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Improving health sector performance

Hossein Jalilian

Improving health sector performance

institutions, motivations and incentives : the Cambodia dialogue

by Hossein Jalilian

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Published by Institute of Southeast Asian Studies and CDRI ... [et al.] in Singapore .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Hossein Jalilian and Vicheth Sen
SeriesGMS development series -- 1
ContributionsInstitute of Southeast Asian Studies, Vidyāsthān Paṇṭuḥ Paṇṭāl niṅ Srāvjrāv ṭoempī Qabhivaḍḍhn ̊Kambujā
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 430 p. :
Number of Pages430
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25102593M
ISBN 109789814311847, 9789814345521, 9789814311854
LC Control Number2011315621

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  Improving Quality and Value in the U.S. Health Care System Niall Brennan, Nicole Cafarella, S. Lawrence Kocot, Aaron McKethan, Marisa Morrison, Nadia Nguyen, Mark Shepard, and Reginald D Author: Niall Brennan. A strong relationship. Interactions between health and economy. Healthcare performance is strongly dependent on the economy, but also on the health systems themselves. This link should not be underestimated. Investment in health is not only a desirable, but also an essential priority for most societies. However, our health systems face tough.

Going Lean in Health Care. IHI Innovation Series white paper. Cambridge, MA: Institute for Healthcare Improvement; (Available on ) [en français: French translation of this paper also available. Lean management principles have been used effectively in manufacturing companies for decades, particularly in Japan. Introduction: The Value of Management and the Management of Value. All health care systems, no matter whether they are predominantly tax, social insurance–based, or market-based, have struggled with the issue of sustainability (defined as maintaining quality and service coverage at an affordable cost), particularly for the last have risen as a result of ageing Cited by:


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