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Le reti sociali e i professionisti in sanità: una review della letteratura

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  • Fausto Di Vincenzo
  • Daniele Mascia
  • Dino Numerato
  • Domenico Salvatore

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Negli ultimi anni le riviste cliniche e di management hanno moltiplicato il numero di studi sul tema delle reti sociali e del capitale sociale dei professionisti nel settore sanitario. La complessità dei task, l’elevata incertezza e la crescente necessità di rispondere in tempi adeguati alle richieste dei pazienti hanno reso di vitale importanza la gestione delle interdipendenze tra organizzazioni, gruppi e singoli professionisti in questo settore. La vastità di contributi richiede un’analisi sistematica della letteratura. Questo articolo presenta una review dei principali lavori scientifici che riguardano il tema delle reti sociali e del capitale sociale tra professionisti in sanità. L’analisi riguarda 76 articoli scientifici selezionati con l’ausilio della piattaforma ISI Web of Knowledge. L’articolo riassume gli antecedenti e le conseguenze delle reti sociali tra i professionisti. La conoscenza di questi antecedenti e di queste conseguenze può essere utile a policy maker e manager aziendali per progettare le aziende sanitarie e facilitare l’introduzione di qualsiasi innovazione organizzativa.

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  • Fausto Di Vincenzo & Daniele Mascia & Dino Numerato & Domenico Salvatore, 2014. "Le reti sociali e i professionisti in sanità: una review della letteratura," MECOSAN. Menagement e economia sanitaria, FrancoAngeli Editore, vol. 2014(89), pages 71-84.
  • Handle: RePEc:fan:mesame:v:html10.3280/mesa2014-089005
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    1. Sara Barsanti & Manila Bonciani & Federico Vola & Luca Pirisi, 2016. "Innovatori, indecisi, bisognosi o autonomi. I medici di medicina generale tra integrazione e accountability," MECOSAN. Menagement e economia sanitaria, FrancoAngeli Editore, vol. 2016(98), pages 9-39.

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