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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Economic and Mathematical Models of Financial Incentives for The Personnel at Medical Organization Departments

Author: E.V.KOSTYRIN ,
Abstract: This article presents an economic and mathematical model and a progressive system of financial incentives for the personnel of medical organization departments that significantly reduce the cost of medical services provided due to an increase in their number, considerably improve the financial result, and materially and morally motivate the staff to work effectively and to accumulate funds for purchasing modern medical technology and medications. The developed progressive system of financial incentives for the medical and non-medical personnel at health facilities was considered on the example of a medical organization department. The research goal was to develop a system of motivating the medical personnel of health facilities that provide paid medical services and work in the system of compulsory health insurance (CHI). The author analyzed and substantiated the need to make managerial decisions aimed at providing material and moral incentives for the development of medical personnel. The main scientific contribution of this article is the creation of mathematical methods and methodology for mathematical modeling of material incentives for medical and non-medical staff. This enabled to study the problem of low efficiency of financial resources management and low salaries of the staff at health facilities.
Keyword: May Decrees, employee incentives, financial results, economic and mathematical model, operations research, medical organization, health facility, doctor, salary, objective function, constraints.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.253
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