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Industrial economic theory and the NHS hospital trust

Shelley Farrar

Industrial economic theory and the NHS hospital trust

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Published by Health Economics Research Unit, University of Aberdeen in Aberdeen .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Shelley Farrar.
SeriesDiscussion paper / Health Economics Research Unit -- no.03/97, Discussion paper -- no.03/97.
ContributionsUniversity of Aberdeen. Health Economics Research Unit.
The Physical Object
Pagination34p. ;
Number of Pages34
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17386223M

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By S. Farrar and Aberdeen Univ. (United Kingdom). Health Economics Research Unit. Abstract. British Library Document Supply CentreGBUnited Kingdo Topics: 05D - Economics, economic theory, 05T - Health services, health administration.

1. Introduction. Many health systems are concerned with the issue of how best to configure their hospital-based services. In addition to their other roles, hospitals appear to have a particularly important symbolic role with the public in terms of representing a strong welfare has also been argued that hospitals in the UK have a role in maintaining and improving trust in the by: Structural Change Process: The NHS.

The case study report below is complete dissection of the undertaken structural change process by the Rossett NHS Hospital Trust to achieve its business objectives. Rossett NHS Hospital Trust attempted to introduce generic worker concept involving about employees from its huge employee base of Nottingham City Hospitals NHS Trust and Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust have also implemented similar schemes to deal with the problem of the recruitment and retention of nurses in their trusts.

The NHS has also held a number of international recruitment fairs in recent years in order to address the issue of shortages of nurses within the sector. The interdependence between governance, finance and risk management.

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