UDC 338.2: 614.2
E. A. Shamanina,
Postgraduate Student, Lecturer, Department of Economic Policy and Public-Private Partnership, Moscow State Institute of International Relations, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, Moscow, Russia
D. V. Polozova,
Member of the Temporary Creative Team for Research, Faculty of Management and Politics, Moscow State Institute of International Relations, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, Moscow, Russia
Objective. The relevance of research in the field of increasing the effectiveness of the state's socio-economic policy is due to the presence of a complex of unresolved social problems, including those directly related to the organization of the health care system in the Russian Federation and characterized by a tendency towards negative population growth, an increase in mortality, morbidity and disability, and a decrease in the availability of medical services. and others, testifying to the insufficient effectiveness of the social and economic policy pursued by the government. Problems of state regulation of socio-economic processes, as well as issues of comprehensive analysis and assessment of the effectiveness of state policy are currently a priority task, which determines the choice of the research topic.
Materials and methods. General scientific methods were used in the article: analysis, abstraction, systemic-structural approach, as well as modeling.
Result. The optimal solution to the existing problem of data systematization and processing is the development and implementation of a methodology for assessing the effectiveness of the health care system using automated information systems, widely and effectively used in other sectors of the economy.
Conclusion. Such an analysis tool will make it possible to use unified performance assessment indicators in the health care system, comparing them with specified standards, which will make it possible to promptly monitor the effectiveness of the health care system and reasonably apply management tools.
socio-economic policy, performance indicators, healthcare, performance evaluation criteria.