This is a practical guide for the professional seeking to gain insight and up-to-date knowledge about the function of ambulatory care practice and the key duties of the administrator. It is geared to all ambulatory care administrators regardless of setting, as well as physicians and other clinicians. Taking an analytical approach, the book is divided into functional areas: a background and historical overview of the development of health services and ambulatory care in the U.S., the financial management of ambulatory care, the operational issues of running a practice, human resources management issues, planning and marketing the group and issues of policy and other institutional matters.Furthermore, there are different kinds of cost a historical cost, replacement cost, joint cost, common cost, future cost. ... Differential costs, sometimes referred to as incremental costs, are the difference in cost of alternative courses of action inanbsp;...
|Title||:||Ambulatory Care Management|
|Author||:||Austin Ross, Stephen Joseph Williams, Ernest J. Pavlock|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 1998|