Εφοδιασμός - logistics σε δημόσια νοσοκομεία: μελέτη περίπτωσης στο ΝΙΜΤΣ
Supply - logistics in public hospitals: case study in NIMTS
KeywordsΕφοδιαστική αλυσίδα ; Hospital logistics ; Στρατηγική διοίκηση ; Δημόσιος τομέας ; Νομοθετικές ρυθμίσεις ; Κρατικές προμήθειες ; Παραγγελίες ; Διαχείριση υλικού
The Greek National Health System (NHS) was established in 1983 providing the population with healthcare and care services with the aim of low cost and high quality at the same time. The rele-vant health legislation has not been fully activated, and we have seen years of institutional ma-nipulation with uncontrolled and uncontrolled operation of the system, resulting in expensive OECD data, turning this public good from free into a fairly expensive one. Because of its funding, it generates social inequalities, underdeveloped primary care, low profit-ability, qualitatively unbalanced compared to the private sector. Financing mechanisms have made it consistent with legislative interventions, incumbent situations and bureaucracy, although in recent years, some efforts have been made to decipher the public health body through infor-mation systems and en-try data. The public sector has encountered problems and has created a high level of black economy. Def-icits that are constantly created due to resource disparities, lack of criteria and priorities and cor-ruption have led to an unjustified increase in health expenditure with a mismatch in the quality of health care process. With a high health cost and unjustified increase in spending, it is unable to compete with the private sector in benefits since it has unacceptably received large population groups following the wave of immigration policy over the last five years without being able to cope economically. If funds are released and the health system can be conveniently and successfully funded, the outcome will be successful because the Greek Public Hospitals will effectively manage supplies of materials. Proposals for electronic settlement and coding of Hospital Logistics processes in public hospitals as well as adoption of Lean Thinking Management Philosophy and education and elimination of bureaucracy. An important role and a crucial role, the Supply Chain of Hospital materials is played through a set of activities stemming from General Material Management. They relate to the initial forecast-ing, estimation and promotion of needs, acquisition, distribution, maintenance, management, ac-counting and material management in general to support the operational work associated with refueling operations for replacement or renewal of spent materials of any nature Nursing Unit ma-terials.