5 edition of Decision making in medicine and health care found in the catalog.
Decision making in medicine and health care
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Patricia C. Tolana, editor.|
|Contributions||Tolana, Patricia C.|
|LC Classifications||R723.5 .D423 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 214 p. :|
|Number of Pages||214|
|LC Control Number||2007026604|
Utilizing the ethical principles of autonomy, beneficence, nonmaleficence, fidelity, justice, and paternalism as outlined by the American Nurses Association (ANA) provides us with a firm foundation for ethical decision making. Autonomy allows healthcare teams to respect and support a patient's decision to accept or refuse life-sustaining. Husted and Husted's classic text provides a systematic approach to bioethical decision making that can help clarify situations where ""right"" and ""wrong"" are not clearly defined. Based on the interaction of health professional and patient, this approach focuses on .
Book Title: Relationship Power in Health Care: Science of Behavior Change, Decision Making, and Clinician Self-Care Book Authors: John Livingstone and Joanne Gaffney Publication Information: Boca Raton, FL, Taylor & Francis, , pp., $, paperback Producing long-lasting behavioral and lifestyle changes for patients is a challenging goal for many in health : Max Zubatsky. Decision making is a crucial element in the field of medicine. The physician has to determine what is wrong with the patient and recommend treatment, while the patient has to decide whether or not to seek medical care, and go along with the treatment recommended by the physician. Health policy makers and health insurers have to decide what to promote, what to discourage, and what to pay for.5/5(1).
Clinical Decision Making in Complementary & Alternative Medicine is a one-of-a-kind health reference for clinicians, students and educators alike. Divided into two parts – theoretical foundation and practical application – the book includes case studies on health conditions such as . Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy: A European Journal is the official journal of the European Society for Philosophy of Medicine and Health Care. It provides a forum for international exchange of research data, theories, reports and opinions on bioethics, and the philosophy of .
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A concise guide to evidence-based approaches in neurocritical care. From important aspects of the physical examination to imaging studies to treatment options and dosage guidelines, Decision Making in Neurocritical Care provides a solid introduction to the evidence-based management of patients in the neurological intensive care unit.
Succinct text in a highly accessible bullet-point format /5(16). Designed to facilitate the diagnostic and therapeutic decision-making process, this book consists of comprehensive algorithmic decision trees that guide readers through more than disorders. Brief text accompanies each algorithm and explains the key steps of the decision-making process.
The previous edition was published in Cited by: 7. An algorithmic format makes it easy to apply the practical, decision-making approaches used by seasoned clinicians in daily practice.
Comprehensive coverage of general and internal medicine helps you successfully diagnose and manage a full range of diseases and disorders related to women’s health, emergency medicine, urology, behavioral medicine, pharmacology, and much more. Decision making in health care involves consideration of a complex set of diagnostic, therapeutic and prognostic uncertainties.
Medical therapies have side effects, surgical interventions may lead to complications, and diagnostic tests can produce misleading by: Consensus Study Report: Consensus Study Reports published by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine document the evidence-based consensus on the study’s statement of task by an authoring committee of s typically include findings, conclusions, and recommendations based on information gathered by the committee and the committee’s deliberations.
Medical Book Decision Making in Medicine By providing nearly clinical decision making algorithms, this practical reference helps you arrive at the proper diagnosis and also leads you to the appropriate therapy or course of action.
HEALTH CARE SPENDING. Target Decision Making, Not Geography. Committee on Geographic Variation in Health Care Spending and Promotion of High-Value Care Board on Health Care Services Joseph P.
Newhouse, Alan M. Garber, Robin P. Graham, Margaret A. McCoy, Michelle Mancher, and Ashna Kibria, Editors. INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES. INTRODUCTION. Sharing decisions, as opposed to clinicians making decisions on behalf of patients, is gaining increasing prominence in health care policy.
1 – 4 Shared decision making (SDM) has been defined as: ‘an approach where clinicians and patients share the best available evidence when faced with the task of making decisions, and where patients are supported to consider options, to Cited by: A Typology of Hospital Decision Making.
A simple typology of decision making is shown in Table 1, which suggests that decision-making strategies used by hospitals depend on (1) the degree of agreement or certainty among the key parties as to their preferences for specific outcomes and (2) the degree of confidence or certainty in the cause-effect relationships involved—i.e., whether the Cited by: Using a proven, practical, algorithmic approach, Surgical Decision Making summarizes evidence-based guidelines and practice protocols in an easy-to-follow ed to sharpen the decision-making skills of both trainees and practicing surgeons, the 6th Edition directs your focus to the critical decision points in a wide range of clinical scenarios, helping you determine optimal Pages: Decision Making in Health and Medicine Integrating Evidence and Values 1 Elements of decision making in health care 1 2 Managing uncertainty 29 3 Choosing the best treatment 53 uncertain realities of health and medicine into the decision-equivalent of the simple “stay or go” question posed above.
For example, probability analysisFile Size: KB. Shared decision making allows an individual and their healthcare provider to together determine the most appropriate treatment or care choices.
It is a fundamental process in primary care and behavioral health care integration — making it vital that individuals with behavioral health conditions acquire skills to participate in decisions with their healthcare providers.
The Encyclopedia of Medical Decision Making gives a gentle introduction to both categories, revealing how medical and healthcare decisions are actually made—and constrained—and how physician, healthcare management, and patient decision making can be improved to optimize health outcomes.
For nearly fifteen years Practical Decision Making in Health Care Ethics has offered scholars and students a highly accessible and teachable alternative to the dominant principle-based theories in the field.
Devettere's approach is not based on an ethics of abstract obligations and duties, but, following Aristotle, on how to live a fulfilled and happy life -- in short, an ethics of personal. Values are what we care about.
As such, values should be the driving force for our decision making. They should be the basis for the time and effort we spend thinking about decisions. But this is not the way it is. It is not even close to the way it is.
Ralph Keeney. Introduction. Value judgments underlie virtually all clinical decisions. A compendium of health care quantitative techniques based in Excel. Analytics and Decision Support in Health Care Operations is a comprehensive introductory guide to quantitative techniques, with practical Excel-based solutions for strategic health care management.
This new third edition has been extensively updated to reflect the continuously evolving field, with new coverage of Author: Yasar A. Ozcan. In the past decade, the relationship between patient choice and clinical decision making has been seen as increasingly significant by healthcare systems around the globe.
This 3rd edition of Shared Decision Making in Health Care addresses important developments in this area, including the placing of shared decision making (SDM) at the centre of the US Affordable Care Act by ‘Obamacare’.
Evidence-based medicine (EBM) is commonly defined as “the conscientious, explicit, and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of individual patients.” 1 The Cited by: n I troducon ti to Bioethics and Ethical Decision Making Karen c RLh.
i OBJECTIVE S A ft er reading this chapter, the reader should be able to do the following: 4. Discuss the hist ory of bioethics. Use the approach of ethical principlism in nursing practice. Analy ze bioethical issues in File Size: 3MB.
Evidence-Based Medicine: A Unified Approach. David M. Eddy “Medical decision making” as a field worthy of study did not exist. is a physician and independent health care consultant in Cited by:. Medical Decision Making provides clinicians with a powerful framework for helping patients make decisions that increase the likelihood that they will have the outcomes that are most consistent with their preferences.
This new edition provides a thorough understanding of the key decision making infrastructure of clinical practice and explains the principles of medical decision making both .Medical Necessity brings high-level theoretical concepts to bear on the idea of necessity, showing that this uniquely important aspect of contemporary medical administration appears and recedes in relation to a set of actors—doctors, patients, insurance companies, paraprofessionals, and lawyers—who manage the classification of treatments and negotiate the technical aspects of ‘need.
Designed to facilitate the diagnostic and therapeutic decision-making process, this book consists of comprehensive algorithmic decision trees that guide readers through more than disorders. Brief text accompanies each algorithm and explains the key steps of the decision-making process.
The previous edition was published in Pages: