View of BPR of the Whole Medical Profession
作者: 李少冬 ：江苏省卫生厅，南京;
Abstract: In this thesis, based on the introduction of study among practice in resources of the medical profession, the concept, aims and principles of BPR of the whole medical profession are first raised in China, and the current conditions of BPR of the whole medical profession BPR are analyzed; Secondly, the path, systems design and guarantee measures of BPR of the whole medical profession are raised; Thirdly, the path design of whole processes to have a doctor for citizens, practitioners’ system and two-way transfer medical services systems and classification medical service systems are raised. Then the paper analyses the possibilities of carrying out low-cost strategies in the whole medical profession.
文章引用: 李少冬 (2013) 论医疗全行业业务流程重组。 服务科学和管理， 2， 62-69. doi: 10.12677/SSEM.2013.22011
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