Networks have actually ended up being a well-understood design template for civil service governance. Often viewed as an option to agreements and hierarchies, networks cross institutionalised organizational or sectoral limits to motivate cooperation and the sharing of resources when resolving complex issues. Nowhere is this more the case than in the field of health services modernization and enhancement.
Comprising remarkable empirical contributions, drawn mainly from the experience of the UK National Health Service (NHS), Decentring Health and Care Networks, (PDF) establishes a ‘decentred’ analysis of health and care networks. Contributors look beyond specific patterns or structures of governance and focus rather on analyzing the reliable practices of policy stars as they deal with and enact policy instruments and structures. The method supplies an unique kind of analysis that deepens and enhances network governance’s standard public law accounts. It determines the impact of regional history, highlights the effect of dominant financial, technical and business stories, and acknowledges the continued power of biomedical understanding and expert knowledge.
Providing useful insight for existing and future service leaders about the difficulties of executing, handling, and working within networks Decentring Health and Care Networks extracts essential messages for professionals and scientists alike.
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