2 edition of Managing the care of health and the cure of disease found in the catalog.
Managing the care of health and the cure of disease
|Statement||by S. Glouberman and H. Mintzberg. Part 1, Differentiation.|
|Series||Working papers / INSEAD -- 98/49/SM, Working papers -- 98/49/SM.|
|Contributions||Mintzberg, Henry., INSEAD.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
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The skills and ideas of managers are crucial to health-care reform. An interview with HBS professor Richard M.J. Bohmer, MD, and an excerpt from his book Designing Care: Aligning the Nature and Management of Health Care. A purposive sample was developed of health care organizations which were recognized as exemplars for PHRs and were high performers in national patient satisfaction surveys (H-CAHPS or CAHPS).
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We advocate on issues that affect the Parkinson’s community in Canada, and we aggressively fund innovative research for better treatments and a cure. (Those of us with health insurance are lucky to even have it.) But getting the best possible care is always the goal, and if the excellent hospital that your child really needs for lifesaving surgery or a highly specific treatment is outside your health insurance carrier’s network, you need to find that out.
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Shared decision making is when you work with your doctors to make decisions based on what you care about most. In RA, shared decision making is the basis of treat-to-target (T2T). In T2T, you and your doctor decide on a treatment goal and adjust your medication every few months until you reach it.A new book titled Type 2 Diabetes: The Owner’s Manual, authored by physician assistant (PA) Daryl Wein, is providing thousands of individuals suffering from type 2 diabetes with the tools needed to live a normal life, according to a press release.
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