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eBook Disease Management: A Systems Approach to Improving Patient Outcomes ePub

by Warren E. Todd,David Nash

  • ISBN: 0787957380
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Warren E. Todd,David Nash
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Jossey-Bass; 1 edition (January 22, 2001)
  • Pages: 382
  • ePub book: 1348 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1534 kb
  • Other: txt docx lit mobi
  • Rating: 4.5
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by Warren E. Todd (Author), David Nash (Author). Book Condition: A great title in Good condition.

by Warren E. ISBN-13: 978-0787957384. Book shows minimal to moderate signs of use. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Used items may not include supplemental materials. Disease Management is the first book to bring together systems thinking and organizational structure in a framework for designing, developing, and implementing a comprehensive health management system.

Disease Management : A Systems Approach to Improving Patient Outcomes. by Warren E. Todd and David Nash. Disease Management: A system's approach to improving patient outcomes. Published by Thriftbooks. Easy to read, type nice and dark, no headaches here. You can virtually open up to any page and start reading. Book is easy to manage. Stay away from large paperbacks if possible-they slip and side and do not hold up for mailing very well. Still, they are lighter in the book bag. bravo! Content true to title from experts in the field.

Disease Management is the first book to bring together systems thinking and organizational structure in a framework for designing, developing, and implementing a comprehensive health management system. Looks like you are currently in Russia but have requested a page in the United States site. Would you like to change to the United States site? NO. YES.

In most disease management systems a senior renal nurse coordinates all aspects of the patient's care and . Such a system attempts to centralize the currently fragmented care delivery system, continually improve patient outcomes, and conserve scarce economic resources.

In most disease management systems a senior renal nurse coordinates all aspects of the patient's care and ensures that the prescribed and necessary care is delivered for both CKD-related and comorbid conditions. The nurse also continually monitors outcomes on quality indicators and key performance measures.

Автор: Warren E. Todd Название: Disease Management: A Systems Approach to. .

Warren Todd and David Nash; Chicago; 1997; American Hospital .

Warren Todd and David Nash; Chicago; 1997; American Hospital Publishing; 357 pages. Disease management is a relatively new term in the vocabulary of most physicians and surgeons. It is a phrase that has grown out of the current situation of dissolution of old systems of medical care and their replacement with new approaches. A second section of the book addresses how disease management might have an impact on important compo-nents of the health care industry. In this section, chapters deal with pharmaceutical companies, managed care organ-izations, home health care and social work, and case man-agers.

All emphasis is given to the use of Internet for education and empowerment of the patient.

Todd WE, Nash D. Disease management: a systems approach to improving patient outcomes. Chicago: American Hospital Publishing, In. 1997. 3. Herzlinger R. Market-driven health care: who wins, who loses in the transformation of America’s largest service industry. Reading (MA): Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1997. 4. Disease management: successful strategies and programs for managing chronic diseases under managed care.

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Motivated by business pressures, market consolidation, and the pursuit of quality care, health care professionals in all areas of practice are beginning to explore more fully the tremendous potential of disease management-- a systemwide strategy for proactively managing chronic diseases across the entire continuum of care. Disease Management is the first book to bring together systems thinking and organizational structure in a framework for designing, developing, and implementing a comprehensive health management system.

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I failed to check the date of publication before I ordered it however find that this information was still very timely and provides an historical as well as interdisciplinary approach to problems we continue to have in disease management. Although the nursing profession was missing in most of the content there was a strong chapter on case management by nurses that described the skill set and qualities that are identified with quality case management.
This book provides support for those attempting to make change in their health care delivery around long term conditions.
Kiutondyl Kiutondyl
***** Unable to select stars. This was one of my favorite new books of 2010. Easy to read, type nice and dark, no headaches here. You can virtually open up to any page and start reading. Book is easy to manage. Stay away from large paperbacks if possible-they slip and side and do not hold up for mailing very well. Still, they are lighter in the book bag. bravo!