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Slovenian Entrepreneurship Observatory 2003
Miroslav Rebernik, Dijana Močnik, Jožica Knez-Riedl, Polona Tominc, Karin Širec, Matej Rus, Tadej Krošlin, Silvo Dajčman, final research report

Abstract: The monograph Slovenian Entrepreneurship Observatory 2003 consists of several research issues. In the first part, a short review of the current level of entrepreneurship is given, outlined on the basis of economic and statistical data. Understanding what is happening in Slovenian enterprises is important not only in order to pursue an appropriate economic policy but also in order to find the advantages and disadvantages of Slovenian companies in comparison with enterprises in other European countries. If Slovenia wishes to join the most developed European countries, it will have to speed up its economic growth. In the second part of a monograph, a number of topics, based on a survey of a sample of 672 enterprises are dealt with. We studied the relationship between banks and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), female entrepreneurship, clustering, social responsibility of companies and the development of competences.
Keywords: Companies Demography, Financing SMEs, Female Entrepreneurship, Clustering, Environmental Responsibility
Published: 18.01.2017; Views: 607; Downloads: 228
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Key economic parameters for an optimal pharmacy network in a regulated environment
Franjo Mlinarič, Žan Oplotnik, Boštjan Brezovnik, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: Pharmacies are an integral part of the modern healthcare system which strives for a holistic and efficient care. General practitioners and pharmacists are held in high esteem among local communities as they are the first point of contact when people have health issues. However, a strong demand for health services in developed countries and its present financing schemes undermined the sustainability of the whole health system (8.9% of GDP in 2013 and growing). According to WHO and EU recommendations, the whole healthcare system shall accept a holistic approach and focus on education, prevention and proper medicine consume. Part of this strategy is a seamless care concept, where medical doctors and pharmacists build a team around the well-being of a patient. Financing scheme incentives and KPIʼs (key performance indicators) will be focused on keeping people healthy, instead of paying for procedures. The future healthcare ecosystem obliges pharmacists to optimize network coverage and to extend health services. Nevertheless, their growth strategy needs to be gradual, considering the present level of network coverage, the low pace of private and public expenditures for medicine and services, and the fact that a new financing model for pharmacies is still unknown. Thus, we expect the development of pharmacy network in regulated environment to be financed predominantly from retained earnings in publicly owned pharmacies and by awarding pharmacy concessions.
Keywords: financial health, financing pharmacy growth, pharmacy network coverage, healthcare outcomes
Published: 14.07.2017; Views: 343; Downloads: 40
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Suggestion of legal regulation of tax advisory services to ensure its higher quality
Stanko Čokelc, Žan Oplotnik, 2013, original scientific article

Abstract: Article analyses the suitability of the legal regulation model of tax advisory services in relation to their higher quality. A comparative preview of (non)regulation of tax advisory services in selected EU states is being discussed and several regulative models for Slovenia developed based on comparison. With empirical results from (i) different groups of professional tax advisory service providers and (ii) tax advisory service clients we try to identify elements of tax advisory services quality and risks. Based on the results new model of regulation of the profession and the level of regulation, suitable within EU law frame, has been suggested. The key finding is that higher level of regulation would improve the quality of tax advisory services, which is not only important for clients of services, but also in the public interest, as it increases confidence in tax returns and financial statements prepared by tax advisors.
Keywords: quality of services, regulated professions, tax advisory services, taxing and financing, tax
Published: 24.07.2017; Views: 466; Downloads: 46
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Different approaches to cross border mobility of patients in the European Union in Czechia, Slovakia and Poland
Filip Křepelka, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: Poland and Slovakia are neighbour countries with similar history and socioeconomic conditions. They share heritage of socialized healthcare. Nevertheless, they adopted different policies towards promotion of patients´ mobility in the European Union. Accession to coordination of social security establishing assistance for tourists was smooth. Providers offer quality care for good prices. Foreign patients come to all three countries. Right for reimbursement of treatment intentionally sought across borders was created by the Court of Justice already before their accession. Nevertheless, they already decided on the Patients´ directive. Czechia supported it, Slovakia abstained and Poland refused. Numerous Poles seek treatment abroad and ask for its reimbursement, while implementing legislation barely complies and authorities are tight-fisted. Few Slovaks do it in accordance with rules adopted with cautiousness. Czechs ignore this opportunity despite official benevolence. Quality of healthcare, various price-setting and peculiarities of public financing explain this difference.
Keywords: European Union, free movement of services and goods, medical tourism, public financing of healthcare, patients' rights
Published: 09.10.2018; Views: 167; Downloads: 23
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