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Day care centre as a business model Research Proposal

Search more Proposals here : Sample Research Proposal Instructions To find methods for (overcoming) ensuring treatment is given at reduced expenditure without compromising on quality of health care. To find out whether day surgery could be used as a method to reduce healthcare expenditure. Primary Objectives 1. To identify various methods that could be used to reduce healthcare expenditure. 2. To find out if quality of care is compromised in such cases 3. To find out the extent of which cost is cut by these methods. Secondary objectives 1. To find out the existence of day surgery centre. 2. To find out the utilization of day surgery unit. 3. Identify the various healthcare treatments that could be undertaken in day care centre. 4. Comparison of day surgery to other in-patient wards in terms of utilization and cost effectiveness. For the literature review, these are the main areas it should cover: Various methods that could be used to reduce healthcare expenditure, If quality of care is compromised in such cases To find out the extent of which cost is cut by these methods. History of day care unit and day surgery- world and India Definations Terminologies Its development Difference between: • single or stand alone day care unit and integrated day care unit • Previous years day care unit and present days • Day care and inpatient admissions Advantages and disadvantages. Where is it more common and why What made it common there? Alternatives that they tried before day surgery Why those alternatives failed? Y day surgery was selected Initially what procedures were done, now what? Criticisms- by doing this what happened, -readmission rates in case of day surgery, acceptance factor among patients etc… List of procedures done as day surgery Cost benefits in comparison to admissions or in patients. What is the future of day care unit? You can also check these papers.

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