publication . Article . 2017

Adesão hospitalar do sistema suplementar de saúde à divulgação de resultados segundo modelo Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)

Celso Machado Junior; Robson Danúbio da Silva César; Maria Tereza Saraiva de Souza;
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  • Published: 01 Sep 2017 Journal: Einstein, volume 15, issue 3, pages 344-348 (issn: 1679-4508, eissn: 2317-6385, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Instituto Israelita de Ensino e Pesquisa Albert Einstein
Abstract
ABSTRACT Objective To verify if there is an analogy between the indicators of the Global Reporting Initiative adopted by hospitals in the private healthcare system. Methods Documentary research supported by reports that are electronically available on the website of the companies surveyed. Results The organizations surveyed had a significant adherence of their economic, social and environmental indicators of the model proposed by the Global Reporting Initiative, showing an analogous field of common indicators between them. Conclusion There is similarity between the indicators adopted by companies, but one of the hospitals analyzed had a greater number of converg...
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free text keywords: Health Economics and Management, Gestão E Economia EM Saúde, Sustainable development, Health facilities, Global Reporting Initiative, Governance/organization & administration, Indicators, Desenvolvimento sustentável, Instituições de saúde, Governança/organização & administração, Indicadores, Governance/organization & administration, lcsh:Medicine, lcsh:R, Analogy, Qualitative research, Medicine, business.industry, business, Social responsibility, Hospitals private, Private healthcare, Public relations

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