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基于SCP模型的公立医院绩效管理转型分析
其他题名: SCP Model-Based Analysis on Transformation of Performance Management in Public Hospital
作者: 王慧卿
关键词: 公立医院 ; 绩效管理 ; SCP模型 ; 转型 ; Public Hospital ; Performance Management ; SCP Model ; Transformation
刊名: 医院管理论坛
发表日期: 2015
期: 9, 页:6-8,51
文章类型: Journal Article
摘要: 在事业单位改革的背景下,公立医院偏重编制管理、职称管理的绩效管理思路受到挑战。本文采用文献法、基于SCP模型分析公立医院绩效管理的外部环境、内部管理、实际考核行为的变化,认为事业单位改革这一重大政策冲击真正推动了公立医院绩效管理转型。设计公立医院绩效管理,应当对事业单位改革这一宏观政策进行战略分解,而不是简单基于医疗服务供求的考量。基于SCP模型的分析视角可以有效整合综合评估、财务成本评估、工作量评估等常见方法,帮助公立医院建立符合自身需求的绩效管理体系。 In the context of reform on public institutions, performance management methods of public hospital that focus on establishment management and professional title management were challenged. This paper adopted literature method, analyzed changes in external environment, internal management and actual assessment on the basis of SCP model and drew a conclusion that reform on public institutions has pushed forward the transformation of performance management in public hospitals. The design of public hospital performance management should be performed on the basis of strategic analysis on reform on public institutions, rather than just supply and demand of medical service. SCP model-based analysis can integrate such evaluation methods as comprehensive evaluation, financial cost evaluation and workload evaluation to help public hospitals to establish performance management system that fits their own needs.
语种: 中文
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内容类型: 期刊论文
URI标识: http://ir.bjmu.edu.cn/handle/400002259/73664
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王慧卿. 基于SCP模型的公立医院绩效管理转型分析[J]. 医院管理论坛,2015(9):6-8,51.
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