Patienten som forbruger i et markedsorienteret sundhedsvæsen med central styring og kontrol.

Christa Rose

Publikation: Ph.d. afhandling/ kandidat/ diplomMasterForskning

Abstract

The patient as a consumer in a market-oriented health care system with central administration and regulation.
The master project is dealing with the consequences for the welfare society, patients and professionals in a market-oriented health care system. In the 21st century the patient must not be considered as a one-sided consumer, as a mutual relation to the professionals is necessary. If the relation is a success, both parties may consider themselves to be co-producers of health benefits. A market orientation destroys the fundamental opinion of the welfare state on equal and free access for all. An increased centralization will minimize the possibility of the patients and the professionals as to setting priorities for the health benefits and will take the resources from the core benefits.
The argumentation and discussion of the master project is based on the experiences of the British National Health Services worked up theoretically.
OriginalsprogDansk
UdgivelsesstedAarhus
Udgiver
StatusUdgivet - 2007

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