ ПРОФИЛЯ «ДЕТСКАЯ ОНКОЛОГИЯ И ГЕМАТОЛОГИЯ»

Publication Date Jun 17, 2022

Abstract

The national medical research centers (NMRCs) play an important role in managing the quality of healthcare system and evaluating its resources within the supervised profiles in Russia. The lack of controlling resources within NMRCs limit the possibility for improving the efficiency of healthcare in supervised profiles. The electronic benchmarking system could’ve become such a tool for the controlling over medical organizations (MO). It would allow evaluating the activities of MO (for example, comparing the activities of the analyzed MO with the reference MO, or dynamics of changes in MO - historical benchmarking), finding and implementing the most effective methods for organization of work of MO and improving the quality of medical care provided to patients. The authors of the article describe the experience of development and implementation of benchmarking system in MO of the “Children's Oncology and Hematology” profile. Based on the initial results of the analysis, the following issues were identified: 1) absence of nutritive support algorithms (in 90 % of MO analyzed); 2) absence of children patient register for oncology and hematology (61 % of MO analyzed); 3) inability to organize radiation therapy service (55 % of MO analyzed); 4) deficit of surgeon operators in the field of “pediatric oncology” (42 % of MO analyzed); 5) absence of capacity for isolation of immunocompromised patients within intensive care units (39 % of MO analyzed). Thus, after analyzing with the use of electronic benchmarking tools, the primary probl...

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Medical Organizations Historical Benchmarking Children's Oncology Benchmarking System Dynamic Assessment National Research Centers Intensive Care Units Pediatric Oncology National Medical Centers Experience Of Implementation

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