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Title: The Influence of Medical Services Public Management on the Population’ Life Quality
Authors: Ursakii, Yuliia
Barzylovych, Anastasiia
Nadezhdenko, Alina
Mamatova, Tetiana
Chykarenko, Oleksii
Kravchenko, Sergiy
Keywords: Public Services
quality of life
Correlation Analysis
Economic and Mathematical Model
Medical Services
Public Administration
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: WSEAS Transactions on Environment and Development. Volume 17, 2021, Art. #60, pp. 619-629
Abstract: The purpose of this article is to study the factors that have a direct impact on improving the quality of life through improving public administration in the field of health care. In the course of our research are considered the following aspects: significant economic and social aspects of the medical sphere that affect the quality of life; a list of public services that are of significant public interest and have the greatest impact on quality of life, methodological approaches to assessing the quality of life, the main problems and possible ways to improve public health policy to improve the quality of life. To achieve the objectives of the study, several statistical indicators were selected and a number of statistical methods of analysis were used: pairwise correlation, regression analysis, methods of comparison, synthesis and comparison. Statistical analysis was conducted according to the countries of the European continent, which belong to different social models. An economic-mathematical model of the dependence of the Quality of Life Index on the factors of public management of medical services has been built, which shows that the increase in the Quality of Life Index by 70.2% is due to the level of state funding, insurance and the number of hospital beds. One of the main conclusions is the fact that the Health Index, along with the Purchasing Power Index, have the greatest positive impact on the quality of life of the population. According to the results of the regression analysis, it was found that that the most statistically and practically significant factor of the linear dependence of the studied indicators of public health services management on the Quality of Life Index is public expenditures in the field of health care. In this context, public policy should be mainly aimed at addressing the problems of efficient allocation of resources and fragmentation of policies and strategies for the development of effective socio economic systems for providing quality health services to ensure a high level of quality of life.
ISSN: ISSN / E-ISSN: 1790-5079 / 2224-3496
Appears in Collections:06.58.55 Споживання. Рівень життя. Добробут. Соціальна політика

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