2022 № 10 Features of the organization of work of paramedical personnel of emergency medical care in the conditions of COVID‑19
In recent years, the ambulance service in our country has been undergoing changes in the direction of reducing the number of stations, medical personnel, as well as persons who have been assisted on trips, which has increased the burden on this healthcare sector in the context of the spread of a new coronavirus infection.
The purpose of the study is to develop proposals to improve the organization of the work of the ЕMС in the conditions of the spread of a new coronavirus infection.
Materials and methods. To study the organization of work, information was copied from call cards (n=134 before the
pandemic, during the pandemic n=2058), the study of the frequency and validity of ЕMС calls was carried out using a developed questionnaire.
Statistical processing of the material was carried out using the Statistika 10.0 software package. Statistical differences were considered significant at p<0.05.
Results and discussions. It was found that in the conditions of the spread of a new coronavirus infection, the number of calls and the time spent on their full processing increased, and factors affecting the duration of the call were also identified. In addition, an increase in the number of unreasonable calls was detected and their causes were determined.
Findings. The developed proposals for improving the work of the ЕMС will reduce time losses when making a call and increase public awareness of the reasons for calling an ambulance
2013 № 10 Improvement of the bonus payments system as an important element of the transition to «the effective contract» (Administration Health Committee of St. Petersburg the City Ambulance Station, St. Petersburg, Russia)
The article contains the review of the modification of the calculation method for the Ambulance Station employees' bonus payments which is focused on the final results. The performance evaluation criteria, the positive & negative sides of the new document are discussed.