The evolution of the national and European legislation has progressively transformed the working environments into organized environments. Specific models for its management are being proposed, which should be integrated into general management strategies. In the case of hospitals this integration should consider the peculiar organizational complexity, where the management of the occupational risk needs to be integrated with clinical risk management and economic risk management. Resources management should also consider that Occupational Medicine has not a direct monetary benefit for the organisation, but only indirect health consequences in terms of reduction of accidents and occupational diseases. The deep and simultaneous analysis of the current general management systems and the current management methods of occupational safety and health protection allows one to hyphotesise a possible integration between them. For both of them the Top Management is the main responsible of the quality management strategies and the use of specific documents in the managerial process, such as the document of risks evaluation in the occupational management and the quality manual in the general management, is of paramount importance. An integrated management has also the scope to pursue a particular kind of quality management, where ethics and job satisfaction are innovative, as established by recent European guidelines, management systems and national legislations.
|Titolo:||La pubblicazione "MANAGEMENT, QUALITY OF HEALTH AND OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HOSPITAL ORGANIZATION: IS INTEGRATION POSSIBLE? (2011)" è stata riconosciuta fra i Top 20 articles della letteratura scientifica internazionale pubblicati sull'argomento dalla BioMedLib,motore di ricerca di articoli biomedici della "NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE - MEDLINE®.|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2012|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||14a Premio o riconoscimento scientifico|