• Akgupta
    imperative for Service Operations Management (SOM) to evolve as a separate field addressing productivity and quality issues in service organizations. Consequently, a considerable body of research was built in SOM within the past decade. This paper reviews and classifies the literature on growth and challenges...
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  • Hotel Management System
    LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1. INTRODUCTION Literature review involves the systematic identification, location and analysis of documents containing information related to the research problems being investigated. Literature review should be extensive and thorough because it is aimed at obtaining detailed knowledge...
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  • Literature Review
    sector’s technological applications have been achieved within health information systems. The implementation of technology in this sector has resulted into both positive and negative implications on health care. This literature review focuses on reports of past research on the impact of technology within the...
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  • Outsourcing
    [pic] Module Code and Title : Research Methods Research Method Title : Impact of Total Quality Management Lecturer : Neil Jones KCB Student ID Number : 13884 University of Wales Number : 0992227210637 Course Intake : MBA – April 2010 Table of Contents Project Title………………………………………………………………………………...
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  • Automating Biomedical and Retrieval System
    Scientific literature review: hospital management On this page IHE presents a few key abstracts from the clinical literature about hospital management, selected by our editorial board. Computerised physician order entry as a new technology for patients� safety. Concern about patient safety is...
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  • Applicability of Lean Management in Nursing
    APPLICABILITY OF LEAN MANAGEMENT IN NURSING: A COMPARATIVE STUDY Eric Rahim Detuyatu Philippine Women’s University Student Name : Eric Rahim D. Detuyatu Student No : 20132722 Subject Title : Administrative Process in Nursing Professor : Prof.Manuel T. Alzate...
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  • Literature Review
    Running head: LITERATURE REVIEW Literature Review Western Governors University Literature Review The professional setting is a public healthcare facility that has licensed for 1,395 beds and budgeted to staff 745 bed. This facility provides emergency, inpatient, and outpatient services with...
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  • Quality Health Care
    * Qual Health Care 2001;10:40-48 doi:10.1136/qhc.10.1.40 * Viewpoint Management matters: the link between hospital organisation and quality of patient care 1. Elizabeth West, senior research fellow + Author Affiliations 1. Royal College of Nursing, Radcliffe Infirmary, Woodstock Road...
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  • Hospital Management System
    COMPUTER SYSTEMS PROJECT Project proposal Title: HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR ST THOMAS HOSPITAL By CAROLINE KIRIGO MILLS JKC-DO1-0044/2010 SUPERVISOR: MR ALEX WATILA Signature………………………………… Date………………………………….. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Hospital management system is a computerized system designed...
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  • Sdadadasd
    Journal of Information Systems (1997) 6, 1–14 © 1997 Operational Research Society Ltd. All rights reserved 0960-085X/97 $12.00 Stakeholder identification in inter-organizational systems: gaining insights for drug use management systems A Pouloudi and EA Whitley Information Systems Department, London...
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  • Pain Management
    Pain Management Joshi, G., & Kehlet, H. (2013). Procedure-specific Pain Management: The Road to Improve Postsurgical Pain Management?. Anesthesiology, 118(4), 780-782. . This article explained that good pain management is known to produce many benefits for the postoperative patient. However, the...
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  • Impact of Computerization on Financial Viability of Private Hospitals
    of Computerization on the Financial Viability of Selected Private Hospitals Chapter 1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction The growing importance of computerization has been recognized even in a hospital system. Through the use of technology, the economy of the country is moving...
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  • Reseach Paper
    POLYTECHNIC FACULTY OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF BACHELOR’S OF TECHNOLOGY NYAGATARE HOSPITAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM CASE STUDY: NYAGATARE HOSPITAL By MIRINDI Arsene & NZABIRINDA Anastase Reg No: ITUP/0021/MS/09 & ITUP/0087/MG/09 e-mail:miras2020@yahoo...
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  • Hospital Management System
    CHAPTER II SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN 2.1 Introduction This chapter discussed the related literature and studies to assess and evaluate the existing system to see the need for the proposed system. 2.2 Review of Literature Review of Literature can be just a simple summary of the sources, but...
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  • Work Stress For Nurses; Nursing
     What are nurse’s experiences of stress on the work place? A literature review Name Institution affiliation Date of submission Acknowledgements I would take this chance to show gratitude for my supervisor Professor. Hannabinah Mariane, my colleagues, my family and peers...
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  • Transcultural Nursing
    RESEARCH Medicine Management in Older People from Non-English Speaking Backgrounds Jenny Blennerhassett, Julieanne Hilbers ABSTRACT Aim: To examine medicine management in older people from non-English speaking backgrounds (NESB) after discharge from hospital. Method: A literature review was undertaken...
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  • farish
    Managing Change in the NHS Organisational Change A REVIEW FOR HEALTH CARE MANAGERS, PROFESSIONALS AND RESEARCHERS Valerie Iles and Kim Sutherland Managing Change in the NHS Organisational Change A REVIEW FOR HEALTH CARE MANAGERS, PROFESSIONALS AND RESEARCHERS Valerie Iles...
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  • Assessing the Impact of National Health Insurance Scheme on the Ghanaian Economy
    and so reduces poverty. A country’s economic development is closely interrelated with the health status of its population and equitable health care system is therefore important instrument in breaking the vicious circle of poverty and ill health. Ghana was the first country in sub-Saharan Africa to win...
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  • Research
    Hospital Information Systems: Two Case Studies in Sydney GORDANA CULJAK Department of Information Systems Faculty of Information Technology University of Technology, Sydney PO Box 123 Broadway NSW 2007 Sydney AUSTRALIA gordana@it.uts.edu.au http://it.uts.edu.aulcontactlview /gordana ANITA KALKVIK Department...
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  • Reducing Healthcare Cost
    ABSTRACT REDUCING HEALTHCARE COSTS THROUGH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF HOSPITAL-GOVERNED DISEASE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS Healthcare costs in the United States are on a continual rise with no relief on the horizon. As the population ages and lifestyles differ from one individual to the next, healthcare...
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