INDICATORS OF ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY OF INNOVATIVE MANAGEMENT IN HEALTHCARE

  • M. Spanov Kazakh medical university of continuing education, Kazakhstan, Almaty http://orcid.org/0000-0002-6448-8397
  • Zh. Kusmoldayeva Kazakh medical university of continuing education, Kazakhstan, Almaty

Abstract

Today, growing costs is one of the major problems limiting population’s access to medical care. This problem is also reflected in many countries around the world. The objective reasons for the increase in health care costs are: the expansion and emergence of improved methods of diagnosis and treatment, the growth of health-related needs and care, and the process of population aging.
Under the influence of this trend, health care in the world is working to maximize the use of limited budget funds, develop and implement cost control methods in order to reduce current costs.
In order to solve this problem, in the 1980-90 years, health care began to talk about medical care, its convenience and effectiveness. A prerequisite for ensuring a decent level of quality in providing health care is implementation of policy methods for the assessment of medical technologies in everyday clinical practice.
Measuring cost-effectiveness in health care is quite hard, due to the lack of universal evaluation methods. Nevertheless, a certain methods were developed to determine economic efficiency. The scientific article examines and systematizes the methods for assessing the effectiveness in the system of innovative management in the industry, adopted in foreign and domestic practice.
Key words: innovative management, management, social sector, scientific potential, efficiency, globalization, scientific and technological progress, new technologies.
How to Cite
SPANOV, M.; KUSMOLDAYEVA, Zh.. INDICATORS OF ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY OF INNOVATIVE MANAGEMENT IN HEALTHCARE. Central Asian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, [S.l.], v. 6, n. 4, p. 10-18, dec. 2020. ISSN 2522-1051. Available at: <https://jhumansoc-sc.kaznu.kz/index.php/1-eurasian/article/view/460>. Date accessed: 26 feb. 2021. doi: https://doi.org/10.26577/CAJSH.2020.v6.i4.02.