Mccarthys Introduction To Health Care Delivery A Primer For Pharmacists [Plake, Kimberly] (Tapa Blanda)

Modelo 9781284094107
Fabricante o sello Jones & Bartlett Learning
Peso 1.40 Kg.
Precio:   $31,949.00
Si compra hoy, este producto se despachara y/o entregara entre el 21-07-2020 y el 29-07-2020
-Autor: Plake, Kimberly
-Editorial: Jones & Bartlett Learning
-Formato: Tapa Blanda
-Idioma: Español
-ISBN-13: 9781284094107
-Páginas: 598
-Dimensiones: cm. x cm. x cm.
-Peso (kg.): 1.40


Each new print copy includes Navigate 2 Advantage Access that unlocks a comprehensive and interactive eBook, student practice activities and assessments, a full suite of instructor resources, and learning analytics reporting tools. McCarthys Introduction to Health Care Delivery: A Primer for Pharmacists, Sixth Edition provides students with a current and comprehensive overview of the U.S. health care delivery system, including social, organizational, and economic aspects, from the perspective of the pharmacy profession. Each thoroughly updated chapter of this best-selling text includes real-world case studies, learning objectives, chapter review questions, questions for further discussion, and updated key topics and terms. NEW TO THE SIXTH EDITION Updated an Enhanced content relating to: Expanded section regarding pharmacist roles Post-graduate education/resources Credentialing/resources Affordable Care Act Medicare and Medicaid Contrasting views of health policy Government’s perspective on role of pharmacists (provider status) Examples of state health insurance programs Challenges of the VA system E-commerce, internet pharmacy, and other technologies Interdisciplinary models of care Scope of practice and related legislation Sources of patient information Health and illness behavior Culture, health literacy, health behavior change and motivational interviewing Role of quality improvement in patient safety Drug safety Pharmaceutical industry and drug development Electronic prescribing and electronic health records Patient Safety and Clinical Pharmacy Services Collaborative (PSPC) Pharmacy benefit managers Basic policy issues affecting health care Connections between medication use systems and health care delivery models Demographics, including compression of morbidity Basic epidemiology, including discussions of incidence, prevalence, risk, etc. Distribution process, e.g., wholesalers Counterfeits and efforts to prevent occurrence Internet pharmacy DTC advertising E-Commerce Health care disparities Examples of pharmacist roles in public health (immunizations, bioterrorism, community health clinics, etc.) Continuous quality improvement Measures of quality Root cause analysis E-prescribing Technologies to improve safety and efficiencies Reimbursement Joint Commission Multihospital systems, horizontal/vertical integration Fellowships Ambulatory care data LTC statistics New funding for community health centers New therapies used at home Economic principles affecting health care The uninsured Prescription drug plans Difference between private pay and Medicaid Expand discussion on HEDIS Supply-side and demand-side controls Consumer-driven healthcare PBMS, pharmacy reimbursement Details on formularies DUR Specialty pharmacies Cognitive reimbursement and MTM Transitions of Care Formulary review for expensive biotech drugs Health technology assessment Pharmacoeconomic methods Quality of life and health outcomes measurement Health education Developing countries Accountable care organizations (ACOS) Patient-centered medical homes (PCMS) Consumer driven health care INSTRUCTOR RESOURCES: Instructor’s Manual, Slides in PowerPoint format, Test Bank With Navigate 2, technology and content combine to expand the reach of your classroom. Whether you teach an online, hybrid, or traditional classroom-based course, Navigate 2 delivers unbeatable value. Experience Navigate 2 today at jblnavigate /2 Some electronic and versions do include access to Navigate 2 Advantage resources. Navigate 2 Advantage Access may be purchased separately. See Student Resources tab. About the Author Kimberly S. Plake is an Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Purdue University College of Pharmacy. Dr. Plake obtained her B.S. in Pharmacy from Butler University in and her Ph.D. in Pharmacy Administration from Purdue University. She has a background in community pharmacy, which is reflected in her teaching and research. These interest
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