№2, 2013

Sakina I. Aghazadeh, Roza O. Shahverdiyeva

The article addresses the identification and structural analysis of the statistical data necessary for analysis and evaluation of treatment processes within the framework of medical information systems. The role and place of statistical indicators in decision making processes, the purpose of statistical analysis, types of indicators, as well as statistical standards and criteria were particularly researched. Comparative analysis of hospital indicators is provided. (pp. 52-60)

Keywords:health indicators, health services, statistical indicators, statistical standards and criterion, medical information systems
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