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On the scientific and methodological support of the assessment of the performance and effectiveness of the control and supervision activity of the Federal Service For Surveillance On Consumer Rights Protection And Human Wellbeing


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The changes in socio-economic conditions of the modern world require the public authorities to improve the methods of management. The index of the effectiveness of this management is the achievement objectives of public interest. Based on historical data, taking into account recommendations of international organizations for the assessment of the performance and efficiency of Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing it is proposed to use infectious morbidity rate indices of the population controlled by means of vaccination; the level ofparasitic diseases; the percent ofprevented cases as a result of the activities of agencies and organizations of Federal Service For Surveillance On Consumer Rights Protection And Human Wellbeing, mortality rate due to the impact of environmental factors, percent ofprevented cases as a result of the activities of bodies and organizations of Federal Service For Surveillance On Consumer Rights Protection And Human Welbeing, the prevalence rate of diseases associated with neoplasms in the population, diseases of the circulatory system, asthma, liver disease, congenital abnormalities (newly diagnosed malformations, deformations and chromosomal abnormalities) and the value of economic loss, generated by medical and demographic losses and underproduction of Gross Domestic Product prevented by measures of Federal Service For Surveillance On Consumer Rights Protection And Human Wellbeing. Methodological approaches for monitoring and analysis of these indices have been developed. There are determined ways of the improvement of the system of collecting and processing information for the correct assessment of the performance and efficiency of service activities.


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