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Back to TopSelected List of Health Care Managment Books in our Library:

Academy of Health Care Management Journal : an Official Journal of the Allied Academies, Inc [electronic resource], (2005)

America's Health Rankings - Reference Book RA407.3 .N86 2005

Complaint Investigations of Minnesota Health Care Facilities [electronic resource] (2006) - Internet Resource Book W 85 C443 2006e

Comprehensive Health Insurance: Billing, Coding, and Reimbursement, Vines, Deborah (2008) - R728.5 .C67 2008

Critical Issues for the Development of Sustainable e-Health Solutions [electronic resource], Nilmini Wickramasinghe (2012)

Death and Dying Sourcebook: Basic Consumer Health Iinformation About End-of-Life Care and Related Perspectives, Shannon, Joyce Brennfleck (2006) - REF WB 310 D285 2006

eBusiness in Healthcare: from eProcurement to Supply Chain Management [electronic resource], Ursula Hubner (2008)

Encyclopedia of Health Care Management [electronic resource], Stahl, Michael J. (2006) - REF RA971 .E52 2006eb

Evidence Synthesis in Healthcare [electronic resource] : a Practical Handbook for Clinicians, Thanos Athanasiou (2011)

Fundamentals of Health Care Financial Management : a Practical Guide to Fiscal Issues and Activities, Steven Berger, 2008 - RA971.3 .B465 2008

Governing Mandatory Health Iinsurance : Learning from Experience, Savedoff, William D. (2008) - RA412 .G72 2008

Handbook of Healthcare System Scheduling [electronic resource], Hall, Randolph (2012)

Health Care Benchmarking and Performance Evaluation [electronic resource], Ozcan, Yasar A. (2008)

Health information systems [electronic resource] : Architectures and Strategies,  Winter, Alfred (2011)

Healthcare Strategic Planning: Approaches for the 21st Century, Zuckerman, Alan M. (1998) - Library Book WX 150 Z938h 2005

Introduction to Health Care Management, Buchbinder, Sharon B. (2007) - RA971 .I58 2007

Introduction to U.S. Health Care: The structure of Management and Financing of the U.S. Health Care System - Library Book RA395.A3 I496 2007

Knowledge Management for Health Care Procedures [electronic resource], Riano, David (2008)

Money-Driven Medicine: The real reason health care costs so much - Library Book RA410 .M34 2006

Origins of American Health Insurance: a History of Industrial Sickness Funds, Murray, John E. (2007) - HG9396 .M87 2007

Problems in Health Care Law - Library Book KF3825 .M53 2006

Quality Through Collaboration: The Future of Rural Health, Institute of Medicine - Library Reserve BK Two Hour Loan

Reinsuring Health : why more middle-class people are uninsured and what government can do, Swartz, Katherine - Library Book HG9396

Strategic Management of Health Care Organizations, Linda E. Swayne, 2006 - RA971 .S924 2006

To Do No Harm: ensuring patient safety in health care organizations, Morath and Turnball - Library Book WX 185 M831t 2005

Understanding Health Care Outcomes Research, Robert Kane - Library Book W 84.1 U55 2006

Understanding Health Insurance : a Guide to Billing and Reimbursement, Michelle A. Green (2008) - HG9396 .R68 2008

Using the Electronic Health Record (w/CD) - Library Book R864 .E38 2008

Workbook to Accompany Understanding Health Insurance : a Guide to Billing and Reimbursement, 9th edition, Green, Michelle A. (2008) - HG9396 .R68 2008

Your Money or Your Life: Strong Medicine for America's Health Care System, Cutler, David - eBooks on EBSCOhost Online Resource

Back to TopVideos:

PBS Program: CEO Exchange: The Prognosis for Health Care: Is the Industry Alive and Well?- Library Multimedia HD2741 .C46 2006 DVD

PBS Program: Remaking American Medicine - Library Multimedia RA399.A3 R46 2006 DVD 

Back to TopHealth Care Management Journals

When searching for information on Health Care Management topics, be sure to consult these databases, which will connect you to periodical articles in newspapers, trade publications, popular magazines and scholarly journals:

Business and Company Resource Center
Business Insights & Essentials
Company & industry news linked to electronic reference books. Contains histories, market shares, rankings, industry surveys, and investment reports.
google scholar
Google Scholar
Indexes scholarly literature. Strong in the areas of medicine, engineering, the sciences, and business. Provides relevancy rankings based on the citation patterns of the articles.  Sources are linked to our library's electronic holdings via "Find It."
Lexis Nexis
Lexis Nexis
A massive database of full text articles. Strong in the areas of news, law, and business. Also contains many trade publications.
MasterFile Premier

MasterFile Premier
Contains popular and general interest magazines covering a broad range of disciplines. Many business topics can be researched here as well. Over 2600 titles are indexed, with over 1950 titles available in full text.

NewsStand
NewsStand
Contains the full text of newspaper articles from over 350 titles. Provides our only source of electronic access to the Wall Street Journal.

Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal (Eastern Edition)
Contains the full-text Wall Street Journal which has extensive coverage of stock markets, finance, investments and business-oriented news. This database version from Proquest includes business news and analysis, company news, regular columns, special reports, articles on the national and world economy, editorials and opinion, interviews, and Reuters news stories. Excludes charts and free standing tabular data, such as stock tables and other exchange listings.  
Full text coverage: Jan 2, 1984 - current

 

Back to TopKey Reference Books

Access to Health Risk Behavior in the United States

"Access to Health Risk Behavior in the United States: A State-by-State Look at Teens and Adults details Americans' answers to questions about their health, all cross-tabulated by age, education, income, and sex—the demographic factors known to be related to health risk behavior.

Some of the many topics covered in the book's section on adults include weight, women's health, physical activity, seat belt use, health insurance coverage, alcohol consumption, high blood pressure, flu shots, etc."

REF WA 900 AA1 A169 2004

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American Health

"A new addition to the American Consumers Series, and a more comprehensive replacement for the discontinued Best of Health, American Health: Demographics and Spending of Health Care Consumers focuses on health care consumers rather than industry statistics and reveals future market and policy needs.

Presenting more than twice as many tables as contained in the popular Health, United States, American Health's 14 chapters examine addictions, aging, alternative medicine, attitudes toward health care, births, deaths, disability, diseases and conditions, health care coverage and cost, health care visits, hospital care, mental health, sexual attitudes and behavior, weight and exercise—the whole gamut of our physical and mental well-being."

REF WA900 AA1 A445 2005

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Best of Healt

"Understanding who health care consumers are and how they are changing is vital to health insurance companies, hospitals, medical personnel, pharmaceutical companies, government policymakers, and many others.

Best of Health: Demographics of Health Care Consumers is the first guide to how changes in the demographics of health care consumers are influencing health care wants and needs.

Best of Health explores the intersection between important facets of the health care industry and the consumers of health care."

REF WA 900 AA1 W452 2000

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The Business of Healthcare

REF RA 395 .A3 B875 2008 v.1

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The Business of Healthcare Volume 2

REF RA 395 .A3 B875 2008 v.2

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The Business of Healthcare Volume 3

REF RA 395 .A3 B875 2008 v.3

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Health and Healthcare in the United States

Use the Healthcare Business Market Research Handbook to find:

  • Demographics of healthcare spending
  • State-by-state breakdown of American's personal health, diseases and treatments
  • Rankings of top hospitals and healthcare providers
  • Statistics on healthcare services and the workforce
  • Data on treatments, including pharmaceuticals, medical devices and gene therapy
  • What kind of complementary and alternative care Americans are using, and how much is being spent on alternative treatments - both in and out of hospitals
  • And much more

Compiling top-line data into a single easy-to-use reference, with information sourced from over 70 professional organizations, federal health agencies, top market analysts, and news sources.

The 2013-2014 healthcare business market research handbook

Health and Healthcare in the United States
*Booklist

"Providing more than 80 different statistics, this work contains health-care data for each of the nation's more than 3,000 counties and 329 metropolitan areas. The data are alphabetically organized by state and county with a separate section for metropolitan areas. The range of data is extensive: teenage pregnancy rates; deaths by types of cancer; numbers of hospital beds, optometry offices, and nursing homes; and more. The data also include demographics and vital statistics; the oldest data are for 1995, and some figures are as recent as 1998. Most of the information was drawn from the U.S. Bureau of the Census and the National Center for Health Statistics. An especially useful feature are state reference maps outlining counties and metropolitan areas. A CD accompanying the book provides an electronic text version.

Compiled by an experienced health-care data analyst, this work, containing much material that has been either inaccessible or not previously published, provides for the first time extensive health-care profiles of every county and metropolitan area in the U.S. Its specialized nature and high cost might restrict its purchase to health science libraries or major research libraries."*

REF W 84.1 H434x 1999

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Health Care State Rankings 2005

"This newly revised, 13th edition of Health Care State Rankings features a huge compilation of easy-to-understand state health care statistics. Discover how your state ranks in teen birth rates, access to doctors, infant mortality, smoking, cancer cases, and so much more. In all, 500 tables of state health care comparisons are featured.  Health Care State Rankings 2005 makes it easy to monitor important health care trends in your state."

REF WA 900 H434 2005

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Health, United States, 2008

"32th edition. Presents national trends in health statistics. Major findings are presented in the highlights. Includes a chartbook on urban and rural health, trend tables, extensive appendixes, and an index."

REF RA 407.3 .U57a 2010

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Physician Characteristics and Distribution in the US

REF RA 410.7 .D47 2010

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Plunkett's Health Care Industry Almanac 2011

“Included in the market research sections are dozens of statistical tables covering every aspect of the industry, from Medicare expenditures to hospital utilization, from insured and uninsured populations to revenues to health care expenditures as a percent of GDP. A special area covers vital statistics and health status of the U.S. population. The corporate analysis section features in-depth profiles of the "Health Care 500"; the 500 largest and most successful for-profit firms within the health care system, from the leading companies in pharmaceuticals to the major managed care companies. Details for each corporation include growth plans, divisions, subsidiaries, brand names, competitive advantage and financial results--as well as executives by title and valuable contact information such as phone, fax, website and address.”

REF RA 410.53 .P56 2011

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Statistical Record of Health and Medicine

"Statistical Record of Health and Medicine is a comprehensive compilation of national, state, and municipal health and medical statistics profiling health in the United States, particularly those conditions and cocnerns causing the average American to sacrifice 15 percent of his or her life to ill health. Data in SRHM are drawn from more than 380 government, academic, association, trade, technical, and media sources, thus providing broad subject coverage of health and medical fields."

REF WA 16 S7973 1995

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1994 World Health Statistics Annual

"The World Health Statistics Annual presents detailed statistical information intended to provide both national and global overviews of changing trends in health status and causes of death. Health statistics submitted to WHO by national health and statistical offices are compiled each year in order to help policy makers interpret changes over time and compare key indicators of health status in different countries."

REF WA 900.1 W927x 1994 (Circulating Stacks)

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Super Searches on Health and Medicine

"Ten leading health and medical researchers share their online secrets

With human lives depending on them, skilled medical researchers rank among the best online searchers in the world. In Super Searchers on Health & Medicine, medical librarians, clinical researchers, health information specialists, and physicians explain how they combine traditional information sources with the best of the Net to deliver just what the doctor ordered.

If you use the Internet and online databases to answer important health and medical questions, the Super Searchers will help huide you around the perils and pitfalls to the best sites, sources, and techniques."

Library Book W 26.5 D483s 2000 (Circulating Stacks)

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