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The foundations of integrated care : facing the challenges of change /
Marjorie A. Satinsky.
imprint
Chicago, Ill. : American Hospital Pub., c1998.
description
xii, 292 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
1556482078 (hard cover)
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imprint
Chicago, Ill. : American Hospital Pub., c1998.
isbn
1556482078 (hard cover)
catalogue key
1791332
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Written for decision makers both inside and outside health care organizations, The Foundations of Integrated Care provides a comprehensive, in-depth discussion of integrated health care delivery and financing systems. In addition to presenting an extensive discussion of Duke University Medical Center & Health System, Satinsky covers:- Key factors for successful system integration- Barriers to successful integration- Legal issues facing integrated delivery systems
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"This timely book is a must for all of us putting together our integration efforts." -Tom Girton, FACMPE "A no-nonsense primer on the mystical world of integrated delivery systems." -Arnold D. Kaluzny, PhD "This book provides a comprehensive, well-written, and extensively referenced discussion of integrated health care delivery and financing systems. . . . Wonderful examples and an in-depth case study facilitate an understanding of the process by which integrated systems are developed and the factors critical to system success." -Harriet G. Tolpin, PhD "Any individual at a senior level considering a new position in an integrated delivery system will want to read this book. It will inspire the 'right' questions to ask before stepping forward. It could make the difference between a bad and good career decision." -David Shabot
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Written for decision makers both inside and outside health care organizations, The Foundations of Integrated Care provides a comprehensive, in-depth discussion of integrated health care delivery and financing systems. In addition to presenting an extensive discussion of Duke University Medical Center & Health System, Satinsky covers: - Key factors for successful system integration - Barriers to successful integration - Legal issues facing integrated delivery systems
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Written for decision makers both inside and outside health care organizations, The Foundations of Integrated Care provides a comprehensive, in-depth discussion of integrated health care delivery and financing systems. In addition to presenting an extensive discussion of Duke University Medical Center & Health System, Satinsky covers: Key factors for successful system integration Barriers to successful integration Legal issues facing integrated delivery systems
Table of Contents
About the Author
Introduction
""Integrated Health Care Systems"": Definition and Applications
External Environment: Impact on Systems Formation
Developing Integrated Health Care
Factors That Contribute to Successful System Integration
Barriers to Successful System Integration
Cases Exemplifying Important Issues in Systems Integration
Case Study: Duke University Medical Center & Health System
AppAndix Legal Issues Facing Integrated Delivery Systems
Glossary
Index
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