Managed Care: Practice Strategies for Nursing
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Managed Care: Practice Strategies for Nursing

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ISBN-13:
9780761909651
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.01.1999
Seiten:
304
Autor:
Margaret M. Conger
Gewicht:
413 g
Format:
146x238x17 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

PART ONE: MANAGED CARE ENVIRONMENT
PREFACE: INTRODUCTION TO MANAGED CARE STRATEGIES
Health Care Reform - Margaret M Conger and JoAnne Woodall
An Opportunity for Nursing
Managed Care Organizational Structures - Margaret M Conger
Managed Care Organizational Strategies Used to Achieve Organizational Goals - Margaret M Conger
Nursing Involvement in Quality of Care Issues - Margaret M Conger
Nursing Case Management - Margaret M Conger
A Managed Care Organizational Strategy
PART TWO: NURSING STRATEGIES IN ACUTE-CARE HOSPITALS
Use of Nurse Extenders - Margaret M Conger
Advanced Practice Nurses - Margaret M Conger
Acute Care Settings
Nurse Case Management - Margaret M Conger and JoAnne Woodall
Acute-Care Hospital Practice
Automated Clinical Pathways in the Patient Record - Lisa Brugh
Legal Implications
Clinical Pathway Outcome Research - Pamela Keberlein
PART THREE: NURSING STRATEGIES IN COMMUNITY SETTINGS
Nurse Case Management in Community Settings - Margaret M Conger
Population-Based Nurse Case Management - Margaret M Conger
Advanced Practice Nurses as Case Managers - Margaret M Conger and Carol E Craig
Advanced Practice Roles in Community Settings - Carol E Craig, Kathy Ingleses and Margaret M Conger
Community Health Clinics
Advanced Nurse Collaborative Practice in a Primary Care Setting - Carol E Craig and Margaret M Conger
Of all the recent changes in health care, none more dramatically affected both patients and care providers than managed care. Not only has it altered the way we pay for health care, but also it has compelled a change in the way we approach health care, focusing increasingly on preventive care to reduce costs. In this book, the author and her colleagues examine the impact of managed care on nursing as a profession and nurses as individual caregivers.