Volume standards and value based network structures : reconfiguring medical care in private hospital networks (Book, 2010) [WorldCat.org]
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Volume standards and value based network structures : reconfiguring medical care in private hospital networks

Author: Daniel Liedtke; Charles Sturt University. Faculty ofBusiness.
Publisher: 2010.
Dissertation: D.B.A. Faculty of Business, Charles Sturt University 2010
Edition/Format:   Thesis/dissertation : Thesis/dissertation : Manuscript   Archival Material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The goal of this thesis is to provide a preliminary business model, which maximises hospital network performance by focusing on key value drivers (Medical outcome, economic efficiency and patient satisfaction) with regards to pooling of hospital care volume. However, the scope of the research work did not include the question of how the findings should be implemented in practice. The investigation focused on the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: dissertations
masters theses
doctoral dissertations
theses
Academic theses
Thèses et écrits académiques
Material Type: Thesis/dissertation, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Liedtke; Charles Sturt University. Faculty ofBusiness.
OCLC Number: 824127331
Notes: "A thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Busniness Administration."
Description: 264 pages ; 30 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Hospital industry in Switzerland --
The business problem of the Swiss Hospital Industry --
Pooling case volume and maximising hospital performance in the International Hospital Networks.
Responsibility: Daniel Liedtke.

Abstract:

"The goal of this thesis is to provide a preliminary business model, which maximises hospital network performance by focusing on key value drivers (Medical outcome, economic efficiency and patient satisfaction) with regards to pooling of hospital care volume. However, the scope of the research work did not include the question of how the findings should be implemented in practice. The investigation focused on the Swiss market and considered Swiss hospitals. Wheras the quantitative part of the research allows for an analytical generalisation regardsing Swiss hospitals in general, the qualitative part relates essentially to private hospital networks in Switzerland only. Both research methods and sample sizes were defined to gather reliable, objective and valid data that allowed the formulation of findings for the Swiss hospital market." (INTRODUCTION, p. 48 - 49).

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