Report in the inter-hospitals referrals and the co-ordination and sharing of information.
|dc.contributor.author||Department of Health (DoH)|
|dc.contributor.author||Council for Children's Hospitals' Care|
|dc.identifier.citation||Council for Children's Hospitals' Care. 2003. Report on the inter-hospitals referrals and the co-ordination and sharing of information. Dublin: Council for Children's Hospitals' Care.||en_GB|
|dc.description||The three paediatric hospitals in their proposals to the Department of Health and Children (February 1998) for the establishment of this Council stated: 'The Chairmen, Boards and staff of the three hospitals wish to collaborate more closely in order to maintain and improve the services available to children and their families ... The Joint Council would be a joint working group which would identify specific actions needed to facilitate necessary changes and development'. They then made 13 specific proposals. The first three of these were: I. Addressing organisational structure in a manner that looks to the long-term welfare of patients. 2. Ensuring that all children have access to necessary procedures and treatments, whatever the financial status of their families. 3. Promoting greater co-ordination of the care of the child/patient.||en_GB|
|dc.publisher||Council for Chidren's Hospitals' Care||en_GB|
|dc.subject||HEALTH SERVICES AND THEIR MANAGEMENT||en_GB|
|dc.title||Report in the inter-hospitals referrals and the co-ordination and sharing of information.||en_GB|