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International Journal of Innovation and Applied Studies
ISSN: 2028-9324     CODEN: IJIABO     OCLC Number: 828807274     ZDB-ID: 2703985-7
 
 
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Hospital governance in view of Law 70/13 on University Hospital Centers : Example of University Hospital Center Ibn Sina (Rabat)


[ La gouvernance hospitalière à la lumière de la loi 70/13 relative aux Centres Hospitalo-Universitaires : Cas du Centre Hospitalo-Universitaire Ibn Sina (Rabat) ]

Volume 24, Issue 3, October 2018, Pages 1261–1265

 Hospital governance in view of Law 70/13 on University Hospital Centers : Example of University Hospital Center Ibn Sina (Rabat)

Badr Amrani1 and Abderahim El Maslouhi2

1 Département du Droit public, Université Mohamed V Rabat, Morocco
2 Département du Droit public, Université Mohamed V Rabat, Morocco

Original language: French

Received 25 May 2018

Copyright © 2018 ISSR Journals. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

Abstract


The reform of the Moroccan health system requires the implementation of hospital governance in the management culture in terms of the university hospital centers. This management paradigm aims to adjust and correct the dysfunctions caused by the hospital bureaucracy (organizational dysfunctions and functional dysfunctions). This adaptation is only done by two main actions. Firstly, by a profound recast of the legislation governing the university-hospital centers and secondly by incorporating instruments of modern end efficient governance on the current legislation. In fact, the main objective of this article is to analyze the content of the law 70/13 of the university hospital centers in Morocco, and also to know the efficiency of Moroccan legislator to implement the ingredients of hospital governance in those centers through the example of the Ibn Sina University Hospital centre in Rabat.

Author Keywords: Hospital bureaucracy, hospital governance, healthcare system reform, university hospital centers, structural dysfunctions.


Abstract: (french)


La réforme du système de santé marocain passe par la mise en œuvre de la gouvernance hospitalière dans la culture gestionnaire au niveau des centres hospitalo-universitaires. Ce paradigme de gestion a pour but de s’adapter et de corriger les dysfonctionnements engendrés par la bureaucratie hospitalière (dysfonctionnements organisationnels et dysfonctionnements fonctionnels). Cette adaptabilité ne se fait que par deux actions fondamentales, primo, par une refonte approfondie de l’arsenal juridique régissant les centres hospitalo-universitaires et secundo, par une intégration dans la législation des outils d’une gouvernance moderne et performante. En effet, l’objectif principal de cette article est d’analyser le contenu de la loi 70/13 relative aux centres hospitalo-universitaires au Maroc pour savoir dans quelle mesure le législateur marocain a réussi à mettre en place les ingrédients d’une gouvernance hospitalière au sein des structures universitaires à travers une étude de cas du centre hospitalo-universitaire Ibn Sina de Rabat.

Author Keywords: Bureaucratie hospitalière, gouvernance hospitalière, La réforme du système de santé, centres hospitalo-universitaires, dysfonctionnements structurels.


How to Cite this Article


Badr Amrani and Abderahim El Maslouhi, “Hospital governance in view of Law 70/13 on University Hospital Centers : Example of University Hospital Center Ibn Sina (Rabat),” International Journal of Innovation and Applied Studies, vol. 24, no. 3, pp. 1261–1265, October 2018.