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Analisi dei criteri per la definizione di standard sanitari nazionali

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Il lavoro si propone di verificare lo stato di attuazione degli standard sanitari nazionali, alla luce delle riforme che si sono susseguite dalla nascita del Servizio Sanitario Nazionale fino alla riforma dell'assetto costituzionale in senso federalista, con una particolare enfasi sui Livelli Essenziali di Assistenza da erogare uniformemente su tutto il territorio nazionale. La garanzia dell'applicazione dei LEA passa necessariamente per un sistema di misurazione e verifica dei livelli stessi, che sia valido, affidabile, condiviso e omogeneo tra tutti i livelli di governo della sanità. Il ruolo del Nuovo Sistema Informatico Sanitario e del Progetto Mattoni del SSN in questa area è quello di sviluppare un sistema di monitoraggio e valutazione delle prestazioni sanitarie, al fine di migliorarne l'efficienza e l'accessibilità. Il lavoro, dopo aver descritto l'evoluzione giuridica dei Livelli Essenziali di Assistenza attraverso le riforme del settore sanitario, descrive i progetti NSIS e Mattoni, indica in quali settori abbiano iniziato ad essere operativi, e con quali risultati.

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  • Compagnoni, Viola, 2005. "Analisi dei criteri per la definizione di standard sanitari nazionali," POLIS Working Papers 54, Institute of Public Policy and Public Choice - POLIS.
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