Assessment of innovative activity of Kazakhstan healthcare organizations

Anna Shevyakova1, Berik Sharip2
1. South Ural State University (Chelyabinsk, Russia)
2. Almaty Management University (Almaty, Kazakhstan)
Problems of Management of Innovative Development
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The article considers main tendencies of development of health of the Republic, the analysis of innovative activity of Kazakhstan medicine. The article reveals the essence and necessity of introduction of innovative technologies, which in modern conditions is one of the priority factors of organizational culture change. The ever-changing conditions in the world lead to the emergence of new health professions and, according, is not only innovative approaches to education and competencies of professionals, but also to diversify the existing medical staff, who will be able to solve the burning problems faced by medical institutions.

innovation, medicine, healthcare, medical technology, innovative activity

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