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Cadres de santé, gestion des soins et contrôle de gestion - Health managers, care management and management control

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  • Robert Coulon

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(VF)Depuis 2002, les réformes entreprises dans les hôpitaux sensibilisent les cadres de santé à la gestion économique de leur unité de soin. Ces cadres sont-ils déjà très absorbés par des tâches relevant du contrôle de gestion ou bien restent-ils essentiellement des managers centrés l’organisation quotidienne des soins ? L’objectif de ce papier de recherche, qui repose sur des observations et sur un questionnaire, est de répondre précisément à cette question. Il met en évidence le fait que les cadres de santé, absorbés par les compromis quotidiens nécessaires à l’organisation des soins, ne sont que très peu impliqués dans le contrôle de gestion de leur unité.(VA)Since 2002, reforms in hospitals educate first line managers to the economic management of their care unit. These managers are they already absorbed by management control tasks or are they mainly occupied on daily organization of care? The aim of this research paper, based on observations and a questionnaire is to answer that question specifically. It highlights the fact that managers of health, absorbed by the daily necessary compromises for care organization, are very little involved in the management control of their unit.

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  • Robert Coulon, 2011. "Cadres de santé, gestion des soins et contrôle de gestion - Health managers, care management and management control," Working Papers CREGO 1110604, Université de Bourgogne - CREGO EA7317 Centre de recherches en gestion des organisations.
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    hôpital; management de proximité; contrôle de gestion; gestion des soins; public hospital; first line management; management control; care management.;

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    • I19 - Health, Education, and Welfare - - Health - - - Other
    • L39 - Industrial Organization - - Nonprofit Organizations and Public Enterprise - - - Other

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