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Türkiye sağlık sistemi performas değerlendirmesi 2011 (National Health system performance evaluation 2011)

Ministry of Health; Turkey Country Resources Evaluation of Policy, Law, Strategies, Plans, and Services Turkey 1 May 2012 Report development, health service, health system

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Bu rapor, temel performans ölçülerine göre Türk sağlık sisteminin performansına ilişkin bir değerlendirme sunmaktadır: iyi sağlık,finansal katkı payında hakkaniyet, sağlıklı yaşam tarzları ve çevre, verimli ve kapsamlı kişisel sağlık hizmetleri (erişim , kalite, kullanım), hizmet sunumunun iyileştirilmesi, kaynak temininin iyileştirilmesi, verimlilik artışı, yeterli finansman ile kılavuzluk, liderlik ve yönetişimin güçlendirilmesi. Her performans ölçüsü için puan çizelgeleri ve başlıca gerçeklerin yanı sıra bir idari özet de bu rapora dâhil edilmiştir.

This report provides assessment of key performance goals within the Turkish health care system: better health for the population, fairness in financial contribution, healthy lifestyles and environment, efficient and comprehensive personal health services (access, quality,use), improving service delivery, improving the supply of resources, increase productivity, adequate funding and guidance, strengthening leadership and governance. This report includes scorecards and summaries for each performance goal.

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