Journal article Open Access
Gorobievschi, Svetlana; Caușan, Corina
The article deals with the problem of medical services quality assessment as a factor that increases the average life expectancy and population life quality. In this context, some theoretical conceptions are brought about the quality of life and their connection with the quality of medical services provided to the population. The article presents some methodological and practical debates on the System of medical services quality evaluation proposed by the Russian scholars. The authors partially agree with this method, bringing serious arguments for introducing indicators, that would take into account the evaluation of medical services throughout the chain of medical management. Because in the 21st century the concept of medical treatment has changed: it provides implementation for Family Physicians Centers, undoubtedly, they will contribute to the increase of medical services quality, that is why it is welcome to implement other indicators of primary medical care evaluation as well as family doctors activity.