4 edition of A business perspective on industry and health care found in the catalog.
A business perspective on industry and health care
Willis B. Goldbeck
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Willis B. Goldbeck.|
|Series||Springer series on industry and health care ; no. 2|
|LC Classifications||HD7102.U4 G64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 70 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||77017982|
Keywords: Business model innovation, health care industry architecture 1. Introduction Health care offers indispensable services to citizens and represents an important source of employment. Health care is also a complex and, in most countries, heavily regulated Size: KB. Introduction to Healthcare Industry provides learners with an easy-to-read introduction to healthcare world. This book comprises 11 chapters that will guide learners with a comprehensive.
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The Role of Managers in Health Care. Hospitals, clinics and other health care facilities provide patient services through doctors, nurses, diagnostic technicians and other medical staff. However, to make a profit, provide quality service and survive as a business, hospitals . start by providing a historical perspective to help readers understand the evolu-tion of quality in the healthcare industry. This perspective will include landmark reports and events that have helped shape the role quality of care currently plays in the industry. We will then explore the key principles and definitions that are essen-File Size: KB.
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Its potential audience includes nearly everyone interested in health care because the sys tem's future configuration is now being influenced by corporate health pro grams.
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Center for Industry and Health Care Boston University Health Policy Institute 53 Bay State Road Boston, Massachusetts Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data Goldbeck, Willis. A business perspective on industry and health care.
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The intention is that The intention is that students who complete a course using this book will be well positioned."This is an amazing perspective of the healthcare industry from both provider and patient points of view." Paul Coyne, 33, president of health-tech startup Inspiren, also recommends the book.