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Sedghiyani E. Healthcare problems and the role of hospitals in developing countries. jha. 1997; 1 (1) :59-78
URL: http://jha.iums.ac.ir/article-1-248-en.html

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Hospitals as care services providers play determining role in the success of health and treatment networks. Hospitals are effective in the balanced dissemination of health and treatment cares in all networks.
 However, their roles is not appropriately determined in health and treatment networks in developing countries and treatment centers with short-term treatments and hospitalization in these countries, almost centralized, secluded, and out of reference network have devoted most of health and treatment costs to themselves. In the first section of this paper, we have tried to represent the outstanding points and explicit problems available in the outcome of hospitalization bed services and its incompatibility with the needs of societies under the title "what it is". In the second section we have tried to find ways out of this problem under the title "what should be". The conclusion section will emphasize the necessity of reevaluation of internal organization of these centers and a revolution in the management of hospitalization treatment centers through a non-centralized organization.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2008/11/15

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