Redefining the New Public Management and Effects of Indicators: Sustainable Healthcare Mobility


  •  Maura Campra    
  •  Silvana Secinaro    
  •  Valerio Brescia    
  •  Cristina Gonçalves Góis    

Abstract

New Public Management has changed the way we perceive and at the same time govern public health companies. The applied method is quantitative subjective, the theory of New Public Management is redefined. The carried-out elaboration, after having identified the variables considered and the possible mathematical relationship between variables (for example a synthetic index of mobility), defines the relationship between them through linear regression and multivariate statistical analysis. The choice of mobility for acute performance in the ordinary regime between regions in Italy is used as a case study. The challenge of the new millennium is the identification of non-economic indicators useful to support the traditional economic indicators that are not always representative of the real welfare of the population in a modern redefinition of New Public Management approach.



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  • Issn(Print): 1925-4725
  • Issn(Onlne): 1925-4733
  • Started: 2011
  • Frequency: semiannual

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