3 edition of Access to ambulatory care and the U.S. economy found in the catalog.
Access to ambulatory care and the U.S. economy
Frank A. Sloan
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Frank A. Sloan, Judith D. Bentkover.|
|Contributions||Bentkover, Judith D., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||RA410.7 .S57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 174 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||78019537|
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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE Public Health Sewice ] Number, Febru Access To Ambulatory Health Care: United States, Downloadable (with restrictions). The debate on health care reform in the United States has been greatly influenced by various national studies showing a strong relationship between lack of public or private health care coverage and inadequate access to health services.
There is also much concern about deficiencies in the availability and delivery of services to certain population groups. Changes in the delivery of contemporary healthcare and arguments from the medical education literature indicate that the further development of innovative teaching opportunities in ambulatory care is overdue.
Since Skeff () first proposed the benefits of the ambulatory model of undergraduate medical teaching, many writers have taken this forward by describing innovative programmes in a Author: John Dent. In the case of health care access models, the committee has provided a framework for the access indicators, but it will require years of tracking and further research to begin to approach the sophistication of economic by: 5.
Health at a Glance compares key indicators for population health and health system performance across OECD members, candidate and partner countries.
It highlights how countries differ in terms of the health status and health-seeking behaviour of their citizens; access to and quality of health care; and the resources available for health.
This handy pocket guide features a 'how to' approach to common problems that require immediate attention in an ambulatory care setting. The book emphasizes the ability to handle urgent and emergent care situations quickly and efficiently with a focus on low-tech procedures and skills.
Descriptions are concise and provide basic procedures with the necessary : $ To deliver the Borgess Promise through improved processes and throughput, meeting leading practice benchmarks for ambulatory care (i.e., on-time starts, “behind time,” appointment and telephone access, time spent with patients); and to utilize this exceptional care experience to provide the foundation for delivery system growth to achieve the goal of 1, ambulatory patient “touches.
What does Equity in Health Mean?* - Volume 22 Issue 1 - João Pereira. Sloan, F. and Bentkover, J.D. (), Access to Ambulatory Care and the U.S. Economy, Lexington Books, Lexington, Mass. * Views captured on Cambridge Core between September - 23rd April This data will be updated every 24 by: Minor surgical procedures.
Ambulatory and Outpatient care are often referred to interchangeably. These diagnostic, consultation, rehabilitation and procedural visits have become an essential part of the health care economy outside of a traditional hospital on: Broadhollow Road, Melville,NY.
More than 70 guidance documents cover the areas of: * Ambulatory Care Basics - Scholarship for Clinicians, Reimbursement * Clinical Practice - Managing Clinics for Asthma, Lipids, Immunizations, and More * Education - Student and Resident Rotations, Journal Clubs * Practice Management - Collaborative MTM, Practice Agreements, Protocols These detailed examples of successful clinical practices are invaluable for building or expanding your patient care services.5/5(1).
Harm in primary and ambulatory care impacts society and the economy. 28 4. Improving safety in the primary and ambulatory care sector. 30 Interventions to improve patient safety in primary and ambulatory care must be built on goodFile Size: KB.
With sales of o copies, The Resident s Guide to Ambulatory Care continues to be written by residents, for residents. The 7th edition includes 6 new chapters including child maltreatment, autism spectrum disorders, pneumonia in infants, occupational medicine, chronic pain management, and end of life : $ CORE CURRICULUM FOR AMBULATORY CARE NURSING focuses on the practice of staff nurses working with ambulatory care patients and coordinating the workflow in ambulatory care settings.
It includes identification and specification of unique role dimensions, such as telephone nursing and care coordination.5/5(1). A New Approach to Ambulatory Services from a profit center and physician economic alignment tool to a targeted care delivery channel that must be organized and coordinated with the other.
As such, health system growth requires many more ambulatory access points. Moreover, these ambulatory access points must be easily accessible throughout. AHRQ is committed to improving the safety and quality of ambulatory care in the United States. Ambulatory care is care provided by health care professionals in outpatient settings.
These settings include medical offices and clinics, ambulatory surgery .The COVID pandemic has dramatically changed how outpatient care is delivered in health care practices.
To decrease the risk of transmitting the virus to either patients or health care workers within their practice, providers are deferring elective and preventive visits, such as annual physicals.
When possible, they are also converting in-person visits to telemedicine visits.The chapter reviews operations management research in ambulatory care and also discusses some new trends in this care setting, as well as future research opportunities.
It examines two main issues, namely: competing objectives of multiple stakeholders and complex environmental factors that add uncertainties and are not easy to control.