Risk Management of Healthcare Organizations

VOINESCU, Leonardo
December 2013
Quality - Access to Success;Dec2013, Vol. 14 Issue 137, p85
Academic Journal
Risk management is a set of "coordinated activities to direct and control an organization regarding to risk". The paper approaches the implementation of risk management, with its peculiarities, in the organizations providing health services and does a brief assessment of the risk factors and the ways to reduce the occurrence probability of specific risks to the medical field.


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