НАЦИОНАЛЬНАЯ АКАДЕМИЯ НАУК АЗЕРБАЙДЖАНА
СТРУКТУРНЫЙ АНАЛИЗ СТАТИСТИЧЕСКИХ ДАННЫХ ДЛЯ ОЦЕНКИ ЛЕЧЕБНЫХ ПРОЦЕССОВ В СОСТАВЕ МЕДИКО-ИНФОРМАЦИОННЫХ СИСТЕМ
Агазаде Сакина И., Шахвердиева Роза О.

Статья посвящена определению и структурному анализу необходимых статистических данных для анализа и оценки лечебных процессов в составе медицинских информационных систем. Подробно исследованы роль и место статистических индикаторов, цель статистического анализа и больных, статистические стандарты и критерии, типы индикаторов в процессе принятия решений. Дан сравнительный анализ показателей лечебных организаций. (стр. 52-60)

Ключевые слова:медицинские индикаторы, медицинские услуги, статистические показатели, статистические стандарты и критерии, медико-информационные системы
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