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Health Planning for Effective Management - William A. Reinke

Health Planning for Effective Management

By: William A. Reinke (Editor)

Hardcover

Published: 14th April 1988
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Extending the ideas presented in the highly successful Health Planning: Qualitative Aspects and Quantitative Techniques (1972), this book looks at practical aspects of implementing primary health care programmes. The book's three sections cover: the policy issues and conceptual framework for planning, implementation, and evaluation; essential methods of planning for effective implementation; and specific tools and techniques in programme management. Part I contains chapters on the planning process itself, as well as management, evaluation, and health systems research. Part II considers the economic, political, epidemiological, demographic, and other disciplinary components of planning that contribute methods for health needs assessment and resources allocation. Specific analytical techniques presented in Part III relate to decision analysis, network analysis, survey techniques, cost-effectiveness appraisal, and many other areas. This practical text, aimed at public health students and administrators, emphasizes the difficult task of providing essential health services to scattered rural populations, in developing countries with limited resources.

"This will be the standard textbook on international health planning for years to come, and should be recommended as a reference work." --The Health Service Journal

PART I: The Integration of Planning with Action 1: Carl E. Taylor and William A. Reinke: The Process, Structure and Functions of Planning 2: W.A. Reinke: Management Analysis 3: W.A. Reinke: Health Systems Research in Relation to Planning 4: W.A. Reinke: Health Services Program Evaluation PART II: The Planning Process: Concepts, Methods and Strategies 5: W.A. Reinke: An Overview of the Planning Process 6: W.A. Reinke and Thomas L. Hall: Political Aspects of Planning 7: Alan L. Sorkin: Economic Aspects of Health Planning 8: Margaret Bright: The Demographic Base for Health Planning 9: Timothy D. Baker and W.A. Reinke: Epidemiologic Base for Health Planning 10: T.D. Baker: Health Manpower Planning 11: T.D. Baker: Planning Health Facilities 12: W.A. Reinke: Financial Analysis 13: C.E. Taylor: Community Involvement 14: W.A. Reinke: Organizational Structure and Process PART III: Toward Plan Implementation: Analytical Techniques and Tactical Considerations 15: W.A. Reinke: Tools for Improving the Process of Planning 16: W.A. Reinke: Sample Surveys 17: W.A. Reinke: Population Estimates and Projections 18: W.A. Reinke: Measurement of Health Needs and Services Utilization 19: W.A. Reinke: Manpower Analysis 20: A.L. Sorkin: Cost-Benefit and Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Health Programs 21: W.A. Reinke: Synthesis of Health Needs and Resources

ISBN: 9780195053371
ISBN-10: 0195053370
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 14th April 1988
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 1.75
Weight (kg): 0.63