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Title: Towards an affordable public health estate: a review of the 2008 health infrastructure barometer
Authors: Abbott, G
De Jager, P
Gaza, N
Keywords: Health care infrastructure
Public hospitals
Private hospitals
Health system performance framework
Health care services
Budget allocation
Constraints mechanisms
Enabling mechanisms
SAFHE 2009
CEASA
2008 health infrastructure barometer
Clinical Engineering Association of South Africa
South African Federation of Hospital Engineering
Issue Date: May-2009
Citation: Abbott, G, De Jager, P and Gaza, N. 2009. Towards an affordable public health estate: a review of the 2008 health infrastructure barometer. South African Federation of Hospital Engineering & The Clinical Engineering Association of South Africa. National biennial conference & exhibition, Cape Town, South Africa, 20-22 May, 2009. pp 44
Abstract: The aim of this presentation is to provide a review of the 2008 health infrastructure barometer. Also to ensure that South African healthcare services are sustainable and cost effective in future. The presentation is divided into four sections namely, context and need for health care infrastructure; budget allocations to health infrastructure; health infrastructure delivery, constraints and enabling mechanisms; and lastly, consolidation and recommendations of the future.
Description: South African Federation of Hospital Engineering & The Clinical Engineering Association of South Africa. National biennial conference & exhibition, Cape Town, South Africa, 20-22 May, 2009
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3530
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