Cases in Health Services Management, Sixth Edition

Health Professions Press, Inc.
  • erschienen am 16. Oktober 2017
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  • 437 Seiten
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Emerging and experienced health services managers can hone their skills with these challenges and in-depth case studies. With more than 50% new content in this sixth edition, Cases in Health Services Management includes 28 cases and 12 ethics incidents that address contemporary issues encountered by administrators and managers, such as organizational change, ethical dilemmas, conflicts of interest, regional competition, staff misconduct, and patient safety. Complex, real-life management scenarios are presented for analysis, evaluation, and resolution by using a problem-solving methodology and applying knowledge, skills, and expertise from all areas of healthcare administration.The cases are wide ranging and cover varied healthcare settings, including: hospitals (large/small, urban/rural, academic); long-term care facilities; Pharmaceutical services; specialty and outpatient centers; and other service delivery settings.Providing an exceptional framework for decision making and debate, this casebook is an outstanding text for capstone and issues courses as well as a valuable resource for professional development seminars for practicing administrators and risk managers in health services settings. INSTRUCTOR MATERIALS FOR FACULTY: Case summaries; exercises and role-plays; discussion and debate questions; timelines; decision trees; analyses of key issues, root causes, options, feasibility, cost-benefit, stakeholder interests; supplemental documents
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978-1-938870-73-6 (9781938870736)
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  • Front Cover
  • Title Page
  • Half Title
  • Copyright
  • Dedication
  • Contents
  • About the Editors
  • Contributors
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • Part I: Policy Environment of Health Services Delivery
  • 1. Carilion Clinic
  • Alexandra Piriz Mookerjee and Kurt Darr
  • 2. Flu Vaccine
  • Mary K. Feeney and Abigail Peterman
  • 3. Merck's Crixivan
  • Kimberly A. Rucker, Nora G. Albert, and Kurt Darr
  • 4. Pineridge Quality Alliance: A Case Study in Clinical Integration and Population Health
  • Tracy J. Farnsworth
  • 5. Hawaii Health Systems Corporation: The Politics of Public Health Systems Governance
  • Earl G. Greenia
  • Part II: Strategic Management
  • 6. Riviera Medical Center
  • Michael J. King and Robert C. Myrtle
  • 7. Edgewood Lake Hospital: Leadership in a Rural Healthcare Facility During Challenging Economic Times
  • Brent C. Pottenger, Douglas Archer, Stephen Cheung, and Robert C. Myrtle
  • 8. Klamath Care: Targeting and Managing Growth and Company-Wide Development
  • Tracy J. Farnsworth, Leigh W. Cellucci, and Carla Wiggins
  • 9. Hospital Consolidation
  • Tracy J. Farnsworth
  • 10. Service Area Management
  • Tracy J. Farnsworth
  • 11. Western Healthcare Systems: A Healthcare Delivery Continuum
  • Robert C. Myrtle
  • Part III: Organizational Management
  • 12. Hartland Memorial Hospital: Part 1, In-Box and Prioritization Exercise
  • Kent V. Rondeau, John E. Paul, and Jonathon S. Rakich
  • 13. Bad Image Radiology Department
  • Kurt Darr
  • 14. Westmount Nursing Homes: Implementing a Continuous Quality Improvement Initiative
  • Kent V. Rondeau
  • 15. District Hospital: A Lesson in Governance
  • Cynthia Mahood Levin and Kurt Darr
  • 16. Restructuring Decision Making at Holy Family Hospital: Overcoming Resistance to a Shared Governance Program
  • Kent V. Rondeau
  • Part IV: Organizational Effectiveness
  • 17. Attica Memorial Hospital: The Ingelson Burn Center
  • Bonnie Eng-Suess and Robert C. Myrtle
  • 18. Pediatric Dental Care Center
  • Eleanor Lin
  • 19. Radical Innovation on the Idaho Frontier: Bengal Telepharmacy
  • Julie Frischmann, Neil Tocher, and Alexander R. Bolinger
  • 20. Structure and Funding of Hospitalist Programs
  • John E. Paul and Gillian Gilson Watson
  • 21. Appian Health Systems
  • Robert C. Myrtle
  • 22. Evolution of the Healthy Communities Initiatives
  • Barry Ross
  • Part V: Leadership Challenges
  • 23. Hospital Software Solutions (A)
  • Elizabeth M. A. Grasby and Jason Stornelli
  • 24. The Case of Tim's Last Years
  • Kurt Darr and Carla Jackie Sampson
  • 25. Autumn Park
  • Cara Thomason Embry and Robert C. Myrtle
  • 26. Appalachian Home Health Services
  • Kathryn H. Dansky
  • 27. Suburban Health Center
  • Bruce D. Evans and George S. Cooley
  • 28. Team Building: From Success to Failure in 24 Hours
  • Cherie A. Hudson Whittlesey
  • Part VI: Ethics Incidents
  • 29. Ethics Incidents
  • Kurt Darr
  • Administrative Ethics
  • Incident 1: Borrowed Time
  • Incident 2: ED Repeat Admissions: A Question of Resource Use
  • Incident 3: The Administrative Institutional Ethics Committee
  • Incident 4: Bits and Pieces
  • Incident 5: A Potentially Shocking Revelation
  • Incident 6: Intensive Care Unit Dysfunction
  • Clinical Ethics
  • Incident 7: Protecting the Community
  • Incident 8: Decisions
  • Incident 9: The Missing Needle Protector
  • Incident 10: To Vaccinate, or Not
  • Incident 11: Demarketing to Avoid Bankruptcy
  • Incident 12: Something Must Be Done, But What?
  • End Notes

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