TITLE

STUDIU PRIVIND EVALUAREA SERVICIILOR OFERITE DE SISTEMUL ASIGURĂRILOR SOCIALE DE SĂNĂTATE ÎN CADRUL TRATAMENTULUI AMBULATORIU, ÎN JUDEŢUL SĂLAJ, ROMÂNIA

AUTHOR(S)
Stana, Olga; Polinicencu, Constantin
PUB. DATE
December 2009
SOURCE
Clujul Medical;Dec2009, Vol. 82 Issue 4, p611
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The study analyses the degree of satisfaction and dissatisfaction regarding the medical and pharmaceutic services offered by Sălaj county system of social insurance, within the ambulatory treatment. The survey was used as method, the chosen pattern being of 420 subjects. It presents the opinion of those persons who take benefit of the social insurances or work in the system: insurants, doctors, apothecaries and representants of the Health Insurance House, identifying especially their discontents. Knowing the deficiencies of the system is a first step to correct and eliminate them.
ACCESSION #
47121807

 

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