European hospitals

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  • It will not have escaped the notice of anybody who happens to be living in Europe at this time that the organisation of health care services has been and continues to be in a seemingly permanent state of flux. In some countries this is perhaps more noticeable than others, but no health system is free of the challenge of change. The dynamic for this process has been primarily, but not solely, one of controlling costs, but the modernising of health services delivery within Europe has proved to be not simply one of financial stringencies....

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  • .Hospitals in a changing Europe .European Observatory on Health Care Systems Series Series Editors Josep Figueras is Head of the Secretariat and Research Director of the European Observatory on Health Care Systems and Head of the European Centre for Health Policy, World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe. Martin McKee is Research Director of the European Observatory on Health Care Systems and Professor of European Public Health at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine as well as a co-director of the School’s European Centre on Health of Societies in Transition.

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  • This book is based on a doctoral thesis completed at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge. It benefited from research funding provided by Gonville and Caius College and the Faculty of Law in Cambridge, and from the hospitality and generous assistance of Professors Jürgen Basedow and Reinhard Zimmermann during a period at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg, and of Professor George Bermann during a period as a Visiting Scholar at Columbia University....

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  • This series constitutes a collection of selected papers presented at the International Conference on Medical Imaging and Informatics (MIMI2007), held during August 14–16, in Beijing, China. The conference, the second of its kind, was funded by the European Commission (EC) under the Asia IT&C programme and was co-organized by Middlesex University, UK and Capital University of Medical Sciences, China. The aim of the conference was to initiate links between Asia and Europe and to exchange research results and ideas in the field of medical imaging.

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  • The health impacts of a range of air pollutants are evaluated in this paper. However, to avoid double counting, it follows Kunzli et al. (1999) in using PM10 (particulate matter with an equivalent aerodynamic diameter of 10 µm or less) as the single indicator (the index pollutant) of the health impacts of common ambient air pollutants, and including non-overlapping health endpoints2 only when calculating the total health impact of air emissions.

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  • Given the nature of such strategic decisions, the question of what is the relevant time frame over which economic value is created or destroyed becomes salient. A short-term focus on creating value exclusively for shareholders may result in the loss of value over the longer term through a failure to make the necessary investments in process and product quality and safety. Such a short-term approach to decision-making often implies both an inter-temporal loss of profit and a negative externality being imposed on stakeholders. That is, managers take decisions that increase...

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  • However, referring to the PPP Book 2011 released by the National Development Agency (BAPPENAS), 9 currently only selected sectors are being offered to the private sector, namely the Water Supply & Sanitation sector, Road sector, Power sector, Solid Waste Management sector and Transport sector (Monorail, Bus & Rail Terminals and Transjakarta). Though included in the PPP Book, no projects are proposed for the other sectors, namely the oil and gas sector, water resources sector and the telecommunications sector.

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  • We register all deaths in Coos County, using the automated OVERS system, and forward the information to the state, as required by administrative rules. Births are now registered by the hospitals directly with the state through the automated system. Three deputy registrars are available to provide birth and death certificates within 24 hours of request, and often can respond immediately to walk-in requests for certificates.

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  • Sudden cardiac death continues to present an important challenge in Europe, the United States, and other developed countries. Major difficulties exist in identifying individuals at risk prior to an episode of a ventricular tachyarrhythmia or a sudden cardiac arrest, and in responding in a timely fashion to the person suffering from the catastrophic event out of hospital. The European Society of Cardiology has established guidelines on how to address some of these issues.

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  • Nowadays, Information and Communication Systems Technologies are rapidly expanding in order to fulfill the increased needs of our demanding modern Information Society. More and more fundings are invested every year for the development of new, innovative and technologically advanced Information Systems that will be efficient enough to satisfy users’ requirements and be adaptive enough so as to cooperate with the cutting‐edge aspects of IT and mobile technologies.

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  • This book became possible thanks to financial support from the Uni- versity of Leicester and the Training and Mobility of Researchers Marie Curie Programme of the Commission of the European Union. The comparative research for this project was conducted in the li- braries of the universities of a number of European countries, as well as in the USA.

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  • In 2009, local governments owned 78% of all hospital beds, almost 20% of which were in Budapest. Hungary has followed the general European trend of reducing the number of acute hospital beds, both through real reductions and through bed reallocations to different types of services. The capacity for long-term nursing care in both the inpatient and outpatient setting is still considered insufficient and thus unable to meet the needs of the ageing population. In general, the average length of stay and hospital admission rates have decreased since 1990, as have bed occupancy rates. ...

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