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Riorganizzazione per intensità di cura: la sfida dell’Ospedale Mauriziano di Torino

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  • Giuseppe De Filippis
  • Chiara Serpieri
  • Graziella Costamagna
  • Arianna Vitale
  • Angela Del Sal
  • Maria Cristina Favero Fra
  • Daniela Dearca
  • Patrizia Lantero
  • Silvia Scoffone
  • Marika Giacometti
  • Paola Malvasio

Abstract

L’Ospedale per intensita di cura e un modello organizzativo che mira a garantire la sostenibilita del sistema, considerando la transizione epidemiologica, la dinamica dell’innovazione tecnologica, la centralita del pazientecittadino, l’imperativo sociale della qualita delle cure, la limitata disponibilita di risorse e la necessita di un utilizzo appropriato delle risorse stesse. Al Mauriziano di Torino, a fine 2012, e partito un nuovo progetto per realizzare il modello per intensita di cura in tutto l’Ospedale, che si completera in tutti i dipartimenti assistenziali dell’AO nel triennio 2013-2015. L’obiettivo del paper e descrivere il progetto di riorganizzazione per intensita di cura e la relativa implementazione in ospedale.

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  • Giuseppe De Filippis & Chiara Serpieri & Graziella Costamagna & Arianna Vitale & Angela Del Sal & Maria Cristina Favero Fra & Daniela Dearca & Patrizia Lantero & Silvia Scoffone & Marika Giacometti & , 2015. "Riorganizzazione per intensità di cura: la sfida dell’Ospedale Mauriziano di Torino," MECOSAN. Menagement e economia sanitaria, FrancoAngeli Editore, vol. 2015(94), pages 115-135.
  • Handle: RePEc:fan:mesame:v:html10.3280/mesa2015-094007
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