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THE HUMAN RESOURCES USING EFFICIENCY IN POLISH PUBLIC HOSPITALS - SPATIO-TEMPORAL ANALYSIS

Abstrakt:

Within many health care systems worldwide, increased attention is being focused on human resources management (HRM). Specifically, human resources are one of three principle health system inputs, with the other two major inputs: physical capital and consumables. Human resources, when pertaining to health care, can be defined as the different kinds of clinical and non-clinical staff responsible for public and individual health intervention. As arguably the most important of the health system inputs, the performance and the benefits the system can deliver, depend largely upon the knowledge, skills and motivation of those individuals responsible for delivering health services. The article is focused on an identification of spatio-temporal diversification of human resources using efficiency in Polish public hospitals. The data collection was achieved through secondary sources such as The Ministry of Health in Poland. The main human resources issues and questions, along with the analysis of the human resources impact on the health care system was examined, as well as the identification of the trends in health sector reform. These trends include efficiency, equity and quality objectives.

Autor: Agnieszka KRAWCZYK-SOŁTYS, Agnieszka TŁUCZAK

Vydanie: 2017/4     Strany: 6-14     Klasifikácia JEL: O15, D61, D60

Kľúčové slová: efficiency, public hospital, human resources

Sekcia: HUMAN RESOURCES AND PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT

Kontakty:
Agnieszka Krawczyk-Sołtys, PhD,
Research Center for Management in Health Care,
Faculty of Economics,
Opole University,
Ozimska 46a, 45-058 Opole,
Poland
akrawczyk.soltys@uni.opole.pl

Agnieszka Tłuczak, PhD,
Research Center for Management in Health Care,
Faculty of Economics,
Opole University,
Ozimska 46a, 45-058 Opole,
Poland
atluczak@uni.opole.pl


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