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Information Technology Business Models for Quality Health Care : An EU/US Dialogue :  An EU/US Dialogue - S. Krishna

Information Technology Business Models for Quality Health Care : An EU/US Dialogue

An EU/US Dialogue

By: S. Krishna (Editor), E.A. Balas (Editor), S.A. Boren (Editor)

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Published: 2002
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This book consists of presentations made at the conference held on May 14-15, 2002 at the University of Missouri-Columbia, USA, by professionals from clinical areas, health care management, payer institutions, information technology industry, government and health care quality research. Chapters are a cross-section of various business perspectives of health information technologies. Together, they discuss the challenges facing the widespread implementation of information technology, possible solutions to economic, structural, cultural, and institutional barriers in the use of these technologies and present real-world examples of innovative information technologies that can be used as business models of applied clinical and business solutions to improve health care quality.

Introduction
Acknowledgements
A Framework for Considering Business Modelsp. 3
Health Care Information Technology: Better Care, Better Businessp. 13
Choosing the Commercially Correct Idea for Research and Developmentp. 23
Mixed Messages: Legal Incentives and Disincentives Confronting Technologically Mediated Carep. 29
Business Models for Health Care Decision Supportp. 39
Current and Emerging Business Models in the Health Care Information Technology Industry: A View from Wall Streetp. 49
Federal Initiatives in Information Technology to Improve Patient Safety and Quality of Carep. 59
Developing a Shared Agenda for Health Care Systems Safety and Qualityp. 73
Empowering Patients: Total Product Life Cycle for Medical Devicesp. 85
A Systems Approach to Preventing Adverse Drug Eventsp. 95
Building Support for Health Information Technologiesp. 103
Physician Practice Management Solutionsp. 109
Citizen Health System: Telehealth Homecarep. 117
Telecommunications Model for Continuing Education of Health Professionals: The Royal Brompton Casep. 127
Demonstrating the Practical Value of New Health Technologiesp. 133
Application of Peer-to-Peer Networking to Health Carep. 141
Value Added Telecommunication Services for Health Carep. 147
Business Models for Cost Effective Use of Health Information Technologies: Lessons Learned in the CHCS II Projectp. 157
Author Indexp. 167
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ISBN: 9781586033071
ISBN-10: 1586033077
Series: Studies in Health Technology and Informatics
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 180
Published: 2002
Publisher: IOS Press
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.0 x 15.6  x 1.12
Weight (kg): 0.43