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Revista Cuidarte

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PEREZ-ORDONEZ, María del Coral  e  MORALES-MENDEZ, Jonathan David. Review of the Origins of Corporate Social Responsibility in the Health Sector in Colombia. Rev Cuid [online]. 2011, vol.2, n.1, pp.206-215. ISSN 2216-0973.  http://dx.doi.org/10.15649/cuidarte.v2i1.59.

Introduction: Corporate social responsibility in the health sector is virtually null, but if we speak specifically of Colombia is even less, through the years this concept has evolved and has been linked to the importance of corporate social responsibility from the actors involved in the development of the Colombian health system. Materials and Methods: Literature Feview. Results: today some EPS's have developed policies and actions aimed at the subject, among which are foundations, incentives, integration processes but these are still not permitted in the user satisfaction, have not focused on promotion, prevention and monitoring of patients and their diagnoses. Discussion and Conclusion: as shown in the review, the concepts of corporate social responsibility has existed from remote times, which were already covered issues important to the economic activity of production units of the time, in the health sector there is virtually no literature that specifically Corporate Social Responsibility but may be associated with different patterns that have been authors on the importance of health as a fundamental element in the development of human capital. It is clear that the different actors of the Social Security System in Health Colombian imperatively requires the implementation of effective RSE practices whose central axis is the patient and not the economic goals of the various actors.

Palavras-chave : Law; Patient; Clinic; Hospital; Social Responsibility; Regime.

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