Decision-making methods on expediency of introduction of innovations in treatment and diagnostic process

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  • Authors: Otstavnov SS1, Breusov AV2, Otstavnov NS3, Breusov RA3
  • Affiliations:
    1. Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (State University)
    2. Peoples' friendship university of Russia
    3. Bauman Moscow state technical university
  • Issue: No 4 (2016)
  • Pages: 158-167
  • Section: Articles
  • URL: http://journals.rudn.ru/medicine/article/view/14652
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Abstract


The fact that each management solution is made with the lack of information defines the risk of making a wrong decision. Such decisions made by competent specialists in individual agencies as well as networks of health authorities can produce a strong effect on lives and health of patients. It explains the increasing topicality for defining methods and means of making reasonable decisions. In the article based on the analysis of normative documents, scientific and methodical literatures, with the interaction of experts in health services, such methods and means are described, analyzed and systemized. The research showed that using of each alternative (analysis of regulatory documents, expert survey, clinical and economic analysis) has its own advantages and disadvantages. And it depends on the case which method will be the most reasonable to use.

About the authors

S S Otstavnov

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (State University)

Email: comte.otstss@gmail.com
Moscow, Russia

A V Breusov

Peoples' friendship university of Russia

Email: breusov_av@pfur.ru
Moscow, Russia

N S Otstavnov

Bauman Moscow state technical university

Email: nikita.otstavnov@best-bmstu.ru
Moscow, Russia

R A Breusov

Bauman Moscow state technical university

Email: romanhome@rambler.ru
Moscow, Russia

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