Reengineering of Operative and Invasive Services: Preparing for the Capitated Dollar

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Aspen Publishers, 1996 - Health & Fitness - 189 pages
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Reengineering of Operative and Invasive Services is the first-ever redesign sourcebook specific to surgical services. In this dynamic guidebook, discover how hospital administrators nationwide have made improvements in surgical services that have saved hundreds of thousands of dollars. With the help of case studies, detailed how-to instructions, updates on the latest technology, and practical tools such as sample data-gathering forms, charts, and more, one can move easily and smoothly through the process of reengineering.

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Contents

Chapter 2Managing the Process
11
The Place the Players and the Network
25
Chapter 4Reengineering and Quality Control
37
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Mae Taylor Moss, RN, MSN, DHA, FAAN, is vice president of operations at Accordant Health Services, a disease management organization based in Greensboro, North Carolina. She has consulted internationally and written numerous publications on leadership in health care.

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