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Iran J War Public Health 2022, 14(3): 303-309 Back to browse issues page
Formation of a Costs Model for Patient Rehabilitation
Y. Wang1, L. Liu *2, Y. Geng3, C. Wang4, S. Li5
1- Department of the Physical Training, Beijing Sport University, Beijing, China
2- Department of Physical Education, Peking University, Beijing, China , liu5393-2@unesp.co.uk
3- Department of the Olympic Sport History and Theory, National University of Ukraine on Physical Education and Sport, Kyiv, Ukraine
4- Department of the High-Performance Sport, Beijing Sport University, Beijing, China
5- PE Teaching Group, Beijing Foreign Languages School, Beijing, China
Abstract:   (395 Views)
Aims: The formation of the work of public health institutions relates primarily to the category of ensuring socioeconomic balance. When implementing a specific order of work in a healthcare institution, the formation of directed care and providing the best conditions for patients occurs. This study aimed to develop of an indicator framework for integrated monitoring of the costing process for a patient by rehabilitation medical institutions.
Material & Methods: In this study, a system of factors of strategic changes in integrated monitoring of the costing process by medical rehabilitation institutions, as well as a price matrix and risk assessment criteria were applied to determine the internal pricing strategy by medical rehabilitation institutions.
Findings: The authors show that the functioning of institutions that contribute to the rehabilitation of citizens should be based on the principles of distributing the correct price for the treatment for each person.
Conclusion: The paper presents a model for the formation of this assessment and the method of its application in the management of healthcare institutions. The practical significance of the study is determined by the possibility of balanced determination of the share of the health care institution in the functioning of the general public health system. This will expand the range of services and identify the entities in need of managerial activity improvement.
Article number: 8
Keywords: Healthcare [MeSH], Public Health [MeSH], Rehabilitation [MeSH], Model [MeSH], Formation [MeSH]
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Health Service Standards of Veterans or Handicapped
Received: 2022/05/4 | Accepted: 2022/07/20 | Published: 2022/08/13
* Corresponding Author Address: 100871, 5 Yiheyuan Road, Beijing, China.
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Wang Y, Liu L, Geng Y, Wang C, Li S. Formation of a Costs Model for Patient Rehabilitation. Iran J War Public Health 2022; 14 (3) :303-309
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