Archives for February 14th, 2002

STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF HEALTHCARE ORGANIZATIONS

Book News, PublicNet: 14 February, 2002

By Peter Ginter, W Jack Duncan and Linda SwayneStrategic Management of Health Care Organizations, Third Edition is a comprehensive and concise text on strategic management as it applies to a variety of health care organizations including physicians’ offices, hospitals, long term care facilities, health departments, and others. The central theme of the text is that business-oriented strategic management can improve the success of health care organizations in a turbulent environment. Current health care examples are integrated throughout the 12 chapters of text material, organized around a model of strategic management. The book presents the theory of strategic management and a process to carry it out. It also describes eighteen case studies.

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POLICY MAKERS URGED TO ASSESS RISK TO COMPETITION

Headlines, PublicNet: 14 February, 2002

The OFT and Cabinet Office have issued joint guidance to policy makers across Government on how to assess the impact of proposed policies and legislation on competition in the market place.The guidance starts from the premise that competition drives innovation and productivity, and helps consumers get a good deal. The importance of ensuring that Government policies and regulations do not distort or restrict competition was highlighted in the DTI White Paper, ‘Opportunity for All in a World of Change,’ published last year.

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MIXED TAKE-UP OF E-PUBLIC SERVICES

Headlines, PublicNet: 14 February, 2002

A new report from the National Audit Office reveals that while businesses are happy to use the internet for their employees’ tax affairs, individuals are much less willing to use new technology to submit their personal details to the taxman.The information comes in a study by the NAO into how the Inland Revenue is performing, as one of the Departments at the forefront of the drive to encourage people to do business with Government electronically.

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