innovation: Are new methods ahead of market maturity that can be sensibly addressed? Are innovations available to all houses? What are the necessary prerequisites for the further development of the specialist departments? Is innovation driven more by medical professionals or merchants? Are models such as outpatient specialist care an innovation or a business model?
efficiency: Which methods of change management work in hospital practice? Can cross-community programs increase efficiency more than individual measures? Which methods can be used to draw new conclusions from benchmarking? What are the right "peers" that serve as a reference for efficiency goals?
structures: Is there a noticeable effect on the mass of hospitals due to a required new regulation of the requirements planning? What pressure does the planned change in the minimum quantities produce? Can currently discussed topics in perspective overcome the sector boundaries? Cooperation, PPP, Foundation & Co. - what decides the medium-term success of the models?
What is the competence network hospital management?
Hospital management is in a widening field of tension between medical needs and economic conditions. The initiative has set itself the goal of generating impulses and new ideas for a sustainable hospital management and to create a platform for the exchange between the executives of the hospitals. One focus is the identification and communication of best practices from hospitals as well as usable instruments from other sectors and industry.
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