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Controlling Disease Outbreaks: the Changing Role of Hospitals

Recent outbreaks of a novel avian influenza A virus (H5N1) in Asia, Africa and Europe were a chilling reminder that another human pandemic may occur any time. Such a world-wide outbreak will cause intense human suffering, disruption of social systems, major economic losses, and greatly burden health care services. Several pandemics during the last century, like the 'Spanish flu' (1918), the 'Asian flu' (1957), the 'Hong Kong flu' (1968) and SARS (2003) prompted health care authorities for preparedness planning. This book describes these recent incidents and emphasises the need for more structured planning and preparation for medical emergencies such as emerging infectious disease outbreaks.

Care Coordination and Transition Management Core Curriculum

The Care Coordination and Transition Management (CCTM) Core Curriculum text covers nine evidence-based dimensions: 1.Advocacy 2.Education and engagement of patients and families 3.Coaching and counseling of patients and families 4.Patient-centered care planning 5.Support for self-management 6.Nursing process (proxy for monitoring and evaluation) 7.Teamwork and collaboration 8.Cross setting communications and care transitions 9.Population health management 

Value Based Health Care

Value-Based Health Care Linking Finance and Quality Yosef D. Dlugacz Value-Based Health Care? Value-Based Health Care'concisely explains the mandate to successfully link health care quality and finance and describes the tools to implement strategies for organizational success. Yosef Dlugacz provides many illustrative real-world examples of process and outcomes of the value-based approach, taken from a wide rangeof health care settings. Perfect for students preparing to enter health care management or for practicing health care leaders and professionals, this book is a vital guide to approaches that ensure the health of patients and health care organizations alike. 

CSMA Core Curriculum for Case Management

This comprehensive, expertly-written guide provides those directly or indirectly involved in case management with information about best practices, descriptions of key terms, essential skills, and tools that fulfill the current Case Management Society of America's (CMSA) standards and requirements. Addressing the full spectrum of healthcare professional roles and environments, this is both a crucial certification study guide and vital clinical resource for the case management professionals in all specialty areas, from students to veteran case managers. 

The Case Manager's Handbook

Written by renowned author Catherine Mullahy, The Case Manager's Handbook, Fifth Edition is the ultimate how-to guide for case managers. This practical resource helps case managers build fundamentals, study for the Certified Case Manager (CCM) exam, and most importantly, advance their careers after the exam. Written for all professionals in all practice settings in case management, it uses real-life examples and an easy-to-read, conversational style to examine the case management process while presenting practical procedural information. An excellent daily reference and training guide for new case managers and seasoned professionals in various setting, 

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