Essential Readings in Nursing Managed Care

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IMPLICATIONS FOR NURSING
10
A REALITY CHECK
15
Building a Sustainable Future
21
Strategic Implications of Developing Integrated Levels of Care
29
Index
32
CHANGING HOSPITALS IN A CHANGING ENVIRONMENT
47
Essentials for Successful Patient Care Redesign
59
NURSINGETHICS IN A MANAGED CARE SYSTEM
71
WHAT IS IT?
173
MANAGED CARE STRATEGIES FOR THE FUTURE
195
Disease State Management in Diabetes Care
206
Back to the Future
225
CAREER ISSUES IN MANAGED CARE DELIVERY SYSTEMS
235
A Nurses Nightmare?
247
CAREER DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES IN MANAGED CARE
253
Deborah A Straka
258

The Underside of Marketplace Health Care
81
Strength of Character through the Ethics of Nursing
102
A Paradigm Shift
109
Reengineering Nursing To Provide
115
Empowered or Oppressed?
130
Understanding and Managing Change in Health Care Organizations
137
Roles Driving Organizational Transition
147
Heinzer Terry McGoldrick and Sharon McLane
157
Addressing the State of the Labor Union
271
The Nurse as Senior Health Care Executive
277
Cost Reduction and Improvement
295
NURSES AS POLITICAL HEALTHCARE ACTIVISTS
309
The Nurse Executive as Health Policy Champion
315
IS YOUR ORGANIZATION MANAGED CARE FRIENDLY2
331
307
348
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