May 4, 2009

Materials Added to the AHA Resource Center

100 Top Hospitals:  National Benchmarks for Success.  Ann Arbor, MI:  Thomson Reuters, 2008.  (Ref WX 150 O58 2008).

2008 Annual Conference Proceedings Manual:  Association of Healthcare Administrative Professionals.  Chicago:  American Hospital Association, 2008.  (W 80 H434a 2008).

A 12-Month Action Plan for Hospital Gift Shop Managers and Buyers.  Ann Arbor, MI:  Cindy Jones Associates, 2005.  (WX 161 Z999 2005).

Annual Report of the U.S. Hospital IT Market.  Chicago:  Healthcare Information and Managment Systems Society, 2009.  (Ref WX 26.5 A54 2009).

ASHHRA National Healthcare Compensation Survey.  Kansas City, MO:  Integrated Healthcare Strategies, June 1, 2008.  (Ref W 21 N277 2008).

Association of Academic Health Centers.  Out of Order Out of Time:  The State of the Nation's Health Workforce.  Washington:  Association of Academic Health Centers, 2008.  (Ref W 76 O94 2008).

Bader, B., and others.  Pursuing Systemness:  The Evolution of Large Health Systems.  San Diego, CA:  Governance Institute, 2005.  (Ref WX 157.4 P986 2005).

Barnett, K.  The Status of Community Benefit in California.  The California Endowment, 2002.  (WX 27 AC2 B261s 2002).

Blue Ridge Academic Health Group:  Advancing Value in Health Care:  the Emerging Transformational Role of Informatics.  Atlanta, GA:  Emory University, 2008.  (W 80 B58 2008).

Brock, J.  The Structure of American Industry.  12th ed.  Upper Saddle River, NJ:  Pearson, Prentice Hall, 2009.  (HC 106 S927 2009).

Brown, J., editor.  The Next Generation of Disease Management:  2009 and Beyond.  Washington:  Atlantic Information Services, Inc., 2008.  (W 84.7 N567 2008).

Central Service Technical Manual.  7th ed.  International Association of Healthcare Central Service Material Management, 2007.  (WX 165 C397 2007).

Central Service Technical Manual.  Workbook.  7th ed.  International Association of Healthcare Central Service Material Management, 2007.  (WX 165 C397w 2008).

Community Connections.  Strengthening Community Trust:  Strategies  for CEOs.  Chicago:  American Hospital Association, 2006.  (WX 160 C734s 2006).

Competency-Based Governance:  A Foundation for Board and Organizational Effectiveness.  Chicago:  Center for Healthcare Governance, Feb. 2009.  (WX 150 C737 2009).

Compliance Strategies for the Universal Protocol.  Oakbrook Terrace, IL:  Joint Commission Resources, 2007.  (WX 153 C737 2007).

Continuing Education in the Health Professions:  Proceedings of a Conference.  New York:  Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, 2008.  (W 20 C7624 2008).

Creating a Healthy Board/Medical Staff Relationship:  Current Trends and Practices.  Chicago:  Center for Healthcare Governance, 2008.  (WX 160 C912 2008).

Defusing Disruptive Behavior.  A Workbook for Health Care Leaders.  Oakbrook Terrace, IL:  Joint Commission Resources, 2007.  (W 62 D316 2007).

Discharge Planning Primer:  Community Collaborations to Decrease Hospital Readmissions Risk.  Manasquan, NJ:  The healthcare Intelligence Network, 2008.  (WX 158 D611p 2008).

Eliscu, A.  Position for Success!  Strategic Marketing for Group Practices.  Englewood, CO:  Medical Group Management Association, 1995.  (W 74 AA1 E43p 1995).

Employer Health Benefits:  Annual Survey.  Menlo Park, CA; Chicago:  Kaiser Family Foundation/Health Research and Educational Trust, 2008.  (Ref W 275 AA1 E555 2008).

Futurescan 2009:  Forecast of Healthcare Trends, 2009-2014.  Chicago:  Health Administration Press, 2009.  (Ref WA 900 AA1 F996 2009).

Geraci, W., and Vassev, P.  AAMC Data Book:  Medical Schools and Teaching Hospitals by the Numbers.  Washington:  Association of American Medical Colleges, Apr. 2009.  (Ref W 16 A112 2009).

Good Practices in Preventing Patient Falls:  A Collection of Case Studies.  Oakbrook Terrace, IL:  Joint Commission Resources, 2007.  (WX 185 G646 2007).

Guide for Planning and Reporting Community Benefit.  St. Louis, MO:  Catholic Health Association of the United States, 2008.  (Ref WA 546 AA1 G946p 2008).

Healthcare Informatics.  2009 Compensation Survey:  Salaries and Benefits of Healthcare IT Professionals.  New York:  Vendome Group, 2009.  (Ref W 26.5 Z999 2009).

High-Alert Medications.  Strategies for Improving Safety.  Oakbrook Terrace, IL:  Joint Commission Resources, 2008.  (WX 179 H634 2008).

Improving Hand-Off Communication.  Oakbrook Terrace, IL:  Joint Commission Resources, 2007.  (WX 173 I34h 2007).

Infection Control Issues in the Environment of Care.  Oakbrook Terrace, IL:  Joint Commission Resources, 2005.  (WX 167 I43e 2005).

Infection Prevention and Control.  Current Research and Practice.  Oakbrook Terrace, IL:  Joint Commission Resources, 2007.  (WX 167 I43p 2007).

Insurance Fact Book.  New York:  Insurance Information Institute, 2009.  (Ref HG 8501 I59 2009).

Integrated Healthcare Strategies.  How a Hospital's Work Value Influences Successful Decision Making.  Kansas City, MO:  Integrated Healthcare Strategies, 2009.  (Ref WX 159 H847 2009).

Kenney, C.  The Best Practice.  How the New Quality Movement is Transforming Medicine.  New York:  Public Affairs, 2008.  (W 84 AA1 K34b 2008).

Kirchoff, S.  Coding and Reimbursement for Hospital Outpatient Services.  2nd ed.  Chicago:  American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), 2009.  (WX 173 V945c 2009).

Lin, D.  Rapid Response Teams:  Proven Strategies for Successful Implementation.  2nd ed.  Marblehead, MA:  HCPro, Inc., 2008.  (WX 215 L735r 2008).

Mallon, W., and Vernon, D.  Handbook of Academic Medicine:  How Medical Schools and Teaching Hospitals Work.  Washington:  Association of American Medical Colleges, 2008.  (Ref W 18 M255h 2008).

Matthews, M., and others, editors.  Health Coaching Benchmarks:  Operations and Performance Data for Optimal Program ROI and Participant Health Status.  Manasquan, NJ:  Healthcare Intelligence Network, 2009.  (Ref WA 590 H434 2009).

Medical Team Training:  Strategies for Improving Patient Care and Communication.  Oakbrook Terrace, IL:  Joint Commission Resources, 2008.  (W 84.8 M489 2008).

Meeting the Joint Commission's 2009 National Patient Safety Goals.  Oakbrook Terrace, IL:  Joint Commission Resources, 2008.  (WX 153 M495 2008).

Must-Have Information for Nurses About Quality and Patient Safety.  Oakbrook Terrace, IL:  Joint Commission Resources, 2007.  (WY 100 M991 2007).

Must-Have Information for Pharmacists About Quality and Patient Safety.  Oakbrook Terrace, IL:  Joint Commission Resources, 2007.  (WX 179 M991 2007).

Must-Have Information for Physicians About Quality and Patient Safety.  Oakbrook Terrace, IL:  Joint Commission Resources, 2007.  (WX 153 M991 2007).

Nash, D., Oetgen, M., and Pracilio, V., editors.  Governance for Health Care Providers:  the Call to Leadership.  New York:  Productivity Press, 2009.  (W 84 AA1 G721 2009).

New Ways of Working in Hospitals.  A Step-by-Step Guide to Work and Role Design Changes to Improve Patient Care Delivery and Use Hospital Staff Skills and Time More Effectively.   Chicago:  American Hospital Association, 2008.  (WX 162.5 N532 2008).

Nolf, L.  Current Award Trends in Personal Injury.  Horsham, PA:  LRP Publications, 2009.  (Ref KF 1256 A15 C976 2009).

Office of Managment and Budget.  North American Industry Classification System:  United States, 2007.  Lanham, MD:  Berman Press, 2007.  (Ref HD 2328 U58 2007).

Parish, B.  Legacy.  50 Years of Loving Care.  Texas Children's Hospital 1954-2004.  Houston:  Elisha Freeman Publishing, 2008.  (WX 28 AT4 H6T35p 2008).

Pharmacist's Role in Patient Safety.  Oakbrook Terrace, IL:  Joint Commission Resources, 2007.  (QV 21 P536r 2007).

PSOs and Emerging Medicare Risk Contracting Structures.  Global Business Research LTD, 1997.  (WT 31 P974 1997).

Stacey, J.  Inside the New Temple:  the High Cost of Mistaking Medicine for Religion.  Winnetka, IL:  Conversation Press, Inc., 1993.  (W 74 AA1 S775i 1993).

Terry, K.  Rx for Health Care Reform.  Nashville:  Vanderbilt University Press, 2007.  (WA 540 AA1 T329r 2007).

Timing is Everything:  Strategies for Reducing Delays in Patient Care.  Oakbrook Terrace, IL:  Joint Commission Resources, 2007.  (WX 162 T583 2007).

Trends in Wireless Healthcare Technologies.  New York:  Vendome Group, 2008.  (Ref W 26.5 T794w 2008).

Trompeter, E., Namovicz-Peat, S., and Barnor, I.  Managed Medicare and Medicaid Factbook:  2009.  Washington:  Atlantic Information Services, Inc., 2009.  (Ref W 250 AA1 M266 2009).

Wojcieszak, D., Saxton, J., and Finkelstein, M.  Sorry Works!   Bloomington, IN:  AuthorHouse™, 2007.  (W 44 AA1 W847 2007).

Workbook for Designing, Implementing, and Evaluating a Sharps Injury Prevention Program.  Atlanta, GA:  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2008.  (WX 185 W926 2008).

 

 

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