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(Health Care Management Review[TA])
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  • Barriers and facilitators to intraorganizational collaboration in public health: Relational coordination across public health services targeting individuals and populations. [Journal Article]
  • HCHealth Care Manage Rev 2018 May 09
  • McCullough JM, Eisen-Cohen E, Lott B
  • CONCLUSIONS: The relational coordination of services varied significantly according to the focus of the service. Population-focused public health services had higher levels of relational coordination than individually focused services. Collaboration was facilitated and impeded by both well-known and potentially emergent factors, such as purposive cross-service meetings and organizational culture.Population-focused services possessed higher levels of collaboration than individually focused services. Intraorganizational collaboration for improved population health relies on deliberate support from senior management and structured activities to increase shared knowledge and mutual respect.
  • Market and organizational factors associated with hospital vertical integration into sub-acute care. [Journal Article]
  • HCHealth Care Manage Rev 2018 Apr 11
  • Hogan TH, Lemak CH, … Menachemi N
  • CONCLUSIONS: Hospital adaption to the changing health care landscape through vertical integration varies across market and organizational conditions. Current Centers for Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement programs do not take these factors into consideration. Vertical integration strategy into SAC may be more appropriate under certain market conditions. Hospital leaders may consider how to best align their organization's SAC strategy with their operating environment.
  • A systematic review of vertical integration and quality of care, efficiency, and patient-centered outcomes. [Journal Article]
  • HCHealth Care Manage Rev 2018 Apr 02
  • Machta RM, Maurer KA, … Rich EC
  • CONCLUSIONS: Recent evidence suggests the trend toward vertical integration will likely continue as providers respond to changing payment models and market factors. A growing body of research on comparative health system performance suggests that integration of physician practices with hospitals might not be enough to achieve higher-value care. More information is needed to identify the health system attributes that contribute to improved outcomes, as well as which policy levers can minimize anticompetitive effects and maximize the benefits of these affiliations.
  • Relationships between organizational and individual support, nurses' ethical competence, ethical safety, and work satisfaction. [Journal Article]
  • HCHealth Care Manage Rev 2018 Mar 12
  • Poikkeus T, Suhonen R, … Leino-Kilpi H
  • CONCLUSIONS: Organizational and individual support for nurses' ethical competence should be strengthened, at least in Finland, by providing more ethics education and addressing ethical problems in multiprofessional discussions. Findings confirm that organizational level support for ethical competence improves nurses' work satisfaction. They also show that individual level support improves nurses' sense of ethical safety, and both organizational and individual support strengthen nurses' ethical competence.These findings should assist nurse leaders to implement effective support practices to strengthen nurses' ethical competence, ethical safety, and work satisfaction.
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