Author page: Pugacheva J.А.

Some aspects of the organizational and financial and economic activities of the hospital

DOI: 10.33917/mic-1.108.2023.93-100

The article analyzes the activities of a multidisciplinary hospital in the period before and after the introduction of anti-covid measures. An assessment of the effectiveness of the bed fund is given. Some indicators of financial and economic activity are presented: the main indicators of the balance structure, the formation of the main income, the analysis of the level of wages.


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