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The Resource Consumer-driven health care : implications for providers, payers, and policymakers, Regina E. Herzlinger, editor

Consumer-driven health care : implications for providers, payers, and policymakers, Regina E. Herzlinger, editor

Label
Consumer-driven health care : implications for providers, payers, and policymakers
Title
Consumer-driven health care
Title remainder
implications for providers, payers, and policymakers
Statement of responsibility
Regina E. Herzlinger, editor
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"Counter Consumer-driven health care (CDHC) plans are fast becoming a central pillar of health insurers' business strategies. Harvard Business School professor Regina E. Herzlinger believes that the future of heath care depends on people becoming empowered as active consumers or purchasers of their health benefits and services. In this, her newest book, the internationally acclaimed health care guru presents a compelling vision of a health care system built to satisfy the people it serves. This important book contains a comprehensive selection of examples of consumer-driven health care in action, contributed from all parts of the health care system"--Publisher's description
Cataloging source
DNLM/DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
RA394
LC item number
.C685 2004
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
W 84.1
NLM item number
C7584 2004
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Herzlinger, Regina E.
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  • Consumer-driven health care
  • Patient satisfaction
  • Consumer satisfaction
  • Medical care
  • Medical economics
  • Consumer protection
  • Community Participation
  • Delivery of Health Care
  • Delivery of Health Care
  • Health Care Costs
  • Insurance, Health
  • Consumer-driven health care
  • Consumer protection
  • Consumer satisfaction
  • Medical care
  • Medical economics
  • Patient satisfaction
  • Gezondheidszorg
  • Patiënten
  • Consumenten
  • Sociaal-economische aspecten
  • Saúde pública
  • Administração de serviços de saúde
  • Satisfação dos consumidores de serviços de saúde
  • Proteção ao consumidor
  • Gesundheitswesen
  • Konsumentensouveränität
Label
Consumer-driven health care : implications for providers, payers, and policymakers, Regina E. Herzlinger, editor
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
pt. 1. Why we need consumer-driven health care. Fear and loathing of defined benefit health insurance -- The frayed safety net -- The solution -- Consumer-driven health insurance: what works -- Health care productivity -- The silent revolution -- Scare stories, opponents, and the role of government -- How to make consumer-driven health care happen -- pt. 2. Vision and models. The future of twenty-first century health / William W. George -- How employers can make consumer-driven health care a reality / Brian J. Marcotte -- Designing health insurance for the information age / John C. Goodman -- Risk adjustment: an overview and three case studies / Lisa I. Iezzoni -- Consumer-driven health care: dialogues with Socrates / Stephen S. Hyde -- Employee tax payments and consumer-driven health care / Jeanne A. Brown -- The implications of tax rulings on savings accounts / Charles H. Klippel -- You just can't pay Tom, Juan, and Ashley the old way anymore / Bonnie B. Whyte -- The federal employees health benefits program / James W. Morrison Jr. -- Health-based premium payments and consumer assessment information / Vicki M. Wilson [and others] -- The buyers health care action group: creating incentives to seek the sick / Ann L. Robinow -- An insurance CEO's perspective on consumer-driven health care / Leonard D. Schaeffer -- An alternative to managed care: a European perspective on informed choice / Bruno L. Holthof -- Medical savings accounts and health care financing in south Africa / Shaun Matisonn -- European health care: the cost of solidarity and the promise of risk-adjusted consumer-driven health care / Paul Belien -- Consumer-driven health care: an international view / Alvaro Salas-Chaves -- Challenges of consumer-driven health care / Eugene D. Hill III -- Making the transition to consumer-driven health care / Jesse S. Hixson -- The new consumer-driven health care system / Daniel H. Johnson -- The patient's right to decide / Warner V. Slack -- Comments on consumer-driven health care / Corbette S. Doyle -- The evolution of consumer-driven health care / Robert W. Coburn -- Will consumer-driven health care work for employers? / John C. Erb -- The perspective of an advocate for the elderly / John Rother -- pt. 3. the new intermediaries. Where will consumer-driven health care take the health care system / Bernard T. Ferrari -- The Role of information: J.D. Power's paradigm lessons from the automotive industry / J.D. Power III -- Providing information to consumers / David Lansky -- Consumer-driven health care and the internet / Mark A. Pearl -- The present and future roles of information in a consumer-driven health system / Russell Ricci -- Who has star quality / Jon A. Chilingerian -- Grounding consumer-driven health care in social science research / Arnold Milstein, Nancy E. Adler -- Providing the most-wanted information when most needed: best doctors / Steven W. Naifeh, Gregory White Smith -- The half-billion dollar impact of information about quality / Becky J. Cherney -- Buyers health care action group: consumer perceptions of quality differences / Katherine M. Harris [and others] --Helping consumers choose among complex insurance plans / Colleen M. Murphy -- Carecounsel: consumer-driven health care advocacy / Lawrence N. Gelb -- Access health group: a medical management perspective / Joseph P. Tallman -- consumer's medical resource: helping consumers evaluate medical treatment options / David J. Hines -- The cost effectiveness of consumer-driven lifestyle changes in the treatment of cardiac disease /Dean Ornish -- Healthtrac: proven reduction of the need and demand for medical services / James F. Fries -- The Healthwise(R) approach: reinventing the patient / Donald W. Kemper, Molly Mettler -- pt. 4. Innovative consumer-driven solutions to chronic problems. The role of providers / Michael L. Millenson -- A disease management approach to chronic illness / Jessie C. Gruman, Cynthia M. Gibson -- Consumer-driven health care: management matters / Richard M.J. Bohmer, Amy C. Edmondson, Gary P. Pisano -- Consumer-driven health care for the chronically ill / Al Lewis -- A cost-effective model for high-quality catastrophic care / Bernard Salick, Seth M. Yellin -- Collaborating with consumers to advance health knowledge and improve practice / S. Robert Levine, Laura L. Adams -- Package pricing at the Texas Heart Institute / Denton A. Cooley, John W. Adams Jr. -- Helping patients manage their asthma: the national Jewish approach / Lynn M. Taussig, David Tinkelman -- A model of focused health care delivery: Shouldice Hospital / Daryl J.B. Urquhart, Alan O'Dell -- Chronic problems, innovative solutions: paving the way to the focused factory / Stuart Lovett -- Improving health and reducing the costs of chronic diseases / Robert E. Stone -- The impact of horizontal integration in hospitals: HCA Healthcare Corporation / Thomas F. Frist Jr. -- An innovative approach to population health: Kaiser Permanente Southern California / Les Zendle -- The right care: Vanderbilt Medical Center / Harry R. Jacobson -- Achieving focus in hospital care: the role of relational coordination / Jody Hoffer Gittell -- Consumer-driven health care is a message of hope / James F. Rodgers -- An academic health center perspective / Roger J. Bulger -- Consumer choice in consumer-driven health care / Francois Maisonrouge -- Individual genetic profiles: the empowerment of the health care consumer / Tony L. White -- Delivering the right drug to the right patient / Mark Levin -- pt. 5. The role of government. The uninsured: understanding and resolving an American dilemma / Jon R. Gabel -- A health insurance tax credit: the key to more coverage and choice for consumers / David B. Kendall -- The politics of consumer-driven health care / Eric S. Berger, Carrie Gavora, Daniel H. Johnson -- Health care: what role for regulation / Karen Ignagni -- Adult health insurance / Ken Abramowitz -- AmeriChoice corporation: the personal care model / Anthony Welters -- The uninsured and access / Constance G. Jackson -- Consumer-driven health care for the uninsured / Kevin Vigilante -- A health care sec: the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth / Regina E. Herzlinger -- Keep 'em honest: the health care SEC / Robert N. Shamansky -- The U.S. needs a consumer-driven medical care system / Rita Ricardo-Campbell -- Government's new roles in the era of consumer-driven health care / Richard A. D'amaro
Control code
53900654
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxxiv, 892 pages
Isbn
9780787952587
Lccn
2003026854
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)53900654
Label
Consumer-driven health care : implications for providers, payers, and policymakers, Regina E. Herzlinger, editor
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
pt. 1. Why we need consumer-driven health care. Fear and loathing of defined benefit health insurance -- The frayed safety net -- The solution -- Consumer-driven health insurance: what works -- Health care productivity -- The silent revolution -- Scare stories, opponents, and the role of government -- How to make consumer-driven health care happen -- pt. 2. Vision and models. The future of twenty-first century health / William W. George -- How employers can make consumer-driven health care a reality / Brian J. Marcotte -- Designing health insurance for the information age / John C. Goodman -- Risk adjustment: an overview and three case studies / Lisa I. Iezzoni -- Consumer-driven health care: dialogues with Socrates / Stephen S. Hyde -- Employee tax payments and consumer-driven health care / Jeanne A. Brown -- The implications of tax rulings on savings accounts / Charles H. Klippel -- You just can't pay Tom, Juan, and Ashley the old way anymore / Bonnie B. Whyte -- The federal employees health benefits program / James W. Morrison Jr. -- Health-based premium payments and consumer assessment information / Vicki M. Wilson [and others] -- The buyers health care action group: creating incentives to seek the sick / Ann L. Robinow -- An insurance CEO's perspective on consumer-driven health care / Leonard D. Schaeffer -- An alternative to managed care: a European perspective on informed choice / Bruno L. Holthof -- Medical savings accounts and health care financing in south Africa / Shaun Matisonn -- European health care: the cost of solidarity and the promise of risk-adjusted consumer-driven health care / Paul Belien -- Consumer-driven health care: an international view / Alvaro Salas-Chaves -- Challenges of consumer-driven health care / Eugene D. Hill III -- Making the transition to consumer-driven health care / Jesse S. Hixson -- The new consumer-driven health care system / Daniel H. Johnson -- The patient's right to decide / Warner V. Slack -- Comments on consumer-driven health care / Corbette S. Doyle -- The evolution of consumer-driven health care / Robert W. Coburn -- Will consumer-driven health care work for employers? / John C. Erb -- The perspective of an advocate for the elderly / John Rother -- pt. 3. the new intermediaries. Where will consumer-driven health care take the health care system / Bernard T. Ferrari -- The Role of information: J.D. Power's paradigm lessons from the automotive industry / J.D. Power III -- Providing information to consumers / David Lansky -- Consumer-driven health care and the internet / Mark A. Pearl -- The present and future roles of information in a consumer-driven health system / Russell Ricci -- Who has star quality / Jon A. Chilingerian -- Grounding consumer-driven health care in social science research / Arnold Milstein, Nancy E. Adler -- Providing the most-wanted information when most needed: best doctors / Steven W. Naifeh, Gregory White Smith -- The half-billion dollar impact of information about quality / Becky J. Cherney -- Buyers health care action group: consumer perceptions of quality differences / Katherine M. Harris [and others] --Helping consumers choose among complex insurance plans / Colleen M. Murphy -- Carecounsel: consumer-driven health care advocacy / Lawrence N. Gelb -- Access health group: a medical management perspective / Joseph P. Tallman -- consumer's medical resource: helping consumers evaluate medical treatment options / David J. Hines -- The cost effectiveness of consumer-driven lifestyle changes in the treatment of cardiac disease /Dean Ornish -- Healthtrac: proven reduction of the need and demand for medical services / James F. Fries -- The Healthwise(R) approach: reinventing the patient / Donald W. Kemper, Molly Mettler -- pt. 4. Innovative consumer-driven solutions to chronic problems. The role of providers / Michael L. Millenson -- A disease management approach to chronic illness / Jessie C. Gruman, Cynthia M. Gibson -- Consumer-driven health care: management matters / Richard M.J. Bohmer, Amy C. Edmondson, Gary P. Pisano -- Consumer-driven health care for the chronically ill / Al Lewis -- A cost-effective model for high-quality catastrophic care / Bernard Salick, Seth M. Yellin -- Collaborating with consumers to advance health knowledge and improve practice / S. Robert Levine, Laura L. Adams -- Package pricing at the Texas Heart Institute / Denton A. Cooley, John W. Adams Jr. -- Helping patients manage their asthma: the national Jewish approach / Lynn M. Taussig, David Tinkelman -- A model of focused health care delivery: Shouldice Hospital / Daryl J.B. Urquhart, Alan O'Dell -- Chronic problems, innovative solutions: paving the way to the focused factory / Stuart Lovett -- Improving health and reducing the costs of chronic diseases / Robert E. Stone -- The impact of horizontal integration in hospitals: HCA Healthcare Corporation / Thomas F. Frist Jr. -- An innovative approach to population health: Kaiser Permanente Southern California / Les Zendle -- The right care: Vanderbilt Medical Center / Harry R. Jacobson -- Achieving focus in hospital care: the role of relational coordination / Jody Hoffer Gittell -- Consumer-driven health care is a message of hope / James F. Rodgers -- An academic health center perspective / Roger J. Bulger -- Consumer choice in consumer-driven health care / Francois Maisonrouge -- Individual genetic profiles: the empowerment of the health care consumer / Tony L. White -- Delivering the right drug to the right patient / Mark Levin -- pt. 5. The role of government. The uninsured: understanding and resolving an American dilemma / Jon R. Gabel -- A health insurance tax credit: the key to more coverage and choice for consumers / David B. Kendall -- The politics of consumer-driven health care / Eric S. Berger, Carrie Gavora, Daniel H. Johnson -- Health care: what role for regulation / Karen Ignagni -- Adult health insurance / Ken Abramowitz -- AmeriChoice corporation: the personal care model / Anthony Welters -- The uninsured and access / Constance G. Jackson -- Consumer-driven health care for the uninsured / Kevin Vigilante -- A health care sec: the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth / Regina E. Herzlinger -- Keep 'em honest: the health care SEC / Robert N. Shamansky -- The U.S. needs a consumer-driven medical care system / Rita Ricardo-Campbell -- Government's new roles in the era of consumer-driven health care / Richard A. D'amaro
Control code
53900654
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxxiv, 892 pages
Isbn
9780787952587
Lccn
2003026854
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)53900654

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