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Some efficiency estimates of federal health programs in terms of high technology application

V. M. Kapitsin (), V. A. Basurov, O. A. Gerasimenko and L. N. Andronova
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V. M. Kapitsin: Russian Academy of Sciences
V. A. Basurov: Lobachevsky Nizhny Novgorod State University
O. A. Gerasimenko: Russian Academy of Sciences
L. N. Andronova: Russian Academy of Sciences

Studies on Russian Economic Development, 2016, vol. 27, issue 4, 466-473

Abstract: Abstract This paper provides a brief overview of federal programs adopted in the health sector. An analysis of the effectiveness of applying high medical technologies in surgery has been carried out. The dynamics of surgical procedures performed in the hospital both in terms of their types and methods of treatment has been presented. A comparative analysis of the effectiveness of traditional and high-tech methods has been carried out. The prospects of the development of domestic medical equipment have been considered.

Date: 2016
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