• Evgeny Kostyrin Bauman Moscow State Technical University (National Research University of Technology)
Keywords: dynamic programming, medical organization, development fund, R. Bellman’s equations, MS Excel software product


The paper presents the solution of the problem to distribute the fund amounts for the medical organization development among its departments. The author formulates R. Bellman equations and proposes the solution of the problem through the application of the dynamic programming methods using the capabilities of the MS Excel Solver Tool. The criterion for making a decision on investing funds of the medical organization development foundation into its departments is proved, and a mechanism of practical implementation of the task is shown on the example of one of the Moscow medical organizations. As a criterion, it is proposed to use the ratio of the share of the i-th doctor’ contributions in the reporting period to the development of a medical institution among all doctors making similar contributions to the average cost of providing one paid medical service by the i-th doctor.

In this work the author proposes a new approach to solve the problem of distribution of investments – the emphasis is on the centers of responsibility which are the medical organization departments, and as a source of funding is the medical institution Development Fund, which volume depends on the performance of each employee. This approach facilitates the most effective redistribution of financial resources among the departments and provides funding for equipping the workplace of medical and non-medical personnel with high-tech hospital facilities, modern medicines, advanced training of medical personnel. Eventually, it involves all the personnel in the management of the medical organization and becomes an additional incentive to increase productivity. Using the author’s tools based on the methods of dynamic programming, R. Bellman’s equations and built-in tools of the MS Excel software makes it possible to automate the process of managerial decision-making.

Author Biography

Evgeny Kostyrin , Bauman Moscow State Technical University (National Research University of Technology)

РhD (Economics), Associate Professor, assistant professor of Chair of Finance, Engineering Business and Management School (IBM5)


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