Efficiency, effectiveness, equity (E3). Evaluating hospital performance in three dimensions
There are well-established frameworks for comparing the performance of health systems cross-nationally on multiple dimensions. A sub-set of such comprehensive schema is taken up by criteria specifically applied to health service delivery, including hospital performance.
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