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eHealth Solutions for Health Care Disparities Edited by Michael Christopher Gibbons, Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute, Baltimore Paralleling emerging trends in cyber-health technology, concerns are mounting about racial, ethnic, disparities in health care utilization and outcomes. eHealth Solutions for Health Care Disparities brings these currents together, challenging readers to use, promote, and develop new technology-based methods for closing these gaps. Edited by a leading urban health advocate and featuring 16 expert contributors, the book examines cyber-strategies with the greatest potential toward effective, equitable care, improved service delivery and better health outcomes for all. Chapters go well beyond the possibilities of the Electronic Medical Record to discuss emerging roles for information technology in promoting healthful behavior changes (e.g., nutrition, weight loss, smoking cessation), disease prevention (e.g., cancer, HIV), and healthcare utilization, patient education and medicine compliance). The rise of e-Patients and the transformation of the doctor-patient relationship are also discussed. Opportunities for Web based products and interventions are explored in terms of tracking disparities, improving healthcare utilization and health outcomes, reducing disparities and monitoring trends among patients, whether they have Internet capabilities or not. Among the booka (TM)s highlights: Why health care gaps still exist: individual, provider, and systemic factors. What information technology can bring to health care services. Current strategies in eHealth, public health informatics, and medical informatics. Technological disparities, and what can be done to reduce them. New paradigms in disparity research. The potential for eHealth in health care policy. For public health professionals, health care administrators and informaticians as well as graduate students in health behaviors, health promotion, and social epidemiology, eHealth Solutions for Health Care Disparities is a lucid map for an increasingly digital future. Perspectives of Knowledge Management in Urban Health Gibbons, Michael Christopher / Bali, Rajeev K. / Wickramasinghe, Nilmini, Springer

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Perspectives of Knowledge Management in Urban Health: Hardback: Springer-Verlag New York Inc. : 9781441956439: 01 Mar 2010: The book offers a global framework for organizational competence leading to improved care quality and outcomes for traditionally underserved clients in diverse, challenging settings. It includes case studies from Washington, D.C, South Africa and Australia. It is a tragic paradox of American health care: a system renowned for world-class doctors, the latest medical technologies, and miraculous treatments has shocking inadequacies when it comes to the health of the urban poor. Urban Health Knowledge Management outlines bold, workable strategies for addressing this disparity and eliminating the? knowledge islands? that so often disrupt effective service delivery. The book offers a wide-reaching global framework for organizational competence leading to improved care quality and outcomes for traditionally underserved clients in diverse, challenging settings. Its contributors understand the issues fluently, imparting both macro and micro concepts of KM with clear rationales and real-world examples as they: ? Analyze key aspects of KM and explains their applicability to urban health. Introduce the KM tools and technologies most relevant to health care delivery. Offer evidence of the role of KM in improving clinical efficacy and executive decision-making. Provide extended case examples of KM-based programs used in Washington, D.C. (child health), South Africa (HIV/AIDS), and Australia (health inequities). Apply KM principles to urban health needs in developing countries. Discuss new approaches to managing, evaluating, and improving delivery systems in the book's? Measures and Metrics? section. Urban health professionals, as well as health care executives and administrators, will find Urban Health Knowledge Management a significant resource for bringing service delivery up to speed at a time of great advancement and change. Medical Administration & Management, , , , Perspectives of Knowledge Management in Urban Health, Michael Christopher Gibbons, 9781441956439, Springer-Verlag New York Inc., , , , ,, [PU: Springer]

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It is a tragic paradox of American health care: a system renowned for world-class doctors, the latest medical technologies, and miraculous treatments has shocking inadequacies when it comes to the health of the urban poor. "Urban Health Knowledge Management" outlines bold, workable strategies for addressing this disparity and eliminating the 'knowledge islands' that so often disrupt effective service delivery. The book offers a wide-reaching global framework for organizational competence leading to improved care quality and outcomes for traditionally underserved clients in diverse, challenging settings. Its contributors understand the issues fluently, imparting both macro and micro concepts of KM with clear rationales and real-world examples as they: analyze key aspects of KM and explains their applicability to urban health; introduce the KM tools and technologies most relevant to health care delivery; offer evidence of the role of KM in improving clinical efficacy and executive decision-making; provide extended case examples of KM-based programs used in Washington, D.C.(child health), South Africa (HIV/AIDS), and Australia (health inequities); apply KM principles to urban health needs in developing countries; discuss new approaches to managing, evaluating, and improving delivery systems in the book's 'Measures and Metrics' section. Urban health professionals, as well as health care executives and administrators, will find "Urban Health Knowledge Management" a significant resource for bringing service delivery up to speed at a time of great advancement and change. Computers Computers eBook, Springer

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Michael Christopher Gibbons

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Urban Health Knowledge Management

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It is a tragic paradox of American health care: a system renowned for world-class doctors, the latest medical technologies, and miraculous treatments has shocking inadequacies when it comes to the health of the urban poor. Urban Health Knowledge Management outlines bold, workable strategies for addressing this disparity and eliminating the "knowledge islands" that so often disrupt effective service delivery. The book offers a wide-reaching global framework for organizational competence leading to improved care quality and outcomes for traditionally underserved clients in diverse, challenging settings. Its contributors understand the issues fluently, imparting both macro and micro concepts of KM with clear rationales and real-world examples as they: . Analyze key aspects of KM and explains their applicability to urban health. . Introduce the KM tools and technologies most relevant to health care delivery. . Offer evidence of the role of KM in improving clinical efficacy and executive decision-making. . Provide extended case examples of KM-based programs used in Washington, D.C. (child health), South Africa (HIV/AIDS), and Australia (health inequities). . Apply KM principles to urban health needs in developing countries. . Discuss new approaches to managing, evaluating, and improving delivery systems in the book's "Measures and Metrics" section. Urban health professionals, as well as health care executives and administrators, will find Urban Health Knowledge Management a significant resource for bringing service delivery up to speed at a time of great advancement and change. TOC:Section I KM and Urban Health.- Chapter 1: Knowledge Management for the Urban Health Context.- Chapter 2: Healthcare Knowledge Management: Incorporating the Tools, Technologies, Strategies and Processes of KM to Effect Superior Healthcare Delivery.- Chapter 3: Knowledge Management in the Urban Health Context: Moving Towards Tacit-to-Tacit Knowledge Transfer.- Section II Incorporating KM Principles into Urban Health Contexts.- Chapter 4: A Childhood / Adolescent Knowledge Management System for Urban Area Health Programs in the District of Columbia.- Chapter 5: Urban Health in Developing Countries.- Chapter 6: A Pervasive Wireless Knowledge Management Solution to Address Urban Health Inequalities with Indigenous Australians.- Chapter 7: The Development of a Framework to Evaluate the Management of HIV/AIDS Programmes in Rural and Urban South Africa.- Chapter 8: The potential of Serious Games for Combating Health Inequalities.- Section III Measures and Metrics for KM and Urban Health.- Chapter 9: A Scaleable and Viable Strategy for Managing Organizing: Typology for Intervening into Complex Healthcare Environments for Enhancing Continual Development.- Chapter 10: Amplifying Resonance in Organizational Learning Process: Knowledge Sharing for Overcoming Cognitive Barriers and for Assuring Positive Action.- Chapter 11: Developing New Urban Health Metrics to Reduce the Know-Do Gap in Public Health.- Chapter 12: Recommendations on Evaluation and Development of Useful Metrics for Urban Health.- Chapter 13: Making Sense of Urban Health Knowledge

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781441956439
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1441956433
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
Herausgeber: Springer-Verlag GmbH
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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