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Στόχοι βελτίωσης του Δευτεροβάθμιου επιπέδου φροντίδας Πέλλας: Δυνατότητες, περιορισμοί και διοικητικά εργαλεία για την επίτευξή τους (Greek, Ancient (to 1453))

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  • Author(s): Ναούμ, Συμεών
  • Source:
    Scientific Chronicles / Epistimonika Chronika; 2020, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p100-120, 21p
  • Additional Information
    • Alternate Title:
      Goals to improve the Secondary Health Care in Pella: Opportunities, limitations and management tools to achieve. (English)
    • Abstract:
      The Regional Unit of Pella was selected to be analyzed about its basic health characteristics based on demographic, socio-economic, epidemiological and structural factors of the health system. From the analysis of the above mentioned health characteristics, there were found shortages of medical staff, equipment (CTscan), under-functioning of the psychiatric department of Giannitsa General Hospital, inadequate staff training, lack of a realistic framework for medical and nursing staff motivation, etc., as well as a possible increase in demand for health services. Based on the above findings and the assistance of the S.W.O.T analysis, three strategic goals/priorities are proposed in order to improve the health care provided by Pella general hospitals. In addition, the limitations for their application were explored and analyzed, and as far as the management tools available in the literature are concerned, the method of "Balanced Scorecard" and the "Pareto analysis" were selected and described, which are proposed to be used in order to achieve and implement the strategic objectives. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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