Recently, many reforms have been carried out in the field of health, and one of the areas of great attention is the payroll budget. The problem is quite relevant, so the President of the Russian Federation ordered the Government of the Russian Federation to submit proposals for improving the sectoral system of remuneration for medical workers. The main regulations of these proposals should be to legislate the share of guaranteed salary payments in the salary structure (at least 55%) taking into account not a decrease in the total achieved average salary level, as well as to establish a list of compensation and incentive payments. Currently, this list is established by the institution independently taking into account the recommendations of federal and regional sectoral executive bodies. The analysis holds the important role in assessing the efficiency of the distribution and formation of a payroll budget. Labor utilization requires permanent and continuous analysis, as in the context of limited funding, the head of the institution needs to find reserves to improve the efficiency. The indicators used for the analysis should be valid (i.e. aimed at achieving the purpose of the study), informative (allowing assessing not only the actual state, but also predicting the expected result), available for the collection of initial data for subsequent analysis and monitored over time (dynamics). The paper presents the methodology for assessing the efficiency of the payroll budget, which is informative and easy to use, the indicators of which meet all the necessary requirements.
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31 March 2022
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Golova, E. E., & Baranova, I. V. (2022). Efficiency Evaluation Of The General Staff Payroll Budget In Public Health Institutions. In & I. Savchenko (Ed.), Freedom and Responsibility in Pivotal Times, vol 125. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 149-155). European Publisher. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2022.03.19