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Solving the Cost Crisis In Healthcare – can Poland Learn from the Kaplan and Porter’s Model?
Recent publications by authors of Activity-Based Costing indicate that the cost analysis of the cycle of care is essential to reduce the growth in healthcare spending. Analysis of current situation in Poland reveals that ...
Payment by Results vs. Costs of 24-hour Standby in Hospitals: Evidence from Poland
The purpose of the article was to identify the costs associated with hospital’s standby and to define methodology of calculating and reporting these costs. Standby costs were defined as the costs of the provision of ...
Rola rachunkowości regulacyjnej w procesie wyceny usług powszechnych w Europie
The article attempts to identify the role of regulatory accounting in the formulation of prices of universal services. Universal service has been defined in the study as a specific sort of public service which cannot ...