5 edition of Changing values in medical and health care decision making found in the catalog.
by Wiley, Distributed in the USA, Canada, and Japan by A.R. Liss in Chichester, New York, New York, NY, USA
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Uffe Juul Jensen and Gavin Mooney.|
|Contributions||Jensen, Uffe Juul., Mooney, Gavin H., European Society for Philosophy of Medicine and Health Care.|
|LC Classifications||R724 .C44 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 195 p. :|
|Number of Pages||195|
|LC Control Number||89070700|
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: APPE gift. Description: x, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: 1. Conceptual foundations for an ethics of medical care / Albert R. Jonsen and Andre E. Hellegers: Commentary / Paul Ramsay Government decision making and the preciousness of life / Kenneth J. Arrow: Commentary / Guido Calabresi ; Commentary / Edmund Pellegrino (). Applying Library Values to Emerging Technology: Decision-Making in the Age of Open Access, Makerspaces, and the Ever-Changing Library. Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries: Vol. 15, No. 2, pp. Author: Jorge E. Perez.
The basic values of fairness and equity that are demonstrated by the willingness of Canadians to share resources and responsibility are displayed in Canada's health care system, and have been reflected in the modifications and major reforms made to the system since its inception. In any case, as soon as it is clear that the patient is nearing the end of life, the family should try to discuss with the medical team which end-of-life care approach they want for their family member. That way, decision making for crucial situations can be planned and .
The goal of this ethics and decision-making continuing education program is to provide dietitians, pharmacists, health educators, occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech-language pathologists, and radiologic technologists with information on moral and ethical decision making. After studying the information presented here, you will be better able to: Define the concept of moral or. Decision making in health care involves consideration of a complex set of diagnostic, therapeutic and prognostic uncertainties. Medical therapies have side effects, surgical interventions may lead to complications, and diagnostic tests can produce misleading results. Furthermore, patient values and service costs must be considered/5(6).
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This book introduces readers to these conceptsFile Size: 1MB. For personal accounts OR managers of institutional accounts. Username *. Password *Author: John Saunders. Decision making in health care involves consideration of a complex set of diagnostic, therapeutic and prognostic uncertainties.
Medical therapies have side effects, surgical interventions may lead to complications, and diagnostic tests can produce misleading by: Medical Decision Making provides clinicians with a powerful framework for helping patients make decisions that increase the likelihood that they will have the outcomes that are most consistent with their preferences.
This new edition provides a thorough understanding of the key decision making infrastructure of clinical practice and explains the principles of medical decision making both for /5(7).
A casual review of the official rules for interpreting the key component of Medical Decision-Making shows that the criteria for quantifying physician cognitive labor are quite ambiguous.
Medicare discovered that auditors were having a hard time nailing down the level of. Decision making in health care means navigating through a complex and tangled web of diagnostic and therapeutic uncertainties, patient preferences and values, and costs.
In addition, medical therapies may include side effects, surgery may lead to undesirable complications, and diagnostic technologies may produce inconclusive results. In many clinical and health policy decisions it is necessary 5/5(2).
Objective values assessment tools appear useful for eliciting health care values, although multiple challenges for reliable, valid, and clinically useful measurement of values are identified.
INTRODUCTION This article addresses the importance of and challenges for the assessment of values for medical decision by: This pragmatic and comprehensive book helps readers develop the knowledge, skills, and values necessary for effective health care social work practice, as well as an understanding of the technological, social, political, ethical, and financial factors affecting contemporary patient care.
Packed with case studies and exercises, the book emphasizes the importance of being attentive to both. Background Patient decisions are influenced by their personal values.
However, there is a lack of clarity and attention on the concept of patient values in the clinical context despite clear emphasis on patient values in evidence-based medicine and shared decision making. The aim of the study was to explore the concept of patient values in the context of making decisions about insulin.
resources according to the decision regarding reimbursement to agencies or supervisory bodies whose job it is to rank priorities. They officially use bargaining or rational decision-making based on bio-medical efficiency and cost-effective ratios.
But it is far from covering the entire decision-making process governing resource allocation. As Health Care Professionals (HCP) we see families struggling to make treatment decisions, and many patients and families look to HCPs to make decisions for them.
In many cases of medical decision-making, despite best efforts to reduce bias and to account for patient's values, cultural obligations and stress levels, a hierarchical paradigm, generally, continues to prevail.
Health Care Comes Home recommends critical steps to improve health care in the home. The book's recommendations cover the regulation of health care technologies, proper training and preparation for people who provide in-home care, and how existing housing can be modified and new accessible housing can be better designed for residential health care.
for an ethical decision-making process that can help HIM and other healthcare professionals make decisions and justify a course of action. This decision-making matrix is used for the analysis of all the scenarios in this book.
Ethical scenarios: “Decision Making for an Adolescent” and “Access by Adolescents to Patient Portals.” Chap-File Size: 2MB. Charles Wellman, M.D., Chief Medical Officer for Hospice of the Western Reserve, feels that the foundation of shared decision-making is grounded in honoring patient values.
"Patients have different values, and, based on those values, they may have individualized goals Author: Anne-Marie Botek. 66 Rural Health Care Ethics eTHics is a ParT OF eVerYDaY DecisiON-maKiNG Every day, health care professionals make ethical decisions as an integral part of clinical decision-making.
Clinical decision-making incorporates profession-grounded values. This is evident when physicians, dentists, nurse practitioners or physician assistants solicit aFile Size: 1MB.
The IOM Annual Meeting provided the opportunity to juxtapose the potential for health care in the 21st century with current shortfalls and to present to important leaders in the field some emerging resources and key policy opportunities that could help transform health care.
Discussions focused on four themes: the forces driving the need for better medical evidence; the challenges with. Discussing medical problems with a health care provider can be enormously satisfying or frustrating, or somewhere in between.
When your health care provider has looked thoroughly at your health history and current symptoms, and you both discuss your values, priorities and concerns, your provider ideally will engage with you in shared decision making and help you make the best choice for you.
An overarching theme of the workshop discussion was that the ultimate goal of improving benefit–risk assessment and communication is to enable “better” healthcare decision Fendrick observed that there are two outcomes of better decisions: (1) reducing patient risk by decreasing the use of drugs that people want to take but wouldn’t take if they were better informed; and (2.
The potential of values-based decision-making is huge and exciting. The final chapter of this seminal work points the way to a democratic future in which everyone’s values can be seen and heard, regardless of technical knowledge or social status. Values-Based Decision-Making mostly uses examples drawn from the health field.
Like David. One of the key concerns in Health care management is management of change and health care professionals are obligated both to acquire and to maintain the expertise needed to undertake their professional tasks, and all are obligated to undertake only those tasks that are within their competence.1 Moreover, change occurs continuously around us.
We may want to support it, be Cited by: This chapter provides an overview of the status of patient-reported outcomes (PROs) in cancer clinical care and research.
PROs are valuable for health care and health economic decision-making at institutional, regional, national, and international levels. PRO data should be considered along with cost and survival data when approving new by: 2.