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Kominski, Gerald F. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index. Contents Figures and Tables. Foreword Abdelmonem A. Afifi, Linda Rosenstock. The Editors. The Authors. Introduction and Overview Ronald M. Andersen, Pamela L. Yancey, Roshan Bastani, Beth A.
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Ettner, Janet C. Kominski, Glenn A. Medicare Reform Gerald F. Kominski, Jeanne T. Black, Thomas H. Health Care System is a thoroughly revised and updated compendium of the most current thought on three key components of health care policy-improving access, ensuring quality, and controlling costs.
Written by a panel of health care policy experts, this third edition highlights the most recent research relevant to health policy and management issues. First is the use of medical devices to gather health information directly from patients such as pulse, blood pressure, and blood sugar monitors. The prevalent use of smartphones by patients offers a unique opportunity to manage healthcare problems with mobile applications. Providers can offer services like appointment scheduling, billing, as well as records and test result communication.
In tandem with increased communication with patients, telemedicine offers the benefit of long-range communication between patients and doctors and appears to be well received by both healthcare organizations and millennial patients. Technology innovations also allow providers to set up cloud storage for medical files allowing quick and convenient access from any location.
Providers must address the security concerns here including those created by organizational problems such as improper employee training.
Improving Quality and Value in the U.S. Health Care System
While some health records were compromised due to malicious activity, a large portion was due to unintentional disclosures by staff. Finally, providers have the option to use big data and artificial intelligence analytics in many areas to improve efficiency and identify problem areas.
While it is possible to do more with less and leverage solutions to these problems in order to efficiently utilize a decreased provider pool, too much of a deficit will impact the cost of receiving care. This is especially true considering the length and cost of educating and training medical providers. Healthcare staffing services are available to mitigate the effects of project needs. There are many issues arising within this complex healthcare system.
Providers are facing increased costs, regulatory changes, coding updates, inefficiencies, security issues, and disruptive technology. A key challenge is increasing interoperability between disconnected providers and leveraging technology to make up for decreasing staff and an improved focus on value-based care over quantity treated.
This includes improving preventative approaches to managing population health. One interesting option to reduce costs is to outsource vital tasks to a trusted third-party healthcare service organization. While there are many problems facing the healthcare industry, the future is bright and improving daily. Contact Nearterm today for more information about our services.
Cocchi, R Top 10 issues impacting healthcare industry in Gomes, N. Physicians Practice. Hayes, T. American Action Forum. Health Research Institute. Luthi, S. Modern Healthcare. National Association of Health Underwriters.
Nearterm Blog. General Healthcare Management Problems It is important to note the impact of fraud, waste, and abuse created by providers. Financial Issues in Healthcare Organizations A key financial issue facing Healthcare managers is offering affordable healthcare rates despite rising costs. Economic Challenges in the Healthcare Industry Healthcare management issues are also being mitigated by mergers between providers of all levels.
Final Note on Management Problems in Healthcare Organizations There are many issues arising within this complex healthcare system. References Abelson, R. The New York Times.
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