The right to health is included in the "Right to Life" article 25 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted in 1948. States are obliged to take necessary precautions for every individual to live healthy. For this reason, emergency health services have always been needed in order to be able to respond to sudden accidents and injuries within the health system created. With emergency health services, it is possible to minimize the risk of death and disability with effective and efficient emergency interventions of trained health professionals at the scene and during the transfer. The healthcare team should consist of qualified professionals and be skilled and trained in emergency treatment and intervention. The fact that the healthcare team working in ambulance services, which constitute an important part of emergency health services, consists of few people, makes their job more difficult for them to fight against time and difficulties in their working lives. The subcontractor system, which is utilized at every stage of the service sector, has also been applied on emergency health services over time and still continues to be used. Especially in the emergency response phase, the driver employed in the subcontractor system negatively affects the efficiency and effectiveness of the emergency health service provided, since not all of the employees are qualified health professionals. In this study, we will try to examine the positive and negative aspects of subcontractor application in healthcare services, based on the application of subcontractor driver service within 112 emergency health services in our health system.
Publication Date : March 31, 2020
|APA||Arık, M , Öztaş, D . (2020). 112 Acil sağlık hizmetlerinin sunumunda faydalanılan taşeron sisteminin verimliliğe etkisinin değerlendirilmesi . Journal of Ekonomi , Turkish Economy , 28-31 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/ekonomi/issue/47196/723809|