Hospital Scorecard – Strategic Management Instrument Of The Medical Sanitary Institutions
The basis of the paper was the syntagm “The hospital should begin to think as a lucrative enterprise not as a non-lucrative enterprise in which all the loss is covered by subsidies” It is well known that nowadays, in the sanitary institutions the new administration instruments put the financial motivation in opposition with the quality of medical services. It is really hard to find a common language to be understood by both the administrators of the sanitary institutions and the suppliers of the medical services. Therewith, having as a starting point the constructive research (literature review), we have proposed to demonstrate that Hospital Scorecard offers a more complete vision of the sanitary activity than that offered by financial situations, becoming this way both an appropriate instrument for a dialogue between health professional and administrative stuff, and an “improved” board panel which allows the placement of the quality in the centre of the strategic reflection.
Volume (Year): 1 (2009)
Issue (Month): 37 (May)
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