3 edition of Bibliography on Rural Health Care Delivery (Public Administration Series--Bibliography,) found in the catalog.
Bibliography on Rural Health Care Delivery (Public Administration Series--Bibliography,)
Henry N. McCarl
by Vance Bibliographies
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||84|
Welcome to Emory’s Religion and Public Health Bibliography. This compilation is a joint effort between IHP and the Religion and Public Health Collaborative that we hope will be a valuable resource to everyone with an interest in the field of religion and public health. The bibliography is sorted by author, date, publication title, journal name, and keywords. Guidelines for Psychological Practice in Health Care Delivery Systems American Psychological Association Psychologists practice in an increasingly diverse range of health care delivery systems. This diversiﬁcation is due to widening recognition of psychology as a health profession (Belar, ; Brown et al., ), of the unique skills of.
More rural health statistics you will see echoed in these pages 2: Rural residents are less likely to have employer-based health care coverage or prescription drug coverage ( percent are uninsured versus percent of urban residents) The rural poor are less likely to be covered by Medicaid benefits. Rural Health Care Delivery: Connecting Communities Through Technology. This article describes how modern technologies are lowering the barriers to adoption for rural communities, allowing more communities to connect using telehealth and other health IT systems.
Books contributed by the World Health Organization. Introduction to migration, health and human rights -- Health implications for those left behind -- Health implications for those on the move -- Health and human rights of migrants in the host country Topics: Public Policy, Human Rights, Emigration and Immigration, Delivery of Health Care, Transients and. Add tags for "A selected research bibliography on planning and delivery for rural health services". Be the first.
Executive decisions and operations research [by] David W. Miller and Martin K. Starr.
Evaluation of the efficiency of industrial flares
first Da?il, January 21st 1919.
Northern Ireland Chronology of Events.
The First Jewish catalog
Pens under the Swastika.
An investigation of the solar cycle
Bibliography of pamphlets and tracts on education at St. Deiniols Library
Me moires politiques.
Evaluation of the expanded EBT demonstration in Maryland
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Anatomy of a failed coup.
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Southern Rural Development Center. Functional Network on Rural Health Care. Rural health care. Mississippi State, MS: Southern Rural Development Center, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R David Mustian; Southern Rural Development Center.
Functional Network on Rural Health Care. of results for Books: Medical Books: Administration & Medicine Economics: Rural Health Where There Is No Doctor: A Village Health Care Handbook, Revised Edition Nov 1, Health Care in Rural America: The Crisis Unfolds.
Report to the Joint Task Force of the National Association of Community Health Centers and the National Rural Health Association. Washington, D.C., pp [PubMed: ].
This book examines the evolving health care delivery systems and the role of nursing within the rural context. Divided into three parts including perspective. The rural community presents not only distinct health care delivery challenges but also ethical problems for clinicians and administrators of small, rural health care facilities.
Health care delivered in a rural context—in closely knit, tightly interdependent small community settings—poses unique ethical considerations for clinical practitioners. For example, a provider in a resource-poor. rural Health care ethics: a selected Bibliography Mary Ann Greene This bibliography is intended to guide the reader in both the theory and practice of ethics in rural health care.
It is organized from the general to more specific: sources in health care ethics are introduced first, followed by those publications that provide discussion of rural.
The first section of the book describes the rural environment, the rural patient, the rural physician, the rural health care team, and the emergence of a federal policy on rural health. The picture seems skewed and harsh and appears to reflect years of personal frustration on the part of the s: 2.
JUST MEDICINE is an excellent account delineating cultural biases and the negative impact on health care delivery. Would certainly recommend to health professionals, however, lay people may find the information useful in navigating the health care system, advocacy, and building effective doctor/patient relationships for healthier s: For example, the U.S.
spent $ per person for health care inwhile Switzerland, the second most expensive health care system, spent only $ per person (Bodenheimer, ). The statistics found in this article will give my grant proposal the strong factual support it needs to prove that health care spending is the biggest issue.
A series of articles that are launched in this issue of wjm and are based on the book Rural Health Care in the United States 3 describe the comparative characteristics of the rural health care delivery system.
The series and the book make the case that rural America has indeed been left behind. The quality of the rural health care delivery system is determined by the availability of providers and health care facilities to rural residents and the ability of those providers and organizations to give care that is needed and effective in generating positive health outcomes (Gregg and Moscovice, ; Rosenblatt, ).
Returning to Kentucky inBreckinridge began the work that would introduce a new type of rural health care system in the United States. The Frontier Nursing Service (FNS) was established in as a private charitable organization serving an area of about square miles in southeastern Kentucky.
Mental Health and Rural America represents the third edition of a comprehensive overview and annotated bibliography focused on rural mental health.
The previous editions (Flax, Wagenfeld, Ivens & Weiss, ; and Wagenfeld, Murray, Mohatt & DeBruyn, ) have been frequently cited in the rural mental health literature.
Purpose. Health care providers face challenges in rural service delivery due to the unique circumstances of rural living. The intersection of rural living and health care challenges can create barriers to care that providers may not be trained to navigate, resulting in burnout and high turnover.
Jonas and Kovner's Health Care Delivery in the United States, 12th Edition – Highly Acclaimed US Health Care System Textbook for Graduate and Undergraduate Students, Book and Free eBook James R.
Knickman PhD. Managed Care and Rural America: An Annotated Bibliography Managed care is a form of health care organization that combines health service delivery and health service financing into one system. It has grown in popularity as the costs of medical services have skyrocketed. Anderson, RL ().
Use of community-based services by rural adolescents with. mental health and substance use disorders. Psychiatric Services, 54, Anderson, RL, Estle, G.
Predicting level of mental health care among children. served in a delivery system in a rural state. Journal of Rural Health, 17, The Rural Health Information Hub is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under Grant Number U56RH (Rural Assistance Center for Federal Office of Rural Health.
Methods. We conducted a systematic review of the literature to assess the extent and strength of evidence for rural definition of health. Studies were eligible for inclusion if they were published in English, reported on original research and presented findings or commentary relevant to rural definition of health, were published over the last 40 years, and were based on observations of rural.
MEDICARE CURRENT BENEFICIARY SURVEY Articles published in Aizawa, N., & Kim, Y. S. (). Medicare and the health care delivery system.
Washington, D.C.: Medicare Payment Advisory Commission. Retrieved from Residential settings and healthcare use of the rural 'oldest-old' Medicare population (Research & Policy Brief). Portland.This bibliography lists and annotates books and articles published sincewhich are concerned with the problems of rural health care and manpower.
The bibliography is divided into three sections containing: (1) a subject listing of the books and articles, including such areas as manpower supply and distribution, need and demand for health services, factors affecting physician placement Cited by: 2.“no disease suffered by a live man can be known, for every living person has his own peculiarities and always has his own peculiar, personal, novel, complicated disease, unknown to medicine -- not a disease of the lungs, liver, skin, heart, nerves, and so on mentioned in medical books, but a disease consisting of one of the innumerable combinations of the maladies of those organs.