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On the Basic Development Strategy of Grade-II Private Hospitals
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Pages: 37-39
Year: Issue:  6
Journal: HOSPITAL DIRECTORS' FORUM

Keyword:  Private HospitalGrade-II HospitalStrategy;
Abstract: Due to the special nature of private hospital ownership, operation philosophy, personnel construction, and hospital quality management highlight many new features. Hospital development is a spiraling process where there are many new situations and problems to be solved. Wherever is the strategy commanding height, the support of basic elements is vital in hospital development. Private hospitals should adhere to the construction and service concept of“scientific management, humanistic operation, and warm services”, develop the staff spirit of“loyalty, devotion, unity, and innovation”, continuously improve the technology and services, insist on the public welfare, further intensify the reform, and accelerate the pace of innovation. It is needed to establish a comprehensive system of the introduction, training and motivation of talents, to maintain the talent team and increase the quality. Grade-II private hospitals, most located near to the grassroots, should have a breakthrough to build the key specialties and distinctive specialties at the provincial and municipal level, on the basis of its own characteristics and in accordance with the requirements of making the hospital larger and stronger. And the hospital should intensify priorities in the respect of funds investing, and avoid egalitarianism. The hospital should set a bottom-up security network system, enhance service awareness, and build a harmonious doctor-patient relationship;continuously study the policy of healthcare reform, develop the clinical pathway of single disease, and reduce the healthcare cost.
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