Обхват и цели на структурите за оценка на здравни технологии

  • Ралица Райчева
  • Румен Стефанов
Keywords: оценка на здравни технологии, обхват на дейностите, цели на организацията, устав на организацията, стратегически план

Abstract

Цел: Това проучване има за цел да идентифицира и критично анализира обхвата и целите на организациите за оценка на здравни технологии (ОЗТ).

Материал и методи: Извършено е международно уеб-базирано проучване на ОЗТ организации с разнообразен профил.

Резултати: Общо бяха попълнени 111 въпросници (35.58% възвращаемост) от 39 държави на 5 континента. Според сферата на въздействие на резултатите от дейността им, ОЗТ организациите оперират на следните нива – международно (n=61, 54.95±8.76%), национално (n=92, 82.88±9.74%), местно, регионално (n=73, 65.77±9.24%) и друго (n=6, 6.31±3.40%). Устав, който да определя дейността, реда и функционирането на организацията, е приет от 60.55±4.68% (n=60). От приоритетните за организацията сфери на дейност с най-голям относителен дял е оценката на здравни технологии 81.65±13.32% (n=89), последвана от дейности, свързани с политиката на здравеопазване 50.46±11.14% (n=55) и извършване на изследователска дейност 43.12±10.43% (n=47).

Заключение: Процесите на адаптация и приспособяване преминават и през тенденцията за изохронно изработване на доклади, научни изследвания в областта на здравните услуги и оценки на качеството в рамките на ОЗТ структурата. Развитието на дейността на агенциите в тези насоки отразява увереността, че знанията, необходими за управление на здравната система, базирани на научнообоснован подход, се простират отвъд обхвата на класическите ОЗТ доклади.

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Райчева Р, Стефанов Р. Обхват и цели на структурите за оценка на здравни технологии. Редки болести и лекарства сираци [Internet]. 2020Jan.5 [cited 2020Oct.24];10(4):14-1. Available from: http://journal.raredis.org/index.php/RBLS/article/view/100
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