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Theoretical and Applied Economics
No. 7 / 2012 (572)

Impact of the economic crisis on human resources development in Greek health system

Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

Abstract. Once with the recession manifesting and the society development slowing, in the European economy has taken place a series of major and irreversible economic and social changes. The influence of these changes has been reflected upon all the activity fields, more or less.

Evidently, the major influence was and still is the one of the expenses reduction, expenses that are implying financial, human and material resources necessary for the current activities development.

The reduction of the expenses, especially the one with human resources, leads to the future approach from the development perspective of this resource, fact that has to consider the obtaining of the same effects (results) but with more reduced efforts (costs).

The main challenge is the one of reducing the efforts specific to the human resources (formation, permanent instruction, motivation and development) in a substantial degree, but to avoid the manifestation of the quality reduction of the human resources and of their labor results.

Keywords: human resources management; health system; health care system in Greece; features of the health system; the economic crisis.

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