LÍNEAS ESTRATÉGICAS DE ACCIÓN SOSTENIBLE PARA LOS CENTROS DE ATENCIÓN MÉDICA DE LAS REGIONES DE COLOMBIA

Strategic lines of sustainable action for health care centers in Colombian regions

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Karen Tatiana Valencia Rivero

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Con el planteamiento de los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible, la Asamblea General de las Naciones Unidas adoptó un plan de acción para el desarrollo de aspectos sociales, económicos y medioambientales a 2030. Este artículo busca analizar desde una perspectiva cualitativa la sostenibilidad en el campo hospitalario en diferentes partes del mundo donde han implementado estrategias bajo diferentes contextos socio-económicos y culturales que han ayudado a mejorar los procesos eficientemente mientras se reduce el impacto ambiental. La situación actual de la sustentabilidad hospitalaria a nivel global se tomará como punto de partida para proponer estrategias que permitan mejorar los servicios de salud en Colombia a través de la adopción de los métodos más eficientes y exitosos encontrados, que en conjunto con herramientas de la ingeniería industrial y de la ingeniería biomédica permitan abrir nuevos caminos para garantizar una vida saludable desde el cuidado del medio ambiente y de los servicios médicos que se prestan a la sociedad de forma sostenible.

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