Pealkiri: 

Governing Public Hospitals. Reform strategies and the movement towards institutional autonomy

Autorid: Saltman RB , Durán A , Dubois HFW
Väljaandja/tellija: World Health Organization, European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies
Märksõnad: haiglad, tervishoiukorraldus, Euroopa, tervishoid
Välja antud: 2011
Tüüp: Raamat
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Kirjeldus: Contents

Preface................................................................................................................... vii
Acknowledgements................................................................................................. ix
List of tables, fi gures and boxes............................................................................. xi
List of abbreviations............................................................................................... xiii
List of contributors.................................................................................................. xv

Introduction: innovative governance strategies in European public hospitals.......... 1
Richard B. Saltman, Antonio Durán and Hans F.W. Dubois

PART I Hospital governance in Europe
Chapter 1 The evolving role of hospitals and recent concepts of public
sector governance................................................................................................. 15
Antonio Durán, Hans F.W. Dubois and Richard B. Saltman
Chapter 2 A framework for assessing hospital governance.................................... 35
Antonio Durán, Richard B. Saltman and Hans F.W. Dubois
Chapter 3 Mapping new governance models for public hospitals........................... 55
Richard B. Saltman, Hans F.W. Dubois and Antonio Durán
Chapter 4 Conclusions and remaining issues........................................................ 75
Richard B. Saltman and Antonio Durán
Appendix Eight case studies: case study responses to key governance................ 87
questions

PART II Hospital governance in eight countries
Chapter 5 Czech Republic..................................................................................... 99
Tomas Roubal and Pavel Hrobo¿
Chapter 6 England............................................................................................... 113
Nigel Edwards
Chapter 7 Estonia................................................................................................ 141
Triin Habicht, Jarno Habicht and Maris Jesse
Chapter 8 Israel................................................................................................... 163
David Chinitz and Avi Israeli
Chapter 9 Netherlands......................................................................................... 179
Hans Maarse and Léon Lodewick
Chapter 10 Norway............................................................................................... 201
Jon Magnussen
Chapter 11 Portugal............................................................................................. 217
Vítor M. dos Reis Raposo and Ana P. de Jesus Harfouche
Chapter 12 Spain................................................................................................. 241
Arturo A. Álvarez and Antonio Durán