Navigating Healthcare Reform. An Insider's Guide for Nurses and Allied Health Professionals

  • ID: 4276160
  • Book
  • 304 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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Suddenly, dramatically, and seemingly overnight, U.S. healthcare has morphed into something virtually unrecognizable. There are a slew of new requirements, regulations, goals, buzzwords, and acronyms. It is a revolution in how we view the role and responsibilities not only of the physician and patient, but also of the nurse, the nurse practitioner, physical therapist, nutritionist, medical assistant, pharmacy technician, social worker, and other healthcare professionals. But you don't just have to cope in this new world of healthcare. Now you can learn how to thrive amid all these changes and challenges. Written by the Chief Medical Officer of one of the world's leading global healthcare data and analytics companies, Navigating Healthcare Reform: An Insider's Guide for Nurses and Allied Health Professionals is a compelling and easy-to-follow guide to understanding our unfolding healthcare reform - including its biobehavioral and psychosocial aspects - and learning how to take advantage of the opportunities it presents.
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1. Welcome Aboard 2. The History of American Healthcare Delivery: From Cavemen Until Yesterday 3. A Whole New World:  The Healthcare Reform Revolution 4. Tossing the Traditional Healthcare Model on Its Head 5. Population Health Management 6. Patient Engagement 7. Clinical Decision Support 8. Interprofessional Education and Care 9. Putting It All Together:  The Age of the Non-Physician Care Provider Glossary of Terms

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Edelstein, Peter Chief Medical Officer, Elsevier Inc., Orlando, Florida.
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