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Performance Applications in Health Transformation

Abdurrahman Çetin Kızılkan, Gültekin Öztürk, Nuri Yıldıran.

Since 2003, new applications that could be called the field of health and the approval from the people who at first glance, the Health Transformation Program one of the main objectives of the development is to provide quality health services, without distinction of private and public.
This transformation not only of our country to Turkey in 2003, initially within the scope of the program and additional performance-based pay system has been developed, depending on the conditions. Second, our country is considered as a special presentation of an effective quality health services in 2005, this system is based on the highest point in Corporate Performance and Quality Improvement activities included. This is a special picture with two applications at all times and uninterrupted access to health services without discrimination, health services infrastructure, a thorough evaluation of health processes, based on the measurement of the degree of patient satisfaction measurement and set targets to achieve a comprehensive evaluation system was introduced in the hospital.
In this study of "Performance Applications in Health Transformation" issue was discussed in three main section.

Key words: Health, Performance, Transformation, Fees, Application

Article Language: Turkish English

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