TITLE

EMERGENCES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES FROM ROMANIA - CO-PRODUCTION AND "HEALTH IN ALL" COLLABORATION IN THE TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION OF PERSONS WITH SUBSTANCES ADDICTION

AUTHOR(S)
Agheorghiesei (Corodeanu), DANIELA TATIANA
PUB. DATE
September 2012
SOURCE
Yearbook of the 'Gheorghe Zane' Institute of Economic Researches;2012, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p41
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In the last period one can notice a high incidence of substance abuse (substance addiction) cases both in Romania and in other countries, becoming a problem to the modern society. Persons with substance abuse require long and expensive medical treatments, which are not always effective and do not guarantee the success. The new tools specific to the New Public Management and already functional in the US and Western countries must be implemented also in providing the social and medical services in Romania: co-production in public service and "health in all" collaboration. This article provides a brief overview of the importance of these new tools in the health system and points out the possibility of the adoption of the co-production through virtual communities of students process on the post-treatment services for people with substance addiction from our country.
ACCESSION #
90141126

 

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