Routledge Health Management is a comprehensive and well-balanced series of textbooks on core management topics, specifically oriented towards the health care field. In almost all Western countries health care is in a state of radical reorientation. This series aims to answer the important contemporary questions such as:
Written by experts in the field each book focuses on a different aspect of healthcare management, including information systems, patient flow systems, human resource management, change management and healthcare evaluation.
Leadership in Health Care A European Perspective
Managing for Health
By Neil Goodwin
November 10, 2005
This unique text is the first to explore leadership in the context of healthcare systems across Europe. It investigates leadership and management learning against the backdrop of increasing European parliamentary influence, the expansion of EU membership, and the increasing number of patients, ...
Edited By David J. Hunter
April 17, 2007
Expertly mixing theory with practice, this text makes a unique and important contribution to the area of health management. Through examples and case studies drawn from across Europe, Managing for Health explores the management challenge in public health policy and offers pointers to equip ...
Edited By Jan Walburg, Helen Bevan, John Wilderspin, Karin Lemmens
February 13, 2006
This important new text demonstrates a step-by-step approach to understanding and improving performance management in healthcare organizations. It discusses the relevance of performance management to disease management and the professional development of the discipline, debates topical issues ...
By Marc Berg
December 17, 2003
In almost all Western countries, concerted efforts are made to stimulate the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in health care. Yet the number of success stories are few and the frustrations many. In this key textbook, readers are introduced to the challenges, the lessons learned...