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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Reasons of taking Medico-Social for Adaptation of Regional medicine supply Systems to Personalized Pharmaceutical Care of different age groups

Author: GALINA GLEMBOTSKAYA, ALLA V. BAKHAREVA, ANASTASIA S. KALININA, STANISLAV YU. EREMIN, IRINA V. SPICHAK, EKATERINA V. BOYKO
Abstract: In this research, we recognized signs of the case of personalized pharmaceutical application for purpose people groups at the regional level, in a standard region, planning to develop a differentiated way to such attention. The rationale for the choice of the Moscow Region as a model region is based on its specific socio-economic signs and a comparison of these with respective average Russian values. A need was shown to refurbish patient-oriented pharmaceutical care, particularly for specific community groups, such as children, women of working age (mothers), and the elderly. A situation analysis of the state of drug supply for Moscow Region outpatients and inpatients revealed room for improvement. Analysis and synthesis of data gained after the application of statistical tests allowed structuring of indicators that will be used in the development of key elements of a conceptual model of rational drug supply within the framework of personalized health care for the population groups requiring a differentiated approach the most (i.e., target groups).
Keyword: personalized health care, patient-oriented pharmaceutical care, regional drug supply systems, medico-social indicators, conceptual modeling, target population groups.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.04.0315
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