Good Governance in European Healthcare: Italy
Due to the regionalised nature of the healthcare system in Italy, healthcare governance is relatively complex, and models can vary from region to region. However, there are some key characteristics and common challenges in healthcare governance across the country.
This short technical briefing paper is one of a series that GGI has produced, exploring good governance in European countries. Throughout these papers, we have been exploring:
• How healthcare organisations are governed
• What are the principles and national drivers of good governance?
• What are the pros and cons of the current governance structure?
• What are the future challenges for governance?
• How will governance adapt to the changing healthcare environment?
These essays have been produced based on GGI’s own experience working with healthcare organisations, a review of existing literature, and from our conversations with key contacts.Download publication