Reconfiguring the Eco-System for Sustainable Healthcare Vol: 4

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14 Jul 2014
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
272 pages - 152 x 229 x 26mm
Organizing for Sustainable Effectiveness


Volume 4 extends the examination of "Organizing for Sustainable Healthcare" (Volume 2 of the same series, 2012). It presents case studies and theoretical analyses that illustrate practical approaches to, and further the theoretical understanding of, the creation of a more sustainable healthcare. Given economic, ecological, and population trends, the sustainability of healthcare delivery as it is organized today cannot be taken for granted. Politicians, healthcare regulators and professionals worldwide are debating how to redesign today's delivery paradigms to deliver greater value to our societies while consuming fewer resources. Even in countries with national health systems, healthcare organization has been fragmented, diminishing outcome effectiveness and wasting society's resources. With complex value chains and dynamic interactions among various players, the reconfiguration of the healthcare system will require the reconciliation of different - often conflicting - goals, values, conceptions of social justice, work processes, knowledge bases, and business models. The chapters in this volume build on multiple disciplines and varied approaches to address this complexity.
Reconfiguring the Ecosystem for Sustainable Healthcare. List of Contributors. Reconfiguring the Ecosystem for Sustainable Healthcare: Introduction to the Volume. Acknowledgements. Healthcare: An Ecosystem in Transition. The Design and Acceleration of Healthcare Reform/ACOs: The Fairview Medical Group Case. Network-Based Transformation of Cardiac Care in New Zealand. A Physician-Led, Learning-Driven Approach to Regional Development of 23 Cancer Pathways in Sweden. Creating High-Value, Sustainable Healthcare: The Technical and Social Elements of Evidence-Based Medicine at the Southern California Permanente Medical Group. Embedding Sustainable-Effectiveness in Decision-Making within an Ecosystem: Lessons from the Health Technology Assessment Program at the Lombardy Region, Italy. Difficult Decisions in Times of Constraint: Criteria-Based Resource Allocation. Reconfiguring the Ecosystem for Sustainable Healthcare: Integrating Outside-In and Inside-Out Perspectives. About the contributors. Organizing for Sustainable Effectiveness. Reconfiguring the Ecosystem for Sustainable Healthcare. Copyright page.

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