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The Regionalization of personal health services

The Regionalization of personal health services

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Published by Published for the Milbank Memorial Fund by Prodist in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Medical care -- United States -- Congresses,
    • Regional medical programs -- United States -- Congresses,
    • Health planning -- United States -- Congresses,
    • Personal health services -- Congresses,
    • Regional medical programs -- Congresses,
    • Health and welfare planning -- Congresses

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Ernest W. Saward.
      ContributionsSaward, Ernest W., Milbank Memorial Fund.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRA395.A3 R42
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 305 p. :
      Number of Pages305
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5202447M
      ISBN 100882020625
      LC Control Number75026925
      OCLC/WorldCa1602264

      Charity Health Care Systems (SCHCS), Cincinnati, is meeting the labor shortage head-on through col­ laborative regionalization among its facilities. Regionalization develops an integrated continu­ um of care on local and regional bases, helps SCHCS members avoid duplication of services, and ensures communities' future access to care by. Free Online Library: The regionalization of laboratory services. (Regionalization, part 1) (Cover Story) by "Medical Laboratory Observer"; Business Health care industry Biomedical laboratories Forecasts and trends Medical laboratory technology Medical technology Regional medical programs.

      Regionalization of health services [print]: the Puerto Rican experience Responsibility written for the International Epidemiological Association and the World Health Organization by Guillermo Arbona and Annette B. Ramírez de Arellano. Health services: WHO health topic page on health services provides links to descriptions of activities, reports, publications, statistics, news, multimedia and events, as well as contacts and cooperating partners in the various WHO programmes and offices working on this topic.

      Regionalization is a countervailing force in the national and international business cycles. Professors Hideaki Hirata and Christopher Otrok, and IMF researcher M. Ayhan Kose, delve into masses of data from nations to assess the strength of that influence in driving economies.6/ Scot H Simpson Regionalization refers to the creation of an intermediary administrative and governance structure (often referred to as a regional health authority or board) that assumes responsibility for organizing and delivering health care services to a defined population.1 The formation of a regional health board shifts the responsibility for decisions about funding and allocating health.


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Regionalization in health services is a technical and ad-ministrative decentralization mechanism that involves the settlement of different levels of care. Gathering and inter - action of these levels constitute the regional system of medical care that should be part of a national health sys - tem.

In this paper, a chronological analysis of the. This report examines regionalization experiences of government services providers for lessons learned and best practices. It analyzes models in the fields of education, public safety, regional councils, water/waste management and economic development, and provides 17 detailed case studies.

In this first report, the Working Group made a strong case for why the regionalization of public health services was important and laid the foundation for how regionalization could be realized. Drawing on research from other states and service sectors, the report highlighted the success of regional.

Regionalization and Health Services Restructuring in Saskatchewan 35 The first involves the creation of units of organization whose mandate is to manage previously fragmente d health service Author: Gregory Marchildon.

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The regionalization of health in Ceará, coordinated by the Department of Health of the State (Secretaria de Saúde do Estado - SESA), was characterized by the document “Reorganization guidelines of the care and services of the Unified Health System of Ceará”, approved by the State Council of Health Cited by: 3.

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53 Regionalization as One Manifestation of the Pursuit of the Holy Grail Stephen Duckett Alberta’s implementation of a centralized structure for healthcare delivery. regionalization: [ re″jun-al-ĭ-za´shun ] a health care system under which all institutions and agencies in a given geographical area are organized under a single board and administration; it may involve the integration of some or all of the service providers in the region.

The Regionalization Evaluation Services (RES) evaluates the animal health status of foreign regions (zones) and the risk of disease introduction via commodities for import into the United States.

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Regionalization of health care is a method of providing high-quality, cost-efficient health care to the largest number of patients.

Within pediatric medicine, regionalization has been undertaken in 2 areas: neonatal intensive care and pediatric trauma by: The book will be of interest to economists, geographers, planners and regional scientists because it explains the latest trends in global and regional industrial development.

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the objective of this article is to reveal the shortcomings of regional health autho-rities in Canada while at the same time arguing that changes can be made to increase the chances of more workable authorities. Keywords regionalization, health authorities, Canada International Journal of Health Services 0(0) 1–19.

The Author(s). Furthermore, regionalization of health care services is an integral part of the Canadian universal health care system. In New Zealand, the Local Government Amalgamation Act of decreased the number of local governments by 67%, increased accountability for local government boards, and thus was expected to reduce spending (7).Regionalization is the tendency to form decentralized regions.

Regionalization or land classification can be observed in various disciplines: In agriculture, see Agricultural Land Classification.; In biogeography, see Biogeography#Biogeographic units.; In ecology, see Ecological land classification.; In geography, it has two ways: the process of delineating the Earth, its small areas or other.Personal health services are delivered individually.

They can be of therapeutic or rehabilitative nature, and may generate positive externalities. Non-personal health services are actions applied either to collectives (e.g., mass health education) or to the non-human components of .