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Evaluating the Effectiveness of Public Health Financing Based on Financial and Non-Financial Indicators in Terms of the Knowledge Economy

S.N. Yashin, N.I. Yashina, E.V. Poyushcheva, E.S. Malysheva, N.N. Pronchatova-Rubtsova and O.I. Kashina

European Research Studies Journal, 2018, vol. XXI, issue Special 2, 112-123

Abstract: In conditions of the knowledge economy human capital, human value are the main factors of economic growth and prosperity of the state. Qualitative characteristics of human capital are indicators of public health. Therefore, one of the most important tasks of the state is to assess the effectiveness of financing public health expenditures. The methodological base of the research was the methods of system and economic analysis, mathematical statistics and decision optimization, which resulted in the identification of factors influencing the resource supply, availability and quality of public health. The formation of a comprehensive indicator of the effectiveness of the public health system based on the system of financial and non-financial indicators will allow to form numerically an assessment of the effectiveness of investments in public health and draw conclusions about the resources' provision, level of development, accessibility and quality of public health. The obtained results can be used in making effective public financial decisions, which allow to achieve an increase of accessibility and quality of health care, focusing on the human capital in conditions of knowledge economy.

Keywords: Financial Technologies; Fintech; Fintech-Branch; Investments; Banking; Blockchain-Technologies. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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