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Abstract

This is part of a case series. Successful health care management positively impacts both the primary objective of quality patient care and the crucial bottom-line. At times it is a question of life and death, particularly in the specialised area of organ transplant. Here we see what could be considered a typical 'day at the office' within a large medical centre in Belgium. Looking at such a day, Jon Chilingerian and Philippe Vandekerckhove present, in detail, the challenges and operational issues in the high-risk medical world.
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Size:
700 employees, 1,782 beds
Other setting(s):
2002

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Abstract

This is part of a case series. Successful health care management positively impacts both the primary objective of quality patient care and the crucial bottom-line. At times it is a question of life and death, particularly in the specialised area of organ transplant. Here we see what could be considered a typical 'day at the office' within a large medical centre in Belgium. Looking at such a day, Jon Chilingerian and Philippe Vandekerckhove present, in detail, the challenges and operational issues in the high-risk medical world.

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Location:
Industry:
Size:
700 employees, 1,782 beds
Other setting(s):
2002

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