5 edition of Measuring health and medical outcomes found in the catalog.
Measuring health and medical outcomes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Crispin Jenkinson.|
|Series||Social research today series ;, v. 3|
|Contributions||Jenkinson, Crispin, 1962-|
|LC Classifications||RA408.5 .M44 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||1857280830, 1857280849|
|LC Control Number||94012568|
A Brief History of Outcomes Measurement. According to Reid Ponte and Richard Siegrist, MS, MBA, CPA, Director of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Co-Director of the Health Care Management Program, and Lecturer on Health Care Management at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, it was a long road to define and create standardized. Measuring Function and Well-Being: The Medical Outcomes Study Approach Anita Stewart, John E. Ware. This book provides a set of ready-to-use generic measures that are applicable to all adults, including those well and chronically ill, as well as a methodological guide to collecting health data and constructing health measures.
Although outcome measurement has become a prevailing means of evaluating health promotion, patient education, and other health services, the quality of many outcome measurements has declined. Responding to the need for a comprehensive, sensitive, and cost-effective means of administering outcome measures, Outcome Measures for Health Education and Other Health Care Interventions . At the same time, data derived from standard, internationally-accepted metrics allow care teams across geographies to learn from one another. Measuring and reporting outcomes data allows caregivers from Chicago to Sheffield, from Dublin to Dubai, from Tel Aviv to Tokyo, to evaluate their work using the universal “language” of health outcomes.
Designed for students and professionals in nursing, health education, and the health/medical sciences, Outcome Measurement for Health Education and Other Health Care Interventions will prove to be a comprehensive, practical, and effective tool in accurately measuring outcomes. Assessment: This book represents a significant contribution to the existing literature on patient outcome assessment. The compilation of multiple scales measuring self-management behavior, self-efficacy, and health outcomes would be a valuable resource for health services researchers, administrators, and Price: $
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Measuring Health And Medical Outcomes (Social Research Today, Vol 3): Medicine & Health Science Books @ ce: $ This book is intended for academics, postgraduates and advanced undergraduates within medical sociology, health economics, social/health psychology, public healthand epidemiology.
Social science researchers with an interest in theuse of questionnaires in an applied : Crispin Jenkinson. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations: Contents: 1. Measuring health and medical outcomes: an overview / Crispin Jenkinson Subjective health assessment / Gary L.
Albrecht Applications of health status measures / Ray Fitzpatrick Measuring changes in health status / Sue Ziebland Measuring Functioning and Well-Being is a comprehensive account a broad range of self-reported functioning and well-being measures developed for the Medical Outcomes Study, a large-sale study of how patients fare with health care in the United States.
This book provides a set of ready-to-use generic measures that are applicable to all adults, including those well and chronically ill, as Price: $ The book explains the various performance measurement methods used in health care and shows their practical impact on clinical patient outcomes.
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Albrecht Applications of health status measures / Ray Fitzpatrick Measuring changes in health status / Sue Ziebland The starting point for achieving value in any health care system is to measure outcomes. Although this can present leadership challenges related to.
For many years, health care providers have worked to collect so-called patient-reported outcomes measures, or PROMs, which are measures of function and health status reported by patients. The Measurement of Health and Health Status: Concepts, Methods and Applications from a Multidisciplinary Perspective presents a unifying perspective on how to select the best measurement framework for any situation.
Serving as a one-stop shop that unifies material currently available in various locations, this book illuminates the intuition. Measuring Health provides in-depth reviews of over of the leading health measurement tools and serves as a guide for choosing among in its third edition, this book provides a critical overview of the field of health measurement, with a technical introduction and discussion of the history and future directions for the field.
Outcome Construct. Outcomes can be classified into several categories: morbidity, mortality, pain, functional status, satisfaction, and costs (1) (Table 1).Both generic and disease-specific tools can be used to measure immediate or short-term outcomes (e.g.
in-hospital mortality for myocardial infarction patients), intermediate outcomes (e.g. month functional ability after total knee. Measuring Functioning and Well-Being is a comprehensive account of a broad range of self-reported functioning and well-being measures developed for the Medical Outcomes Study, a large-scale study of how patients fare with health care in the United States.
This book provides a set of ready-to-use generic measures that are applicable to all. Health care costs represent a nearly 18% of U.S. gross domestic product and 20% of government spending.
While there is detailed information on where these health care dollars are spent, there is much less evidence on how this spending affects health. The research in Measuring and Modeling Health Care Costs seeks to connect our knowledge of expenditures with what we are able to measure of.
the international consortium for health outcomes measurement (ichom) Improving decision making by developing standards to measure, benchmark and report patient outcomes. ICHOM is a non-profit organization with the purpose of transforming health care systems worldwide by developing standards for measuring and reporting patient outcomes.
Read "Measuring health and medical outcomes (Book)., Sociology of Health & Illness" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips. Empirical investigation of the health outcomes and quality of care in managed care systems for people with chronic health conditions has a short history.
It traces back to the mids with the initiation of the Medical Outcomes Study (MOS) and various health maintenance organization (HMO) demonstration evaluations. These studies have generally been designed as comparisons between managed. Worldwide economic constraints on health care systems have highlighted the importance of evidence-based medicine and evidence-based health policy.
The resulting clinical trials and health services research studies require instruments to monitor the outcomes of care and the output of the health system.
However, the over-abundance of competing measurement scales can make choosing a measure. Routine health outcomes measurement is the process of examining whether not interventions are associated with change (for better or worse) in the patient's health status.
This change can be directly measured (e.g. by rating scales used by the clinician or patient) or assumed by the use of proxy measurement (e.g. a blood test result). Measuring Outcomes in Behavioral Health: What, When & How. June Andrew Bertagnolli, PhD. Book Review; Published: April Measuring Health and Medical Outcomes.
Edited by Crispin Jenkinson UCL Press Limited, University College London, Fower Street, London WC1E 6BT pages, 13 illustrations. £ (hard bound) £ (soft bound).
R. M. Kaplan 1.Outcome measures for health education and other health care interventions Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi: / Lorig, Kate, Anita Stewart, Philip Ritter, Virginia González, Diana Laurent> and John Lynch.Health Outcomes Research Studies. Working toward the goal of health transformation, the Centene Center research focuses on measuring and improving health outcomes for specific conditions such as diabetes, asthma, depression, substance use disorder, and populations such as pregnant women and children, elderly, and the vulnerable.