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Physician Profiling: A Source Book for Health Care Administrators Piland, Neil F.|Lynam 1 of 1
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Learn more about Physician Profiling: A Source Book for Health Care Administrators:

Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 078794601X
ISBN-13: 9780787946012
Sku: 30491600
Publish Date: 4/10/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9.25H x 7L x 0.75T
Pages:  166
Age Range:  NA
 
Many health care leaders believe that defining and measuring physician work efforts and linking those efforts to practical and measurable clinical outcomes-physician profiling-will not only improve patient satisfaction and increase the quality of care, it will revolutionize the health care industry. Physician Profiling brings together twenty-one of the nation''s most prominent physician researchers and executive medical group administrators, giving health care leaders and physician practice administrators the tools they need to evaluate and implement a physician profiling system, unlocking this powerful technique for use in their own organizations.


"Reducing clinical variation among physicians is the name of the game in improving health care. This book provides an overview that you shouldn''t miss of the state-of-the-art in this rapidly developing field."--Dean C. Coddington, principal, McManis Associates and author, Making Integrated Health Care Work

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As health care leaders attempt to address consumer demands, enhance the quality of patient care, and adhere to constantly shrinking budgets, physician productivity has been placed under the microscope. But associating productivity with patient care is not without controversy. Physician Profiling seeks to reconcile physician autonomy and increased output. Written by top health care executives and consultants, this book provides a practical understanding of physician profiling and explains its effect on medical group practices. Using profiling software systems, physician leaders can tell who their most -- and least -- productive doctors are and how they deviate from the norm. Rich in case studies and tips for success, Physician Profiling shows health care management professionals how to use profiling data responsibly and accurately, and in many instances how data can assist physicians in finding the right treatment plan for a specific illness -- ultimately improving the quality of patient care.Many health care leaders believe that defining and measuring physician work efforts and linking those efforts to practical and measurable clinical outcomes-physician profiling-will not only improve patient satisfaction and increase the quality of care, it will revolutionize the health care industry. Physician Profiling brings together twenty-one of the nation's most prominent physician researchers and executive medical group administrators, giving health care leaders and physician practice administrators the tools they need to evaluate and implement a physician profiling system, unlocking this powerful technique for use in their own organizations.

"Reducing clinical variation among physicians is the name of the game in improving health care. This book provides an overview that you shouldn't miss of the state-of-the-art in this rapidly developing field."--Dean C. Coddington, principal, McManis Associates and author, Making Integrated Health Care Work

Many health care leaders believe that defining and measuring physician work efforts and linking those efforts to practical and measurable clinical outcomes-physician profiling-will not only improve patient satisfaction and increase the quality of care, it will revolutionize the health care industry. Physician Profiling brings together twenty-one of the nation's most prominent physician researchers and executive medical group administrators, giving health care leaders and physician practice administrators the tools they need to evaluate and implement a physician profiling system, unlocking this powerful technique for use in their own organizations.

"Reducing clinical variation among physicians is the name of the game in improving health care. This book provides an overview that you shouldn't miss of the state-of-the-art in this rapidly developing field."--Dean C. Coddington, principal, McManis Associates and author, Making Integrated Health Care Work

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Product attributeBook Format:   Paperback
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0166
Product attributePublisher:   Jossey-Bass
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