Quality and Cost-Containment in Care of the Elderly
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Quality and Cost-Containment in Care of the Elderly Health Services Research Perspectives by James C. Romeis

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Published by Springer Pub Co .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Older people,
  • Medical,
  • Costs Of Health Care,
  • Health Services For Older Adults,
  • methods,
  • United States,
  • Medical care,
  • Cost Control,
  • Other Branches of Medicine,
  • Health Policy,
  • Health Services for the Aged

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsRodney M. Coe (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages236
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8166023M
ISBN 100826171702
ISBN 109780826171702

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Health Care Cost Containment and Medical Innovation. This creates the challenge of how to curb health care spending while continuing to enjoy the improvements in quality and quantity of life that result from innovation in medical care. This paper explores the economics literature on cost containment and health care innovation, with most of. In publishing Quality Management for Health Care Delivery, QMMP hopes to promote-understanding of and discussion about the use of the continuous quality improvement model within health care. Further, we -recognize that for many hospitals, implementing the program described in . Cost Containment and the Standard of Medical Care E. Haavi Morreimt Rapid increases in health care costs have prompted business and gov-ernment to impose cost containment measures that, in . Given the potential for higher utilization of services of the traditional and expanded health care delivery system, patients with serious and complex medical conditions could be considered at even greater risk of experiencing poor-quality health care in terms of one or more of the major quality-of-care measures.