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Resources can never keep pace with the demand for more and better health services.
Health service clinicians, managers and policy makers must make increasingly difficult choices among many options, seeking not only economy and efficiency but benefit to individual patients and to community.
This book is aimed at all those involved in planning, carrying out and acting upon evaluations of health services effectiveness.
It provides an essential and comprehensive guide to the theory, practice and interpretation of evaluation.
Throughout this book, the reader is provided with practical tips, case studies and discussions of advantages and disadvantages of particular techniques or procedures.
Whilst the authors have based the book on their experiences as practising public health physicians in the British National Health Service, it is applicable to any kind of health service-nationalized or private. (R. A.).
Mots-clés Pascal : Guide, Evaluation, Théorie, Méthodologie, Efficacité, Analyse coût efficacité, Analyse avantage coût, Médecine, Technologie, Epidémiologie, Information, Médecine préventive, Qualité, Soin, Etude cas, Satisfaction, Utilisateur, Royaume Uni
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Guide, Evaluation, Theory, Methodology, Efficiency, Cost efficiency analysis, Cost benefit analysis, Medicine, Technology, Epidemiology, Information, Preventive medicine, Quality, Care, Case study, Satisfaction, User, United Kingdom
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