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Mosavirigi S, Mahrami M, Montazerolfarag R, Dehghanitafti A, Dorahaki M, Barati O. Reviews and comparisons of hospital performance indicators before and after the implementation of the healthcare reform package design therapeutic hospitals of Bushehr University of Medical Sciences. TB. 2017; 15 (6) :107-119
URL: http://tbj.ssu.ac.ir/article-1-1748-en.html

PhD yazd University of Medical Sciences , aminbahrami1359@gmail.com
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Introduction: In many countries, especially developing countries, the hospital is a very costly organization is. Healthcare reform plan implementation of the healthcare reform.

Was conducted from May 93  with three approach  Financial protection of people, and establish  justice in access to health services and quality of services performed in hospitals.

In this study, we try performance indicators Bushehr hospital bed before and after the development plan evaluated and compared.

Methods: The study is cross-sectional studies. Collect data on hospital performance indicators. 4 study population of 100 beds hospital affiliated with the University of Medical Sciences, Bushehr. Collection and analysis of data using software is EXCEL 2013.

Approved index and its validity and reliability have already been confirmed.

Results: Findings show implementation of the healthcare reform plan  increase of indicator the Bed Occupancy Rate and Average Lengthof Stay.  Also indicator the Bed Turnover Rate and Bed Turnover  Interval Has been little change for the better.

Conclusion: Because the Indicators examined in most hospitals, After the implementation of the healthcare reform were better than it had been before And also considering that the newly implemented healthcare reform plan and  it is in the assessment and corrected stage, Therefore seems to be continuing, ongoing evaluation and modification of the plan could lead hospitals to improve performance indicators.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2015/11/2 | Accepted: 2015/11/9 | Published: 2017/03/15

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