Evaluation of innovative potential of health care institutions on the example of children's city clinical hospital in megalopolis

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This article is devoted to the definition and evaluation of innovative potential of the organization of the health system. For assessment of innovative potential of budgetary organization it is necessary to carry out a complex assessment of the following elements: efficiency of the budgetary and non-budgetary funds, scientific and technical potential, indicators of commercialization of innovations, duration of the performed works, characteristic of innovation management system, human capital. Allocation of public funds in the health organization with medium and high innovative potential will be more effective for achieving a high level of innovations in the health sector as a whole. The analysis of external and internal factors showed that modern conditions promotes increase of efficiency of innovative potential of the organization, however in the conditions of restructuring of health care it is especially important to use most effectively resources, to increase competitive advantages, to attract the best personnel. The presence in the megalopolis positively influences the innovative potential. The studied hospital organizationally and financially-technically formed a good base level for further improvement of methods and technologies of providing high quality medical care. Cumulative assessment of the innovative potential is positive.

A V Bullikh

SBIHC Morozovskaya MKH of MDHC

Email: fomina_av@pfur.ru
Clinical diagnostic laboratory

A V Fomina

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: fomina_av@pfur.ru
Department of Health and Hygiene

E P Makarova

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: fomina_av@pfur.ru
Department of technosphere safety

I E Koltunov

SBIHC Morozovskaya MKH of MDHC

Email: fomina_av@pfur.ru

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