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Productiviteitstrends in de sector verpleging, verzorging en thuiszorg

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  • Dumaij, A.C.M.

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De productiviteit in de VVT-sector is in de periode 1972-1996 gedaald met gemiddeld 0,6 procent per jaar. Vanaf 1997 is de productiviteitsdaling gemiddeld 2 procent per jaar. De daling van de productiviteit valt in de periode waarin veel veranderingen van de AWBZ hebben plaatsgevonden en waarin ook meer en meer kwaliteitsbeleid is gevoerd. Tegelijk is de zorgzwaarte toegenomen. Zorgelijk is de autonome toename van de inzet van personeel in de hele periode en (geringe) afname van gebruik van materiaal en kapitaal. De aard van de dienstverlening leent zich misschien niet voor substitutie van personeel voor materiaal en kapitaal. Dieper inzicht in de oorzaken van de productiviteitsdaling kan verkregen worden door systematische bedrijfsvergelijkingen van alle VVT-instellingen op prestatie-indicatoren, waaronder de productie, ingezette middelen, prijzen en productiviteitsontwikkeling, maar ook technologie en innovatiebeleid, inkoopbeleid, personeelsbeleid, governance en managementstructuur. Dergelijke bedrijfsvergelijking kan de basis vormen voor nieuw beleid.

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Paper provided by Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management in its series Economics and Management of Innovation Working Papers with number 2011-1.

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Date of creation: 01 Nov 2011
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Handle: RePEc:dgr:tudemi:20111

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