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Managing change : from health policy to practice

Susanne Boch Waldorff (Editor)
Managing Change is about implementing health care reforms, policies and programs into everyday practices. The book explores organizational change in health care as influenced by contemporary policy and management concepts, and presents and applies theoretical perspectives.
Print Book, English, 2015
Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, 2015
XIX, 262 pagina's ; 23 cm.
9781137518156, 9781137518163, 1137518154, 1137518162
1: The ideas and implementation of public health policies - the Norwegian case; Charlotte Kiland, Gro Kvale and Dag Olaf Torjesen 2: The Path from Policy to Practice: resilience of everyday work in acute settings; Robyn Clay-Williams, Julie J. Johnson, Deborah Debono and Jeffrey Braithwaite 3: Dealing with the Challenges of Healthcare Reform: American Hospital Systems Strive to Improve Access & Value through Retail Clinics; Amer Kaissi 4: Institutional logics and micro-processes in organisations - A multi-actor perspective on sickness absence management in three Dutch hospitals; Nicolette van Gestel, Daniel Nyberg, Emmie Vossen 5: The persistence of professional boundaries in Health Care: a re-examination using a theory of foundational values; Kathleen Montgomery, Wendy Lipworth and Louise Fitzgerald 6: Medical Doctors and Health System Improvement: Synthesis Results and Propositions for Further Research; Jean-Louis Denis and G. Ross Baker 7: The role of the quality coordinator: articulation work in quality development; Marie Henriette Madsen 8: The Role of Outside Consultants in Shaping Hospital Organizational Change; Amit Nigam, Esther Sackett, Ruthanne Huising and Brian Golden 9: NHS managers: from administrators to entrepreneurs?; Mark Exworthy, Fraser Macfarlane and Micky Willmott 10: Opportunity does matter: supporting doctors-in-management in hospitals; Marco Sartirana 11: A new approach to hybrid leadership development; Charlotte Croft 12: Scotland 'Bold and Brave'? Conditions for creating a coherent national healthcare quality strategy; Aoife M. McDermott, David R. Steel, Lorna McKee, Lauren Hamel and Patrick C. Flood 13: The social spaces of accountability in hybridized healthcare organizations; Aris Komporozos-Athanasious and Mark Thompson 14: Culture Shock and the NHS Diaspora: coping with cultural difference in Public-Private Partnerships; Justin Warring and Amanda Crompton 15: Organizational health care innovation as a change program performed by contextual sense making; Anne Reff Pedersen