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Provider-led population health management : key strategies for healthcare in the cognitive era

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Author
Hodach, Richard
Grundy, Paul
Jain, Anil
Weiner, Michael
Edition
2nd ed.
Call Number
WA540 AA1 H64 2016
Location
Vancouver Community
Title
Provider-led population health management : key strategies for healthcare in the cognitive era
Author
Hodach, Richard
Grundy, Paul
Jain, Anil
Weiner, Michael
Responsibility
Richard Hodach, Paul Grundy, Anil Jain, and Michael Weiner.
Edition
2nd ed.
Place
Indianapolis, IN
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Inc
Year Published
2016
Physical Description
289 p.
Subjects
Delivery of Health Care
Health Policy
Health Planning
Health Services Needs and Demand
Abstract
Draws connections among the new care-delivery models, the components of population health management, and the types of health IT that are required to support those components. The key concept that ties all of this together is that PHM requires a high degree of automation to reach everyone in a population, engage those patients in self-care, and maximize the chance that they will receive the proper preventive, chronic, and acute care.
Section 1: New Delivery Models -- 1 Population Health Management -- 2 Accountable Care Organizations -- 3 Patient-Centered Medical Homes -- Section 2: How to Get There -- 4 Clinically Integrated Networks -- 5 Meaningful Use and Population Health Management -- 6 Data Infrastructure -- 7 Predictive Modeling -- 8 Automation Solutions and the ROI of Change -- Section 3: Implementing Change -- 9 Care Coordination --10 Lean Care Management -- 11 Patient Engagement -- 12 Automated Post-Discharge Care -- 13 Social and Behavioral Determinants of Health -- 14 Cognitive Computing: The Future of Population Health Management
Notes
Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN
9781119262695
Format
Book
Location
Vancouver Community
Call Number
WA540 AA1 H64 2016
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Chronic condition : why Canada's health-care system needs to be dragged into the 21st century

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Author
Simpson, Jeffrey
Call Number
WA540 DC2 S56 2012
Location
Vancouver Community
Title
Chronic condition : why Canada's health-care system needs to be dragged into the 21st century
Author
Simpson, Jeffrey
Responsibility
Jeffrey Simpson
Place
Toronto
Publisher
Allen Lane
Year Published
2012
Physical Description
392 p.
Subjects
Health Care Reform - Canada
Health Services
Health Policy
Abstract
"Jeffrey Simpson meets health care head on and explores the only four options we have to end this growing crisis: cuts in spending, tax increases, privatization, and reaping savings through increased efficiency. He examines the tenets of the Medicare system that Canadians cling to so passionately. Here, he finds that many other countries have more extensive public health systems, and Canadian health care produces only average value for money. In fact, our rigid system for some health care needs and a costly system for other needs - drugs, dentistry, and home care - is really the worst of both worlds. Chronic Condition breaks the silence about the huge changes and real choices that Canadians face"--From publisher description
Part One. 1. Hospital days -- Part Two. 2. Health care's early history -- 3. Medicare in Saskatchewan -- 4. The Father of Medicare -- 5. The Liberals and Medicare -- 6. The Canada Health Act -- Part Three. 7. How good is Medicare? -- 8. How much does Medicare cost? -- 9. Can efficiencies save Medicare? -- 10. Is private health care the answer? -- 11. Dr. Duval's opinion -- 12. Can we make ourselves healthier? -- 13. What does the public think? -- 14. What about other countries? -- Part Four. Remedies. 15. Doctors and nurses -- 16. Hospitals -- 17. Drugs -- 18. Conclusion.
Notes
Includes index.
ISBN
9780670065899
Format
Book
Location
Vancouver Community
Call Number
WA540 DC2 S56 2012
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Building bridges : a guide to optimizing physician-hospital relationships

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog120591
Author
Hamilton, Ted
Call Number
WX160 H36 2010
Location
Richmond Hospital
Title
Building bridges : a guide to optimizing physician-hospital relationships
Author
Hamilton, Ted
Responsibility
Ted Hamilton
Place
Orlando, FL
Publisher
Florida Hospital
Year Published
2010
Physical Description
71 p.
Series
Florida Hospital Healthcare & Leadership Monograph Series
Subjects
Hospital-Physician Relations
Abstract
Doctors are unhappy. Disenchanted with the practice of medicine, and dissatisfied with personal and professional life, many entertain the notion of alternative careers. Declining reimbursement, increasing workload, diminishing autonomy, and encroaching bureaucracy have robbed medical practice of joy and reduced it to wearisome drudgery. This disturbing trend emerges at a time when physician leadership in hospitals has never been more crucial. Physician engagement is essential to providing quality care, ensuring patient safety, providing an outstanding experience for patients and families, and building healthy communities. Since doctors and hospitals are inevitably and inextricably bound together in the care of our patients, it is imperative that hospitals help doctors find purpose, meaning, and fulfillment in life while working alongside the hospital to create a healing experience for the suffering and ill who seek our help.
ISBN
9780982040980
0982040989
Format
Book
Location
Richmond Hospital
Call Number
WX160 H36 2010
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