5 edition of Values in health care found in the catalog.
Values in health care
Bruhn, John G.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by John G. Bruhn and George Henderson.|
|Contributions||Henderson, George, 1932-|
|LC Classifications||R727.3 .B78 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 404 p. :|
|Number of Pages||404|
|LC Control Number||91000586|
Decision making in health care involves consideration of a complex set of diagnostic, therapeutic and prognostic uncertainties. Medical therapies have side effects, surgical interventions may lead to complications, and diagnostic tests can produce misleading by: Below is a list of core values commonly used by leadership institutes and programs. This list is not exhaustive, but it will give you an idea of some common core values (also called personal values). My recommendation is to select less than five core values to focus on—if everything is a core value, then nothing is really a priority.
The book concludes with suggestions on how to develop a values-based approach in practice and through professional education. Values-Based Health & Social Care sets out key debates surrounding the nature of practice which will be of interest to students and practitioners alike. The growing organizational complexity of modern health systems is an obstacle to delivering improved health care value. The solution: change how caregivers work together by unleashing their autonomy. and putting it to the service of more effective cooperation.
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Understanding Value-Based Healthcare is a succinct, interestingly written primer on the core issues involved in maximizing the efficacy and outcomes of medical care when cost is a factor in the decision-making process.
Written by internationally recognized experts on value-based healthcare, this timely book delivers practical and clinically focused guidance on one of the most debated topics in /5(23). Values, ethics and health care London: SAGE Publications Ltd doi: / Duncan, Peter.
This is a book about values and ethics in health care, not in nursing or occupational therapy or health-related social work or any other particular health care occupation. Again, there are reasons for this. "This book encourages readers to reflect on the nature and values of health care practice through its challenging but accessible style.
It will be a stimulating and thought-provoking read for anyone involved in day-to-day health care." - Professor Jane Wills, London South Bank University.
" [This book] offers frameworks and guidance that all. Values and Ethics for Care Practice 9 ISBN Values and Ethics for Care Practice Values and ethics are integral to the provision, practice and delivery of patient-centred health and social care.
This book introduces readers to these conceptsFile Size: 1MB. Today’s healthcare environment is complicated. When it’s tough to know the true cost and quality of care, you could be overpaying and putting your health at risk.
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It will be a stimulating and thought-provoking read for anyone involved in day-to-day health care." - Professor Jane Wills, London South Bank University"[This book] offers frameworks and guidance that all health care workers will find stimulating and. This book examines key ethical frameworks and debates within the field of healthcare, locating them firmly in their social and occupational contexts.
Guiding Values, health and health care. In Values, ethics and health care (pp. London: SAGE Publications Ltd doi: /n2. Duncan, Peter. "Values, Health and Health Care.". Professional values in the health care professions are in a state of constant, and increasingly rapid, change.
If professionals are to work together in teams, it is vital that they understand the identities and values of their colleagues. This multi-authored, interdisciplinary volume charts how health care professional values have changed over Format: Paperback. Genre/Form: Case studies Cas, Études de: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wright, Richard A., Human values in health care.
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The book differs from other studies of health care reform by drawing on the stories of health care experienced by patients and it helpfully avoids ideological labeling.
The concluding chapter imagines how conversations around religious values, such as the Catholic model of the common good, might shape the organization of US health care moving. The health of that trust is in a parlous state.
Doctors believe that targets have compromised patient care, undermining clinical decision making in favour of furnishing officialdom with statistics.
The unthinking voices of those who have a shallow understanding of the real challenges of medicine attempt to reconcile the inexcusable and ill Cited by: 6. Mission, Vision & Values.
The Duke Health mission, vision and values statements are the fundamental building blocks for our success as a leading national academic health center committed to advancing health together.
These statements concisely convey the. Values are a fundamental component of the provision, practice and delivery of health and social care. The development of personal and professional values is influenced by a number of factors and the values held by practitioners and their professional groups can lead to competing demands and duties that make decision-making complex.
In this book, students will be encouraged to critically. "This book encourages readers to reflect on the nature and values of health care practice through its challenging but accessible style.
It will be a stimulating and thought-provoking read for anyone involved in day-to-day health care."--Professor Jane Wills, London South Bank University"[This book] offers frameworks and guidance that all health care workers will find stimulating and.
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Value-Based Health Care?concisely explains the mandate to successfully link health care quality and finance and describes the tools to implement strategies for organizational success. Yosef Dlugacz provides many illustrative real-world examples of process and outcomes of the5/5.
Books shelved as healthcare: Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End by Atul Gawande, The Healing of America: A Global Quest for Better, Cheap. HealthValues member log-in. Enter your email and password to view your account. This chapter explores the concept and practice of teamwork and collaboration in health care delivery, including the importance of professionalism, professional identity and training.
We consider how goals and values may vary according to one's profession, training and experiences, and team membership.
Value in Health Care: Accounting for Cost, Quality, Safety, Outcomes, and Innovation summarizes a two-day workshop held in Novemberconvened by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) Roundtable on Value & Science-Driven Health Care as part of its Learning Healthcare System workshop series.
While the purpose of the workshop was not to yield a single definition of value, and, as a result, no Cited by: Value in Health contains original research articles for pharmacoeconomics, health economics, and outcomes research (clinical, economic, and patient-reported outcomes/preference-based research), as well as conceptual and health policy articles that provide valuable information for health care decision-makers, as well as the research community.Intermountain Healthcare, based in Salt Lake City, Utah, announces a new Mission, Vision, and Values statement that reflects our expanding role, as we focus even more strongly on prevention and wellness, and strive to help people live the healthiest lives on: 36 S.
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