Medical Business: Do We Prepare for Risk Management as a Social Responsibility?

Viroj Wiwanitkit

Abstract


Medical business is a worldwide practiced business. An important concern is on the good governance. The special focus in this brief article is on the risk management issue of medical business. It should be noted that medical business might contribute risk to the society; hence, it is a basic requirement that medical business has to prepare for risk management as social responsibility.


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Risk, Management, Medical business, Responsibility, Social.

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