Essential Readings in Nursing Managed Care
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 1999 - 351 sidor
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IMPLICATIONS FOR NURSING
A REALITY CHECK
Building a Sustainable Future
Strategic Implications of Developing Integrated Levels of Care
CHANGING HOSPITALS IN A CHANGING ENVIRONMENT
Essentials for Successful Patient Care Redesign
NURSINGETHICS IN A MANAGED CARE SYSTEM
WHAT IS IT?
MANAGED CARE STRATEGIES FOR THE FUTURE
Disease State Management in Diabetes Care
Back to the Future
CAREER ISSUES IN MANAGED CARE DELIVERY SYSTEMS
A Nurses Nightmare?
CAREER DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES IN MANAGED CARE
Deborah A Straka
The Underside of Marketplace Health Care
Strength of Character through the Ethics of Nursing
A Paradigm Shift
Reengineering Nursing To Provide
Empowered or Oppressed?
Understanding and Managing Change in Health Care Organizations
Roles Driving Organizational Transition
Heinzer Terry McGoldrick and Sharon McLane
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