The Well-Managed Healthcare Organization, Eighth Edition (AUPHA/HAP Book)

ISBN-13: 9781567937213

ISBN-10: 1567937217

Author: FACHE, Kenneth R. White, John R. Griffith, LFACHE

Edition: None

Publication date:
2015
Publisher:
Health Administration Press
Format:
Hardcover 548 pages
Category:
Medical
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Acknowledged author FACHE wrote The Well-Managed Healthcare Organization, Eighth Edition (AUPHA/HAP Book) comprising 548 pages back in 2015. Textbook and etextbook are published under ISBN 1567937217 and 9781567937213. Since then The Well-Managed Healthcare Organization, Eighth Edition (AUPHA/HAP Book) textbook received total rating of 3.5 stars and was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $38.09 or rent at the marketplace.


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Suite of Online Learning Resources: Increase student engagement and enhance your teaching with resources that integrate easily into many institutions’ learning management system. Student study and practice materials include “auto-feedback” multiple-choice questions and questions for discussion that reflect realistic situations that managers are likely to encounter in healthcare organizations. Instructor materials include analyses of the multiple-choice questions, key talking points for the questions for discussion, gradable review questions with accompanying rubrics, and PowerPoint slides of the book’s exhibits.

The Well-Managed Healthcare Organization is the most comprehensive text on healthcare management. Drawing on the experiences of high-performing and Baldrige Award-winning organizations, it details how to manage a healthcare organization using evidence, best practices, benchmarks, and a culture of continuous improvement. This popular resource has prepared thousands of healthcare management, nursing, medical, allied health, and health information management students to effectively lead in healthcare organizations (HCOs).

This edition describes how HCOs are responding to the Affordable Care Act by increasing their role in population health management and expanding their focus from acute to comprehensive care. In particular, this edition discusses:

Creating accountable care organizations and patient-centered medical homes Shifting from a volume to a value focus Creating a culture of high reliability to improve outcome measures Designing the electronic health record to meet meaningful use standards and incorporate big data Building cooperative teams through workforce planning and inclusion