Organization of Emergency services after 663 amendment

I presented in 2011 at Health and Hospital Administration Congress, October, 2011. Thanks to Prof.Enver AYDOĞAN for his mentorship in this first good experience. Following is abstract 

The aim of this study is the assessment of the situation which shall arise from decree law on the organizational form of the organization of emergency health services and the Decree in Force on Law no. 663 on the Organization and Duties of the Ministry of Health and its Affiliates.

It is predicted that upon the new structure, founding General Directorate of Emergency Health Services (ASHGM) shall increase employment and the quality of employees therefore increase the power of decision making.

However, when duties of ASHGM on decree is examined it can be seen that all university hospitals, private hospitals and hospitals working under the Ministry of Health are far from coordination, operation and organization objective in all stages of prehospital emergency care and emergency care after hospitalization and that this can be the underlying reason for disruption on emergency health services.

It has been observed in some countries that emergency services work under the ministries and work coordinately with fire departments and rescue crews.

It shall contribute to offer efficient health service if prehospital emergency services, emergency rooms and disaster centers are established under the same administration and work coordinately instead of different administrations and represented under different hierarchical structures.

Enver AYDOĞAN, Mustafa Said YILDIZ, Nazan TORUN, Demet ÇAKIROĞLU Law amendment on the organization of the Ministry of Health of the Turkısh Republic and the effects on the emergency health services : other country versions and advices, Health and Hospital Administration Congress, October, 2011 (presented)

 
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