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Gestion des capacités de lits d'hospitalisation en réanimation pendant la crise sanitaire du Covid-19

Authors: Pache, Gilles; Paché, Gilles;

Gestion des capacités de lits d'hospitalisation en réanimation pendant la crise sanitaire du Covid-19

Abstract

Confronté depuis plusieurs décennies à un « managérialisme » ayant fortement réduit ses capacités de réaction, le système hospitalier français a su gérer en 2020 une crise sanitaire d'une ampleur sans précédent. Toutefois, un examen des décisions prises par les autorités politiques, notamment face à la pénurie de lits d'hospitalisation en réanimation, indique que ce sont des options de nature purement logistique qui ont prévalu, confortant ainsi la vision managériale aujourd'hui dominante dans le fonctionnement des systèmes de santé.

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[SHS.GESTION] Humanities and Social Sciences/Business administration

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