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Bliakhman L. S.
Professor of Department of Economics of Enterprise and Entrepreneurship, St. Petersburg State University, PhD (Economics), Professor, Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation

National health as a key problem of the new industrialization (Russia, St. Petersburg)
New industrialization sets higher requirements for the physical and psychic health of the population, including the increase of labor-active life, decrease of socially-conditioned mortality, etc.; health care thus turns into a key sector of national and global economy. National health in Russia does not meet yet the new requirements: Russia needs an in-depth reform in organization of the national health care system, including not only medicine, pharmacology, production of medical equipment, and medical insurance, but the whole system of factors that define health over generations. Experience of various health care systems should be taken into account according to Russian specific situation
Key words: new industrialization, national health and its evaluation, health care as a sector of national and global economies, medical insurance, national health care systems, reform of health care system, health care complex
Pages: 50 - 61

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