In recent decades the following changes of the health care system characterized by the introduction of new technologies in the field of molecular biology and information, the transformation of society with the change the doctor-patient relationship, and finally the evolution of health care with the waves no longer seen as a resource and as an expense. The healthcare organization has the need to improve the quality of health services provided through the implementation of the innovation process, which affects both the design of new medical processes that update the current ones. The use of Project Management methodology allows to make choices according to scientific criteria, resulting in improved benefits consistent with available resources. The right of the citizen is guaranteed according to the available financial resources and depends critically on the ability to organize, manage and monitor effective and efficient allocation of biomedical systems. The optimal allocation of biomedical facilities using the Project Management principles will consider the following steps: formulated the general aim is to optimally allocate the system of interest, then to address to the general objectives or to assess the evidence regarding the safety parameters, the ethical, legal and social, technical and technological parameters, organizational aspects, the economic parameters. It is necessary to assign a value from 1 to 10, evaluating the adequacy of each parameter in the considered case. In this way the parameters identified are "listed" in order to determine the suitability to a particular case in terms of security parameters, ethical, legal, social, economical organized, technical and technological. The adequacy of the above parameters following the installation of the system evaluated in otherwise you may decide to repeat the assessment for another area, or choose another type of equipment.

Project Management implementation for healthcare activities organization

Converso, Giuseppe;DE CARLINI, RICCARDO;SANTILLO, LIBERATINA CARMELA;IMPROTA, Giovanni
2012

Abstract

In recent decades the following changes of the health care system characterized by the introduction of new technologies in the field of molecular biology and information, the transformation of society with the change the doctor-patient relationship, and finally the evolution of health care with the waves no longer seen as a resource and as an expense. The healthcare organization has the need to improve the quality of health services provided through the implementation of the innovation process, which affects both the design of new medical processes that update the current ones. The use of Project Management methodology allows to make choices according to scientific criteria, resulting in improved benefits consistent with available resources. The right of the citizen is guaranteed according to the available financial resources and depends critically on the ability to organize, manage and monitor effective and efficient allocation of biomedical systems. The optimal allocation of biomedical facilities using the Project Management principles will consider the following steps: formulated the general aim is to optimally allocate the system of interest, then to address to the general objectives or to assess the evidence regarding the safety parameters, the ethical, legal and social, technical and technological parameters, organizational aspects, the economic parameters. It is necessary to assign a value from 1 to 10, evaluating the adequacy of each parameter in the considered case. In this way the parameters identified are "listed" in order to determine the suitability to a particular case in terms of security parameters, ethical, legal, social, economical organized, technical and technological. The adequacy of the above parameters following the installation of the system evaluated in otherwise you may decide to repeat the assessment for another area, or choose another type of equipment.
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