Summary: The group in which legal authority is vested for the control of health-related institutions and organizations.
Publications234 found, 100 shown here
- Organizational design consistency: the PennCARE and Henry Ford Health System experiencesNicole L Dubbs
School of Public Health, Department of Health Policy and Management, Columbia University, New York, New York, USA
J Healthc Manag 47:307-18; discussion 318-9. 2002....
- Governance. What trustees wantDavid J Baltzer
Rehoboth McKinley Christian Health Care Services, Gallup, N M, USA
Trustee 57:26-8. 2004
- Predictors and level of sustainability of community prevention coalitionsMark E Feinberg
Prevention Research Center, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, USA
Am J Prev Med 34:495-501. 2008..This study examined the level of and predictors of sustainability among Communities That Care (CTC) sites in Pennsylvania...
- The effects of governing board configuration on profound organizational change in hospitalsJeffrey A Alexander
Department of Health Management and Policy, School of Public Health, University of Michigan, 1420 Washington Heights, Ann Arbor, MI 48109, USA
J Health Soc Behav 47:291-308. 2006This study extends the literature on governing boards and organizational change by examining how governing board configurations have influenced profound organizational change in U.S...
- Assessing organizational readiness and capacity for developing an integrated child health information systemEllen L Wild
All Kids Count, Public Health Informatics Institute, Task Force for Child Survival and Development, Decatur, GA 30030, USA
J Public Health Manag Pract . 2004..The Tool includes a planning matrix to track those action steps and to identify accountable personnel. Strategically examining the critical elements and documenting next steps increases the likelihood of a successful integration project...
- Governance forms in health systems and health networksJeffrey A Alexander
Department of Health Management and Policy, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
Health Care Manage Rev 28:228-42. 2003....
- Community accountability among hospitals affiliated with health care systemsJ A Alexander
Department of Health Services Management and Policy, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 48109, USA
Milbank Q 78:157-84, 149. 2000..Further, hospitals affiliated with different types of systems vary in the style and degree of accountability they demonstrate...
- Governance as an instrument of successful organizational integrationJeffrey C Lozon
St Michael s Hospital
Hosp Q 6:68-71. 2002..This article examines the principles and structures that guided the governance team and St. Michael's Hospital to a stronger and more vibrant future...
- The Joint Commission in 2004: what the board needs to knowRichard E Thompson
Thompson, Mohr and Associates, Springfield, MO, USA
Trustee 56:28, 36, 1. 2003..Changes to Joint Commission standards for 2004 not only enhance their fairness and logic, but will improve care for currently hospitalized patients...
- Taking the prudent path. Best practices for not-for-profit boardsMichael W Peregrine
Gardner, Carton and Douglas, Chicago, USA
Trustee 56:24-7, 1. 2003..A direct outgrowth of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, best practices in corporate governance strengthen board independence, provide a framework for ethical decision-making and enhance compliance with state and national regulations...
- Building a bolder board--and learning to like itTerese Hudson Thrall
Hosp Health Netw 81:61-2, 64, 2. 2007..Today's trustees are more independent of their hospital CEOs and bring a specific expertise to the board. CEOs are starting to embrace the changes...
- Succession planning. Dress rehearsal for the understudiesDonald H Hutton
Morgan Executive Development Institute, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla, USA
Trustee 56:14-6, 21-2, 1. 2003..Grooming internal talent for the number one slot in the organization not only eases the transition to new leadership, it's also good business savvy...
- The tale of two turnarounds: an exerciseMichael E Rindler
Integrity Hospital Company, Chicago, USA
Trustee 56:30-1. 2003
- Answering the call for exceptional governanceJohn R Combes
Trustee 60:30, 36. 2007
- Straighttalk. The ideal master facility plan begins with business strategy and integrates operational improvementScott Powder
Mod Healthc 37:43-6. 2007..The session on master facility planning was held on March 8, 2007 at Modern Healthcare's Chicago Headquarters. Charles Lauer, former vice president of publishing and editorial director at Modern Healthcare, was the moderator...
- Keeping it simple. Health care leaders need only a short list of rules to live by: clarify expectations, communicate goals, govern with humilityHarry Kraemer
Baxter Healthcare, Deerfield, Ill, USA
Health Forum J 46:16-20. 2003
- Governance in a period of strategic change in U.S. healthcareThomas P Weil
Int J Health Plann Manage 18:247-65. 2003..Finally, many of these findings relevant to the United States also are being shared by governing boards in Canada, Germany, The Netherlands and the United Kingdom...
- Center for Healthcare Governance: effective board development: showing the way toward exceptional governanceJames E Orlikoff
Content Development for the Center for Healthcare Governance, Chicago, IL 60606, USA
Healthc Exec 22:68-70. 2007
- Attributes of a high-performing cultureLee Ann Runy
Hosp Health Netw 81:59, 61-4, 2. 2007..Setting specific goals, making sure the entire staff is committed to achieving them, and understanding that the process is long-term are the first steps in becoming a high-performing hospital. Here are tips to help you get there...
- Developing a physician-hospital alignment planRobert McGowan
McGowan and Associates, Acton, Mass, USA
Trustee 60:26-7. 2007
- Taking AAOHN governance to the next level: linking policy to resultsSusan A Randolph
American Association of Occupational Health Nurses, Inc, Atlanta, GA, USA
AAOHN J 51:373-7. 2003
- The rules of engagement. The board/CEO relationshipLaurie Larson
Trustee 60:8-12, 1. 2007..Establishing a good working relationship with the CEO isn't just what trustees might prefer---it's their job. Make your connection the best it can be...
- Pressure cooking: hospital boards under increased outside scrutinyRon Shinkman
Healthc Leadersh Manag Rep 11:1-3, 6-8. 2003
- Passing the power. Consider executive succession a continuous process, not a singular reactionTony Fong
Mod Healthc 33:S16. 2003
- Avoiding conflict of interest. How hospital boards can withstand close scrutinyKaren Sandrick
Hosp Health Netw 77:74-8, 2. 2003..With cynicism rampant over how business is conducted in the U.S., here's how hospital boards can protect themselves and their institutions from real or perceived conflicts...
- Hospitals and the competitive edge: how educated boards make a differenceSherrie Dulworth
J Healthc Qual 25:28-30, 41. 2003..This article focuses on the structure and type of information that board members need to know to better guide the hospital leadership through the decision-making process and to fulfill their obligations to the institution they serve...
- Trustee workbook 2. The balanced scorecard: a tool for maximizing board performanceDennis D Pointer
Trustee 58:17-20. 2005
- Volunteer governance of health services in Canada: redundant or relevant?Lillie Lum
School of Nursing, Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies, York University, Toronto, Ontario
Healthc Manage Forum 18:14-8. 2005..The central question is whether volunteer governance remains a viable concept in Canada...
- Building better boards in the new era of accountabilityJames E Orlikoff
Orlikoff and Associates, Inc, Chicago, USA
Front Health Serv Manage 21:3-12. 2005....
- Priority issues for hospital boardsE George Middleton
E G Middleton, Inc, Norfolk, Virginia, USA
Front Health Serv Manage 21:13-24. 2005..If the board is inept or incompetent, the organization will suffer. In this article I discuss those functions of board governance that I think are among the most important, along with some recommendations for implementing them...
- Nursing leadership in the boardroomKathleen E Thorman
Women s and Children s Services, St John s Mercy Medical Center, St Louis, MO 63141, USA
J Obstet Gynecol Neonatal Nurs 33:381-7. 2004..Nurse leaders must continue to prepare for the future to thrive in the increasingly complex health care environment...
- Governance: critical issues for hospital CEO and boardsDennis R Barry
Moses Cone Health System, Greensboro, North Carolina, USA
Front Health Serv Manage 21:25-9; discussion 43-4. 2005
- The changing face of healthcare boardsKathryn J McDonagh
CHRISTUS Spohn Health System, Corpus Christi, Texas, USA
Front Health Serv Manage 21:31-5; discussion 43-4. 2005
- Health care boards can face criminal and civil liabilitiesChristopher Spevak
MidAtlantic Permanente Medical Group
Physician Exec 31:68-71. 2005
- Strategic financial planning. What every trustee needs to know about facility replacementMark E Grube
Kaufman, Hall and Associates Inc, Northfield, IL, USA
Trustee 58:24-28, 30, 1. 2005..Find out what every trustee needs to know about facility replacement-when to rebuild, why and, most importantly, how to mesh new construction with a balanced financial and strategic plan...
- Board oversight of the revenue cycle: tools for new levels of performanceJeffrey D Jones
Stockamp and Associates, Inc, Portland, Ore, USA
Trustee 57:15-8. 2004
- Good governance includes clinician participationKathryn J McDonagh
CHRISTUS Spohn Health System, Corpus Christi, Texas, USA
Trustee 58:31-2. 2005
- Managing CEO transitionJohn R Gardner
Policy Studies Inc, Denver, USA
Trustee 58:33. 2005
- Judging fiduciary dutyKaren Sandrick
Trustee 59:6-10, 1. 2006..How much oversight of fiduciary duty is enough? The stakes are higher than ever for trustees to make certain they know what the term truly means...
- Trustee workbook 2. The challenges of system governanceJames E Orlikoff
Trustee 59:15-8. 2006
- Overcoming barriers to quality. An American Hospital Association special roundtable discussionMarilyn Bowcutt
Hosp Health Netw 80:59-70. 2006
- Trustee workbook 3. Strategic planning: maximizing the board's impactJames E Orlikoff
Trustee 59:15-20. 2006
- Does governance matter? Board configuration and performance in not-for-profit hospitalsJeffrey A Alexander
Health Management and Policy, University of Michigan School of Public Health, 1420 Washington Heights, Ann Arbor, MI 48109, USA
Milbank Q 84:733-58. 2006..Occupancy and cash flow were generally unrelated to hospitals' governing board configuration...
- Avoiding scandal. Recommended practices for board executive compensation committeesMichael W Peregrine
McDermott Will and Emery, L L P, Chicago, USA
Trustee 57:20-4, 1. 2004..The executive compensation committee walks a fine line between providing competitive executive pay and risking regulatory scrutiny. Here's how you can keep your balance...
- Best-practice protocols: get your board on boardRichard Hader
Meridian Health System, Neptune, NJ, USA
Nurs Manage 38:32-6; quiz 37. 2007..Here, learn recommendations for board-of-director involvement...
- Trustee workbook 4. What boards should know about turnaroundsJames E Orlikoff
Trustee 56:17-20. 2003
- Dual duties. Not-for-profit execs land on boardMelanie Evans
Mod Healthc 38:7, 16. 2008
- Count to ten: board and CEO frustrationsEdward A Kazemek
Trustee 55:26-7. 2002
- Development and implementation of an endovascular surgery program in a community general hospitalJeanne Sanders
Horizon Health Group, Rockville, Maryland, USA
J Healthc Manag 47:335-40. 2002
- Can we really save 5 million lives?Karen Sandrick
Hosp Health Netw 82:60-2, 1. 2008..Hospitals leapt at the challenge to save 100,000 lives through evidence-based medicine. Now that the goal is dramatically higher, how are hospitals responding?..
- Medical staff in need of change. Explore a revolutionary way to reorganize your medical staffDennis J Purtell
Von Briesen, Purtell and Roper, S C, Milwaukee, Wis, USA
Physician Exec 28:64-7. 2002..Take a look at the history of medical staff leadership and learn about dramatic changes that could make your medical staff function more smoothly...
- Wanted: a few good trusteesMichelle Blecher
Trustee 55:6-10, 1. 2002..The solution? Open your mind to different options, including compensation, going outside the community, and making your meetings shorter and more efficient...
- Trustee workbook 3. Microgovernance: the changing roles of the board and managementJames E Orlikoff
Trustee 61:4 p following 14. 2008
- Principle-based governanceMary K Totten
Totten and Associates, Chicago, USA
Healthc Exec 17:68-9. 2002
- Whose job is it anyway? Governance restructuring clarifies board rolesP R Knecht
Accord Limited, Chicago, USA
Trustee 54:16-20, 1. 2001..Governance restructuring can create a streamlined system of leadership and clarify board responsibilities...
- "The worst of both worlds": the management reform of the World Health OrganizationL Lerer
INSEAD, Healthcare Management Initiative, Boulevard de Constance, 77305, Fontainebleau, France
Int J Health Serv 31:415-38. 2001..quot; Ironically, global business has moved away from such approaches and is far more focused on collaboration, empowerment, and knowledge sharing...
- Not up to speed. Boards still don't grasp gravity of some issues: reportCinda Becker
Mod Healthc 37:8-9. 2007
- The chief governance officer: to have or have not?Monte Dube
Health Law Department of McDermott Will and Emery LLP, Chicago, USA
Trustee 60:34, 36. 2007
- The board's role in developing a diverse leadership teamJames W Gauss
Witt Kieffer, Oak Brook, IL, USA
Trustee 60:5-8. 2007
- The latest board games. Not-for-profit governance evolves--including a trend toward corporatization--all in the name of quality, transparency!Cinda Becker
Mod Healthc 37:28-30. 2007
- Ripple effect: ethics begin with the boardLaurie Larson
Trustee 60:8-12, 1. 2007..Understanding and upholding the highest ethical standards has never had higher stakes for boards, but it often means choosing between several "rights."..
- Telltale signs your board of directors may be providing ineffective governancePaul R DeMuro
Healthc Leadersh Manag Rep 10:1-8. 2002
- Hurricane effects on a shallow lake ecosystem and its response to a controlled manipulation of water levelK E Havens
South Florida Water Management District, 3301 Gun Club Road, West Palm Beach, Florida 3346 4680, USA
ScientificWorldJournal 1:44-70. 2001..S.), the Governing Board of the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) authorized a "managed recession" to substantially ..
- Effective physician credentialing. Properly monitoring medical staffs can protect hospitals from liabilityS M Blaes
CSJ Health System
Health Prog 71:60-5. 1990..If the medical staff fails to do its job, however, the hospital governing board is responsible for making sure the credentialing process is carried out properly...
- The hospital board at risk and the need to restructure the relationship with the medical staff: bylaws, peer review and related solutionsJohn P Marren
Hogan Marren, Ltd, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Ann Health Law 12:179-234, table of contents. 2003This article argues that the current structure of the hospital governing board and medical staff relationship does not support and promote quality and patient-centered care...
- Medical staff privileges and the antitrust laws: a view from the Federal Trade CommissionM J Horoschak
Federal Trade Commission s Bureau of Competition, Washington, DC
Med Staff Couns 6:17-24. 1992..however, if the medical staff or its members engage in collective activities that involve threats or coercion directed at the hospital's governing board or that are calculated solely to exclude an entire class of potential competitors.
- The effect of governing board composition on rural hospitals' involvement in provider-sponsored managed care organizationsShadi S Saleh
Department of Health Policy, Management and Behavior, School of Public Health, State University of New York at Albany, USA
J Healthc Manag 47:321-33; discussion 333-4. 2002..This article examines the effect of the governing board's composition on rural hospitals' involvement in provider-sponsored managed care organizations...
- Integrating telemedicine and telehealth: putting it all togetherRonald S Weinstein
Arizona Telemedicine Program, Department of Pathology, University of Arizona College of Medicine Tucson Campus, 1501 N Campbell Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85724, USA
Stud Health Technol Inform 131:23-38. 2008..and telehealth program should be carried out on an on-going basis and should include the program's governing board. This planning process should include goal setting and the periodic updating of the program's vision and ..
- Etiology of hepatocellular carcinoma in Latin America: a prospective, multicenter, international studyEduardo Fassio
Hospital Nacional Prof A Posadas, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Ann Hepatol 9:63-9. 2010..Secondary aims were to evaluate staging using Okuda and BCLC classifications; and percentage of patients receiving treatment...
- Practice of adult liver transplantation in Italy. Recommendations of the Italian Association for the Study of the Liver (A.I.S.F.)M Angelico
Tor Vergata University of Rome, Italy
Dig Liver Dis 37:461-7. 2005..has drafted a final document in October 2004, approved by the Italian Association for the Study of Liver Governing Board, whose key arguments and main conclusions are summarised in the present paper...
- Developing an in-training examination for fellows: the experience of the American Society of Clinical OncologyFrances A Collichio
Division of Hematology Oncology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC 27599 7305, USA
J Clin Oncol 27:1706-11. 2009..The concept of the examination and the budget were approved by the ASCO governing board. The National Board of Medical Examiners was selected to work with ASCO...
- Responses of medical schools to institutional conflicts of interestSusan H Ehringhaus
Association of American Medical Colleges, Washington, DC 20037, USA
JAMA 299:665-71. 2008..Institutional financial conflicts of interest may affect research results. No national data exist on the extent to which US medical schools have formally responded to challenges associated with institutional conflicts of interest (ICOI)...
- A conflict of interest policy for hospitalsA E McClure
Sawers, Liswood and Hickman, Toronto
Leadersh Health Serv 2:27-8. 1993..becomes ever more complex, the opportunity for conflict of interest between the hospital and members of its governing board increases...
- An exploratory study of alternative configurations of governing boards of substance abuse treatment centersDail Fields
Regent University, Virginia Beach, VA 23464, USA
J Subst Abuse Treat 41:156-68. 2011..A governing board may establish policies, monitor and improve operations, and represent a treatment organization to the public...
- Quality of life: a case report of bullying in the workplaceSaid Shahtahmasebi
School of Mathematics and Statistics, Faculty of Health and Sciences, Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology, Christchurch, New Zealand
ScientificWorldJournal 4:118-23. 2004..Furthermore, it is often assumed that the executive/vice-chancellor, human resources, the trustees, or the governing board are unaware of bullying in their workplace...
- Hospitalist handoffs: a systematic review and task force recommendationsVineet M Arora
Section of General Internal Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 60637, USA
J Hosp Med 4:433-40. 2009..Handoffs are ubiquitous to Hospital Medicine and are considered a vulnerable time for patient safety...
- Development and application of a questionnaire for assessing parent satisfaction with careA Moumtzoglou
National School of Public Health, Department of Health Services Management, P and A Kyriakou Children s Hospital, Athens, Greece
Int J Qual Health Care 12:331-7. 2000..The development and application of a questionnaire that eventually could be used as a management tool and a means of promoting the quality of care provided in 'P. & A. Kyriakou' Children's Hospital...
- Variceal bleeding: consensus meeting report from the Brazilian Society of HepatologyPaulo Lisboa Bittencourt
Hospital Portugues, Salvador, BA
Arq Gastroenterol 47:202-16. 2010..An organizing committee comprised of four people was elected by the Governing Board and was responsible to invite 27 researchers from distinct regions of the country to make a systematic review ..
- An exploratory study of healthcare strategic planning in two metropolitan areasJames W Begun
Division of Health Services Research and Policy, University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Minnesota, USA
J Healthc Manag 50:264-74; discussion 274-5. 2005..Respondents emphasized the need to continuously update strategic plans, involve physicians and the governing board, and integrate strategic plans with other organizational plans...
- Innovative approach to the aims for improvement: emergency department patient throughput in an impacted urban settingLouis Rubino
Department of Health Sciences, California State University, Northridge, CA 91330, USA
J Ambul Care Manage 30:327-37. 2007..A case study is presented for St. Francis Medical Center, a 384-bed hospital in southeast Los Angeles. Its governing board has put out a call to have its emergency department oversee intraprocess and interprocess improvements to ..
- [The Chilean Association of Biomedical Journal Editors]H Reyes
Rev Med Chil 129:95-8. 2001..A Governing Board was elected: President: Humberto Reyes, M.D...
- It's about change...regenerative medicine in the Obama eraRobert N Klein
California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Governing Board of CIRM, Independent Citizens Oversight Committee, 210 King Street, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA
Regen Med 4:27-32. 2009..Robert Klein, Chairman of the Governing Board of California's stem cell funding agency, Governor Jim Doyle, and Bernard Siegel, Executive Director of the ..
- Business education in veterinary schools: the potential role of the Veterinary Business Management AssociationNina R Kieves
University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine, St Paul, MN 55108, USA
J Vet Med Educ 34:678-82. 2007..A national governing board oversees the chapters, helping to ensure that high-quality educational programs are conducted and providing a ..
- American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) Institute medical position statement on obscure gastrointestinal bleedingGottumukkala S Raju
Department of Medicine, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Galveston, Texas, USA
Gastroenterology 133:1694-6. 2007..It was approved by the Clinical Practice and Economics Committee on March 12, 2007, and by the AGA Institute Governing Board on May 19, 2007...
- American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) Institute technology assessment on image-enhanced endoscopyTonya Kaltenbach
Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System, Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, California, USA
Gastroenterology 134:327-40. 2008..It was approved by the Clinical Practice and Economics Committee on August 3, 2007, and by the AGA Institute Governing Board September 27, 2007.
- American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) Institute technical review on obscure gastrointestinal bleedingGottumukkala S Raju
Department of Medicine, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Galveston, Texas, USA
Gastroenterology 133:1697-717. 2007..The paper was approved by the Committee on March 12, 2007, and by the AGA Institute Governing Board on May 19, 2007.
- [The Balanced Scorecard as a management tool in a public health organization]Joan R Villalbí
Agència de Salut Pública de Barcelona, Barcelona, Espana
Gac Sanit 21:60-5. 2007..The Balanced Scorecard is a tool for strategic planning in business. We present our experience after introducing this instrument in a public health agency to align daily management practice with strategic objectives...
- [Critical analysis of awards in gastroenterology research. The Mexican experience]Norberto C Chavez-Tapia
Departamento de Gastroenterologia, Instituto Nacional de Ciencias Medicas y Nutricion Salvador Zubiran, Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico
Medicina (B Aires) 68:135-8. 2008..1%) and hepatology (34.3). Only in 5.7% (n=2) some of the authors were members of the governing board of AMG...
- Meet the board. Gail BaileyGail Bailey
ONS Connect 22:28. 2007
- Board leadership: Who's in the driver's seat?Peter McGinn
United Health Services, Binghamton, NY, USA
Trustee 59:34. 2006
- Foundation trusts: take your fair shareJudith Chamberlain-Webber
Prof Nurse 19:14-7. 2004
- Tools for decision making on capital expendituresJ Zanghi
St Joseph s Hospital, Lancaster, PA
J Healthc Mater Manage 10:22, 24, 26 passim. 1992..They can provide senior management with information that will be helpful when analyzing potential capital investments. Managers should make it their job to help administrators select the best investment projects...
- Introduction and overview of the conceptual framework for a national quality measurement and reporting systemElizabeth A McGlynn
RAND Health, Santa Monica, California 90401, USA
Med Care 41:I1-7. 2003..Most studies find significant deficits in quality, but without systematic information on quality at all levels in the health care system, substantial improvements in care delivery are unlikely...
- Board room urgency. How to ensure effective governanceGerald Bruen
Mich Health Hosp 39:26-8. 2003
- Governance of teaching hospitals: turmoil at the University of Pennsylvania and The Johns Hopkins UniversityJohn A Kastor
University of Maryland Hospital, School of Medicine, USA
Am J Med 114:774-6. 2003
- Ernest Sutton: growing potentialLaurie Larson
Trustee 55:43-4. 2002
- NHMRC grant applications: a comparison of "track record" scores allocated by grant assessors with bibliometric analysis of publicationsMichael J Davies
Med J Aust 188:373-4. 2008
- Division of labor. System and hospital board roles remain a conundrumShari Mycek
Trustee 61:24-6, 28, 1. 2008..Where do the responsibilities of the system board end and those of local hospital boards begin? Relationships vary, but the rules need to be clear...
- Characteristics of effective boardsLawrence D Prybil
College of Public Health, University of Iowa, Iowa City, USA
Trustee 59:20-3, 1. 2006..High-performing boards in all business sectors share many common traits: ongoing development; efficient, prioritized agendas; and solid structure and processes. Most important of all, however, is strong support from the top...
- When the State Board calls: part II. Interview by Mary Ann FriesenJay Douglas
Nebr Nurse 41:14. 2008
- Patient safety, thy name is qualityD Classen
Trustee 53:12-5, 1. 2000..Trustees must take the lead in communicating the importance of an organization-wide quality program. Patient safety is a natural outgrowth of an aggressive and nonpunitive approach to quality...
- Harnessing Health IT for Self-Management Support and Medication Activation in a MDean Schillinger; Fiscal Year: 2009..The SFHP Governing Board decided to adopt our ATSM model for its growing number of diabetes patients in the next 12 months, to ..
- DAYTON CLINICAL ONCOLOGY PROGRAMHoward M Gross; Fiscal Year: 2013..A governing board was established, and corporate bylaws were developed...
- TISSUE PROCUREMENT CORE FACILITY AT JOSEPHINE FORD CANCERICHARD ZARBO; Fiscal Year: 2005..A governing board of 5 members oversees activities of the Facility...
- Improving Care for the Dying: Transforming Patiens's Wi*John Combes; Fiscal Year: 2005..A tool will be developed to measure outcomes including length of stay, patient satisfaction and financial implications of hospital-based palliative care. ..
- Hospital quality indicatorsJeffrey Alexander; Fiscal Year: 2002..abstract_text> ..
- DRUG ABUSE TREATMENT SYSTEM SURVEYJeffrey Alexander; Fiscal Year: 2006..In short, NDATSS is well-positioned to become the critical source of information for monitoring and analyzing the on-going evolution of the nation's outpatient drug abuse treatment system. ..
- Hospital strategies to improve outcome performanceELIZABETH HOWE BRADLEY; Fiscal Year: 2010..We will work on dissemination strategies with CMS, JCAHO, American College of Cardiology (ACC), American Health Association (AHA), the Veteran's Administration (VA), and the VHA. ..
- For-Profit Ownership and End-of-Life CareElizabeth Bradley; Fiscal Year: 2009..Relevance in lay language: We will generate knowledge about the influence of for-profit hospice ownership on the experiences of patients with cancer and their families. ..
- BIOBEHAVIORAL ETIOLOGY OF CHRONIC TEMPOROMANDIBULARJames Fricton; Fiscal Year: 2001..Questionnaires will include RDC/TMD axis I and II, coping strategies questionnaire, a self report fibromyalgia screening form, and IMPATH. ..
- Community Integration after Spinal Cord Injury: Using Photovoice to Identify BarrSusan Newman; Fiscal Year: 2007..This checklist will be utilized to inform future intervention projects and health promotion activities that facilitate the integration of individuals with SCI into the Charleston community. [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Pilot Study of Sibling Prevention ProgramMARK ETHAN FEINBERG; Fiscal Year: 2010..Developing and disseminating new, effective preventive programs such as the one proposed would have substantial public health benefits for individuals, families, and society. ..
- HLTH LIT, SOC SUPPORT,& HLTH: SURVEY OF MEDICARE ENROLLEShoou Yih Lee; Fiscal Year: 2003..abstract_text> ..
- DEVELOPING FAMILY-FOCUSED PREVENTIONS: COPARENTINGMark Feinberg; Fiscal Year: 2007..abstract_text> ..