The state of the healthcare system in the regions of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation

DOI: 10.33917/mic-4.111.2023.82-93

Examines the state of the healthcare system in the regions of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation based on the analysis of the level of provision of the population with healthcare facilities and personnel, judging by such specific indicators of annual state statistical reporting as the number of doctors of all specialties and secondary medical personnel, the burden on healthcare workers, the number of secondary medical personnel per doctor, the population per one a hospital bed, the capacity of outpatient clinics, the morbidity of the population with a diagnosis established for the first time in their lives. The ranking of the main classes of diseases according to the indicator characterizing the number of cases was also carried out. The dynamics of changes in these specific indicators from 2005 to 2021 is given, which allowed us to identify trends towards an increase or decrease in the quantitative values of the indicators under consideration.


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