A kórházak jövõje, a jövõ kórházai

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Resumé

By the end of the 20th century the vertically organized hospitals formed into a closed hierarchical system, in which the healthcare supply significantly fragmented. The existing hospitals in the current organization are not prepared for the increase in longevity, nor for the high growth in the number of chronic and long-term illnesses and the multimorbidity since they were not designed for extended carry treatments. The fast incorporation of high-tech and very expensive technologies into healthcare generates an economic crisis. Solving the supply and economic crisis at the same time cannot be achieved without changing the structure of hospitals. Future hospitals will be organized in a network, conducting special treatments according to disease profiles. According to present knowledge, this is the only structure that allows for economies in scale, the proper spending of the ever-shrinking resources, and to ensure the effective patient care required after the changing of disorder structures and patient corporate identities.

OriginalsprogUdefineret/Ukendt
TidsskriftOrvosi Hetilap
Vol/bind157
Udgave nummer28
Sider (fra-til)1099-1104
ISSN0030-6002
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2016

Fingeraftryk

Delivery of Health Care
Comorbidity
Organizations
Growth

Emneord

  • Economic crisis
  • Hospitals
  • Structural change

Citer dette

Illés, Tamás. / A kórházak jövõje, a jövõ kórházai. I: Orvosi Hetilap. 2016 ; Bind 157, Nr. 28. s. 1099-1104.
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