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Vision and value in health information /
edited by Michael Rigby ; [foreword by Dierdre Hine]
imprint
Abingdon : Radcliffe Medical Press, c2004.
description
xxiii, 167 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
1857758633
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imprint
Abingdon : Radcliffe Medical Press, c2004.
isbn
1857758633
catalogue key
5072010
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Summaries
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A key collection of essays from eminent contributors on the innovative use and development of information in health care.
Table of Contents
Dedication
Foreword
Preface
About the editor
About the contributors
Introduction
Edith Korner: visionary, NHS reformer and friendp. 1
Learning from historyp. 11
Improving the United Kingdom's health system: an adaptive model to harness information and evidencep. 31
The need for a new healthcare paradigm: patient-centred and knowledge-drivenp. 47
Information as the patient's advocatep. 57
Information for practice improvementp. 69
Information for good governancep. 79
Information for the assessment of health outcomesp. 91
Principles and purpose for child health informaticsp. 107
New methods of documenting health visiting practicep. 121
Using information for public benefitp. 143
Globalization or localisation: common truths or local knowledge?p. 149
Indexp. 159
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