Diversità di genere e sistema sanitario: un’analisi su un campione di aziende sanitarie italiane

Titolo Rivista: MECOSAN
Autori/Curatori: Giovanni Bronzetti, Maurizio Rija, Graziella Sicoli, Dominga Anna Ippolito
Anno di pubblicazione: 2021 Fascicolo: 120 Lingua: Italiano
Numero pagine: 19 P. 63-81 Dimensione file: 225 KB
DOI: 10.3280/MESA2021-120005
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Il lavoro analizza in che misura la diversita di genere fa parte delle attuali pratiche delle aziende sanitarie. Attraverso un’analisi di tipo statistico- inferenziale su un campione di 39 strutture ospedaliere appartenenti al Gruppo San Donato, ha lo scopo di valutare se la presenza delle donne nel CdA influenza la performance aziendale. I risultati suggeriscono che la diversita nelle aziende sanitarie e un tema poco esplorato e non mancano opportunita e ostacoli al percorso di carriera delle donne. L’analisi di correlazione e regressione conferma che la presenza delle donne e positivamente correlata all’indice di performance delle strutture; la strada per arrivare alla parita non e breve e implica che le aziende sanitarie, se vogliono garantire parita di genere, devono riprogettare e migliorare l’organizzazione interna aprendo i loro CdA piu ampiamente alle donne.

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Giovanni Bronzetti, Maurizio Rija, Graziella Sicoli, Dominga Anna Ippolito, Diversità di genere e sistema sanitario: un’analisi su un campione di aziende sanitarie italiane in "MECOSAN" 120/2021, pp 63-81, DOI: 10.3280/MESA2021-120005