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La régulation de la qualité dans le secteur de la santé : La fin de l’autocontrôle de la profession médicale ?

Abstract : For a long time, the nature of medical knowledge and the organization of the medical profession have allowed physicians to avoid any form of external control. Yet over the past two decades, the gradual institutionalization of care quality evaluation has come to question the medical autonomy. In the early 2000s, many industrialized countries have taken a new step in this direction by introducing indicators to assess the quality of medical practices in hospitals. Based on a qualitative study, this article aims at comparing the forms of this evolution in two different institutional contexts (Germany and France). By doing so, this article attempts to describe the emergence of these evaluation devices, and to analyse their effects on the professional autonomy of physicians.
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Elina Weckert, Hugo Bertillot. La régulation de la qualité dans le secteur de la santé : La fin de l’autocontrôle de la profession médicale ?. Quaderni, Éditions de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, 2014, pp.39-52. ⟨10.4000/quaderni.832⟩. ⟨hal-01522802⟩

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