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Abstract Title

BALANCED SCORECARD AS MANAGEMENT TOOL FOR PLANTAR FASCIITIS REHABILITATION

Abstract Theme

Technology in sports

Type Presentation

Poster

Abstract Authors

Presenter José Augusto Theodosio Pazetti - Federal University of Sao Paulo (Human Movement Science) - BR
Felipe Mancini - Federal University of Sao Paulo (Brasil Open University) - BR
Isabela Buck - Federal University of Sao Paulo (Human Movement Science) - BR
Bruna Reclusa Martinez - Federal University of Sao Paulo (Human Movement Science) - BR
Liu Chiao Yi - Federal University of Sao Paulo (Human Movement Science) - BR

Presentation Details

Poster Exhibition Site (Local): Pink - 3        Date: 3 September        Time: 8am to 7pm        Presenter: Liu Yi

Abstract Resume

Background:
The way of business management has been undergone changes and impacted in all business areas. Many tools have been developed in order to enable enterprises to better use of physical, personal and
financial resources, in order to reflect better results [1]. In the health area, similar needs took place, which led to the same searching for management tools, so that to become the most competitive
health organizations for the current market needs. One tool that can be applied to health management is the Balanced Scorecard (BSC) [2]. It allows the elaboration of the goals, indicate the best
strategy to acquire pointing actions and appropriate behaviors to facilitate the implementation of the strategies. Thus, using BSC features could help Plantar Fasciitis treatment management [3]. The
BSC application allows to head strategic actions and seeking to avoid the expenditure of resources. The aim of this study is to build a BSC model as management tool for plantar fasciitis
rehabilitation, in the strategic management environment [4].

Methods:
Subjects between 18-50 years old, female, with PF diagnosis will participate the study. To build a BSC model for PF, indicators, targets and objectives should be defined from four perspectives,
according to the mission, vision and strategies: (i) results; (ii) patient; (iii) internal process; (iv) learning and growing. BSC indicators will be determined through the following assessment
instruments: Identification of Functional Ankle Instability questionnaire (IdFAI), Sports Athlete Foot and Ankle Score (SAFAS), Foot Function Index (FFI); Hop test, Core test, assessment of the
intrinsic muscles, Jack test, Navicular drop test; visual analogue scale (VAS); Star Excursion Balance Test, Step Down; Range of motion (ROM) of foot and ankle, and Lunge test.


Results:
After the construction of the BSC for managing FP, strategies will be obtained. It would help to reduce the treatment time; to reduce the evasion, better targeting treatment and decrease in recurrence
of the disease.

Conclusions:
The BSC construction as management tool for plantar fasciitis rehabilitation will permit greater efficiency and effectiveness in providing shorter, punctual and efficient treatments, reduce the
dropout rate of the treatment, in which involves operating gain and costs reduction.

References
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[2] Kliger AS. Quality Measures for Dialysis: Time for a Balanced Scorecard.
Clin J Am Soc Nephrol. 2015 Aug 27. pii: CJN.06010615. 

[3] Leyton-Pavez CE, Huerta-Riveros PC, Paúl-Espinoza IR. Balanced scorecard in health. Salud Publica Mex. 2015 May-Jun;57(3):234-41. 

[4] Gutiérrez López C, Mauriz JL, Culebras JM. Balanced scorecard as a management tool in clinical nutrition. nutr hosp. 2015 jul 1;32(1):403-10. doi: 10.3305/nh.2015.32.1.9123. 

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