The Contribution of Hospital Accreditation Project to Healthcare Governance in Morocco : The Mediating Effect of Public Management through Quality
Mots-clés :Accreditation, Governance, Reform, Public management, Quality approach
The healthcare sector, as a cornerstone of a nation's well-being and socio-economic development, requires strong governance and continuous improvement in the quality of services provided. In Morocco, hospital accreditation represents a major project aimed at achieving excellence in care and efficiency in the management of healthcare facilities. This is part of the Public Quality Management framework, incorporating demanding standards and precise evaluations to raise the standards of public healthcare in line with national and international norms. This study delves deeply into the crucial contribution of hospital accreditation to healthcare sector governance in Morocco, highlighting the mediating role of Public Quality Management. It also analyzes the legal foundations of the Moroccan healthcare system, approaches to hospital accreditation, and aspects of Quality Approach in the Hospital Environment, aiming to enhance the quality of care and improve the performance of healthcare facilities. Finally, it presents a conceptual research model to better understand the impact and potential benefits of the hospital accreditation project in Morocco, with the aim of optimizing the country's healthcare system.
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