Quality as a Strategy for the Development of Competitive Advantages in the health Institutions for Achieving Business Success
AbstractBackground: The aim of this paper is to explore the place, role and importance of modern approaches in determining the strategic position of health institutions. Methodology: This paper presents an analysis of economic indicators of business performance, and an analysis of financial indicators from the perspective of the BSC model. Results: Health care organizations achieve success in their operations of developing systems for measuring and evaluating resources from which to create strategies and develop skills. Conclusion: BSC is a framework, a way to develop the mission and strategy, which along with help, inform about the methods of evaluation of health workers on the stimulation to the past and projected future success.
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This chapter was published in: Veselin Dickov , , pages 131-137, 2012.
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