Λειτουργικά προβλήματα διοίκησης ιδιωτικών νοσοκομείων στην Αττική
SubjectΝοσοκομεία -- Διοίκηση και οργάνωση ; Νοσοκομεία -- Ελλάδα ; Hospitals -- Greece ; Hospitals -- Administration
As it is known, Greece is a country that has one of the highest private health expenditures worldwide. The private health service units have flourished in recent years and contributes substantially to meet the needs of our country's population. The region of Attica has the largest concentration of private hospitals, including maternity clinics. In this paper, we make an effort to approach the operational management problems of these units. The work consists of two parts. The first section analyzes the specific features found in the organization of private hospitals, the image of the Greek market of private hospitals and the problems encountered in the administrative function. The second part presents a survey on the management problems of private hospitals in the region of Attica. The method used for research is the questionnaire, which addressed only to executives of private hospitals in Athens. The structure of the questionnaire was based on the main administrative functions found in a private hospital. Then, the survey results are analyzed by descriptive statistics. Finally, conclusions of the work are presented taking into account both parties. As is known, the only way to improve something is to identify its weaknesses and correct them. In today's competitive environment of private hospitals, with the rapid development of this industry, changes must be a way of life for hospital administration. This thesis identifies what should be these changes and suggests ways of implementing them.