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Management of medical technology : theory, practice, and cases /
by Eliezer Geisler and Ori Heller.
imprint
Boston : Kluwer Academic Publishers, c1998.
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xiv, 518 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0792380541 (alk. paper)
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Boston : Kluwer Academic Publishers, c1998.
isbn
0792380541 (alk. paper)
catalogue key
1564250
 
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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Main Description
The health care delivery system, its organizations, and its supporting industries are currently undergoing immense changes and at the center of this change is technology. This book is about the management of this technology . The authors refer to this new intellectual space as the Management of Medical Technology (MMT). From the core activities of delivering medical care, to the supporting industries producing technical systems, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, information technology, and finally to the insurers of health care - all of these demonstrate the central role technology plays in delivering health. Management of Medical Technology examines the many aspects of managing medical technology, discusses its key issues, and outlines how it can be managed more effectively. This is a foundational book in Kluwer's Series on MMT. It is designed for academics and students in all areas of management related to health care, as a text for related undergraduate and graduate courses, as well as a reference book for health care executives and managers of technology in industry. The book is divided into three complementary parts. Part 1 explores the theory of MMT and in six chapters outlines the new intellectual space of MMT and its theoretical background. Part 2 is dedicated to the practice of MMT. This part has six chapters and describes the two main empirical studies conducted by the authors on MMT; one study examined how hospitals currently manage medical technology and the second study investigated the management of medical information technology. Moreover, related to the practice of MMT, this part also discusses in detail issues of effectiveness of delivery, patient value and patient welfare, and education in MMT. Part 3 is a thorough treatment of MMT cases in a variety of health care organizations, each describing a different phenomenon in the practice of MMT. Eleven cases are included, with discussion questions for use in the classroom.
Main Description
The health care delivery system, its organizations, and its supporting industries are currently undergoing immense changes and at the center of this change is technology. This book is about the management of this technology. The authors refer to this new intellectual space as the Management of Medical Technology (MMT). From the core activities of delivering medical care, to the supporting industries producing technical systems, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, information technology, and finally to the insurers of health care - all of these demonstrate the central role technology plays in delivering health. Management of Medical Technology examines the many aspects of managing medical technology, discusses its key issues, and outlines how it can be managed more effectively. This is a foundational book in Kluwer's Series on MMT. It is designed for academics and students in all areas of management related to health care, as a text for related undergraduate and graduate courses, as well as a reference book for health care executives and managers of technology in industry. The book is divided into three complementary parts. Part 1 explores the theory of MMT and in six chapters outlines the new intellectual space of MMT and its theoretical background. Part 2 is dedicated to the practice of MMT. This part has six chapters and describes the two main empirical studies conducted by the authors on MMT; one study examined how hospitals currently manage medical technology and the second study investigated the management of medical information technology. Moreover, related to the practice of MMT, this part also discusses in detail issues of effectiveness of delivery, patient value and patient welfare, and education in MMT. Part 3 is a thorough treatment of MMT cases in a variety of health care organizations, each describing a different phenomenon in the practice of MMT. Eleven cases are included, with discussion questions for use in the classroom.
Table of Contents
Preface
Acknowledgments
Theoryp. 1
The Technology Imperativep. 3
Management of Medical Technology (MMT): An Emerging Intellectual Spacep. 23
Theoretical Foundations of MMTp. 49
The Hear Care Environmentp. 81
Adoption of Medical Technologyp. 91
Overview of the Studiesp. 119
Practicep. 127
Organization and Decision Making in MMTp. 131
Strategic Management of Medical Technologyp. 163
Management of Medical Information Technologyp. 177
Maximizing Effectiveness and Patient Valuep. 203
MMT: Education and Practicep. 239
The Road Aheadp. 251
Casesp. 253
The Rise of New Scientific Fields of Study from Established Disciplinesp. 259
Start-Up Barriers to Medical Equipment Innovationp. 273
Implementing the TDS System at University Hospital of Clevelandp. 287
Quality of Clinical Cardiac Care Delivered in Managed Care: The Case of Anthem of Ohiop. 305
Competitive Strategies in the Health Care Sector in Mexicop. 343
CQI Applications to Management in the Emergency Department: Development of a Nursing Protocol for Radiography of Suspected Cervical Spine Injuriesp. 357
The Procurement of a Health Care Information System within the United Kingdom's National Health Servicep. 377
Grant Memorial Hospitalp. 397
Commercialization of Medical Technology: The Neurokinetics and Neuromotionp. 423
Patterns of New Product Development in Japan's Pharmaceutical Industry: The Case of "Mevalotin"p. 459
Marketing of Medical Technology: GE's Computerized Axial Tomography (CAT Scanning)p. 469
The Authorsp. 503
Subject Indexp. 505
Name Indexp. 515
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