The foundations of integrated care: facing the challenges of change

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American Hospital Pub., Oct 29, 1998 - Medical - 292 pages
Written for decision makers both inside and outside health care organizations, The Foundations of Integrated Care provides a comprehensive, in-depth discussion of integrated health care delivery and financing systems. In addition to presenting an extensive discussion of Duke University Medical Center & Health System,
    Satinsky covers:
  • Key factors for successful system integration
  • Barriers to successful integration
  • Legal issues facing integrated delivery systems

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Contents

Impact on Systems
23
Developing Integrated Health Care
43
Factors That Contribute to Successful System
71
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About the author (1998)

MARJORIE A. SATINSKY, MBA, FACHE, is executive director for ReXMeD, a physician-hospital organization in Raleigh, NC. She has held senior managed care positions at Duke University Medical Center & Health System in Durham, NC; The Malden Hospital in Malden, MA; and the North Shore Medical Center in Salem, MA. She is an adjunct lecturer for the Department of Health Policy and Administration, School of Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and a guest lecturer at the Duke University School of Nursing, Durham. THE HEALTHCARE ASSEMBLY is a nonprofit organization providing year-round education and training for health care executives, trustees, managers, and supervisors. Founded in 1921 as the New England Hospital Association, The Assembly has continued to evolve organizationally to meet the needs of the changing health care industry. A rich tradition of volunteerism melds the expertise of over 200 practitioners with a professional staff to develop creative, innovative, and timely programs to serve the educational needs of more than 600 organizational members representing the continuum of care.

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