Perspectives of management in public health care in Poland
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In the article presents a synthetic analysis of the current health care system, as well as reforms in this organizational and economic area, which are planned in the near future. The study is focused on public hospitals in Poland, which are faced with various problems arising from the turbulent and comprehensive environment and underfunding.
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