This pocketbook offers a concise companion for health care professionals who manage patients with acute lung infections. The book covers aspects related to the diagnosis and initial management of these patients, with attention to specific infections which are notable for being difficult to manage,common or of particular clinical importance.
The American Medical Association and the American Health Lawyers Association have collaborated to publish Avoiding Fraud and Abuse in the Medical Office. Written by health law attorneys for physicians, this practical resource provides. Avoiding Fraud and Abuse in the Medical Office provides you with the tools and knowledge you need to confidently conduct business, leaving you with more time to focus on the most important aspect of your practice-your patients. Book jacket.
Electronic Health Records: An Audit and Internal Control describes the infrastructure of electronic health records and the impact that the governments new criteria will have on the private and public marketplace. Understand what to look for in a health care record management system and find tips and helpful guidance for implementation. If you are trying to facilitate an audit of a health record management system, you can apply the example described in the model, which will serve as a timely model and invaluable resource.
Fundamentals of Healthcare Finance continues to be ideal for individuals needing basic healthcare finance skills. This easy-to-read, content-filled book presents a broad overview of healthcare finance, but focuses on tasks that are essential to the operational management of clinical services, including estimating costs and profits, planning and budgeting, analyzing new equipment purchases, using metrics to monitor operations, and working with financial statements.
The book will examine issues that stymie efforts made to reduce preventable adverse events and medical errors, and will moreover highlight their impact on clinical laboratories and other areas. It identifies possible intelligent system approaches that can be adopted to help control and eliminate these errors.
The second edition of the Physician Queries Handbook continues to be the authoritative source for defining policies, procedures, and best practices for physician queries. It provides tips and best practices for querying physicians on a concurrent or retrospective basis. You will also find strategies on how to develop a query policy and procedure that takes into account the many different facility-specific topics that directors and managers must understand.
Supervision in Educational, Social and Medical Services Professions investigates both theoretical and practical aspects of stress, burnout and brain-drain; the need for supervision; the benefits of professional supervision; and the most common types of supervision; and provides a definition of the supervisor and their role in educational, social and medical professions.