“Never as in this period of pandemic, if ever there was a need, have the San Marino citizens fully understood the importance and need for a need that works. Apparently, Ciavatta’s secretary had to take Dr. Bevere handsomely in order to notice the numerous critical issues in his management ”.
Libera returns to criticize the new ISS General Manager, do not spare a certain irony.
“In essence, the owner of the Healthcare is self-commissioned. And if things go well, someone might even (maybe) overlook all of this. The problem, however, is that he started off on the wrong foot. Because if it is true that the first step to solve things poorly is to draw a faithful drawing of the state of the art, then a bright future awaits us.
Analyzing the super manager’s report, it leaps to the eyes that those who want to put their hand to the ISS do not even know where San Marino is at home, much less the hospital, since immediately on page 4 the information provided is neither real nor responding to the standards.
Let’s go to page 5: there is talk of a pandemic and a “stress test” which has highlighted various problems. Now, having said that more and better could have been done, it should also be noted that probably one of the few things that worked was the so-called covid team.
Furthermore, Bevere’s approach – you want to affirm the – continues to think of an increasingly privatized healthcare system. It is no coincidence that one speaks inappropriately of an “ISS company”. Well, the ISS is not a company, it is not for profit, nor do the San Marino citizens want it to become a story as it must remain an asset of the community, of everyone and for everyone.
Not to mention that the ISS is a state body and as such must also comply with the rules of the public. Like it or not. Unless, in fact, someone has something else in mind.
Also in this regard, reading the report, it seems that Bevere did not fully understand in which reality he is operating. In fact, he thinks he can regulate the entire internal organization with regulations – otherwise questionable, in reality the system and roles must be scrutinized by the Council.
Too much bureaucracy? Don’t like this system? Sorry, but the same applies as above: we are not in the private sector, but in the public. Which means, it is strongly reiterated, greater safeguards for our fellow citizens.
what is already beginning to circulate in the corridors of the institute – with all due respect to the government press office that sees everything and hears everything – there is already a certain impatience in the staff at Secondo with the tones used. In fact, in the report the use of what is pompously defined “directional control” has not gone unnoticed all over the place: as if until yesterday everyone faced their own convenience, which would appear mortifying to the operators. Not to mention the fact that there are already precise rules to which everyone must abide. Precisely because we are in the public, no one can do their own thing. Clearly starting with the general manager.
The latter, always reading the report, appears catapulted into a reality detached from him. It can be understood precisely from the fact that trivialities and wrong things are written. Despite the generous help.
Let’s take page 17 of the report where we talk about changing the balance sheet: this is clearly written by those who do not know how our balance sheet is organized today, net of very obvious words and phrases. Still on p. 41 where we talk about organizational and administrative functions: all already implemented for at least 10 years. Human resources area: direct and economic offices are under the same at least 15 years to eliminate duplication of documents. There is already interchangeability between employees of the same PDR. Page 42: the coordination office is already on the staff of the health and social health management.
These are clearly examples, perhaps a little technical for our readers, but which highlight very little knowledge of the ISS: how can we think in this context of changing things for the better? On the other hand we have had plenty of examples of characters who come from outside and studying to the “naive” San Marino how to stay in the world. And the results are there for all to see because they entered the news.
Another example? The legitimacy of the administrative acts that occurs by law n.68 / 89, and which Bevere claims in his report belongs to the auditing auditors whose functions are defined by law 165/2004! Another very serious mistake that speaks volumes.
In short, mixed functions, hierarchies of sources overturned, mixed skills … and so on and so forth.
If the good start is half the battle, here the feeling is that we started very badly and that it will end even worse. As usual there will be those who will fall to their feet taking his money and those who will remain with the match in hand: the San Marino people often fall into the latter role.
Nobody takes it but no, we do not feel in good hands: indeed from the “pan” of Ciavatta, we ended up in the “embers” of Bevere.