CATEGORY OF MARKETING OF RELATIONS IN MEDICAL ORGANIZATIONS

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The need for intensification of health care, raises the issue of improving the efficiency of medical organizations. The article analyzes the current management technology: “marketing relationships in medical organizations”. The aim of the research was to find the correct “definition of the concept and professional fullness” of the content of relationship marketing in medical organizations. The authors defined the marketing of relations in medical organizations as “the relationship (mutual relation) of the subjects of medical care at the level of “doctor-patient”, “administration-personnel”, “relations between medical organizations and counterparts”, in order to improve the efficiency of activities and the quality of medical care, patients and medical personnel. The results are obtained on the basis of a comparative analysis of scientific literature data and authors’ own research. In the formulation of the research, methods of content analysis of bibliographic data, the sociological method and the authors’ own experience were used. Based on the results of the research, the role of the individual characteristics of patients (gender, age, occupation, relationship to the composition of patients, transport accessibility, organization of admission) in the formation of relations between consumers and providers of medical services is shown. In conclusion, based on the results of the study, the development of marketing relationships at the level of medical organizations of different ownership forms and the need to improve marketing of communications, social networks and distant forms of work with potential and real patients are justified. Conceptual bases of the marketing relationship concept in medical organizations of different ownership forms have been developed.


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A Yu Abramov

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

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Email: d_kicha@mail.ru

D I Kicha

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: d_kicha@mail.ru

O V Rukodainiy

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: d_kicha@mail.ru

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