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Methods of Identification of Efficiency of Action of the System of Mandatory Social Medical Insurance in Ukraine

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  • Molozina Natalia A.

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The article develops and offers the author's vision of methods of analysis of efficiency of action of the system of mandatory social medical insurance by categories and indicators. These methods are required for being used when making managerial decisions when developing directions of increase of efficiency and also when further adjusting activity of state bodies of administration of the mandatory social medical insurance. In the result of the conducted study the article establishes that the project of investing into the mandatory social medical insurance by the number of revealed benefits from its adoption could be economically and socially efficient both for the state and enterprises (employers) and for an individual citizen of Ukraine. We note the following benefits: growth of the level of labour productivity, saving funds of the State Budget and enterprises for social payments, reduction of the level of morbidity and improvement of the financial state of the healthcare branch. The proposed method of assessment of efficiency of investing funds into the mandatory social medical insurance by indicators of prevented losses, saving funds of the State Budget, employer and insured person and also social indicators of the state of health of citizens and quality of their medical servicing could be used during operative and strategic planning and also state regulation of activity of the system of mandatory social medical insurance.

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  • Molozina Natalia A., 2014. "Methods of Identification of Efficiency of Action of the System of Mandatory Social Medical Insurance in Ukraine," Business Inform, RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS of NAS (KHARKIV, UKRAINE), Kharkiv National University of Economics, issue 2, pages 243-248.
  • Handle: RePEc:idp:bizinf:y:2014:i:2:p:243_248
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