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Simons, R., Kasic, S., Kirkpatrick, A., Vertesi, L., Phang, T. and Appleton, L. (2002) Relative Importance of Designation and Accreditation of Trauma Centers during Evolution of a Regional Trauma System. The Journal of Trauma, 52, 827-833.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/00005373-200205000-00002

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  • TITLE: The Impact of Hospital Accreditation System: Perspective of Organizational Learning

    AUTHORS: Yu H. Yan, Chih M. Kung

    KEYWORDS: Hospital Accreditation, Organizational Learning, Medical Care

    JOURNAL NAME: Health, Vol.7 No.9, September 8, 2015

    ABSTRACT: Objectives: Organizational learning is used to being a very important topic about hospital management and even is identified as the source of a hospital’s competitive strength. The study tries to explore the correlation between organizational learning and hospital accreditation awareness from the medical institution operation management’s point of view. Methods: We designed the questionnaire based on the cross-section survey, which included a total of 498 hospitals through-out Taiwan as the subjects (1922 copies of questionnaire were distributed, 4 copies per hospital). As a result, 306 returned the questionnaire (995 copies of valid questionnaire), a valid response rate was 49.94%. Then, we conducted the multiple regression analysis. Results: The factors critical to the operations management accreditation awareness include age, hospital ownership, hospital lever and team learning (p