Considering private-public partnership (bold written), the highest values correspond to La Ribera and Manises, but the values of Elx-Crevillent under medical emergencies are also outstanding (rows).
Manises shows a high patient dropout rate, while Denia and Torrevieja present very low dropout rates, whereby the latter concession is the Healthcare Department with the lowest dropout in ambulatory surgery, emergencies and outpatient consultations.
However, it most be noted that we found an exception to this pattern in the Department of Manises whose dropout rates reach one of the highest levels, in the year-on-year and in the healthcare type figures, although in recent years these are decreasing.
Manises achieves only an increase of its patients' net base in ambulatory surgery, while this base decreases in the other three healthcare types.
Differentiating by healthcare department, after La Fe, the departments of Elx-Crevillent, Denia and Manises present the best results with positive values in all healthcare types.
Ultimately, Manises has a reduced market share in all healthcare types except for ambulatory surgery.
The International Biennial of Ceramics in Manises is organized by the Manise's Townhall with the aim of promoting innovation in ceramics and ceramics design.
Sara Blanes, technician of the Manises Ceramics Museum, was part of the jury in both categories.
The selected works from the 13th biennial are on exhibition in the Museum of Ceramics in Manises until March 18,2018.
Caption: Opposite left: Enotis, Colectivo CSC (Spain), Disseny de Producte Ciutat de Manises Award.