Wagner Padua

Publicações

PUBLICAÇÕES

KRONEMBERGER A.C., BICALHO A.M.S.C., TEIXEIRA R.F. and PADUA FILHO, W.C. Marketing em Organizações de Saúde. 1ª.edition. Rio de Janeiro: FGV Editora, 2010

PADUA FILHO WC, PADUA I. The impact of capitalism in health management model: a Brazilian experience. UNINGÁ Review, 2014, Vol.18,n.3,pp.62-65

PADUA FILHO, WC., MEIRA, B and CARVALHO, C.A.J. Innovation as a challenge for health companies: the experience in a private hospital. RAHIS – Rev Adm Hosp Inov Saude, Vol.11, N.2, p: 58, 2014

PADUA FILHO, WC. Mergers and Acquisition in Hospital Sector: A Strategic Analysis of the Brazilian Market. International Management Review, Vol. 10, N.2, p: 5-12, 2014

PADUA FILHO, WC. The Physician as an agent of change in healthcare organizations. Rev Med MG, 2014 in press

PADUA FILHO, WC. How much should cost a medical consultation? A marketing analysis of the health sector in Brazil. International Journal Healthcare Management, 2015 in press

PADUA FILHO, WC., MEIRA, B and CARVALHO, C.A.J. Innovation as a challenge for health companies: the experience in a private hospital. RAHIS – Rev Adm Hosp Inov Saude, Vol.11, N.2, p: 58, 2014

PADUA FILHO, WC. Mergers and Acquisition in Hospital Sector: A Strategic Analysis of the Brazilian Market. International Management Review, Vol. 10, N.2, p: 5-12, 2014

PADUA FILHO, WC. The Physician as an agent of change in healthcare organizations. Rev Med MG, 24.4:564-565, Out/Dez, 2014

PADUA FILHO, WC. How much should cost a medical consultation? A marketing analysis of the health sector in Brazil. International Journal Healthcare Management, Publish online, Nov 2014 http://dx.doi.org/10.1179/2047971914Y.0000000095

PADUA FILHO WC, PADUA I. The impact of capitalism in health management model: a Brazilian experience. UNINGÁ Review, 2014, Vol.18,n.3,pp.62-65

PADUA FILHO, WC., FERREIRA VL, BITENCOURT B, PIMENTEL CCSB, FRANÇA GD, OLIVEIRA MR. Innovation: a tool for strategic business management in health. RAHIS – Rev Adm Hosp Inov Saude, Vol.12, N.4, p: 80-91, 2015