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Standards für Managementsysteme und Ihre Umsetzung

  • Herfried Kohl
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Zusammenfassung

Medizinische Einrichtungen befinden sich heute unter einem enormen Druck seitens
  • der Patienten, Auftraggeber, Leistungsträger;

  • der Träger und Eigentümer der Einrichtungen;

  • der Gesellschaft und des Staates;

  • der Beschäftigten.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Herfried Kohl
    • 1
  1. 1.LGA InterCert GmbHNürnbergGermany

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