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Review and Evaluation
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In the introductory chapter of this book we started with an informal description of a general decentralized enterprise. Expand
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The concept of modularity in supply chains : A multiple case-study in the construction industry
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We investigate the applicability of Fine's three‐dimensional modularity concept as a tool to describe and to analyze the alignment of product, process, and supply chain architectures. Expand
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Modular care and service packages for independent living elderly
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This paper shows how modularity manifests in a service context, more specifically in the provision of care and services to independently living elderly. Expand
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Supply chain management practices for improving patient‐oriented care
Purpose – The purpose of the present paper is to discuss organisational problems that occur in situations that are complex because the treatment of patients requires input from multiple health careExpand
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International manufacturing and location decisions: balancing configuration and co‐ordination aspects
Questions on configuration and co‐ordination are seldom integrated in research on international manufacturing and location decisions. Suggests a way in which these two aspects can be linked byExpand
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Production-to-order and international operations : A case study in the clothing industry
Principles of supply chain management are discussed in relation to the modifications, extensions, and challenges currently prevalent in internationally operating companies. The central issue is: HowExpand
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Using quality indicators to improve hospital care: a review of the literature.
PURPOSE To review the literature concerning strategies for implementing quality indicators in hospital care, and their effectiveness in improving the quality of care. DATA SOURCES A systematicExpand
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Measuring chronic care management experience of patients with diabetes: PACIC and PACIC+ validation
Background The patient assessment of chronic illness care (PACIC) is a promising instrument to evaluate the chronic care experiences of patients, yet additional validation is needed to improve itsExpand
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Interfaces in service modularity: A typology developed in modular health care provision
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We conduct case research in a particular service context, i.e. the sector for elderly care, in order to explore characteristics of interfaces and the role they play in service customization. Expand
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The human dimension of modular care provision: Opportunities for personalization and customization
Various behavioral issues are at stake in the health care sector, for example, the current strong plea for more demand-based care provision as opposed to traditional supply-driven approaches.Expand
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