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Infection Control in the Hospital Setting: An Analysis of Regulatory Governance

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Cary Coglianese

October 9 2009

52 minutes

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How, in theory and in practice, do alternative forms of regulation work in the health system?

These alternatives, including private rulemaking, management-based regulation (incentives), and traditional rules and enforcement, will be examined in the areas of prevention and control of hospital-based infections and the fight against cancer.

What is the influence of new forms of participation—including patient networks, patient self-management, and consumer access to medical information—on health system change with particular attention to the fight against cancer?

Series:

Smart Regulation: Can New Types of Governance Improve Health?

Categories:

Health Policy

Tags:

Governance, Infection Control
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