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Le cadre de sante entre logiques d'utilité économique et logiques de soins hospitaliers

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  • Robert Coulon

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The public hospital first line manager has to organize the activity of his care unit on the basis of arbitrations between two systems of logic that come more and more frequently in conflict: - The market logic / the public hospital logic - The care process logic / the patient's path logic - The function logic / the professional logic - The managerial logic / the logic "bureaucratic"

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  • Robert Coulon, 2010. "Le cadre de sante entre logiques d'utilité économique et logiques de soins hospitaliers," Post-Print hal-00602113, HAL.
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    public hospital; first-line management; quality of health care; qualité des soins; management de proximité; hôpital;

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