Performance measurement of Nursing Homes in Tuscany developed by the Sant’Anna School MeS Management and Health Lab
The MeS (Management and Health) Laboratory at Sant’Anna School is releasing reports on the quality of care delivered in Tuscany nursing homes. This performance measurement initiative is developed with the involvement of 100 nursing homes under the supervision of Sara Barsanti and researchers of Mes Lab.. The objectives of this three-year review 2018-2020 are to provide a comprehensive assessment of community-based services which is expected to keep health care sustainable. Policy makers need to achieve a sustainable system to serve older citizens with appropriate care without exhausting natural resources or causing ecological damage.
In 2019, researchers have selected valid indicators focusing on quality of clinical aspects, long-term care financial and organizational sustainability, patient satisfaction with caregivers, and non-clinical domains such as leisure and recreational activities.
To monitor community care, valid indicators are a prerequisite for risk management. They can provide indications for many stakeholders and provide transparency about the quality of care delivery and the performance of care professionals as the sustainability of long-term care is a prominent priority in many Italian regions. This involves proposals to improve the wellbeing of older people with a particular focus on energy, waste, procurement and good practice in social value derived from delivering high quality services to the local communities.
rector SABINA NUTI appoints professor ARIANNA MENCIASSI as the next vice-rector following the meeting of academic senate on wednesday, may 14, 2019
Professor Arianna Menciassi has been appointed as the new Vice-Rector of Sant’Anna School following the meeting of the Academic Senate held on...
PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS ORIENTATION EVENT 2019 IS fast APPROACHING: released tHE LIST OF ADMITTED STUDENTS. By Friday, May 17, all applicants can expect to receive the admission results
wearable Robotic Exoskeleton improves metabolic gait efficiency in the elderly. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS publishes A new study supervised by researchers of SANT’ANNA school BIOROBOTICS INSTITUTE
Robotic exoskeletons are regarded as promising technologies for neurological gait rehabilitation but have been investigated comparatively little...