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eBook Managed Care on Trial: Recapturing Trust, Integrity, and Accountability in Healthcare (Hfma Healthcare Financial Management Series) ePub

by Dennis A. Robbins

  • ISBN: 0070530998
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Dennis A. Robbins
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill; 1 edition (July 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 270
  • ePub book: 1582 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1956 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 382

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In 1998 managed healthcare affected over 100 million Americans.

In 1998 managed healthcare affected over 100 million Americans.

Putting Healthcare Promises into Practice: Strategies for Empowerment and Innovation in Health Care. by Dennis A. Robbins.

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It explains financial management concepts in a way that's easy to understand

Medicine & Health Sciences. by. Louis C. Gapenski (Author). One criticism I have is that there is no way to know the answers to the questions in the back of each chapter. It explains financial management concepts in a way that's easy to understand. I don't normally like textbooks, so I'm surprised that this book is great. Only problem is, this book is very big.

Robbins, D. & Healthcare Financial Management Association (. New York: McGraw-Hill. Career Episode 1 Assignment Help. Report Highlighting Academic Integrity.

Given that life expectancy in Japan is 80 years, but in Malawi it is 40 and that in Norway 4 out of every 1000 children die, but in Sierra Leone 316 are reported, the importance of the management and administration of the academic training from bioethics is the objective of this work.

The fundamental concept behind managed control healthcare costs, services, and delivery, while providing .

Yet, disparities between theory and practice abound.

Managed care has introduced changes, such as cost effectiveness . Similarly, promoting trust and commitment at the organizational level is important.

healthcare delivery system. These changes have affected how healthcare administrators and clinical practitioners perceive the impact of managed care on healthcare delivery practices. A survey was initiated to explore whether the perceptions of administrators differed from those of practitioners and to discover which organizational variables could explain the difference.

Managed care successes in terms of quality and performance measurement, evidence-based decision-making and outcomes assessments must be measured against eroding public confidence that their healthcare needs will be appropriately met. This poses new ethical as well as legal. This poses new ethical as well as legal challenges.

Although managed care affects over 100 million Americans and continues to extend its reach across this country, its successes are often overshadowed by a deterioration of consumer confidence, as evidenced by the literally thousands of legislative and regulatory initiatives aimed at taming managed care. Managed Care on Trial explores the ethical and legal issues that arise from managed care and offers a prescription for the eroding confidence in the system by resorting trust, integrity and accountability. Managed Care on Trial seeks to arm the physician and other healthcare providers with knowledge that will better enable them to bridge the gap between fscal mandates and clinical standards, and to negotiate with payors as active partners rather than passive recipients in dealing with the challenges of marketplace demands. It is also oriented as a guide for consumers seeking better ways of addressing and solving the problems posed by the rapid transformation of the healthcare system. Included in the book are reviews of some of the most dramatic legal cases involving managed care.