Best Health Care Administration Books
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1. The Checklist Manifesto: How to Get Things Right
Author: by Atul Gawande
In his latest bestseller, Atul Gawande shows what the simple idea of the checklist reveals about the complexity of our lives and how we can deal with it. The modern world has given us stupendous know-how. Yet avoidable failures continue to plague us in health care, government, the law, the financial industryin almost every realm of organized activity.
And the reason is simple: the volume and complexity of knowledge today has exceeded our ability as individuals to properly deliver it to peopleconsistently, correctly, safely. We train longer, specialize more, use ever-advancing technologies, and still we fail. Atul Gawande makes a compelling argument that we can do better, using the simplest of methods: the checklist.
In riveting stories, he reveals what checklists can do, what they can’t, and how they could bring about striking improvements in a variety of fields, from medicine and disaster recovery to professions and businesses of all kinds. And the insights are making a difference.
You Are The Team: 6 Simple Ways Teammates Can Go From Good To Great
Author: by Michael G. Rogers
A must read for every member of your team if you are serious about upping the level of teamwork. Finally, a book to help members of your team(s) and/or organization(s) to become stronger and more connected and committed team players.
You Are the Team6 Simple Ways Teammates Can Go from Good to Great is both engaging and practical. Author Michael Rogers uses a variety of inspiring and entertaining stories to highlight each concept in the book. Thought-provoking introspective questions are found at the end of each section to help readers reflect on how they are currently applying each team concept.
The end of the book includes an eye-opening assessment with 32 questions to gauge the overall effectiveness of each member of your team. After reading You Are the Team, members of your team and/or in your organization will think differently about how they personally contribute to teamwork.
Inspire and move members of your team to:Work more selflessly by focusing on the team firstHonor commitments by doing what they say they will doBe more honest, bold and direct in discussions, including meetingsTake accountability for their performanceProactively seek and embrace feedback from teammatesImprove personal gratitude for leaders and teammatesBring more positive energy to the teamRefrain from negativity and gossipCompliment more regularly and celebrate successes more frequentlyBe more respectful and kinderDemonstrate greater empathy and improve understandingGo the extra mile for the teamImprove personal focus on goalsBring solutions, not problemsInspire and leadWould you agree that team members committing and acting on just a few of these concepts would improve connection, collaboration and ultimately teamwork?
3. Jonas and Kovner's Health Care Delivery in the United States, 12th Edition – Highly Acclaimed US Health Care System Textbook for Graduate and Undergraduate Students, Book and Free eBook
Author: by James R. Knickman PhD
Jonas and Kovner’s Health Care Delivery in the United States is a highly acclaimed textbook on health care delivery, and has been fully updated and revised. The 12th edition of this well regarded US health care textbook provides graduate and undergraduate students with a comprehensive survey of health care in the United States with topics ranging from the organization of care, the politics surrounding health care in the United States, to population health and vulnerable populations, health care costs and value, health care financing, and health information technology.
Chapters provide thorough coverage of the rapid changes that are reshaping our US healthcare system and the extent of our nation’s achievement of health care value and the Triple Aim: better health and better care at a lower cost. With an emphasis on population health and public health, this text includes a timely focus on how social and physical environments influence health outcomes.
Prominent scholars, practitioners, and educators within public health, population health management, health policy, healthcare management, medical care, and nursing present the most up-to-date evidence-based information on social and behavioral determinants of health and health equity, immigrant health, health care workforce challenges, preventive medicine, innovative approaches to control healthcare costs, initiatives to achieve high quality and value-based care, and much more.
4. Compassionomics (The Revolutionary Scientific Evidence that Caring Makes a Difference)
Author: by Stephen Trzeciak
A 34-year-old man fighting for his life in the Intensive Care Unit is on an artificial respirator for over a month. Could it be that his chance of getting off the respirator is not how much his nurses know, but rather how much they care?
A 75-year-old woman is heroically saved by a major trauma center only to be discharged and fatally struck by a car while walking home from the hospital. Could a lack of compassion from the hospital staff have been a factor in her death?
Compelling new research shows that health care is in the midst of a compassion crisis. But the pivotal question is this: Does compassion really matter? In Compassionomics: The Revolutionary Scientific Evidence that Caring Makes a Difference, physician scientists Stephen Trzeciak and Anthony Mazzarelli uncover the eye-opening data that compassion could be a wonder drug for the 21st century.
Now, for the first time ever, a rigorous review of the science – coupled with captivating stories from the front lines of medicine – demonstrates that human connection in health care matters in astonishing ways. Never before has all the evidence been synthesized together in one place.
5. Risk Management in Health Care Institutions: Limiting Liability and Enhancing Care, 3rd Edition
Author: by Florence Kavaler
Jones & Bartlett Learning
This text serves as a primer for risk management professionals. It covers basic concepts of risk management, employment practices, and general risk management strategies. It also goes over specific risk areas including medical malpractice, strategies to reduce liability, managing positions and litigation alternatives.
It includes an emphasis on outpatient medicine and the risks associated with electronic medical records. This new edition covers academic medical settings and the impact on healthcare delivery, ambulatory and outpatient surgery, and office based surgery (OBS). Each and every chapter will be updated, and more emphasis will be placed on electronic medical records including security and encryption issues.
New chapters cover Risk Management for Infection Control Programs, Telemedicine, Risk Management in Ambulatory Care Settings, and Risk Management in Office-Based Surgery.
6. The Interprofessional Health Care Team: Leadership and Development
Author: by Donna Weiss
Jones & Bartlett Learning
This book provides excellent information for healthcare teams to work effectively together and ultimately provide the best care for clients. This book is valuable to all healthcare team members – Yvonne M. Randall, EdD, OTR/L, FAOTA (Touro University Nevada), for Doody’s Review Service The Interprofessional Health Care Team: Leadership and Development, Second Edition provides the much-needed knowledge base for developing a relational leadership style that promotes interdisciplinarity, interprofessionalism, and productive teamwork.
It describes possibilities and options, theories, exercises, rich references, and stimulating questions that will inspire both novices and experts to think differently about their roles and styles as leaders or members of a team. The authors provide many tools to empower readers and facilitate the fostering of productive teamwork.
It is an inspiring book with easily operational principles. It is written for many audiences and to achieve many goals all centered on best practices to attain quality care, particularly during this time of reinventing and transforming health care. In response to increasingly complex healthcare challenges, models for interprofessional practice and education have received global acceptance as prerequisites for improving population health, improving per capita costs and improving the health care experience.
7. Health Care Finance: Basic Tools for Nonfinancial Managers
Author: by Judith J. Baker
Jones & Bartlett Learning
Health Care Finance: Basic Tools for Nonfinancial Managers, Fifth Edition is the most practical and applied text for those who need a basic and better understanding of health care financial management. Using actual examples from hospitals, long-term care facilities, and home health agencies, this user-friendly text includes practical information for the nonfinancial manager charged with budgeting.
This exhaustive revision offers updated data throughout as well as six new chapters covering various cutting edge topics from the changing landscape in healthcare finance to understanding big data, strategic relationships, value based health care, and new payment methods. New to the Fifth Edition: Six new chapters that explore cutting edge topics from big data and the digital age, to value-based health care, MIPS & APMS, new requirements for payments in post-acute care.
New case study: The Doctor’s Dilemma Three new appendices offer helpful reference material on meaningful use, creating a DRG budget, and reviewing a comparative operating budget report.
8. Nursing Home Administration
Author: by James E. Allen PhD MSPH NHA IP
Sixth Edition Named a 2013 Doody’s Essential Purchase! A detailed road map of essential knowledge for obtaining licensure and employment as a nursing home administrator, the Seventh Edition of this classic text is updated to reflect the 2014 National Association of Boards of Examiners of Nursing Home Administrators (NAB) Domains of Practice.
With more than 50 new topics, it comprehensively addresses all new regulations for managing a nursing facility along with a detailed overview of the skills and knowledge required to be a successful administrator. The Seventh Edition responds to the many changes that have recently occurred in the long-term care field.
It provides a completely new Minimum Data Set 3. 0 (MDS), 2015 Federal Requirements for Electronic Records, the new International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-10-CM), new Quality Measures, updated Instructions for Making Data as per the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, the impacts of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), and several new federal regulations.
9. Zero Harm: How to Achieve Patient and Workforce Safety in Healthcare
Author: by Craig Clapper
From the nation’s leading experts in healthcare safetythe first comprehensive guide to delivering care that ensures the safety of patients and staff alike. One of the primary tenets among healthcare professionals is, First, do no harm. Achieving this goal means ensuring the safety of both patient and caregiver.
Every year in the United States alone, an estimated 4. 8 million hospital patients suffer serious harm that is preventable. To address this industry-wide problemand provide evidence-based solutionsa team of award-winning safety specialists from Press Ganey/Healthcare Performance Improvement have applied their decades of experience and research to the subject of patient and workforce safety.
Their mission is to achieve zero harm in the healthcare industry, a lofty goal that some hospitals have already accomplishedwhich you can, too. Combining the latest advances in safety science, data technology, and high reliability solutions, this step-by-step guide shows you how to implement 6 simple principles in your workplace.1.
10. ABG Interpretation for Nurses: Everything You Need To Know To Interpret Arterial Blood Gases (Resources for RNs & RRTs)
Author: by NEDU
NEDU LLC (August 30, 2020)
Great Resource for Nurses, MDs, and RRTs:Arterial blood gases (or ABGs) are some of the more difficult lab tests to understand in all of medicine. Sure, there are normal results given along with the test values, but it doesn’t end there.
What does a certain pH in the blood mean? Where does the bicarbonate level come from? These components, along with other values, need to be understood so you can interpret them. Basically, the ABGs are a test of the arterial blood that check the oxygen levels, the carbon dioxide levels, the acidity (or pH) of the blood, the oxyhemoglobin saturation, and the bicarbonate.
If you have a fancy blood gas analyzer, you can get a methemoglobin level, a carboxyhemoglobin level, and sometimes just a hemoglobin level. Each of these lab tests reveal crucial values that are important in caring for patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) and other hospital settings.
If you do not know what oxyhemoglobin saturation means (or any of these values), never fear! By the time you finish this guide, you will be an old pro! In this book, you will learn: The Science of Arterial Blood GasespH, Buffers, and the Kidneys Normal ABG ValuesSimple Acid-Base Disorders Deep dive into understanding ABGs in the Clinical Sense ABG Collection and Sources of Error Helpful study tools we recommendPractice Questions / Case StudiesGet Yours Today by Scrolling Up & Ordering Now!
11. Jonas' Introduction to the U.S. Health Care System, Ninth Edition
Author: by Raymond L. Goldsteen DrPH
Note to Readers: Publisher does not guarantee quality or access to any included digital components if book is purchased through a third-party seller. This revised ninth edition of the best-selling introductory text to the U.S. Health care system is fully updated to reflect changes to health care services, delivery, and financing resulting from new policies affecting the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Valued for its concise and balanced survey of the U.S. Health care system, this book describes how the American health care system currently functions, the major factors that led to its present day structure, and a forecasting of how the industry is likely to change over the course of the next few years.
This practical text highlights an array of influences shaping the future of health care, such as the use of big data and analytics, new policies and trends tied to pharmaceuticals and medical devices, and innovations to mental health and substance abuse.
With an emphasis on policy development, the authors underscore the fluidity of the system and examine the debates and conflicts that have shaped health care changes and influenced American values and belief systems. This accessible text defines the most essential elements of the health care system, including its components, organization, services, and financing.
12. Essentials of Health Care Marketing, Fourth Edition
Author: by Eric N. Berkowitz
Jones & Bartlett Learning
New Fifth Edition of Essentials of Health Care Marketing coming in March 2021. The healthcare industry continues to undergo enormous changes with new laws and policies, fresh innovations, and an increasingly educated health consumer. As such, healthcare administrators must be prepared to shift their strategies in order to meet the demands of this dynamic market.
Essentials of Health Care Marketing, Fourth Edition will provide your students with a foundational knowledge of the principles of marketing and their particular application in health care. Moreover, the text offers a perspective on how these principles must shift in response to the changing environmental forces that are unique to this market.
This complete curriculum of marketing management tools and techniques is ideal for graduate courses, though advanced undergraduates can readily grasp the level of presentation. New to the Fourth Edition: Chapter 3 (Environment) heavily revised to include new health care delivery models, increased competition, foreign competitors, and health care reform.
13. Care After Covid: What the Pandemic Revealed Is Broken in Healthcare and How to Reinvent It
Author: by Shantanu Nundy
A practical action plan for reinventing healthcare in a post-pandemic worldfrom a physician-entrepreneur who works with Fortune 500 companies. If the healthcare system were an emperor, Covid-19 tragically revealed that it had no clothes. Healthcare had to adapt, and quicklysparking a dramatic acceleration of virtual care, drive-through testing, and home-based services.
In the process, old rules were rewritten and, perhaps surprisingly, largely in a good way for patients. To succeed in the post-pandemic world, all of uspatients, caregivers, providers, employers, investors, technologists, and policymakersneed to understand the new healthcare landscape and change our strategies and behaviors accordingly.
In Care After Covid, practicing physician and business leader Dr. Shantanu NundyChief Medical Officer of Accolade, which provides technology-enabled health services to Fortune 500 companies as well as small businesseslays out a comprehensive plan to transform healthcare along three dimensions:Distributed: healthcare will happen where health happens.
14. Managing Health Care Business Strategy
Author: by George B. Moseley III
Jones & Bartlett Learning
Managing Health Care Business Strategy explores the most important aspects of planning and implementing strategy in a health care organization in very practical, actionable language with relevant, real-life and hypothetical examples throughout. Using simple, accessible language, the author explains everything you need to know to get started managing strategy in a health care organization.
The book includes a description of the basic multi-step process of creating and then managing a strategic plan, as well as specific strategic options (merger/acquisition, reorganization, joint venture) and some of the popular tools for analyzing strategic situations (balanced scorecard, Six Sigma, SWOT).
The second edition is a major expansion offering 10 additional chapters that examine the finer details of formulating and implementing strategic initiatives. The Second Edition: Explores the most commonly used strategy options along with practical guidelines on when and how to use them Examines to the strategic contributions of key business functions including finance, marketing, human resources, and legal Looks at general factors in the management of organizations that have a direct bearing on the execution of their strategies Perfect for those pursuing a career in health care management, health care leadership, biotech entrepreneurs, technology startups, government administrators, and more, Managing Health Care Business Strategy offers a framework of widely-accepted strategic planning principles coupled with practical advice on how they work in the real-world.
15. Essentials of Managed Health Care (Essentials of Managed Care)
Author: by Peter R. Kongstvedt
Jones & Bartlett Learning
As the most widely-used textbook on managed care, Essentials of Managed Health Care provides an authoritative and comprehensive overview of the key strategic, tactical, and operational aspects of managed health care and health insurance. With a primary focus on the commercial sector, the book also addresses managed health care in Medicare, Medicaid, and military medical care.
An historical overview and a discussion of taxonomy and functional differences between different forms of managed health care provide the framework for the operational aspects of the industry as well. The Sixth Edition is a thorough revision that addresses the impact of HR 3590, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, as well as other new laws such as the Genetic Information Non-disclosure Act (GINA).
16. Why Hospitals Should Fly: The Ultimate Flight Plan to Patient Safety and Quality Care
Author: by John J. Nance
Second River Healthcare
2009 ACHE Book of the Year This book is a tour de force, and no one but John Nance could have written it. He, alone, masters in one mind the fields of aviation, health care safety, medical malpractice law, organizational sociology, media communication, and, as if that were not enough, the art of fine writing.
Only he could have made sophisticated, scientifically disciplined instruction about the nature and roots of safety into a page-turner. Medical care has a ton yet to learn from the decades of progress that have brought aviation to unprecedented levels of safety, and, in instructing us all about those lessons, John Nance is not just a bridge-builder he is the bridge.
This book should be required reading for anyone willing to face the facts about what it will take for health care to be as safe as it truly can be.Donald M. Berwick, MD, MPP President and CEO Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI)