Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2019. — 757 p. — ISBN 9781284194111Hospitals and Health Systems: What They Are and How They Work is a comprehensive look at the inner workings of the modern health care organization. Divided into four parts, it begins with a survey of the evolution of the hospital from its beginnings up to the modern free-standing facility. The author then examines the entry of government into health care, reaction to cost escalation, and reimbursement system as well as the development and growth in importance of the health system. Readers will also understand how the free-standing, individual hospital facility operates in delivering care.Hospitals: Origins and Growth: From Early Times to 1900 Becoming the Center of the “Healthcare System”: 1900 to 1945 The American Hospital from 1945 to the Present Medicare and Medicaid: Major Game-Changers Enter Managed Care Health Benefits Coverage and Types of Health Plans Reimbursement: Following the Money Is Bigger Better? Hospitals and “Merger Mania” The Health System Emerges Mergers, Acquisitions, and the Government Structure, Organization, and Portals to Care Direct Patient Care: The Hospital Team Staffing Shortages: Then, Now, and Continuing The Physical Facility Business Activities and the Business of Medicine Unions in Healthcare Organizations
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