We designed a scoring system to rank acute care hospital projects and allocate resources between them.
The evaluation tool assessed projects on an ordinal scale ; the criteria scored were medical interest, feasibility, interest for teaching and research, and compatibility with the hospital's strategy.
Clinical and technical projects were ranked separately.
In 1994,25 new projects, representing a total cost of $1.4 million, were reviewed by two independent reviewers.
The scores ranged from 30 to 18 over 36.
Projects presented by clinical departments scored higher than projects presented by medicotechnical departments.
Mots-clés Pascal : Allocation ressource, Hôpital, Choix, Priorité, Evaluation, Méthode étude, Projet, Economie santé, Gestion hospitalière, France, Europe
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Resource allocation, Hospital, Choice, Priority, Evaluation, Investigation method, Project, Health economy, Hospital management, France, Europe
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