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by Jon Brian Christianson,David J. Knutson,Richard L. Hamer,Ruth A. Taylor,David J. Abelson,Aylin Altan Riedel

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ISBN:
0761919678
Author:
Jon Brian Christianson,David J. Knutson,Richard L. Hamer,Ruth A. Taylor,David J. Abelson,Aylin Altan Riedel
Category:
Medicine & Health Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
SAGE Publications, Inc; 1 edition (August 9, 2001)
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256 pages
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Chronic illnesses require frequent and specialized treatment for patients – anathema to the short-term and cost-effective .

Chronic illnesses require frequent and specialized treatment for patients – anathema to the short-term and cost-effective objectives of MCOs. He has published in the areas of managed care, rural health care, mental health care, and care process improvement, and has collaborated with health care providers in a variety of practice settings to evaluate new treatment approaches. degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and currently is on the faculty of the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota, where he is the James A. Hamilton Chair in Health Policy and Management.

Jon Brian Christianson, David J. Knutson, Richard L. Hamer.

The purpose of this book is to critically examine and summarize what is known, and not known, about how individuals with chronic.

Are you sure you want to remove Managed Care and The Treatment of Chronic Illness from your list? Managed Care and The Treatment of Chronic Illness. The purpose of this book is to critically examine and summarize what is known, and not known, about how individuals with chronic illness are treated under managed care and about the outcomes of that treatment.

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Richard Hamer - InterStudy. Ruth A. Taylor - Carlson School of Management. 2. Chronic Illness and Managed Care: What Are the Issues?

Richard Hamer - InterStudy. David Abelson - Park Nicollet Information Services. Chronic illnesses require frequent and specialized treatment for patients – anathema to the short-term and cost-effective objectives of MCOs. Chronic Illness and Managed Care: What Are the Issues?

Chronic illnesses require frequent and specialized treatment for patients - anathema to the short-term and cost-effective objectives of MCOs.

Chronic illnesses require frequent and specialized treatment for patients - anathema to the short-term and cost-effective objectives of MCOs

Chronic illnesses require frequent and specialized treatment for patients - anathema to the short-term and cost-effective objectives of MCOs.

Chronic illnesses require frequent and specialized treatment for patients - anathema to the short-term and cost-effective objectives of MCOs.

Chronic illness and patient satisfaction. Jon B Christianson David J Knutson Roger S Mazze. Authors: Jon B Christianson Louise H Warrick Richard Howard John Vollum. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf 2005 Nov;31(11):603-13. Authors: Caroline S Carlin Jon B Christianson Patricia Keenan Michael Finch. J Gen Intern Med 2006 Feb;21 Suppl 2:S9-S13. Department of Healthcare Management, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA.

book by Jon B. Christianson. Restructuring Chronic Illness Management : Best Practices and Innovations in Team-Based Treatment. by Jon B. Christianson, Ruth A. Taylor, Christianson.

Christianson, Jon B; Taylor, Ruth A; Knutson, David . Chronic diseases, Chronic diseases, Health planning, Health care teams, Medical protocols, Chronic Disease, Patient Care Planning, Patient Care Team, Models, Organizational.

Christianson, Jon B; Taylor, Ruth A; Knutson, David J. Publication date. San Francisco : Jossey-Bass Publishers.

Managed Care and the Treatment of Chronic Illness is a unique presentation of available research in the treatment and outcome of care for the chronically ill patients in managed care settings. Chronic illnesses require frequent and specialized treatment for patients – anathema to the short-term and cost-effective objectives of MCOs. Professor Christianson, aided by five expert collaborators, addresses MCO strengths and issues in treating these patients, looks at re comparing treatment in MCOs versus fee-for-service medicine, and considers the various management techniques and programs to deliver care to enrollees with chronic conditions. Finally the authors critically address the anticipation of the future for this growing population and research: the changes in the MCO environment this population will demand for successful care and the suggested directions for future research.