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PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 2 (74), 2020
ECONOMIC GLOBALIZATION AND ISSUES OF NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Kislitsyna O. A.
Leading research fellow, Institute of Economics, Russian Academy of Science (Moscow), PhD (Economics), Professor
Chubarova T. V.
Head of the Center of Economic Theory of the Social Sector, Institute of Economics, Russian Academy of Science (Moscow), PhD (Economics), Professor

The use of composite indices to measure the activities of the health care system:
the international experience (Russia, Moscow)
Improving health care system is part of the political agenda around the world. The search of simple, clear and practical approaches to the evaluation of health care system acquires particular significance nowadays, and composite indices gained broad popularity in this sphere. The article describes the key international and national initiatives that allow evaluation of health-care systems with the use of composite indices.
Key words: health care, health care system, composite indices, international experience in the sphere of health care
Pages: 100 - 104



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