Browsing Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management by Subject "Hospitals"

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Browsing Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management by Subject "Hospitals"

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  • Dube, Samukeliso (2014-01-09)
    The global threat of climate change is one of the most crucial environmental issues facing the world in modern times. Every organisation doing business has a duty to stem this tide, and the health care industry - hospitals ...
  • van Zyl, Jacobus Gert (2011-06-24)
    Health care organisations around the world are under increasing pressure to improve the quality of care they provide without increasing cost. The use of information technology in health care offers an opportunity to ...
  • Tlhapane, Ramogwera Isaac (2013-10-04)
    This study examines the factors that contribute to patients’ perception on hospital choice for treatment which leads to underutilization of rural Butha-buthe hospital in Lesotho. The study also sought to determine why ...
  • Naidoo, Colin (2011-05-31)
    In the current global economy successful implementation of a formulated strategy is essential to gain competitive advantage. Success in business is manifested more in the ability to implement ideas and strategies rapidly ...
  • Diliza, Nandi (2011-04-01)
    Context This research is a study of a Public Private Partnership (PPP) in a South African public hospital using the Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital in Durban as a case study. An investigation of the challenges ...
  • Khanyile, Patricia Nonhlanhla (2011-05-06)
    Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) are seen as a way of enabling the government to gain access to private expertise and funding in order to improve service delivery without the necessity of borrowing. The Folateng (the ...
  • Rhemtula, Zuleika Goolam (2011-06-09)
    This research report investigated demand and supply factors affecting pharmaceutical services and assisted with making recommendations to the Steve Biko Academic Hospital management on how to reduce the mean waiting times ...
  • Mtshali, Sipho Solomon (2011-04-19)
    Monitoring and Evaluation is a planning tool that is used to review progress made, the challenges experienced as well as take corrective measures where necessary to assess the value of development programmes. The first ...
  • Sim, Claire Ann (2014-01-14)
    The private healthcare group in South Africa is dominated by the three major hospital brands: Netcare, Mediclinic and Life healthcare. It is important therefore to understand the factors that affect patient choice of private ...

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