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New Strategy Formation Outlines for The Organizational and Managerial Support of The Southern Federal District Oncology Service Activities

New Strategy Formation Outlines for The Organizational and Managerial Support of The Southern Federal District Oncology Service Activities

Journal of Economic Regulation, , Vol. 12 (no. 2),

The article presents the results of the new strategy outlines development for organizational and managerial activities support in the framework of the previously support considered areas: personnel policy; assessment of competencies; infrastructure and digital environment; specialized medical care; scientific policy; quality assessment policy. The basis of the methodological framework is formed by the strategic approach in economics and management. During the empirical part of the study, the following methods were used: the method of expert assessments, the method of SWOT analysis. The resources, external and internal factors, strengths and weaknesses, opportunities and threats of implementing activities in the field of healthcare institution organizational and managerial support were analyzed on the example of the Federal State Budgetary Institution " NMRC of Oncology" of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation as the " head " organization of the Southern Federal District in the field of "oncology". The instruments of SWOT analysis were carried out in several stages using qualitative and quantitative methods. The article presents a final review of the results of the SWOT analysis, which allows us to draw conclusions about the choice of the contours of organizational and managerial support strategies (the strategy of extreme optimism, which is based on measures to implement existing opportunities, as well as a conservative strategy, which is based on measures that use the strengths of the organization in order to overcome threats). The study confirmed the hypothesis that the contours of the strategy of organizational and managerial support of activities contribute to the strategizing of common goals and objectives and the design of key areas of activity of medical institutions in order to ensure a high level of involvement of employees at all levels in achieving performance indicators and increasing indicators of scientific performance.


Keywords: customer-oriented strategy, personnel policy, digitalization, informatization, high-tech assistance, specialized medical care, strategic planning outlines

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