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health service planning


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health service planning n.

health service planning

health service planning n.

Planning health services

health service planning

Social Service and Health Planning Agencies

The use of mapping in public health and planning health services

Planning and commissioning of health services for children and young people

Planning and providing mental health services for a community

The Ghana Community-based Health Planning and Services Initiative for scaling up service delivery innovation

DAVIDSON, (William) Keith (1926 - 2007), JP; Chairman, Scottish Health Service Planning Council, 1984–90

Protracted Refugee Situations: Parallel Health Systems and Planning for the Integration of Services

Planning Transformative Change for Mental Health Services for Diverse Cultural-Linguistic Communities

The impact of price changes on demand for family planning and reproductive health services in Ecuador

Strengthening Evidence-Based Planning of Integrated Health Service Delivery Through Local Measures of Health Intervention Delivery Times

SCOTT, James Alexander (1931 - 1997), Regional Medical Officer, Trent Regional Health Authority, 1973–88, retired; Special Professor of Health Care Planning, Nottingham University, since 1974; Professor Associate in Health Service Planning, Department of Community Medicine, Sheffield University, since 1988

Moving forward: understanding the negative experiences and impacts of patient and public involvement in health service planning, development and evaluation

Working Group on Pandemic Influenza Preparedness: Joint Statement in Response to Department of Health and Human Services Pandemic Influenza Plan

Managed Care, Meet Community Support: Ten Reasons to Include Direct Support Services in Every Behavioral Health Plan

 

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Balancing the health and health-care needs of a community, assessed by such indices as mortality, morbidity, and disability, with the resources available to meet these needs in terms of human resources (including ensuring the numbers in training grades meet future requirements) and technical resources, such as hospitals (capital planning), equipment, and medicines. See also clinical audit.

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