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NEW FOR 2012-2013 21st Century Global Mental Health 17

Health Care Market Strategy, 6e 65

Basic Concepts of Health Care Human Resource Management 62

Health Program Planning and Evaluation, 3e 31

Behavioral Epidemiology 22

Infectious Disease Epidemiology, 3e 22

Case Studies in Patient Safety 69

Integrating Quality and Strategy in Health Care Organizations 66

Case Studies in Organizational Theory and Behavior 63

Human Resource Management in Health Care, 2e

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Case Studies in Public Health Preparedness and Response to Disasters 43

Introduction to Epidemiologic Research Methods 34

Cases in Health Care Management 47

Introduction to Global Health, 2e 14

Clinical Epidemiology, 2e 24

Introduction to Public Health, 4e 10

Economics of Health and Medical Care, 6e 57

Managing Geriatric Health Services 53

Epidemiologic Research Methods in Public Health Practice 34 Epidemiology of Chronic Disease 22

Managing Health Organizations for Quality and Performance 45

Epidemiology for Public Health Practice, 5e 19

Marketing Public Health, 3e 32

Epidemiology in Women’s Health 25

Maternal and Child Health, 3e 35

Epidemiology: Beyond the Basics, 3e 20

New Leadership for Today’s Health Care Professionals 47

Essentials of Health Policy and Law, 2e 36

Novick & Morrow’s Public Health Administration, 3e 41

Essentials of Managed Health Care, 6e 58

Patient Safety Handbook, 2e 69

Essentials of the U.S. Health Care System, 3e 12

Principles and Practice of Toxicology in Public Health, 2e 27

Essentials of Public Health Ethics 42

Problems in Health Care Law, 10e 60

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics 20

Public Health Leadership, 3e 40

Global Case Studies in Maternal and Child Health 35

Economics of Health and Medical Care, 6e 57

Global Health Systems 14

The Health Care Manager’s Human Resource Handbook, 2e 62

Health Care Ethics, 3e 61

Introduction to Epidemiology, 6e 19

Understanding Environmental Health, 2e 26 Understanding Health Care Management 51

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Texts in the series: CURRENTLY AVAILABLE: Public Health 101 – Riegelman

Essentials of Public Health Preparedness – Katz

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Essentials of Health, Culture, and Diversity – Edberg

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Essentials of Health Policy and Law, Second Edition – Teitelbaum & Wilensky

Essential Case Studies in Public Health – Hunting

Essentials of Health Behavior – Edberg

Case Studies in Global Health – Levine

Essentials of Environmental Health, Second Edition – Friis

Essential Readings in Health Policy and Law – Teitelbaum & Wilensky

Essentials of Biostatistics in Public Health, Second Edition – Sullivan

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Essential Readings in Infectious Disease Epidemiology – Magnus

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• Comprehensive introductory course materials offer one-stop shopping. • Consistent design and structure including chapter objectives, discussion questions, as well as ample tables, charts, and figures, provide a familiar and comfortable format for students and faculty. • Clear, user-friendly, classroom-tested materials each written by one or two authors to maintain a consistent “voice.”

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• Experienced public health teachers, many of whom have received teaching awards reflecting their skills and enthusiasm for teaching. • The authors have worked together to ensure that their books fit together to produce an integrated whole.

What kind of ancillary materials are available? • Most texts are accompanied by downloadable Instructor Resources including Test Banks, PowerPoint slides, and Instructor’s Manuals. • Accompanying Casebooks and Workbooks provide active participation exercises. • Printed Readers broaden and deepen students’ understanding.

“The series is a wonderful service to undergraduate public health education!” —Leslie Elliott, MPH, PhD, School of Community Health Sciences, University of Nevada, Reno

About the Editor

Richard K. Riegelman, MD, MPH, PhD is Professor of Epidemiology-Biostatistics, Medicine, and Health Policy, and Founding Dean of The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services. Dr. Riegelman has taken a lead role in developing the Educated Citizen and Public Health initiative which has brought together arts and sciences and public health education associations to implement the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies recommendation that “…all undergraduates should have access to education in public health.” Dr. Riegelman also led the development of the George Washington University’s undergraduate Public Health major and minor and currently teaches “Public Health 101” and “Epidemiology 101” to undergraduates.

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INTRODUCTORY PUBLIC HEALTH

Public Health 101

Healthy People—Healthy Populations BESTSELLER

Richard Riegelman, MD, MPH, PhD, The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services From clean drinking water, to seat belts, to immunizations, the impact of public health on every individual is undeniable. Public Health 101: Healthy People––Healthy Populations provides a big-picture, population perspective on the determinants of health and disease and the tools available to protect and promote health. It examines the full range of options for intervention including use of the healthcare system, the public health system, and society-wide systems such as laws and taxation. Through case studies, vignettes, and extensive examples, readers will come away with a clear understanding of how public health affects them in their daily lives. They will learn and apply frameworks for thinking about the issues of public health and gain a deeper understanding about the health news they are exposed to each day. Essential Public Health Series title. Learn more at www.essentialpublichealth.com

ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-0149-2 Product with Access Code • 232 pages • © 2010

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INTRODUCTORY PUBLIC HEALTH

Introduction to Public Health FOURTH EDITION

Mary-Jane Schneider, PhD, School of Public Health, University at Albany, State University of New York, Rensselaer Introduction to Public Health, Fourth Edition offers a thorough, accessible overview of the expanding field of public health for students new to its concepts and actors. Packed with illustrative real-world examples, this updated edition provides students with informative discussions of the current technical issues and practical obstacles facing public health practitioners and policymakers alike. Through coverage of new approaches to research and data collection, current best practices in the field, and the social and ethical challenges of devising public policy, Introduction to Public Health, Fourth Edition provides readers with a broad-reaching, practical framework for understanding the multifaceted forces and organizations of today’s public health enterprise.

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“This is a comprehensive, well-organized introduction to public health that defies the genre: unlike most textbooks, it is written in highly engaging language that, from the attention-grabbing prologue on, draws the reader into this complex and ever-so-important field.” —Kenneth E. Warner, University of Michigan School of Public Health “The coverage of all of [the] selections is comprehensive, but presented at a level easily understood by students and even the general public... Dr. Schneider has crafted a well-written, authoritative, and engaging text that will have broad appeal.” —Journal of Community Health, Vol. 25, No. 6

ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-9736-5 Paperback with Access Code • 600 pages • © 2014

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INTRODUCTORY PUBLIC HEALTH

Essential Case Studies in Public Health Public Health What It Is and How It Works

Essentials of Public Health

FIFTH EDITION

SECOND EDITION

Bernard J. Turnock, MD, MPH, School of Public Health, University of Illinois, Chicago

Bernard J. Turnock, MD, MPH, School of Public Health, University of Illinois, Chicago

Using a straightforward systems approach, Public Health: What It Is and How It Works, Fifth Edition explores the inner workings of the complex, modern U.S. public health system—what it is, what it does, how it works, and why it is important.

This excellent introduction to the field of public health is ideal for senior-level undergraduates or graduate students in public health, health science, health professions, or nursing. Essentials of Public Health focuses on the innerworkings of health departments and the role of public health professionals.

The book covers the origins and development of the modern public health system; the relationship of public health to the overall health system; how the system is organized at the federal, state, and local levels; its core functions and how well these are currently being addressed; evidence-based practice and an approach to program planning and evaluation for public health interventions; public health activities such as epidemiological investigation, biomedical research, environmental assessment, policy development, and more. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-0024-2 Paperback • 560 pages • © 2012

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Putting Public Health into Practice Katherine Hunting, PhD, MPH, The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services Brenda L. Gleason, MA, MPH, M2 Health Care Consulting LLC ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6131-8 Paperback • 212 pages • © 2012

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This comprehensive text combines the best elements of Dr. Turnock’s other two books: Public Health: What It Is and How It Works and Public Health: Career Choices That Make a Difference. With its clear, reader-friendly language and helpful learning tools such as chapter exercises and discussion questions, this is the ideal text to prepare your students for a career in public health. Essential Public Health Series title. Learn more at www.essentialpublichealth.com ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-0022-8 Paperback • 316 pages • © 2012

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Population Health Creating a Culture of Wellness David B. Nash, MD, MBA, Thomas Jefferson University JoAnne Reifsnyder, PhD, ACHPN, Care Transitions CareKinesis, Inc. Raymond J. Fabius, MD, Thomson Reuters Valerie P. Pracilio, MPH, Thomas Jefferson University ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8043-2 Paperback • 372 pages • © 2011

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U.S. HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS & DELIVERY

Essentials of the U.S. Health Care System THIRD EDITION

Leiyu Shi, DrPH, MBA, MPA, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Douglas A. Singh, PhD, MBA, School of Business and Economics, Indiana University at South Bend Written by best-selling authors Leiyu Shi and Douglas Singh, Essentials of the U.S. Health Care System is the most concise examination of the basic structures and operations of the U.S. health system. An ideal resource for courses in health policy, allied health, health administration and more, the text clarifies the complexities of health care organization and finance and presents a solid overview of how the various components fit together.

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The Third Edition is a comprehensive update that offers new data, charts, and tables throughout the book, as well as updated ancillary materials.

New to the Third Edition: • Data updated throughout the book reflected in tables and text • Information on the Healthy People 2020 initiative • New material on U.S. health reform throughout the book • New materials on disparities initiatives • Updated conceptual framework on determinants of health • Mental health services in their historical context • Patient centered care • The Magnet Recognition Program of the American Nurses Credentialing Center • Critical access hospitals • Accountable care organizations • Updates on vulnerable populations • New information on health centers and safety-net providers • Revised perspectives on the future of health care in America

ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-8374-0 Paperback w/Access Code • 375 pages • © 2013

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• Interactive Flashcards guide them through key definitions. • Crossword Puzzles provide a fun and interactive overview of terms from each chapter. • Interactive Glossary allows them to instantly view definitions of key terms from the book—search by keyword, browse alphabetically, or browse by chapter. • Matching Questions reinforce concepts through engaging, hands-on exercises. • Web Links showcase external sites that provide additional material. • Chapter Quizzes for self-study and review.

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U.S. HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS & DELIVERY

Delivering Health Care in America

Health Care USA

A Systems Approach

Understanding Its Organization and Delivery

FIFTH EDITION

SEVENTH EDITION

Leiyu Shi, DrPH, MBA, MPA, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Douglas A. Singh, PhD, MBA, School of Business and Economics, Indiana University at South Bend

Harry A. Sultz, DDS, MPH, School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, SUNY Buffalo Kristina M. Young, MS, School of Public Health and Health Professions, SUNY Buffalo, and Canisius College

Delivering Health Care in America is the most current and comprehensive overview of the basic structures and operations of the U.S. health system— from its historical origins and resources, to its individual services, cost, and quality. Using a unique “systems” approach, this bestselling text brings together an extraordinary breadth of information into a highly accessible, easy-to-read resource that clarifies the complexities of healthcare organization and finance, while presenting a solid overview of how the various components fit together.

Health Care USA, Seventh Edition offers students of health administration, public health, medicine, and related fields a wide-ranging overview of America’s healthcare system. Combining historical perspective with analysis of modern trends, this expanded edition charts the evolution of modern American health care, providing a complete examination of its organization and delivery while offering critical insight into the issues that the U.S. health system faces today.

This thorough update offers new material on U.S. health reform, health reform in other countries, Healthy People 2020, public health system and services, vulnerable populations, and revised perspectives on the future of health care in America. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-2650-1 Paperback • 638 pages • © 2012

From a physician-dominated system to one defined by managed care and increasingly sophisticated technology, this essential text explains the transformation underway and the professional, political, social, and economic forces that guide it today and will in the future. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8458-4 Paperback • 464 pages • © 2011

Basics of the U.S. Health Care System Nancy J. Niles, MS, MPH, PhD, Lander University

Basics of the U.S. Health Care System provides students with a broad, fundamental introduction to the workings of the healthcare industry. Engaging and activities-oriented, this text offers an especially accessible overview of the major concepts of healthcare operations, the role of government, public and private financing, as well as ethical and legal issues. Each chapter features review exercises and Web resources that make studying this complex industry both enjoyable and easy. Students of various disciplines— including healthcare administration, business, nursing, public health, and others—will discover a practical guide that prepares them for professional opportunities in this rapidly growing sector. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-1519-2 Paperback • 333 pages • © 2011

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COMPARATIVE HEALTH SYSTEMS / GLOBAL HEALTH

NEW

Global Health Systems Comparing Strategies for Delivering Health Services Margie Lovett-Scott, EdD, RN, FNP-BC, SUNY Brockport Faith Prather, PhD, SUNY Brockport

Written as a textbook for international health, comparative studies, global health, international affairs, health administration, and public health, Global Health Systems helps students to think more deeply about how health care is organized. The friendly style of writing engages the learner in understanding how health systems are interdependent and stresses what one system can learn from the other. This book presents a variety of real-life, stimulating examples of what can go wrong at the health system level and practice level with suggestions for preventing future issues. Review questions are included at the end of each chapter to summarize major points and facilitate critical thinking, problemsolving, and informed decision making, particularly when addressing health care, cost, quality, and true access. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-1899-5 Paperback • 500 pages • © 2014 Available Fall 2012

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Comparative Health Systems

Introduction to Global Health

Global Perspectives

Second Edition

James A. Johnson, PhD, MPA, MS, Central Michigan University and Auburn University at Montgomery Carleen H. Stoskopf, ScD, Director, Graduate School of Public Health, San Diego State University

Kathryn H. Jacobsen, MPH, PhD George Mason University

Comparative Health Systems: Global Perspectives explores the health systems of 20 countries through comparative study. Using a consistent framework, the chapters offer an overview of each country’s history, geography, government, and economy, as well as a detailed analysis of the country’s healthcare system facilities, workforce, technology, cost, quality, and access. Current and emerging issues are also explored. The book concludes with a look at the changing U.S. healthcare system and the global challenges and opportunities for health. Ideal for courses in global health, international affairs, health administration, and public health, this innovative text challenges its readers to reflect deeply about how health care is organized and delivered. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-2561-0 Paperback • 452 pages • © 2010

Introduction to Global Health addresses all the key issues of global health at a level that is basic enough for undergraduate students from a variety of majors and backgrounds. Readers will come away with a clear understanding of the biological and social aspects of major global health issues, especially in the areas of infectious disease, nutrition, and environmental health. The Second Edition offers greatly expanded coverage of health across the lifespan, including a new chapter on chronic disease and aging, and a new chapter on addressing health issues during humanitarian crises. This revision also includes new material on disease prevention and control, and a new emphasis on health transitions throughout the book. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-8834-9 Paperback w/Access Code • 400 pages © 2014 • Available Spring 2013

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GLOBAL HEALTH

Global Health 101 SECOND EDITION

BESTSELLER

Richard Skolnik, MPA, The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services Rated by an independent panel as the best introductory Global Health text for undergraduates, Global Health 101, Second Edition (formerly titled Essentials of Global Health) is a clear, concise, and user-friendly introduction to the most critical issues in global health. It illustrates key themes with an extensive set of case studies, examples, and the latest evidence. Particular attention is given to the health-development link, to developing countries, and to the health needs of poor and disadvantaged people.

Updates to the Second Edition: • Numerous case studies and policy and program briefs • The most recent data on the burden of diseases • An expanded section on health disparities and health equity • A greatly expanded section on neglected tropical diseases • Expanded sections on the financing of global health • A new section on drug resistance and emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases • Additional information on innovative mechanisms for program implementation in areas related to key chapter topics • An expanded section on public-private partnerships and product development partnerships for health • About 30 briefs on policies and programs illustrating the main chapter themes • A NEW chapter, “Working in Global Health” • A NEW chapter, “Profiles of Global Health Actors” Essential Public Health Series title. Learn more at www.essentialpublichealth.com

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-9751-5 Paperback • 434 pages • © 2012

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GLOBAL HEALTH

Global Health Diseases, Programs, Systems, and Policies THIRD EDITION Michael H. Merson, MD, Duke University Robert E. Black, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Anne J. Mills, MA, DHSA, PhD, University of London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, England

Recognized as the most prestigious text on Global Health, Global Health, Third Edition (formerly titled International Public Health) brings together contributions from the world’s leading global health authorities into a single, comprehensive text. It thoroughly examines the wide range of global health challenges facing low- and middle-income countries today and the various approaches nations adopt to deal with them. These challenges include measurement of health status, infectious and chronic diseases, injuries, nutrition, reproductive health, global environmental health, and complex emergencies. This thorough revision explores emerging health systems, their financing, and management, and the roles of nation states, international agencies, the private sector, and nongovernmental organizations in promoting health. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8559-8 Hardcover • 940 pages • © 2012

Essentials of International Health Manoj Sharma, MBBS, MCHES, PhD, University of Cincinnati Ashutosh Atri, MD, MS, University of Texas Health Science Center

Essentials of International Health provides an introduction to international health with a focus on epidemiological, political, behavioral, sociological, cultural, and medical dimensions in the field. The text covers problems concerning both developed and developing countries (with an emphasis on developing countries) and introduces population-based public health approaches to solving international health problems. Topics include historical perspectives, health indicators, role of culture and behavior, communicable diseases, noncommunicable diseases, malnutrition, nutritional deficiencies and obesity, environmental health and population issues, health of women, health of children, mental health, world health systems, and future issues in international health. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6529-3 Paperback • 500 pages • © 2010 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/sharma

Case Studies in Global Health Millions Saved Ruth Levine, PhD, Center for Global Development

This series of 20 case studies illustrates real-life proven, large-scale success stories in global public health. Drawing from a rich evidence base, the accessible case write-ups highlight experiences in scaleup of health technologies, strengthening of health systems, and the use of health education and policy change to achieve impressive reductions in disease and disability, even in the poorest countries. An overview chapter draws attention to factors that contributed to the successes. Discussion questions help to bring out the main points and provide a point of departure for independent student research. “I used your ‘Millions Saved’ book for the first time this year in my undergrad global health course as case studies for discussion groups. It’s a great resource and offers entre into a bunch of great discussion topics.” —James M. Tielsch, PhD, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Essential Public Health Series title. Learn more at www.essentialpublichealth.com ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4620-9 Paperback • 172 pages • © 2007

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GLOBAL HEALTH

NEW

21st Century Global Mental Health Eliot Sorel, MD, The George Washington University

21st Century Global Mental Health serves as a reliable and authoritative text on the subject of global mental health and its integration with public health and primary care. This book thoroughly examines the progress to date and the challenges that still remain. In five sections, it explores: epidemiology, the global burden of disease and diagnostic systems; the determinants of health/ mental health; populations’ health/mental health; evaluating & strengthening health/ mental health systems; and human rights, mental health policy, and the media. “21st Century Global Mental Health is a welcome addition to the public health literature … it covers the many facets of mental health that should be of interest to an eclectic readership. The arguments are compelling and the material is presented in logical fashion by eminent scholars. I recommend it highly and hope that it achieves the desired effect of raising the profile of mental health higher in the global health discourse of the 21st century.” —Sir George Alleyne, Chancellor University of the West Indies, Director Emeritus Pan American Health Organization ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-2787-4 Paperback • 400 pages • © 2013 Available Fall 2012

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Global Surgery and Public Health

Global Health Disparities

A New Paradigm

Closing the Gap Through Good Governance

Catherine R. deVries, MD, MS, FACS, FAAP, University of Utah, Salt Lake City Raymond R. Price, MD, FACS, Intermountain Healthcare and University of Utah, Salt Lake City ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8048-7 Paperback • 302 pages • © 2012

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Essentials of Global Community Health Jaime Gofin, MD, MPH Rosa Gofin, MD, MPH University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Public Health ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7329-8 Paperback • 274 pages • © 2011

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Enku Kebede-Francis, PhD, MS, MEd, Tufts University Medical School ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7893-4 Paperback • 488 pages • © 2011

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Women’s Global Health and Human Rights Padmini Murthy, MD, MPH, MS, CHES, New York Medical College Clyde Lanford Smith, MD, MPH, DTM&H, FACP, Albert Einstein College of Medicine ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5631-4 Paperback • 556 pages • © 2010 Available for Custom Publishing Only

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EPIDEMIOLOGY

Epidemiology 101 Robert H. Friis, PhD, California State University, Long Beach Designed to fulfill the four essential learning outcomes of Liberal Education and America’s Promise (LEAP), Epidemiology 101 is perfect for the most basic introductory course in epidemiology. Using a clear, cohesive writing style, Epidemiology 101 covers the fundamentals of infectious disease epidemiology, environmental epidemiology, molecular epidemiology, and psychosocial/ behavioral epidemiology. The book offers current, tangible examples from the field such as recent disease outbreaks, bioterrorism, and uses of epidemiology for policy development. End-of-chapter exercises provide access to a laboratory component for college science courses that require a laboratory. “The author has outstanding experience which he shares in a descriptive and explanatory presentation. The contemporary examples are the best aspect of the book and they should stimulate students to adapt the concepts and design to issues in public health.” —James C. Torner, MS, PhD, University of Iowa College of Public Health (For Doody’s Book Review Service, October 2009) “I have reviewed Epidemiology 101 and plan to use this for my undergraduate class. The series is a wonderful service to undergraduate public health education!” —Leslie Elliott, MPH, PhD, School of Community Health Sciences, University of Nevada, Reno Essential Public Health Series title. Learn more at www.essentialpublichealth.com

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5443-3 Paperback • 220 pages • © 2010

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Take Your Students Beyond the Printed Text. Engage Them in Learning about Epidemiology with Navigate. Developed under the guidance of author Robert H. Friis, Navigate Epidemiology 101 supports student learning through a unique combination of online content review, interactive exercises, student-instructor collaboration, and assessments. Built on the robust Jones & Bartlett Learning Navigate platform, this online course includes many time-saving teaching tools such as a grade book, assignment management, automatic grading, and advanced reporting. Browse a complete list of Navigate features on page 8.

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EPIDEMIOLOGY

NEW

NEW

Epidemiology for Public Health Practice

Introduction to Epidemiology

FIFTH EDITION

SIXTH EDITION

Robert H. Friis, PhD, California State University, Long Beach, Long Beach, California Thomas Sellers, PhD, MPH, University of South Florida

Ray M. Merrill, PhD, MPH, Brigham Young University, Utah

Now in its Fifth Edition, this best-selling text offers comprehensive coverage of all the major topics in introductory epidemiology. With extensive treatment of the heart of epidemiology—from study designs to descriptive epidemiology to quantitative measures—this readerfriendly text is accessible and interesting to a wide range of beginning students in all health-related disciplines. A unique focus is given to real-world applications of epidemiology and the development of skills that students can apply in subsequent course work and in the field. The Fifth Edition is a thorough revision with updated data throughout including: the top 10 leading causes of death, motor vehicle traffic death rates, mortality ratios, infant mortality rates, cancer deaths rates, tuberculosis incidence, life expectancy, incidence of AIDS, breast cancer death rates, tobacco consumption, dementia, suicide rates, unintentional injuries and much more. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-6549-4 Paperback w/Access Code • 700 pages © 2014 • Available Spring 2013

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Introduction to Epidemiology, Sixth Edition is an ideal introductory text for the epidemiology student with minimal training in the biomedical sciences and statistics. With updated tables, figures, and examples throughout, the Sixth Edition is a thorough revision that offers new, real-world examples to help better illustrate elusive concepts. Learning objectives and study questions with descriptive answers in each chapter engage the student in further analysis and reflection. The Sixth Edition offers new real-world, practical examples; a new focus on setting up contingency tables and calculating and interpreting appropriate measures of association; greater detail and examples on conducting hypothesis testing, calculating age-adjusting rates, and more. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-6548-7 Paperback with Access Code 425 pages • © 2013 Available Summer 2012

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Essentials of Epidemiology in Public Health SECOND EDITION Ann Aschengrau, ScD, Boston University School of Public Health George R. Seage III, ScD, Harvard University School of Public Health

As our most rigorous introductory Epidemiology text, Essentials of Epidemiology in Public Health, Second Edition combines theory and practice in presenting traditional and new epidemiologic concepts. Broad in scope, the text opens with five chapters covering basic epidemiologic concepts and data sources. A major emphasis is placed on study design, with separate chapters devoted to each of the three main analytic designs: experimental, cohort, and case-control studies. Full chapters on bias, confounding, and random error—including the role of statistics in epidemiology—ensure that students are well equipped with the necessary information to interpret the results of epidemiologic studies. An entire chapter is also devoted to the concept of effect measure modification, an often-neglected topic in introductory textbooks. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4025-2 Paperback • 516 pages • © 2008

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EPIDEMIOLOGY / BIOSTATISTICS

NEW

Epidemiology

NEW

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Principles of Epidemiology Workbook

Moyses Szklo, MD, DrPH, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health F. Javier Nieto, MD, PhD, University of Wisconsin Medical School, Wisconsin

Combining the Basics

Exercises and Activities

Ray M. Merrill, PhD, MPH, Brigham Young University, Utah

Ray M. Merrill, PhD, MPH, Brigham Young University, Utah

Written for those who are familiar with the basic strategies of analytic epidemiology, Epidemiology: Beyond the Basics takes readers through a more rigorous discussion of key epidemiologic concepts and methods such as study design, measures of association, research assessment, and more. With real-life examples throughout, this book avoids complex statistical formulations.

Now you can cover the basics of epidemiology and biostatistics in a single text. This unique text will clarify the distinction and complementary roles of epidemiology and biostatistics in a range of settings in addition to training students on the complementary roles epidemiology and biostatistics play in carrying out selected activities in the health professions. After completing this book, the student should be able to describe epidemiological methods and study designs; select appropriate methodologies for epidemiological investigation; use the epidemiological process to address healthcare problems; evaluate environmental epidemiology and population surveillance; describe epidemiological measures of health; distinguish the roles and relationships between epidemiology and statistics; combine appropriate epidemiological concepts and statistical measures; and calculate probabilities and conditional probabilities of health-related events.

Perfect as a companion resource to any introductory epidemiology text, this interactive workbook will engage your students in learning epidemiology. Divided into five chapters, the book covers assessment, disease etiology and investigation, clinical topics, evaluation, and communication. Definitions of statistical concepts and terms used in medical and epidemiologic literature are provided throughout.

Beyond the Basics THIRD EDITION

The Third Edition offers a new chapter that reviews the basic measures of evaluation of diagnostic/screening tests (sensitivity, specificity, PPV, NPV), as well as others not usually discussed in basic epidemiology books (likelihood ratio and ROC curves, AUC). This chapter also discusses newer methods that have been recently proposed to evaluate the predictive power of emerging risk factors (e.g., NRI, IDI). ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-0469-1 Paperback • 680 pages • © 2014 Available Fall 2012

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ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-6753-5 Paperback with Access Code 424 pages • © 2013

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Readers will glean a solid foundation of basic causal theory for identifying determinants of adverse healthrelated states or events and will gain a better understanding of the biological principles underlying the natural course of disease. Each chapter features 10–20 mastery check questions with detailed answers, five optional problems, a case study, as well as a multiple choice and short answer quiz. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8674-8 Paperback • 274 pages • © 2011

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EPIDEMIOLOGY / BIOSTATISTICS

A Study Guide to Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Essentials of Biostatistics in Public Health

Basic Biostatistics

SEVENTH EDITION

SECOND EDITION

J. Richard Hebel, PhD, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore Robert J. McCarter, ScD, The George Washington University School of Medicine and Children’s National Medical Center

Lisa M. Sullivan, PhD, Boston University School of Public Health

B. Burt Gerstman, MPH, PhD, San Jose State University

Help your students understand some of the most elusive fundamentals of epidemiology and biostatistics with this fully updated revision of the bestselling study guide to Epidemiology and Biostatistics. The Seventh Edition offers expanded chapters as well as coverage of a number of new topics that have become prevalent in the medical literature such as: receiver-operator curve analysis to improve sensitivity/specificity; the power of a statistical test; one-tailed P values; comparison-wise significance levels versus study-wise significance levels; confidence interval and its relationship to statistical significance; meta-analysis with current methods for assessing heterogeneity and the potential for publication bias; and the use of propensity scoring to reduce bias in nonexperimental studies. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-0475-2 Paperback • 224 pages • © 2012 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/hebel7

Essentials of Biostatistics in Public Health, Second Edition provides a fundamental and engaging background for students learning to utilize and appropriately interpret biostatistics applications in the field of public health. With many examples drawn directly from the author’s remarkable clinical experiences with the renowned Framingham Heart Study, this text is practical and accessible even for those with little mathematical background. The examples are real, relevant, and manageable in size so that students can easily focus on applications rather than become overwhelmed by computations. The Second Edition offers two new chapters covering survival analysis and nonparametric statistics, as well as more practice problems for every chapter. Essential Public Health Series title. Learn more at www.essentialpublichealth.com ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-2394-4 Paperback with Access Code 314 pages • © 2012

Statistics for Public Health Practice

Basic Biostatistics is a concise, introductory text that focuses on the common types of data encountered in public health and biomedical fields. The text puts equal emphasis on exploratory and confirmatory statistical methods. Sampling, exploratory data analysis, estimation, hypothesis testing, and power and precision are covered through detailed, illustrative examples. This book is organized into three parts: Part I addresses basic concepts and techniques, Part II covers analytic techniques for quantitative response variables, and Part III covers techniques for categorical responses. With language, examples, and exercises that are accessible to students with modest mathematical backgrounds, this is the perfect introductory biostatistics text for undergraduates and graduates in various fields of public health. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8134-7 Paperback • 557 pages • © 2008

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ADVANCED & SPECIALIZED EPIDEMIOLOGY

NEW

NEW

Infectious Disease Epidemiology

Epidemiology of Chronic Disease

Behavioral Epidemiology

Theory and Practice

Global Perspectives

Principles and Applications

THIRD EDITION

Randall E. Harris, MD, PhD, College of Public Health, The Ohio State University Medical Center

Cara L. Frankenfeld, PhD Michael Mink, DrPH, MPH, CHES Nancy Freeborne, DrPH, MPH, PA-C All of George Mason University

Kenrad E. Nelson, MD, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Carolyn Masters Williams, PhD, MPH, National Institutes of Health

This comprehensive volume is recognized as the most authoritative review of the epidemiology of infectious disease. Divided into five sections, it covers methods in infectious disease epidemiology, airborne transmission, diarrheal diseases, blood and body fluid as a reservoir of infectious diseases, vector-borne and parasitic disease. Separate chapters cover methodological issues, pathogenesis, and comprehensive reviews of virtually all known infectious diseases. The Third Edition offers three new chapters that cover infectious disease eradication, pneumococcal disease, and various models of behavioral change that are useful in infectious disease research. All other chapters have been updated with significant new information.

This is the most current and authoritative resource on the epidemiology, etiology, pathogenesis, risk factors, and preventive factors of 40 common chronic diseases. An introductory chapter examines the new public health environment in which chronic diseases have replaced acute infectious conditions. Subsequent sections cover cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, major forms of cancer, diseases of the respiratory tract, metabolic and digestive diseases, musculoskeletal diseases, neurodegenerative diseases, and finally, three infectious diseases that often manifest as chronic conditions. Special sections in each chapter focus on controversial topics that can serve as a catalyst for classroom discussion of the relevant epidemiologic issues pertaining to the prevention and control of chronic diseases. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-5328-6 Paperback with Access Code 724 pages • © 2013

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8379-5 Hardcover with Access Code 900 pages • © 2014 Available Spring 2013

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Behavioral Epidemiology: Principles and Applications is the first of its kind to bring together the disciplines of the social/behavioral sciences with epidemiology. The text reviews healthrelated behavior and puts behavior into the context of how we study health in relation to behaviors, the complexities of such study, ways to minimize these complexities, and how to use this knowledge to prevent and control disease in human populations. By combining these disciplines, the book provides a foundation for students and researchers to study behavior and to draw upon mutually successful methods, and what to do when these disciplines overlap or interact. This text is ideal for master’s level or early doctoral graduate students in the behavioral sciences, epidemiology, or public health, as well as researchers from other fields interested in an introduction to population-based research of behavior and health. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-4827-5 Paperback • 500 pages • © 2014 Available Summer 2013 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/Frankenfeld

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ADVANCED & SPECIALIZED EPIDEMIOLOGY

An Interview With

DARWIN LABARTHE Darwin R. Labarthe, MD, MPH, PhD, FAHA spoke with Jones & Bartlett Learning about his work as the founding director of the Center for Disease Control’s Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention. Over the last decade, which of your professional efforts have had the most impact on improving cardiovascular health? JBLearning:

Looking back at my work over the past decade, it has largely been aimed at three things: Dr. Labarthe:

Epidemiology and Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases A Global Challenge SECOND EDITION Darwin R. Labarthe, MD, PhD, MPH

This authoritative text on the world’s leading causes of death describes in detail the nature of atherosclerotic and hypertensive diseases—including their determinants, prevention, and control, as well as policies for intervention in community and clinical settings. The Second Edition is fully updated, more extensively referenced and expanded to include new information about the public health dimensions of CVD prevention, exploring the basis of public health decisions, and the process by which decision-making bodies develop guidelines and recommendations. “As with the excellent first edition, this outstanding update will be of immense value for teaching cardiovascular epidemiology and prevention...” —Jennifer G. Robinson, MD, MPH, University of Iowa College of Public Health ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4689-6 Paperback • 710 pages • © 2011

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• Strengthening the infrastructure for cardiovascular disease (CVD) prevention and CV health promotion, • Laying the groundwork for this work for the new decade, and • Updating this book to expand and deepen its public health perspective while incorporating a decade of advances in epidemiology and prevention.

Fundamentals of Cancer Epidemiology SECOND EDITION Phillip C. Nasca, PhD, School of Public Health, SUNY, Albany Harris Pastides, PhD, MPH, Arnold School of Public Health, University of South Carolina, Columbia ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-3618-7 Hardcover • 541 pages • © 2008

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Infrastructure development is represented in part by expansion of public health programs and resources—limited though they remain—especially for states to take effective action for CVD prevention and CV health promotion. We have also created a long-term strategic plan for the United States (A Public Health Action Plan to Prevent Heart Disease and Stroke), with relevance to regional and global health as well, and an organization committed to implementing the plan—the National Forum for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention (www.nationalforum.org). What is the biggest future challenge for cardiovascular disease prevention? JBLearning:

Dr. Labarthe: For the decade ahead, we have

worked to strengthen national objectives for heart disease and stroke prevention through the Healthy People 2020 process. Read the full interview at go.jblearning.com/PublicHealthBlog

Methods in Field Epidemiology Pia D. M. MacDonald, PhD, MPH, Gillings School of Global Public Health, UNC Chapel Hill ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8459-1 Paperback • 352 pages • © 2012

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PUBLIC HEALTH BIOLOGY / ADVANCED & SPECIALIZED EPIDEMIOLOGY

NEW

Essentials of Public Health Biology A Guide for the Study of Pathophysiology Constance U. Battle, MD, The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services

This comprehensive text explores pathophysiology within the context of the disciplines and profession of public health. Readers will gain a clear understanding of the pathogenesis of various disease conditions and how to identify critical points at which such pathogenesis could either be prevented or interrupted. Infectious, nutritional, metabolic, genetic, and environmental risks and the impact of such risks on various organ systems are thoroughly examined. Ideal for the student with a science background, this text applies the scientific clinical foundation to the practice of public health through case studies, exercises, and points for discussion. Essential Public Health Series title. Learn more at www.essentialpublichealth.com ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4464-9 Paperback • 613 pages • © 2009

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Principles, Methods, and Applications for Clinical Research SECOND EDITION

A Global Perspective Mark S. Dworkin, MD, MPH&TM, FACP, University of Illinois at Chicago, School of Public Health ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7891-0 Paperback • 484 pages • © 2011

Diederick E. Grobbee, MD, PhD Arno W. Hoes, MD, PhD Both of the University Medical Center Utrecht, Netherlands

Now updated with new data and examples throughout, Clinical Epidemiology: Principles, Methods, and Applications for Clinical Research, Second Edition is a comprehensive resource that introduces the reader to the basics of clinical epidemiology and explores the principles and methods that can be used to obtain quantitative evidence on the effects of interventions and on the diagnosis, etiology, and prognosis of disease. The everyday challenges of clinical research and the quantitative knowledge required to practice medicine are also examined, making this book a valuable reference for both graduate and undergraduate students in medicine and related disciplines, as well as for professionals involved in the design and conduct of clinical research. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-7432-8 Paperback • 450 pages • © 2014 Available Summer 2013

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Clinical Epidemiology

Cases in Field Epidemiology

Oral Health Epidemiology Principles and Practice Amit Chattopadhyay, PhD, MPH, College of Public Health, University of Kentucky, Lexington ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5409-9 Hardcover • 454 pages • © 2011

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ADVANCED & SPECIALIZED EPIDEMIOLOGY

Reproductive Epidemiology

Forensic Epidemiology

Principles and Methods

Integrating Public Health and Law Enforcement

Ray M. Merrill, PhD, MPH, MS, Brigham Young University ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5869-1 Paperback • 366 pages • © 2010

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Sana Loue, JD, PhD, MPH, MSSA, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-3849-5 Hardcover • 195 pages • © 2010

Sexually Transmitted Infections

Environmental Epidemiology

Diagnosis, Management, and Treatment

Principles and Methods

Jonathan M. Zenilman, MD, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Mohsen Shahmanesh, MD, FRCP, Whittal Street Clinic, Birmingham, United Kingdom ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8675-5 Hardcover • 466 pages • © 2012

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Ray M. Merrill, PhD, MPH, Brigham Young University, Utah ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4152-5 Paperback • 483 pages • © 2008

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NEW

Epidemiology of Women’s Health Ruby T. Senie, PhD, Columbia University

Epidemiology of Women’s Health examines women’s health from a life course perspective—from in utero exposures and health behaviors developed during puberty and adolescence, to subsequent reproductive choices and decisions during menopause—and details progress in women’s health in the United States during the 20th century, as well as more recent health issues related to longer life expectancy and aging. Individual sections address health promotion, sexuality, and prevention of infectious diseases including HIV/AIDS, endocrine and autoimmune conditions, mental illness, malignancies, and other chronic conditions. Epidemiology of Women’s Health emphasizes healthy life styles through routine exercise, adequate nutrition, and complementary and alternative modalities. The book concludes with an overview of the current status and future role of genetic susceptibility in reducing morbidity through targeted screening and person-specific interventions. Core concepts of epidemiology are provided to guide students who are less familiar with research methods. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6985-7 Paperback • 450 pages • © 2014 Available Spring 2013 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/senie

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ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

Essentials of Environmental Health Second Edition

Robert H. Friis, PhD, California State University, Long Beach “Robert Friis possesses an impressive ability to clearly present the complex interactions and relationships pertinent to environmental health.” —J. Thomas Pierce, MBBS, PhD, Navy Environmental Health Center Doody’s Review Service {Perfect Score of 100)

This best-selling contribution from the APHA/Jones & Bartlett Learning Essential Public Health series is a clear and comprehensive study of the major topics of environmental health, including: • Background of the field and “tools of the trade” (environmental epidemiology, environmental toxicology, and environmental policy and regulation). • Environmental diseases (microbial agents, ionizing and non-ionizing radiation). • Applications and domains of environmental health (water and air quality, food safety, waste disposal, and occupational health).

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7890-3 Paperback • 446 pages • © 2012

The Second Edition covers new material including:

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• New chapter (Chapter 14) on injuries • All Web-based sources updated throughout to include the most recent information • Expanded discussion of the history of environmental health, e.g., contributions of John Snow, Lemuel Shattuck, and Walter Reed • New case study on pandemic influenza (H1N1) 2009 • Coverage of recent environmental controversies, such as use of bisphenol A (BPA) in plastics

Understanding Environmental Health How We Live in the World SECOND EDITION

Nancy Irwin Maxwell, Boston University School of Public Health While covering all the traditional Environmental Health topics, this text is uniquely structured around the things we do as individuals and societies that result in environmental health hazards. The author details the hazards of energy production, industry, food production, and the modern lifestyle, while exploring our place within the local and global community. It tells a connected narrative, making the text engaging and accessible to a broad range of students with a variety of scientific backgrounds.

NEW

ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-6537-1 Paperback with Access Code • 600 pages © 2014 • Available Spring 2013

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The Second Edition offers new data and case studies, as well as a new “What Can I Do?” sidebar series throughout the chapters. “This book fills an important niche for introductory environmental health science courses with a focus on the key public health aspects of the topic. While it is intended for graduate-level public health students, the narrative approach to providing content in a relatively clear and nontechnical manner makes this text also appropriate, in my judgment, for undergraduate-level courses with a focus on the public health aspects of environmental science or for the environmental health component of an introductory public health course.” —Ronald H. White, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (American Journal of Epidemiology Book Review, February 2009)

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SPECIAL TOPICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

Principles and Practice of Toxicology in Public Health

Introduction to Air Pollution Science A Public Health Perspective

SECOND EDITION

Robert F. Phalen, PhD, University of California, Irvine Robert N. Phalen, PhD, CIH, College of Natural Sciences, California State University, San Bernardino

Ira S. Richards, PhD, Marie M. Bourgeois, PhD, MPH, Both of the University of South Florida College of W NE Public Health

This is the ideal text for a first course in toxicology for the public health student. In four sections, it offers an introduction to the field, as well as the basics of toxicology principles, systemic toxicity, and toxicology practice. The text is immediately readable for the student with little technical background.

This unique textbook examines the basic health and environmental issues associated with air pollution, including the relevant toxicology and epidemiology. It provides a foundation for the sampling and analysis of air pollutants as well as an understanding of international air quality regulations.

The Second Edition has been greatly expanded with coverage of many new topics in existing chapters, as well as nine new chapters that examine: reproductive toxicity, endocrine toxicity, blood toxicity, environmental toxicology, industrial toxicology, occupational toxicology, regulatory toxicology, clinical toxicology, and forensic toxicology.

“This book is a must-read for students who wish to become professionals in the air quality field and for students of environmental science whose work includes air pollution issues. The book is a significant contribution to the discipline.”

ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-6538-8 • Paperback with Access Code 475 pages • © 2014 • Available Summer 2013

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—Cliff I. Davidson, Director, Center for Sustainable Engineering; Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems and Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Syracuse University ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8044-9 • Paperback • 333 pages • © 2013

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Principles of Public Health Microbiology

Urban Health Readings in the Social, Built, and Physical Environments of U.S. Cities

Robert S. Burlage, PhD, School of Public Health, University of Wisconsin— Milwaukee

This practical, applied textbook examines how infectious disease is transmitted through a population, how it is monitored, and how preventive measures are designed. Major topics include the purification of water, the treatment of wastewater, food microbiology, sexually transmitted diseases, and the methods used to survey populations. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7982-5 • Paperback • 420 pages • © 2012

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H. Patricia Hynes, MS, MA, Boston University School of Public Health Russell Lopez, ScD, Boston University School of Public Health

Urban Health is a collection 13 critical writings on the social, built, and physical environment that offer a paradigm of environment protection that is rooted in civil rights for social and racial equality that considers the environment as the place where people live, work, play, and pray. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5245-3 • Paperback • 302 pages • © 2009

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HEALTH BEHAVIOR

Essentials of Health Behavior Health Behavior Theory for Public Health Principles, Foundations, and Applications Ralph J. DiClemente, PhD, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University Laura F. Salazar, PhD, Institute of Public Health, Georgia State University, Atlanta Richard A. Crosby, PhD, DDI, College of Public Health, University of Kentucky, Lexington

This one-of-a-kind text examines health behavior theory, through the context of the “New Public Health.” The reader will first gain a broad understanding of health, public health, health behavior, and health promotion planning. This is followed by a straightforward and expansive look at the most commonly applied theories and approaches to public health research and programs. Students will come away with a clear understanding of how theory “fits” into the larger scope of public health research and practice. Finally, readers will learn about the essential tasks of measurement, evaluation, and translation through an examination a diverse set of application “tools.” ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-9753-9 Paperback • 366 pages • © 2013

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Behavior Theory in Health Promotion Practice and Research Bruce Simons-Morton, EdD, MPH, National Institutes of Health Kenneth R. McLeroy, PhD, School of Rural Public Health, Texas A&M Health Science Center Monica L. Wendel, DrPH, MA, CPH, School of Rural Public Health, Texas A&M Health Science Center

Designed for graduates or upper-level undergraduates, this book maintains a consistent, single voice and offers many examples throughout. The book is divided into four sections: Theory in the Context of Public Health; IndividualLevel Cognitive Theories; Social Influence and Social Norm Theories; and Theory in Practice.

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Mark Edberg, PhD, The George Washington University, School of Public Health and Health Services ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-3796-2 Paperback • 200 pages • © 2007

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Grounded in public health practice, this text offers a comprehensive study of the health behavior theories that are the foundation of all health education and promotion programs. Your students will come away with a clear understanding of essential relationships between human behavior and health, as well as the practical application of theory and approaches to health promotion research and practice.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8679-3 Paperback • 427 pages • © 2012

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Social and Behavioral Theory in Public Health

Introduction to Health Behavior Theory Joanna Aboyoun Hayden, PhD, CHES, William Paterson University ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4383-3 Paperback • 148 pages • © 2009

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CULTURE & DIVERSITY

Essentials of Health, Culture, and Diversity Understanding People, Reducing Disparities

Mark Edberg, PhD, The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services Essentials of Health, Culture, and Diversity: Understanding People, Reducing Disparities provides students across a variety of health disciplines with tools and perspectives for understanding the relationship between culture and health. Effective health promotion programs cannot be realized without attention to the cultural context. As part of the Essential Public Health series, this critical text introduces the concept of culture as a framework for understanding human behavior and health. Essentials of Health, Culture, and Diversity explores the cultural role of institutions and healers, the construction of health risks, and the moral dimension of cultural beliefs. Additionally, this volume covers ethnomedicine—including cultural health systems of knowledge and practice—as well as psychology and mental and emotional health. Essentials of Health, Culture, and Diversity supplies real-world examples of domestic and global health issues and provides applicable tools for incorporating cultural knowledge in health promotion interventions with the aim of reducing the world’s health disparities.

Contents: Section 1: Culture and the Human Condition—An Introduction Chapter 1: There is Health, and There is Health: Laura Smith Encounters a Situation Chapter 2: The Starting Point: Defining Culture, Defining Health Section 2: Tools and Perspectives for Understanding the Relationship between Culture and Health Chapter 3: Ethnomedicine I: Cultural Health Systems of Related Knowledge and Practice Chapter 4: Ethnomedicine II: Cultural Systems of Psychology and Mental/Emotional Health Chapter 5: The Moral Dimension: The Relationship of Etiology to Morality in Cultural Beliefs and Practices Related to Health Chapter 6: Culture, Healers, and the Institutions of Health Chapter 7: Sociocultural Ecologies of Disease and Illness Chapter 8: Culture, Subculture, and Constructions of Health Risk Section 3: Applying Concepts of Cultural Diversity to Health Promotion Chapter 9: The Dimensions of Culture and a Sampling of Current Public Health Challenges Chapter 10: A Primer Research Strategies to Obtain Cultural Information Chapter 11: Incorporating Cultural Knowledge in Health Interventions with Selected Examples Chapter 12: Wrapping Up: Cultural Competence in Public Health

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8045-6 Paperback • 186 pages • © 2013

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Essential Public Health Series title. Learn more at www.essentialpublichealth.com

Essentials of Health, Culture, and Diversity features: • An exploration of the intersection between health and culture • An overview of research methods for obtaining cultural information • Suggested exercises and activities for better student comprehension “Dr. Edberg brings behavioral theories to life by providing relevant examples and extended case studies. To illustrate his approach, Dr. Edberg focuses on HIV/AIDS, youth violence, and obesity to provide in-depth understanding of these key public health issues.” —Richard K. Riegelman, MD, MPH, PhD, Essential Public Health Series Editor

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HEALTH EDUCATION & PROMOTION

Global Perspectives in Workplace Health Promotion Wolf Kirsten, MSc, President, International Health Consulting, Berlin, Germany Robert C. Karch, EdD, American University

Healthcare systems worldwide are facing intense cost pressures due to the increase in chronic disease, unhealthy lifestyles, and work-related stress. Coupled with growing demands for increased productivity in the competitive global marketplace, national and multi-national employers are seeking more proactive and systematic approaches to promoting employee health. This book highlights how 21 key countries are addressing these challenges by focusing on the following areas regarding workplace health promotion: the prevailing health issues and risk behaviors; existing healthcare systems; historical and cultural influences on both physical and mental health; key drivers for establishing global workplace health promotion programs; examples of best practices; key outcomes and success indicators; and existing research findings. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-9357-9 Paperback • 494 pages • © 2012

Theory in Health Promotion Research and Practice Thinking Outside the Box Patricia Goodson, PhD, Texas A&M University

Understanding health behavior is a critical foundation for successful health promotion and health education programs. However, many texts on health behavior theory tend to be encyclopedic in nature, making learning dry and tedious for students. This is a different kind of health promotion theory book. It offers a more critical perspective of existing health promotion theories and challenges the student to create new theoretical frameworks for understanding human health and wellbeing. It guides the reader to reflect on the process of thinking theoretically and provides practical strategies for applying theory to research and practice. Written in an informal, first-person style, this an engaging text students will enjoy reading. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5793-9 Paperback • 245 pages • © 2010

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Needs and Capacity Assessment Strategies for Health Education and Health Promotion FOURTH EDITION Gary D. Gilmore, MPH, PhD, MCHES, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-4644-8 Paperback with Access Code 354 pages • © 2012

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Theoretical Foundations of Health Education and Health Promotion SECOND EDITION Manoj Sharma, MBBS, MCHES, PhD, University of Cincinnati John A. Romas, MPH, PhD, Minnesota State University, Mankato ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-9611-2 Paperback • 306 pages • © 2012

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HEALTH PROGRAM PLANNING / INJURY PREVENTION

NEW

An Introduction to Community Health SEVENTH EDITION James F. McKenzie, PhD, MPH, MCHES, Penn State Hershey and Ball State University Robert R. Pinger, PhD, Ball State University Jerome E. Kotecki, HSD, Ball State University ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-9011-0 Paperback • 596 pages • © 2012

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Health Program Planning and Evaluation

The New World of Health Promotion

A Practical, Systematic Approach for Community Health

New Program Development, Implementation, and Evaluation

THIRD EDITION

Bernard J. Healey, PhD, King’s College Robert S. Zimmerman, Jr., MPH, King’s College

L. Michele Issel, PhD, RN, Clinical Associate Professor, School of Public Health, University of Illinois, Chicago

In this revision of Health Program Planning and Evaluation, the author carefully walks the reader through the process for developing, implementing, and evaluating successful community health promotion programs. With readerfriendly language and practical tools and concepts, this outstanding resource prepares students to become savvy consumers of evaluation reports and prudent users of evaluation consultants.

Injury Prevention and Public Health Practical Knowledge, Skills, and Strategies SECOND EDITION Tom Christoffel, JD Susan Scavo Gallagher, MPH ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-3392-6 Hardcover • 495 pages • © 2006

The Third Edition reflects the major changes in the field of community health with updated examples and references throughout. It also offers: New examples and issues related to global health planning and evaluation; New material about information systems and webbased technology as it applies throughout the planning and evaluation cycle; New, basic review of the ACA; Enhanced information related to financing programs and monitoring the program costs; Updated instructor’s manual

The New World of Health Promotion uses the concepts of epidemiology and collaboration to define the real causes of chronic diseases. The book provides practitioners and students with a methodology to develop cost-effective programs to better inform the population of how to prevent these diseases and their expensive complications. Healthcare workers and health educators will find that this essential text provides them with the necessary skills to develop, implement, and evaluate health promotion programs. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5377-1 Paperback • 421 pages • © 2010

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ISBN-13: 978-1-284-02104-2 Paperback with Access Code • 600 pages © 2014 • Available Early 2013 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/Issel3e

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PUBLIC HEALTH MARKETING & COMMUNICATION

Marketing Public Health Strategies to Promote Social Change THIRD EDITION

Elissa A. Resnick, MPH, University of Illinois, Chicago Michael Siegel, MD, MPH, Boston University School of Public Health Marketing Public Health: Strategies to Promote Social Change, Third Edition is designed to help students and practitioners of public health understand basic marketing principles and strategically apply these principles in planning, implementing, and evaluating public health initiatives. The book presents a solid marketing approach, including well-developed sections on communications as well as guidance on how to manage pricing, distribution, and development of product or service offerings. Marketing Public Health uniquely examines marketing approaches for both “upstream” changes in policy and legal, economic, and social environments as well as the traditional “downstream” use of social marketing to help individuals change their own health behaviors. Current themes in marketing, such as branding; building relationships with audiences; ensuring audience self-interest; and process and outcome evaluation are all presented in detail from the standpoint of the public health practitioner.

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Key Features: • Only book on marketing tailored specifically for the public health environment. • Informed both by changes in the marketing environment and also by the latest thinking. • New examples and case studies throughout • New coverage of the use of social media technology such as Facebook, Twitter, and blogging. • Includes worksheets, a suggested reading list and references.

ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-8385-6 Paperback with Access Code • 600 pages • © 2013

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• Interactive Flashcards guide them through key definitions. • Crossword Puzzles provide a fun and interactive overview of terms from each chapter. • Interactive Glossary allows them to instantly view definitions of key terms from the book—search by keyword, browse alphabetically, or browse by chapter. • Matching Questions reinforce concepts through engaging, hands-on exercises. • Web Links showcase external sites that provide additional material.

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PUBLIC HEALTH MARKETING & COMMUNICATION

Health Industry Communication

Essentials of Public Health Communication

New Media, New Methods, New Message Nancy J. Hicks, Ketchum, Inc. Christina M. Nicols, MPH, MS, MS, Ketchum, Inc.

This one-of-a-kind textbook fills a critical gap in the literature for communications students as well as students of health administration and public health. Featuring best practices and case studies from notable practitioners, the chapters offer a 360-degree view of the world of health communications from a business and promotions outlook as well as a look at special topics that impact health communicators. Four sections cover over 25 topics in institutional communication and marketing, consumer communication and social marketing, communication to achieve policy change, and media and measurement. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7892-7 Paperback • 318 pages • © 2012

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Claudia Parvanta, PhD, University of the Sciences, Philadelphia David E. Nelson, MD, MPH, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health Sarah A. Parvanta, MPH, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Richard N. Harner, MD, University of the Sciences, Philadelphia

Effective communication in health campaigns can inform, empower, or persuade individuals to adopt healthier lifestyles as well as foster public debate and policy change. With chapter contributions from leading experts in public health informatics and epidemiology, health communication and evaluation, Essentials of Public Health Communication introduces concepts that will prepare students to contribute to research, patient counseling, materials design, program management, and media relations. Rather than simply presenting theories and cases, this text emphasizes the framework and methods, breaking down complex tasks into steps for mastery. Concepts are presented in clear, jargon-free language, with terms defined throughout. Accompanying videos are available. Essential Public Health Series title. Learn more at www.essentialpublichealth.com ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7115-7 Paperback • 416 pages • © 2011

Social Marketing for Public Health Global Trends and Success Stories Hong Cheng, PhD, E. W. Scripps School of Journalism, Ohio University Philip Kotler, PhD, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University Nancy R. Lee, MBA, University of Washington and Social Marketing Services, Inc.

This unique text explores how traditional marketing principles and techniques are being used to increase the effectiveness of public health programs around the world. While addressing the global issues and trends in social marketing, the book highlights successful health behavior change campaigns launched by governments, by a combination of governments, NGOs, and businesses, or by citizens themselves in 15 countries of five continents. Each chapter examines a unique, current success story, ranging from anti-smoking campaigns to HIV/AIDS prevention; from promotions for a healthy lifestyle to battles against obesity; and from public educational campaigns on hepatitis B to contraceptive social marketing. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5797-7 Paperback • 422 pages • © 2011

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RESEARCH METHODS

Introduction to Epidemiologic Research Methods in Public Health Practice Susan L. Bailey, PhD, Benedictine University Deepa Handu, PhD, RD, LDN, Benedictine University Tailored for multiple purposes, including learning about and being equipped to evaluate research studies, conducting thesis/dissertation/capstone projects, and publishing scientific results, Introduction to Epidemiologic Research Methods in Public Health Practice covers the full breadth of epidemiologic study designs and topics (case, case-control, and cohort studies).

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Unlike other research methods texts, this book includes many practical exercises and case studies which help to easily guide the student through each step of the research process. Hands-on exercises are also included to give the student a thorough understanding of the tool sets available to public health practitioners.

Key Features: ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-2784-3 Paperback • 336 pages • © 2013

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• Includes practical exercises and case studies that guide the student through each step of the research process. • Offers hands-on quantitative exercises, using appropriate software. • A comprehensive set of appendices provides students with additional resources for further research and study.

Introduction to Health Research Methods A Practical Guide

Kathryn H. Jacobsen, MPH, PhD, George Mason University Introduction to Health Research Methods demystifies the research process and empowers students to conduct their own original research projects. Using clear language and practical examples, the text offers five sections that describe the entire research process beginning with the identification of a research question and the selection of a study approach, proceeding through the collection and analysis of data and the preparation of a formal scientific report, and ending with academic and professional presentations and publishing. By breaking the research process down into manageable steps, Introduction to Health Research Methods communicates the excitement and importance of health research—and encourages readers to make their own contribution to improving the health of individuals and communities through research.

Key Features:

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8334-1 Paperback • 288 pages • © 2012

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• A step-by-step guide to conducting research in medicine, public health, and other health sciences • Includes detailed information about how to conduct primary, secondary, and tertiary studies • Weaves elements of research ethics throughout the book

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MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH

Maternal and Child Health

Programs, Problems, and Policy in Public Health THIRD EDITION

Jonathan B. Kotch, MD, MPH, FAAP, Gillings School of Global Public Health, UNC Chapel Hill Maternal and Child Health: Programs, Problems, and Policy in Public Health, Third Edition takes a developmental approach to learning about Maternal and Child Health (MCH). Organized according to the fundamental principles of MCH, the book covers traditional MCH topics such as family planning and maternal and infant health, as well as skills that are applicable across public heath disciplines such as planning, research, monitoring, and advocacy.

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Successfully tested in prestigious academic programs of Public Health, Maternal and Child Health, Third Edition appeals to students across the health professions and those interested in women’s health, reproductive health, maternal and infant health, and the health of children and adolescents, including those with special needs.

The Third Edition is a thorough update that includes: ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-1159-0 Paperback • 532 pages • © 2013

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• New chapters on Environmental Health, Life Course, Oral Health, and Monitoring and Evaluation • Streamlined chapters on Assessment and Planning, MCH Research, Rights and Justice, and Advocacy and Policy Development • New and additional material on global health and health disparities in MCH • New material in life course theory • New ancillary course materials for instructors

Global Case Studies in Maternal and Child Health Ruth C. White, PhD, MSW, MPH, Seattle University Written for students in public health, medical, and allied health professions, Global Case Studies in Maternal and Child Health brings to life theoretical and conceptual ideas discussed in primary texts, through the analysis of real stories of maternal and child health programs around the world. Using structured case studies of community-based programs in maternal and child health from around the world, students will be presented with real-life ethical, practical, and theoretical challenges that will develop critical and analytical thinking skills and also provide them with practice models that they can use in their future or present work.

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ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8153-8 Paperback • 275 pages • © 2014 Available Late 2012

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HEALTH POLICY

Essentials of Health Policy and Law SECOND EDITION

Joel B. Teitelbaum, JD, LLM Sara E. Wilensky, JD, PhD Both of the Department of Health Policy at The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services Essentials of Health Policy and Law, Second Edition provides students of public health with a firm foundation of the basics of American health policy and law. Readers will come away with a clear understanding of the broad context of health policy and law, the essential policy and legal issues impacting and flowing out of the healthcare and public health systems, and the way health policies and laws are formulated. Concise and straightforward, this text serves as an excellent starting point for discussion, reflection, and analysis.

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The Second Edition offers a new chapter on healthcare reform and the Affordable Care Act of 2010. This edition also offers new, expanded, or updated coverage of comparative health systems; public health preparedness policy and law; agency rulemaking; Medicaid, CHIP, Medicare, and state health policy; and much more. “The breadth of topics is perfect for my advanced practice graduate nursing students.” —Eileen K. Fry-Bowers, JD, MS, RN, CPNP, Loma Linda University School of Nursing Essential Public Health Series title. Learn more at www.essentialpublichealth.com

ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-5330-9 Paperback with Access Code • 294 pages • © 2013

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HEALTH POLICY

Jones & Bartlett Learning Author Joel Teitelbaum Comments on

HEALTH REFORM AND THE SUPREME COURT Posted on April 10, 2012 by Joel Teitelbaum, JD, LLM

During the final week of March, the three, and the third blog post will discuss age requirement. United States Supreme Court engaged the question concerning the Medicaid If only one thing was clear about the Jusin an historic debate about the meaning expansion. In the final blog post, I will tices’ view of the ACA after three days of and constitutionality of the Patient Prodescribe the Court’s eventual ruling in oral arguments, it is that they do not see tection and Affordable Care Act (known the case, which is expected by the end of the AIA as a barrier to reaching the other as Affordable Care Act, or ACA). The deJune (when the current Supreme Court (substantive) questions on which they bate was historic for several reasons—its Term ends). granted certiorari. The Justices’ banter at content, focused as it oral arguments evidenced was on perhaps the most a willingness to brush sweeping health law in “If only one thing was clear about the Justices’ view of the ACA aside the AIA issue to reach the nation’s history, and after three days of oral arguments, it is that they do not see the merits of the case (of certainly of the past 50 course, the possibility rethe AIA as a barrier to reaching the other questions on which years; its precedential immains that enough of the they granted certiorari.” portance, given that the Justices fear the prospect Court is poised to make of deciding the politically potentially enormous charged question about changes to Congress’s the constitutionality of the Commerce and Spendcoverage requirement in ing Clause powers; and an election year and may its length, with oral argudecide to seek comfort in ments spanning a record a non-partisan finding three days. that the AIA prevents them The Court agreed in November 2011 to hear oral arguments on a series of legal issues that arose as a result of nearly 30 legal challenges to the ACA since its passage in March 2010.

from ruling; again, however, a taste for this approach was not on display during oral arguments).

The four issues the Court agreed to consider are: 1. Whether the ACA’s individual coverage requirement (also referred to as the individual mandate) is a tax for purposes of the Anti-Injunction Act. 2. Whether Congress has the power under Article I of the Constitution to enact the minimum coverage requirement. 3. Whether, if the coverage requirement is found unconstitutional, it is “severable” from the remainder of the ACA. 4. Whether the ACA’s requirement that states expand Medicaid eligibility or risk losing federal funds is unduly coercive in violation of the Tenth Amendment. In this blog post, the first of a four-part series, I focus on the first question. The next post will focus on questions two and

The Anti-Injunction Act (AIA) is an 1867 federal statute that states “no suit for the purpose of restraining the assessment or collection of any tax shall be maintained in any court by any person, whether or not such person is the person against whom such tax was assessed.” Essentially, the law requires that a person resisting the assessment of a federal tax must first pay the full amount of tax assessed by the Internal Revenue Service before filing challenging the tax in an administrative hearing or in court. Because the ACA’s minimum coverage requirement is enforced through a penalty that is assessed under the tax code, the Court agreed to consider whether a challenge to the coverage requirement could be entertained by the courts before 2015, when the coverage requirement penalty will first be assessed. In other words, the Court will decide whether it yet has the jurisdiction (i.e., the power) to rule on the constitutionality of the cover-

Assuming the Court dispatches the AIA question, the Court has a few options at its disposal, each of which was raised during oral argument by one party or another. One approach would be to rule that since Congress called the amount to be owed in the event that an individual refuses to comply with the minimum coverage requirement a “penalty” instead of a “tax,” Congress envisioned the ACA as being excluded from AIA applicability. A second approach available to the Court is to rule that the AIA can be waived by the courts as a matter of equity, because the law is not a total bar to hearing preassessed tax lawsuits. Interpreted this way, the AIA is designed to prevent individuals from bringing facial challenges against tax laws, rather than existing to prevent courts absolutely from hearing claims against pre-assessed taxes. Read more insightful analysis from Joel Teitelbaum in parts 2, 3, and 4 of this blog series at: http://blogs.jblearning.com/health

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HEALTH POLICY

Essential Readings in Health Policy and Law

The Nation’s Health

Health Policy Analysis

Eighth Edition

An Interdisciplinary Approach

Joel B. Teitelbaum, JD, LLM, The George Washington University, School of Public Health and Health Services Sara E. Wilensky, JD, PhD, The George Washington University, School of Public Health and Health Services

Leiyu Shi, DrPH, MBA, MPA, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Johns Hopkins Primary Care Policy Center for the Underserved Douglas A. Singh, PhD, MBA, School of Business and Economics, Indiana University at South Bend

Curtis P. McLaughlin, DBA, KenanFlagler Business School and Gillings School of Global Public Health, UNC Chapel Hill Craig D. McLaughlin, MJ, Washington State Board of Health

Featuring thought-provoking perspectives of individual authors, policymakers, and judges that span the spectrum of political and social thought, this collection of readings will stimulate classroom discussion and reflection. The book is divided into five broad parts: Part 1 provides a basic overview of public health; Part 2 covers topics in healthcare quality; Part 3 centers on the intersection of policy and law with medicine and ethics; Part 4 offers several resources on the topic of health system reform; finally, Part 5 is a series of resources collectively called “Tools for Health Policy Analysis.” Essential Public Health Series title. Learn more at www.essentialpublichealth.com ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-3851-8 Paperback • 454 pages • © 2009

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The Eighth Edition of The Nation’s Health offers an overarching framework to portray the determinants of the nation’s health and to organize the major components of the book. Each section begins with a summary highlighting the major issues and challenges as well as an outline of the articles that follow. The Eighth Edition features both classic readings as well as new readings published within the last five years. New articles on health care delivery and interventions address health determinants and improving population health from other countries in the world. Any of the sections or chapters can be divided and packaged with other Jones & Bartlett Learning texts as a supplement. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8457-7 Paperback • 856 pages • © 2011

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Drawing from the perspectives of a variety of disciplines, this innovative text is unlike any others of its kind. Health Policy Analysis: An Interdisciplinary Approach analyzes current U.S. health policy and proposes various alternatives for developing future health policy without pushing a single solution set—rather, it considers the viewpoints of economics, political science, management, communications, technology, and public health. The text features 10 short cases studies dealing with issues such as folic acid fortification; national standards on culturally and linguistically appropriate services; evidence-based medicine in mental health; electronic health information networks; voluntary standards for regulation; medical tourism; community versus specialty hospitals; international health system comparisons; and more. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4442-7 Paperback • 438 pages • © 2008

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HEALTH REFORM eCHAPTERS

ADD A DISCUSSION OF HEALTH REFORM TO YOUR CLASSROOM Bundle any of these echapters with any Jones & Bartlett Learning text at no additional cost to your students. Contact your Account Specialist for details.

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Health Reform in the United States

Basics of U.S. Health Care Reform

Joel B. Teitelbaum, JD, LLM, The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services Sara E. Wilensky, JD, PhD, The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services

Nancy J. Niles, MS, MPH, PhD, Lander University

Written by the authors of Essentials of Health Policy and Law, this standalone eChapter is an in-depth examination of U.S. National Health Reform. The chapter describes previous national health reform attempts and examines why national health reform has been difficult to achieve in the United States. It explores why national health reform passed in 2010 when so many previous attempts had failed, and finally, it analyzes the key components of the new health reform law, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA).

Give your students the most up-to-date information on U.S. Health Care Reform with this brief analysis of the March 2010 Health Care Reform Act. Nancy Niles, author of Basics of the U.S. Health Care System, explores the major components of the ten titles of The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA) and offers a discussion of their impact on the U.S. healthcare system. Designed as a supplemental chapter to Basics of the U.S. Health Care System, this chapter update—available only in ExpressPDF format—features learning objectives, student activities, vocabulary, and a crossword puzzle, all in a format that is consistent with the core text. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-1329-7 ExpressPDF • © 2011

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Health Reform 101 What it Means to You and to the American People Richard Riegelman, MD, MPH, PhD, The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services

Intended as a supplement to Public Health 101, this 15-page eChapter examines the health reform legislation signed in March of 2010 and follows a consistent chapter format with this key title in the Essential Public Health series. The chapter offers a brief 100-year history of U.S. health reform, walks the reader through President Obama’s eight principles to guide the development of health reform, and provides details and a schedule for implementation of health insurance restructuring. It examines the specific strategies that will be used to reform the health insurance system as well as how such reform will affect different groups of individuals based on age, income level, and health status. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-0059-4 ExpressPDF • pages • © 2010 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/riegelman

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LEADERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, & ADMINISTRATION

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Essentials of Management and Leadership in Public Health Robert E. Burke, PhD, The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services Leonard H. Friedman, PhD, MPH, The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services

This text offers a basic foundation for students entering the field of public health management with a specific focus on developing knowledge and skills in the cross-cutting competency domains identified by the ASPH. Essentials of Management and Leadership in Public Health covers: an introduction and history of the field of public health management; the evolution of key leadership and management theories; the changing role of public health management professionals and key characteristics of a successful public health leader; key issues in the organization, financing and delivery of healthcare services; and much more. Essential Public Health Series title. Learn more at www.essentialpublichealth.com ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4291-1 Paperback • 180 pages • © 2011

Essentials of Public Health Management

Public Health Leadership

Third Edition

Putting Principles Into Practice

L. Fleming Fallon Jr., MD, DrPH, MBA, Bowling Green State University Eric J. Zgodzinski, MPH, Toledo-Lucas County Health Department

Featuring new expert contributing authors from across the country, this timely revision addresses all the important topics in the effective management of public health departments and agencies. Using a practical, nontheoretical approach, the book is ideal for the handson management of these complex organizations and their daily operations. The Third Edition offers new case studies as well as new chapters on leadership and governance, public health performance standards, continuous quality improvement, accreditation, social media, and starting a health board in the 21st century. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-1896-4 Paperback • 552 pages • © 2012

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THIRD EDITION Louis Rowitz, PhD, School of Public Health, University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois

Public Health Leadership: Putting Principles Into Practice has become a standard reference for future and practicing public health leaders. In five parts, it explores the basic theories and principles of leadership and then describes how they may be applied in the public health setting. Leadership skills and competencies, as well as methods for measuring and evaluating leaders are all thoroughly covered. This new Third Edition now includes extensive coverage of the leadership skills and tools that are critical to managing public health emergencies. It also offers new chapters on building infrastructure, accreditation, and global public health leadership, as well as updated exercises and case studies throughout. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-4521-2 Paperback • 440 pages • © 2014 Available Spring 2013

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LEADERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, & ADMINISTRATION

Novick & Morrow’s Public Health Administration Principles for Population-Based Management THIRD EDITION

Leiyu Shi, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health James A. Johnson, PhD, MPA, MS, Central Michigan University and Auburn University at Montgomery Under the direction of new lead editors Leiyu Shi and James Johnson, the new Third Edition of Public Health Administration examines the many events, advances, and challenges in the U.S. and the world since the publication of the last edition of the book.

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With contributions from experts in areas ranging from workforce to community-based prevention to emergency preparedness, this thorough revision offers detailed, comprehensive coverage of current, relevant issues for new as well as seasoned public health administrators. This edition also addresses new perspectives of evidence-based public health; systems thinking; accountable care organizations; social entrepreneurship; integrated information management; disaster preparedness and response; and social media.

Praise for the Second Edition: “Public health is a diverse field, and the pathways to managing public health departments are varied. Gifted physicians, dedicated epidemiologists, and skilled managers can find themselves tapped to lead large, complex departments. No one person can have all the skills necessary to meet the challenges that confront our local health departments. This book would serve as a practical reference for any manager who wishes to become more knowledgeable and productive.” —Journal of the American Medical Association, January, 2008

ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-8833-2 Paperback with Access Code • 800 pages • © 2014 Available Summer 2013

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Companion Website Each new copy of this text comes packaged with an access code card that gives your students entry to a companion website offering a wealth of interactive tools to engage them in learning:

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• Interactive Flashcards guide them through key definitions. • Crossword Puzzles provide a fun and interactive overview of terms from each chapter. • Interactive Glossary allows them to instantly view definitions of key terms from the book—search by keyword, browse alphabetically, or browse by chapter. • Matching Question reinforce concepts through engaging, hands-on exercises. • Web Links showcase external sites that provide additional material.

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LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT / EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

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Managing the Public Health Enterprise Edward L. Baker, Jr., MD, MPH, Gillings School of Global Public Health, UNC Chapel Hill Anne J. Menkens, PhD, The North Carolina Institute for Public Health Janet E. Porter, PhD, Dana-Farber / Brigham and Women’s Cancer Center ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6382-4 Paperback • 202 pages • © 2010

Managing Health Education and Promotion Programs Leadership Skills for the 21st Century SECOND EDITION

Essentials of Public Health Ethics

Essentials of Public Health Preparedness

Ruth Gaare Bernheim, JD, MPH, University of Virginia School of Medicine James F. Childress, PhD, University of Virginia, Charlottesville Alan Melnick, Oregon Health & Science University Richard Bonnie, University of Virginia School of Law

Rebecca Katz, MPH, MA, PhD, Assistant Professor, The George Washington University, School of Public Health and Health Services

Essentials of Public Health Ethics introduces students to the field of public health ethics through a study of cases. The text integrates materials, concepts, and frameworks from numerous fields in public health, such as health promotion, environmental health and health policy. The authors investigate the evolution and impact of various understandings of the concept of “the public” over time. The text is written in a way that presupposes no previous exposure to the philosophical concepts but at the same time provides challenging cases for students who do have more advanced knowledge, making this a resource that can be used in both graduate and undergraduate courses alike. Essential Public Health Series title. Learn more at www.essentialpublichealth.com ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8046-3 Paperback • 300 Pages • © 2014 Available Summer 2013 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/Bernheim

James A. Johnson, PhD, MPA, MS, Central Michigan University Donald J. Breckon, MA, PhD, MPH

The public health community plays a vital role in identifying, responding to, containing, and recovering from emergencies. Essentials of Public Health Preparedness will introduce your students to the important and timely field of public health preparedness. The book presupposes no previous exposure to the concepts, yet provides enough depth for students who may have advanced knowledge. Divided into four parts, Essentials of Public Health Preparedness explores principles of public health preparedness, defining the problem, creating an infrastructure, and solving problems. Recent and current topics are examined, such as weapons of mass destruction, the 9/11 Commission findings, the National Incident Management System (NIMS), and biosecurity. Essential Public Health Series title. Learn more at www.essentialpublichealth.com ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7983-2 Paperback • 172 pages • © 2013

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ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4237-9 Paperback • 325 pages • © 2007

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Case Studies in Public Health Preparedness and Response to Disasters Linda Y. Landesman, DrPH Issac Weisfuse, MD, MPH

This collection of cases is designed for courses that seek to prepare the public health workforce for each of the capabilities required by the passage of the Pandemic and All Hazards Preparedness Act (PAHPA) in 2006. Divided into chapters that cover the general topic areas of communication; hazard, vulnerability and risk assessment; interventions; leadership; legal aspects; national response framework; planning and improvement; surveillance and investigation; and worker health, safety and resilience; this book brings together illustrative real-world stories such as the wildfires in San Diego, Pandemic Flu in Iowa, Hurrican Katrina, Madrid bombings, and many more. Designed for graduate level courses that align with the new ASPH public health preparedness competencies, these cases will bring to life the need for an effective and prepared public health workforce as well as the necessary tools to coordinated between all levels of government.

Emergency Public Health

Health Care Emergency Management

Preparedness and Response

Principles and Practice

G. Bobby Kapur, MD, MPH, Baylor College of Medicine Jeffrey P. Smith, MD, MPH, The George Washington University and GWU Hospital Emergency Department

Michael J. Reilly, DrPH, MPH, NREMT-P, School of Public Health, New York Medical College David S. Markenson, MD, FAAP, FACEP, EMT-P, Westchester Medical Center and New York Medical College

Emergency Public Health provides readers with important information and analysis of key public health crises threatening our local, state, and national jurisdictions. It provides a framework for public health professionals, policy makers, first responders, and emergency healthcare providers to plan and implement effective measures to protect the public health of civilian populations during times of emergencies. Written by experts with both emergency healthcare and public health backgrounds, the case-based chapters provide valuable information on the preparedness, response, and mitigation of emergency public health topics. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5870-7 Paperback • 572 pages • © 2012

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With chapters contributed by leading authorities on the topic of disaster planning, Health Care Emergency Management: Principles and Practice addresses hospital and health system preparedness in the face of a large-scale disaster or other emergency. Administrators, emergency preparedness coordinators, and clinical staff who are charged with managing preparedness and emergency management functions for hospitals or healthcare systems will turn to this guide as an essential reference in planning for disasters, terrorism, and public health emergencies. Through case studies and practical examples, this book engages the reader in active learning about this exciting, challenging, and rewarding field. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5513-3 Paperback • 490 pages • © 2011

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ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-4519-9 Paperback • 350 Pages • © 2014 Available Spring 2013 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/Landesman

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HEALTH SERVICES MANAGEMENT & ADMINISTRATION

Managing Health Organizations for Quality and Performance L. Fleming Fallon Jr., MD, DrPH, Bowling Green State University James W. Begun, PhD, University of Minnesota School of Public Health, Minneapolis William Riley, PhD, University of Minnesota School of Public Health, Minneapolis Given the cost explosion that is expected from the recent healthcare reform legislation, healthcare organizations will increasingly be held accountable for delivering greater value (higher quality per unit of cost) in order to succeed. Managing Health Organizations for Quality and Performance looks at healthcare management from the perspective of quality improvement. Suitable for undergraduates or first-year graduate students, the book reflects the importance of creating quality and value in public health and health services organizations. It introduces complex and important topics but is written in a highly accessible manner.

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Key Features: • The framework is based on four management functions, rather than management roles or simply presenting facts. • Includes material related to customer service and satisfaction as well as organizational and programmatic quality. • Takes a systems approach with examples of systems thinking applied to both management and quality issues. • Provides opportunities for communicating and connecting across many topics and the methodological tools and disciplines (epidemiology, biostatistics, nutrition, maternal and child health) on which they can be applied.

ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-5327-9 Paperback with Access Code • 400 pages • © 2013

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Companion Website Each new copy of this text comes packaged with an access code card that gives your students entry to a companion website offering a wealth of interactive tools to engage them in learning:

ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-5315-6

• Interactive Flashcards guide them through key definitions. • Crossword Puzzles provide a fun and interactive overview of terms from each chapter. • Interactive Glossary allows them to instantly view definitions of key terms from the book—search by keyword, browse alphabetically, or browse by chapter. • Matching Questions reinforce concepts through engaging, hands-on exercises. • Web Links showcase external sites that provide additional material.

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HEALTH SERVICES MANAGEMENT & ADMINISTRATION

The Effective Health Care Supervisor

Case Studies in Health Care Supervision

SEVENTH EDITION

Umiker’s Management Skills for the New Health Care Supervisor

Charles R. McConnell, MBA, CM

FIFTH EDITION

Charles R. McConnell, MBA, CM

The Seventh Edition of this best-selling text continues to offer proven, handson, practical applications of both classic and current management principles in the healthcare setting. Packed with strategies, techniques, and tools to build or reinforce your management skills, students and professionals alike will benefit from this classic guidebook that is now more reader-friendly and accessible.

Charles R. McConnell, MBA, CM

This collection of 100 case studies addresses the fundamentals of first-line management in healthcare organizations. Ideal as a supplement to any text on healthcare supervision, these case studies bring to life the day-to-day issues faced by healthcare managers and supervisors working on the front lines and will help your students understand the practical application of management concepts. The book is also useful as a primary text for continuing education by working healthcare managers or for self-study.

The Seventh Edition offers: • 4–5 additional review questions for each chapter • Expanded material and new exhibits on delegation • New discussion on the effects of organizational shuffling on employee motivation • Expanded material on the legal implications of performance appraisal • New section on Six Sigma • New coverage of several more laws that affect employees and employment • Updated material on HIPAA implementation • Updated material on unions and union organizing in health care

Umiker’s Management Skills for the New Health Care Supervisor provides valuable information for future healthcare managers and supervisors who must address these challenges daily. It offers practical suggestions for improving effectiveness both as a supervisor and as an organization. Ideal for students in junior, undergraduate, community, and career college programs, author Charles McConnell maintains Bill Umiker’s clear, jargon-free writing style. The Fifth Edition offers new and improved case studies, exercises, questions, references, and recommended readings as well as eight all-new or completely reorganized chapters on: reengineering, mergers, and the supervisor; personnel recruitment; interviewing and employee selection; motivation, reward, and recognition; managing difficult employees; privacy and confidentiality, employees and clients; staff development; the supervisor’s career development.

SECOND EDITION

This book also features thoughtprovoking questions for class discussion and individual study as well as suggestions for additional study and exploration of management fundamentals. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6619-1 Paperback • 314 pages • © 2011

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ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6621-4 Paperback • 594 pages • © 2010

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ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-0471-4 Paperback • 542 pages • © 2012

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New Leadership for Today’s Health Care Professionals Louis G. Rubino, PhD, FACHE Salvador J. Esparza, DHA, RN, FACHE Yolanda S. Reid Chassiakos, MD, FAAP, FACP, All of California State University, Northridge

With President Obama’s healthcare reform plan taking form, healthcare professionals realize that the U.S. delivery system will be changing. Old leadership models can no longer be effective. There is an expectation that a more adaptable, proactive, innovative professional is needed to lead the nation’s healthcare workforce. This book offers a comprehensive view of the leadership competencies necessary to be successful in today’s healthcare industry. Each chapter is written by a leader in the healthcare industry under the guidance of the editors who have many years’ experience in academia. Written with the undergraduate health professional student in mind, the book covers essential leadership concepts and offers many pedagogical features to engage the student in learning. Cases related to each chapter topic are woven into the text to help the student comprehend the practical side of the principles examined.

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Cases in Health Care Management Sharon B. Buchbinder, RN, PhD, Stevenson University Nancy H. Shanks, PhD, Metropolitan State University of Denver Dale Buchbinder, MD, FACS, University of Maryland Medical School

Building on the most popular cases from the bestselling Introduction to Health Care Management, this book offers over sixty cases that illustrate the challenges related to managing the health care services. Segmented by topic and setting, this new collection of cases spans the full spectrum of potential issues that can arise in any variety of health care environments. The chapters are contributed by seasoned instructors. Geared to entry-level healthcare managers, this casebook can be used in both undergraduate and graduate programs in a wide variety of healthcare management, nursing, public health, law and other health related professions. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-7429-8 Paperback • 300 pages • © 2014 Available Early 2013 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/HCMCases

Career Opportunities in Health Care Management Perspectives from the Field Sharon B. Buchbinder, RN, PhD, Stephenson University Jon M. Thompson, PhD, James Madison University

Career Opportunities in Health Care Management is a concise, reader-friendly, introductory healthcare management book that covers a wide variety of career opportunities in a broad range of direct healthcare settings—such as hospitals, physician practices, nursing homes, and clinics—and non-direct healthcare settings, such as associations, managed care and health insurance companies, consulting firms, and medical supplier firms. Filled with first person accounts from healthcare managers working in the field, these profiles will engage the reader’s imagination, inform them of key issues associated with these important roles, as well as what makes these healthcare managers happy and eager to go to work in the morning. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5964-3 Paperback • 252 pages • © 2010

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TEAMWORK IN ONLINE COURSES: HOW CAN WE ENCOURAGE EFFECTIVE PARTICIPATION? by Sharon B. Buchbinder, RN, PhD

Why does the thought of teamwork asto do to achieve their educational goals in signments make entire classes of students a course. The proportion of their grade and professors cringe? Despite years of for the course related to teamwork should research and numerous articles emphabe meaningful. One to five percent of a sizing the need for teamwork experiences course grade is not adequate to motivate in higher education, few instructors have students to actively engage in teamwork. been formally educated in methods to A bare minimum of ten percent of the teach teamwork. There are even fewer course grade should be assigned to the courses devoted exclusively to teamwork, team projects. In addition, for teamwork, despite some excellent texts (Freshman, they should be judged by their peers, not Rubino, & Chassiakos, 2009). Many of us stumble along, and, if we are lucky, find mentors “We shouldn’t wait until people are in who have years of experience in classroom teamwork assignpost-graduate programs to introduce ments. I was fortunate to have them to teamwork.” colleagues who believed in the need for teamwork for our discipline, even when many other faculty members found it too frustrating to deal with. We shouldn’t wait until people are in post-graduate programs to introduce them to applied teamwork (Nash, 2008; Newell, 1990). That road leads to disappointment. Habits of doing everything alone have been instilled and teaching teamwork must undo many of these “I can do it all” or “I should do it all” attitudes. Teamwork education must begin at the undergraduate level and continue through graduate school and beyond (Drake, Goldsmith, & Strachan, 2006; Lerner, Magrane, & Friedman, 2009). Once employed, our graduates will be judged by their supervisors and colleagues on their ability to be team players. In healthcare, lives literally depend on good teamwork (Sehgal, Fox, Vidyarthi, Sharpe, Gearhart, Bookwalter, Baker, Aldredge, Blegen, & Wachter, 2008). So, how can instructors encourage effective teamwork participation in the online environment? Here are some tried and true methods I have used you can apply to your courses. Post a syllabus that explicitly addresses the value of teamwork and the rubrics by which students will be judged. Students want and deserve to know what they need

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only by the instructor. There are a number of teamwork rubrics; I happen to like the one I created with my colleagues (Buchbinder, Cox, & Casciani, 2012, p. 374). The tool addresses key criteria for successful team players, including: attendance, preparation, collaboration and goal identification, active participation, open-mindedness and willingness to modify opinions, concise presentation of ideas, timely submission of assignments, respectful and considerate interactions with teammates, fulfillment of responsibilities, and active work on achievement of group consensus. Used as an Excel file, students can easily total up the scores. Students are required to explain why they gave a teammate a score of under 3 or over 8 on a scale of 1 to 10. They must also indicate whether they would work with this person again (Yes/

No) (Buchbinder, Cox, & Casciani, 2012, p. 374). Establish ground rules for netiquette. Most universities have guidelines for student civility and for respectful online interaction with instructors and peers. Place these guidelines in your syllabus and separately in your online course, and make a point of referring students to these documents. If a student behaves inappropriately later on, he or she cannot claim ignorance. Do not allow the students to self-assign to teams. Just as you have students who will congregate in face to face courses, alliances will appear in online courses. Students often “see” each other again and again in online courses and know how their colleagues interact. As the instructor, it is up to you to assign students to teams. You can do this by alphabet or by random number generator, but however you do it, make sure the assignment is transparent to the students. Remember, students always look for equity in the classroom. Teams can be for the duration of the course, or for one project, but you set up the teams. Read the entire blog post at go.jblearning.com/BuchbinderBlog Sharon Buchbinder is an Adjunct Professor of Nursing at Stevenson University in the Graduate and Professional School, and former chair of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA). She is also the author of two books from Jones & Bartlett Learning, Introduction to Health Care Management, Second Edition, Career Opportunities in Health Care Management, and the forthcoming Cases in Health Care Management. Dr. Buchbinder blogs about online teaching every first Monday of the month at blogs.jblearning.com/

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Introduction to Health Care Management SECOND EDITION

Sharon B. Buchbinder, RN, PhD, Stevenson University Nancy H. Shanks, PhD, Metropolitan State College of Denver Introduction to Health Care Management, Second Edition is a concise, reader-friendly, introductory healthcare management book that covers a wide variety of healthcare settings, from hospitals to nursing homes and clinics. Filled with examples to engage the reader’s imagination, the important issues in healthcare management, such as ethics, cost management, strategic planning and marketing, information technology, and human resources, are all thoroughly covered. The Second Edition offers two new chapters “Understanding Healthcare Management” and “Healthcare Marketing” as well as a new discussion of healthcare planning, a new section on emotional intelligence, new case studies, new rubrics, and new contributing authors who are experts in their fields.

Key Features: • Chapters contributed by real experts using an active voice to grab the reader’s attention. • Learning objectives and discussion questions in each chapter. • Case studies in a wide variety of settings, in an assortment of healthcare management topics. • A case study guide, with rubrics for evaluation of student performance, enabling instructors at every level of experience to hit the ground running on that first day of class. “Drs. Buchbinder and Shanks have done a masterful job in selecting topics and authors and putting them together in a meaningful and coherent manner. Each chapter of the book is designed to give the student the core content that must become part of the repertoire of each and every healthcare manager, whether entry level or senior executive. Each of the chapters and accompanying cases serve to bring to life what it means to be a truly competent healthcare manager.” —Leonard H. Friedman, PhD, MPA, MPH, Director, Master of Health Services Administration program, George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services “I am very happy with Introduction to Health Care Management and will be adopting it for a new course that I will be teaching. This is probably the best management text I have seen so far. I was thrilled to receive it.” —Sally K. Fauchald, PhD, RN, Assistant Professor of Nursing, The College of St. Scholastica “A solid text that covers a wide range of management topics.” —Michael H. Sullivan, Director HCA Program, Methodist University, Fayetteville, North Carolina

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-9086-8 Paperback • 498 pages • © 2012

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New to the Second Edition: • A new introductory chapter: “Understanding Health Care Management” • A new chapter on Healthcare Marketing • A new discussion of healthcare planning and examples of planning models • New contributing authors—experts in their fields • New section on emotional intelligence • Over seven new case studies • Improved case study instructions • New rubrics

Online resources now include: • Syllabus for 8-week online course • Key discussion points for each case study • Role play, simulation, and scripts for students • Online video references

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Health Care Administration

Physician Practice Management

Leadership for Health Professionals

Managing Organized Delivery Systems

Essential Operational and Financial Knowledge

Theory, Skills, and Applications

FIFTH EDITION

SECOND EDITION

Lawrence F. Wolper, MBA, FACMPE, L. Wolper, Inc.

Lawrence F. Wolper, MBA, FACMPE, L. Wolper, Inc.

Health Care Administration: Managing Organized Delivery Systems, Fifth Edition provides graduate and pre-professional students with a comprehensive, detailed overview of the numerous facets of the modern healthcare system, focusing on functions and operations at both the corporate and hospital level.

Physician Practice Management: Essential Operational and Financial Knowledge, Second Edition provides a comprehensive overview of the breadth of knowledge required to effectively manage a medical group practice today. Distinguished experts cover a range of topics while taking into special consideration the need for a broader and more detailed knowledge base amongst physicians, practice managers, and healthcare managers.

Gerald R. Ledlow, PhD, MHA, FACHE, Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health, Georgia Southern University M. Nicholas Coppola, PhD, MHA, FACHE, School of Allied Health Sciences, Texas Tech University

The Fifth Edition of this authoritative text comprises several new subjects, including new chapters on patient safety and ambulatory care center design and planning. Other updated topics include healthcare information systems, management of nursing systems, labor and employment law, and financial management, as well discussions on current healthcare policy in the United States. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5791-5 Paperback • 794 pages • © 2011

Topics covered in this must-have resource include: physician leadership, financial management, healthcare information technology, regulatory issues, compliance programs, legal implications of business arrangements, medical malpractice, facility design, and capital financing for physician group practices. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7101-0 Hardcover • 648 pages • © 2013

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Leadership for Health Professionals: Theory, Skills, and Applications concentrates on leadership as a subject of study and enables students to apply and practice the theories, models, and responsibilities of leadership within a health organization context. This thorough, well-organized text includes practical cases from leaders in various health professions, presenting leadership principles with an emphasis on enabling and empowering students and professionals to become better leaders in practice, develop an efficacious personal leadership model, and improve health outcomes through better leadership. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8151-4 Paperback • 412 pages • © 2011

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HEALTH SERVICES MANAGEMENT & ADMINISTRATION

NEW

Understanding Health Care Management

Principles of Health Care Management

Management Principles for Health Professionals

A Case Study Approach

Foundations for a Changing Health Care System

SIXTH EDITION

Seth B. Goldsmith, ScD, JD, School of Public Health and Health Sciences, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

This collection of 145 case studies is designed for use in both undergraduate and graduate courses in healthcare administration. With contributions from a range of experts including present and former CEOs, consultants, public health officials, systems executives, departmental managers, architects, planners, and entrepreneurs, this robust classroom resource brings together practical, realworld examples of issues and topics that are critical to understanding the complex field of healthcare management. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-3210-6 Paperback • 300 pages • © 2014 Available Fall 2012

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SECOND EDITION Seth B. Goldsmith, ScD, JD, School of Public Health and Health Sciences, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Principles of Health Care Management: Foundations for a Changing Health Care System, Second Edition, is today’s authoritative guide for future administrators aspiring to manage healthcare organizations amid changing consumer behavior and shifting economic and regulatory headwinds. In addition to fundamental healthcare management principles, this revised edition includes a review of the most recent healthcare legislation, a trove of industry case studies, and a vital new chapter on the managerial challenges of 21st century healthcare consumerism. University of Massachusetts Professor Emeritus and former senior healthcare executive, Seth B. Goldsmith, combines foundational theory and illustrative realworld experience in this must-read text. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6865-2 Paperback • 438 pages • © 2011

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Joan Gratto Liebler, MA, MPA, RHIA, Temple University Charles R. McConnell, MBA, CM

Management Principles for Health Professionals, Sixth Edition is a practical guide for new or future practicing healthcare managers. The customary activities of the manager—planning, organizing, decision making, staffing, motivating, and budgeting—are succinctly defined, explained, and presented with detailed examples drawn from a variety of healthcare settings. Students will learn proven management concepts, techniques, models, and tools for managing individuals or teams with skill and ease. The Sixth Edition offers a new chapter: “The Middle Manager and Documentation of Critical Management Processes” which examines the important role of the middle manager in the development of critical documents such as the strategic plan and annual report. This chapter also explores how to create a project proposal and a business plan. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-1468-3 Paperback • 536 pages • © 2012

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HOSPITALS / LONG TERM CARE / ELDER CARE

NEW

Hospitals

Outside the Hospital

What They Are and How They Work

The Delivery of Health Care in Non-Hospital Settings

FOURTH EDITION

Donald J. Griffin, MBA, MS, MS, JD, FACHE, School of Health Administration, Texas State University, San Marcos Polly Griffin

Donald J. Griffin, MBA, MS, MS, JD, FACHE, School of Health Administration, Texas State University, San Marcos

Hospitals: What They Are and How They Work will guide your students through the inner workings of one of today’s most complex organizations: the modern acute-care hospital. From a history of hospitals and health care; to an explanation of the roles of management, physicians, nurses, and staff; to administrative and financial services, this essential text walks readers through every facet of the hospital organization. This book explores the vital collaboration between healthcare providers and diverse practices including clinical laboratory science, pharmacy, physical therapy, and social services, while evaluating the relationship of quality, efficiency, and cost. The Fourth Edition features contributing experts for each chapter, with new material on subjects including hospital finance, medical records, nursing, and more. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-9109-4 Paperback • 438 pages • © 2012

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While the hospital is the centerpiece of the healthcare system, so much health care is delivered outside this setting. As the first text of its kind, Outside the Hospital introduces the reader to many types of healthcare services offered outside the traditional hospital setting. Divided into four parts (traditional care, diagnosing, acute-care treatment, and chronic care), the book offers 31 concise chapters that explore the basic operations of various healthcare settings such as physician offices, pharmacies, outpatient laboratories, chiropractic centers, dentistry, optometry, oncology centers, adult day care, hospice care, and more. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4504-2 Paperback • 181 pages • © 2009

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Managing Geriatric Health Services Alice McDonnell, DrPH, MPA, Marywood University

Ideal for students studying geriatric health services administration, as well as active professionals currently working in the field, Managing Geriatric Health Services thoroughly examines core topics such as administration, nursing, rehabilitative therapies, and such specialty topics as: spirituality, dementia, quality assurance, oral history, and ethical issues. The text examines the various jobs within the continuum of care from an administrative and management standpoint and looks at the various roles or disciplines within long-term care and the specific challenges to each. With contributions from experienced professionals in the field, the book includes an entire section of interdisciplinary case study examples and reflection exercises. Individual chapters include learning objectives, key terms, chapter-specific case studies, reflection questions, conclusions, and additional resources. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-0460-8 Paperback • 384 pages • © 2014 Available Summer 2012

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LONG TERM CARE / ELDER CARE

Legal Aspects of Elder Care Marshall B. Kapp, JD, MPH, Florida State University and Wright State University School of Medicine

This text offers excerpts from selected statutes and regulations, judicial opinions, and legal and healthcare journal literature, as well as commentary on these materials, discussion questions, and hypothetical cases, and suggestions of other information sources for the teacher and student. Ideal for courses or programs in health administration, nursing, law, ethics, social work, or gerontology, this text will stimulate class reflection and interaction regarding the meaning and relevance of key legal concepts for the present or future healthcare professional. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5632-1 Hardcover • 356 pages • © 2010

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Effective Management of Long-Term Care Facilities

Long-Term Care Managing Across the Continuum

SECOND EDITION

THIRD EDITION

Douglas A. Singh, PhD, MBA, School of Business and Economics, Indiana University—South Bend

John R. Pratt, MHA, FACHCA, LFACHE, Saint Joseph’s College of Maine

Effective Management of Long-Term Care Facilities explores the complex operations of the long-term care facility and presents critical skills to current and future nursing home administrators for delivering quality, cost-effective services. The Second Edition has been thoroughly revised and reorganized to offer a more cohesive presentation of the material. New chapters that have been added cover the long-term care industry, long-term care policy, and supportive case studies that incorporate management and patient care issues. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7403-5 Paperback • 652 pages • © 2010

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Long-Term Care: Managing Across the Continuum, Third Edition is an ideal introduction to management in this industry. Adopted as a reference for the national licensing examination prepared by the National Association of LongTerm Care Administrator Boards (NAB), this book covers the full continuum of long-term care. The Third Edition reflects the changes in regulations, financing methods, forms of service delivery, and management methods in this dynamic field. The increasingly important topics of the aging of American society, the impact of the “baby-boomers,” consumer choice, and the growing diversity in long-term care are covered extensively and from a variety of perspectives. The final chapters address the future of long-term care and include recommendations for dealing with it proactively. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6450-0 Paperback • 520 pages • © 2010

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FINANCE

Health Care Finance

Basic Tools for Nonfinancial Managers THIRD EDITION

Judith J. Baker, PhD, CPA, Resource Group, Ltd. R.W. Baker, JD Using real-life examples from hospitals, long-term care facilities, home health agencies and physician practices, this useful handbook serves to arm nonfinancial managers with the practical essentials of healthcare finance and accounting—from the financial impact of electronic records to operational budget planning. The Third Edition features important new chapters on the financial implications of recently mandated regulations governing electronic health records (ICD-10) and e-prescribing. This edition also includes expanded content on the health care investment, specialized inventory concepts and indispensable financial analysis tools. As health care cost structures continue to experience 21st century evolution, Health Care Finance: Basic Tools for Nonfinancial Managers, Third Edition stands alone as the essential resource for healthcare managers to successfully negotiate the fiscal currents of their organizations.

Key Features · Up-to-date information on the financial impact of electronic records · New chapter on the financial impact of ICD-10 compliance · New chapter on operational budgeting · Current guidance on regulatory changes, incentives, penalties and deadlines · Six case studies

Table of Contents Part I: Healthcare Finance Overview Part II: Record Financial Operations Part III: Tools to Analyze & Understand Financial Operations Part IV: Report & Measure Financial Results Part V: Tools to Review & Manage Comparative Data Part VI: Construct & Evaluate Budgets Part VII: Tools to Plan, Monitor, & Manage Financial Status Part VIII: Technology as a Financial Tool Part IX: Allocate Resources and Acquire Funds Part X: Case Study Part XI: Mini-Case Studies

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7894-1 Paperback • 441 pages • © 2011

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FINANCE & ACCOUNTING

NEW

Essentials of Health Care Finance SEVENTH EDITION William O. Cleverley, PhD, Cleverley & Associates, The Ohio State University, Columbus Paula H. Song, PhD, The Ohio State University, Columbus James O. Cleverley, MHA, Principal, Cleverley & Associates

Essentials of Health Care Finance explores finance theory and its practical application in health care across a full range of facilities, from hospitals and home health agencies to skilled nursing facilities, surgical centers, and private physician practices. Relevant and readable, this Seventh Edition is fully revised and updated to include real-world examples of financial problems and solutions; actionable benchmarking data; plus learning objectives that highlight key skills and concepts. “...a very thorough explanation and discussion of the financial issues faced by today’s healthcare executive. ...a valuable resource for healthcare administrators, managers, and financial managers.” —Kim B. Brannagan, PhD, MBA, RN, MSN, BS Ed, CPT, Loyola University New Orleans ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8929-9 Paperback • 578 pages • © 2012

Essentials of Cost Accounting for Health Care Organizations

SECOND EDITION

THIRD EDITION

Steven A. Finkler, PhD, CPA, The Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, New York University David M. Ward, PhD, Westbrook College of Health Professions, University of New England, Portland Thad D. Calabrese, PhD, School of Public Affairs, Baruch College, CUNY

Steven A. Finkler, PhD, CPA, Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, New York University David M. Ward, PhD, College of Health Professions, University of New England, Biddeford Judith J. Baker, PhD, CPA, The Resource Group, LTD.

Accounting Fundamentals for Health Care Management is ideal for an introductory course in financial accounting in both undergraduate and graduate programs. It contains the vocabulary of and an introduction to the tools and concepts employed by finance officers and is indispensable for anyone who manages a department and a budget.

This comprehensive text applies the tools and techniques of cost accounting to the health services field. It is unique in that it goes beyond the introductory level and provides an advanced, in-depth look at cost accounting for healthcare managers. Each concept is thoroughly illustrated using practical, real-world examples drawn from every sector of the healthcare industry.

The Second Edition offers many new graphs, charts, tables, and Microsoft® Excel screen captures, as well as coverage of current topics such as market-to-market accounting, the subprime economic crisis, and International Financial Reporting Standards. A new chapter examines issues around ethics and fraud. The book is accompanied by online learning materials including chapter questions and problems, Excel templates, and more. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-4528-1 Paperback • 232 pages • © 2013

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Accounting Fundamentals for Health Care Management

Divided into four sections, the book covers the foundations of cost accounting, information for planning and control, tools to aid in decision making, and future trends. The Third Edition has been thoroughly revised to reflect the recent changes in Medicare/ Medicaid and includes a new chapter on activity-based costing. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-3813-6 Paperback • 484 pages • © 2007

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ECONOMICS

The Economics of Health and Medical Care SIXTH EDITION

Lanis L. Hicks The Economics of Health and Medical Care is an introduction to population-based health economics as well as the traditional, market-oriented approach to healthcare economics. The book examines economics through the lens of descriptive, explanatory, and evaluative economics. The Sixth Edition is an extensive revision that refines its approach to evaluative economics by focusing on the tools and methods used to inform decision making, with a particular emphasis on determining alternative approaches to addressing a problem, issue, or decision and comparing the relative benefits and costs of those approaches.

The Sixth Edition also offers:

NEW

• Expanded material on health insurance to incorporate more theory regarding insurance markets and also the substantial implications that insurance has for efficiency in the healthcare industry. • New coverage of healthcare reform and its impact on different sectors of the economy and on different individuals in the system. • New coverage of other changes in health policy, such as the implications of the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act.

ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-6539-5 • Paperback with Access Code 450 pages • © 2014 • Available Fall 2012

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Companion Website Each new copy of this text comes packaged with an access code. card that gives your students entry to a companion website offering a wealth of interactive tools to engage them in learning:

ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-6501-2

• Interactive Flashcards guide them through key definitions • Crossword Puzzles provide a fun and interactive overview of terms from each chapter. • Interactive Glossary allows them to instantly view definitions of key terms from the book—search by keyword, browse alphabetically, or browse by chapter. • Matching Questions reinforce concepts through engaging, hands-on exercises. • Web Links showcase external sites that provide additional material.

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ECONOMICS / HEALTH INSURANCE

NEW

Essentials of Health Economics

Managed Care What It Is and How It Works

Essentials of Managed Health Care

Diane M. Dewar, PhD, School of Public Health, University at Albany, SUNY

THIRD EDITION

SIXTH EDITION

Peter R. Kongstvedt, MD, George Mason University

Peter R. Kongstvedt, MD, George Mason University

The Third Edition of Managed Care: What It Is and How It Works is a concise introduction to the foundations of the American managed healthcare system. Written in clear and accessible language, this handy guide offers an historical overview of managed care and then walks the reader through the organizational structures, concepts, and practices of the managed care industry.

Essentials of Managed Health Care, Sixth Edition provides a comprehensive overview of the key strategic, tactical, and operational aspects related to managed health care and health insurance. With a primary focus on the commercial sector, this book also addresses managed health care in Medicare, Medicaid, and in military medical care. An historical overview and a discussion of taxonomy and functional differences between different forms of managed health care provide the framework for the operational aspects of the industry.

Essentials of Health Economics takes a timely approach to the study of the public health care system through the lens of economics. With the use of numerous examples and profiles related to the field, students and faculty will be able to grasp the importance and relevance of health economics as well as how it relates to more general analysis of health policy issues. This book has wide appeal among students of public health and health administration, because it conveys the essence of the economic issues at hand while avoiding complicated methodological issues that would interest only students of economics. It is written with the non-specialist in mind, while focusing on how to do descriptive, explanatory, and evaluative economics in a systematic way. Essential Public Health Series title. Learn more at www.essentialpublichealth.com

This thorough revision has been completely updated with all the latest data on this dynamic industry and features all new sections on pay for performance, consumer directed health plans, new approaches to care management, as well as advances in information technology. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5911-7 Paperback • 275 pages • © 2009

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ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-3164-2 Paperback • 192 pages • © 2010

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The Sixth Edition features a new chapter on the Affordable Care Act, a new chapter on enrollment and billing, a new chapter on fraud and abuse, a completely rewritten chapter on information systems and electronic data interchange, and a new chapter on physician practice behavior and managed health care. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-5331-6 Paperback with Access Code 694 pages • © 2013

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LAW & ETHICS

Legal Aspects of Health Care Administration ELEVENTH EDITION

George D. Pozgar, MBA, CHE Healthcare administrators face an increasingly complex maze of legal issues as government regulation evolves and corporate structures adapt to meet the changing demands of their myriad constituencies. With a new emphasis on the ethical challenges of providing quality care amidst these powerful and often chaotic industry forces, this Eleventh Edition helps future administrators navigate the core industry issues of patient-centered care, the future workforce and the culture of compassion. With over 35 years of experience as administrator, consultant and surveyor across 650 hospitals, author George D. Pozgar provides a uniquely accessible tool for grasping the legal complexities of health care through array of real-life case studies, precedentmaking court cases and key statistical data. In the Eleventh Edition, Pozgar once again invites the reader to explore the comprehensive range of legal issues—from tort reform and healthcare fraud to reporting requirements and patient rights.

Key Features: · A dedicated and expanded chapter on the ethics of providing quality care · New case studies based on actual events · Refreshed court case discussions · Updated exhibits and tables · Reader-friendly and engaging format “…by far one of the best books that deals with the legal aspects of healthcare and a valuable resource for nurses in management positions and faculty that teach healthcare and the law.” —Billie Sills, RN, MSN, APRN, CLNC, East Tennessee State University

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8049-4 Hardcover • 604 pages • © 2012

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LAW & ETHICS

NEW

Problems in Health Care Law

NEW

Patient Care Case Law Ethics, Regulation, and Compliance

Challenges for the 21st Century

George D. Pozgar, MBA, CHE

TENTH EDITION John E. Steiner Jr., FACHE, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation

Now in its Tenth Edition, Problems in Health Care Law continues to be the authoritative foundational textbook that covers the key components of the United States legal system and its application to our healthcare system. Students will come away with a clear understanding of how individual rights are defined and protected in the healthcare setting; how healthcare services are defined, insured, and paid for; how individual providers organize and govern themselves; and many other core features of how our healthcare system is organized and administered. The Tenth Edition is an extensive revision that covers HIPAA, healthcare reform, and offers several chapters not included in previous editions. Under the guidance of new lead editor John E. Steiner, Jr., the new edition brings together the work of leading experts in the thick of healthcare reform, delivery, payment, client counseling, and contested legal matters. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-0462-2 Paperback • 900 pages • © 2014 Available Early 2013

Legal Essentials of Health Care Administration George D. Pozgar, MBA, CHE ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6130-1 Paperback • 365 pages • © 2009

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Designed for use by students and practicing health professionals. Patient Care Case Law: Ethics, Regulation, and Compliance will provide the reader with the necessary knowledge to become conversant with legal issues pertinent to their profession. The text is founded on applicable statutory and decisional authority, as well as the author’s specialized knowledge gained through extensive experience in the healthcare field, including the surveys of more than 700 hospitals and several thousand ambulatory sites throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Patient Care Case Law is useful as a standalone text or as a companion to the best-selling text from the same author: Legal Aspects of Health Care Administration, Eleventh Edition. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-0458-5 Paperback • 680 pages • © 2013

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Legal and Ethical Issues for Health Professionals THIRD EDITION George D. Pozgar, MBA, CHE ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-7211-9 Paperback with Access Code 562 pages • © 2013

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LAW & ETHICS

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Ethics in Health Administration A Practical Approach for Decision Makers SECOND EDITION Eileen E. Morrison, MPH, EdD, CHES, Texas State University, San Marcos

Given the many new advances in technology, the changing economy, and a renewed national discussion surrounding universal health care, today’s healthcare administrators require a strong foundation in practice-based ethics to confront the challenges of the current healthcare landscape. Ethics in Health Administration, Second Edition translates the principles and practice of ethics into usable information for application to the real world of healthcare administration and the critical issues faced by today’s healthcare administrators. With a new emphasis on the ethical challenges of providing quality care in today’s economy, the Second Edition is a thorough revision that includes new case studies as well as new information on patient-centered care, the future workforce, the culture of compassion, and more. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7327-4 Paperback • 363 pages • © 2011

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Health Care Ethics Critical Issues for the 21st Century THIRD EDITION Eileen E. Morrison, MPH, EdD, CHES, Texas State University, San Marcos Elizabeth A. Furlong, Creighton University

Organized around four central themes in healthcare ethics (theoretical foundations and issues for individuals, organizations, and society), Health Care Ethics: Critical Issues for the 21st Century brings together the insights of leading experts in the fields of bioethics, long-term care, health administration, and more. Designed for graduate and upper level graduate programs, this text challenges the reader to think beyond the existing system of medicine and inspires further exploration and thought. The Third Edition offers two new chapters that examine the ethics of healthcare reform and the ethical issues related to the populations not covered by the Affordable Care Act. A third new chapter looks at ethics related to assisted living. All other chapters have been updated with coverage of the newest medical technologies, new discussions, and more. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-6535-7 Paperback with Access Code • 475 pages © 2014 • Available Summer 2013

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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

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NEW

NEW

The Health Care Manager’s Human Resources Handbook

Basic Concepts of Health Care Human Resource Management

SECOND EDITION

Nancy J. Niles, MS, MPH, PhD, Lander University

Charles R. McConnell, MBA, CM

This classic handbook on Human Resource Management (HRM) is written for healthcare department managers who must relate to and work with HRM departments and manage personnel. For each topic addressed, the book provides pertinent background information, the HRM department’s responsibilities, where and how HRM interfaces with the line management, the HRM responsibilities of the manager, and how the manager can get the best from the HRM function.

This reader-friendly text covers the most basic concepts of Human Resource Management (HRM) in the healthcare services field. Unlike other texts on the subject, this resource uniquely provides the student with opportunities to apply concepts through end-of-chapter workbook exercises.

The Second Edition brings the book up to date by addressing important changes in the field such as pressure on HR departments to operate with fewer staff, tendency toward decentralization for certain HR activities, impact of organizational flattening and mergers and acquisitions, newer laws that impact recruiting and interviewing, as well as documentation, termination, legal action, and unions.

Beginning with a survey of HRM, from its beginnings to present-day trends, the text moves on to cover state and federal healthcare laws, codes of ethics, staffing organizations, training and development, employee relations, and long-term planning. Each section focuses on a key area of HRM, with individual chapters providing support materials and resources for personnel. The text is designed to be equally accessible and useful for both established human resource departments in large-scale organizations and general managers of smaller organizations with no specialized HR department.

ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-5739-0 Paperback • 325 pages • © 2013 Available Summer 2012

ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-5329-3 Paperback with Access Code 364 pages • © 2013

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Human Resource Management in Health Care Principles and Practice SECOND EDITION L. Fleming Fallon Jr., MD, DrPH, MBA, Bowling Green State University Charles R. McConnell, MBA, CM ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-8883-7 Paperback • 450 Pages • © 2014 Available Summer 2013

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The Health Care Manager’s Legal Guide Charles R. McConnell, MBA, CM ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6620-7 Paperback • 248 pages • © 2011

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ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR, THEORY, & DESIGN

Organizational Behavior in Health Care SECOND EDITION

Organizational Behavior, Theory, and Design in Health Care

Nancy Borkowski, DBA, CPA, FACHE, Stempel School of Public Health, Florida International University

Nancy Borkowski, DBA, CPA, FACHE, Stempel School of Public Health, Florida International University

2005 AJN Book-of-the-Year Award Winner! Organizational Behavior in Health Care was written to assist those who are on the frontline of the industry everyday—healthcare managers who must motivate and lead very diverse populations in a constantly changing environment. Designed for graduate-level study, this book introduces the reader to the behavioral science literature relevant to the study of individual and group behavior, specifically in healthcare settings.

Using a unique mesoperspective, award-winning author Nancy Borkowski explores healthcare organizations from both the micro-level (individual behavior in leadership, intrapersonal and interpersonal issues, groups and teams, managing organizational change) as well as the macro-level (the organization as a whole). Future and practicing healthcare managers alike will benefit from this reader-friendly, practical text which draws deeply from current research articles, case studies, and healthcare management journals.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6383-1 • Paperback • 420 pages • © 2011

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ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4285-0 • Paperback • 510 pages • © 2009

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NEW

Case Studies in Organizational Theory and Behavior

Health Organizations

Gloria Deckard, PhD, Florida International University Nancy Borkowski, DBA, CPA, FACHE, Stempel School of Public, Florida International University

James A. Johnson, PhD, MPA, MS, Central Michigan University and Auburn University at Montgomery

This compendium of cases examines managerial and organizational behavior concepts put to practice in everyday, real-world healthcare settings. Through these cases, students will gain skills, confidence, and a clear understanding of the application of theory. This is one of the few collections that offers case studies specific to the theories of organizational behavior, within the healthcare setting. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-3428-5 • Paperback • 350 Pages • © 2014 Available Summer 2013 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/Deckard

Theory, Behavior, and Development

In a single volume, this text thoroughly examines organization theory, organization behavior, and organization development in the unique context of the healthcare setting. Each section contains key chapters that address foundations, research, and new directions in these domains. With many case studies, in-class exercises, discussion points, and graphic models; it is an ideal text for undergraduate and graduate students in health administration, nursing, and public health. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5053-4 • Paperback • 423 pages • © 2009

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MARKETING & STRATEGIC PLANNING

An Interview With

ERIC BERKOWITZ Why is a study of marketing important for those pursuing a career in Health Care Administration? JBLearning:

Dr. Berkowitz: Some 30 years ago, the ques-

tion of why study healthcare marketing was one that was frequently posed, as it was a new discipline within health care and certainly within the domain of healthcare management.

Essentials of Health Care Marketing THIRD EDITION Eric N. Berkowitz, PhD, Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Essentials of Health Care Marketing, Third Edition will provide your students with a foundational knowledge of the principles of marketing and their particular application in health care. Moreover, the text offers a perspective on how these principles must shift in response to the changing environmental forces that are unique to this market. The Third Edition examines the major environmental changes in health care as they relate to the key areas of marketing. Topics such as web 2.0, new models for distribution, health insurance changes and the issue of value to the customer, and the implication for marketing are all thoroughly covered. Changes in quality and safety initiatives, demographic changes, regulatory shifts, and global competition are thoroughly examined. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8333-4 Paperback • 516 pages • © 2011

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However, since the early 1980s—as the inThe significant dustry and the profession of medicine has seen a dramatic shift from fee-for-service “With every evolutionary through the eras of HMOs to managed care, change in health care and now into an era of over the past 30 to 35 Accountable Care Organizations—there is the years, there has often ever greater realization, been a pause and the that like every other segquestion of whether ment of society, health care is a business.

marketing may still be or relevant.”

Profit and not-for-profnecessary it organizations within this sector of the economy have customers (be they physicians who refer patients, companies with whom they have contracts, government agencies to whom they may have to respond, or taxpayers who pass tax levies to support their missions) and there are channels of distribution through which services are delivered, and other “principles of marketing” that must be understood to most effectively and efficiently manage the operation of the organization. The myopic view of marketing is that it is only advertising, but the study of marketing makes one cognizant of the full range of what marketing is and the components that can be utilized in the delivery of healthcare services. JBLearning: Considering the recent health-

care reform legislation, will we still need to market healthcare services?

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With every evolutionary change in health care over the past 30 to 35 years, there has often been a pause and the question of whether marketing may still be necessary or relevant. In the 1960s and through most of the 1970s, the United States existed in a healthcare delivery system where the reimbursement model was fee-for-service. The value of marketing was to attract paying patients. Dr. Berkowitz:

movement of the 80s through the early 90s was to health maintenance organizations in which entities like Group Health Cooperative and Kaiser attracted a large number of patients and covered their care. The focus was on going after employers in more of an industrial marketing model. Personal selling to the corporate buyer was a major focus of activity. In the later ‘90s, the shift was away from HMOs to managed care and contractual medicine where contracts were being made more with insurers and hospitals. The focus shifted as many hospitals began to form large health systems and promotion of these health systems was a key as they had contracts.

Now, will there be any future role for marketing? It may be greater than ever! While the reform legislation has yet to fully play out, some accountable care organizations have formed at some larger group practices around the country. In many respects these entities are again being responsible for managing the health care of individuals (they are accountable for their care). Read the full interview at http://blogs.jblearning.com/health/

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NEW

Cases in Health Care Marketing

Health Care Market Strategy

Managing Health Care Business Strategy

From Planning to Action

George B. Moseley III, MBA, JD

FOURTH EDITION Steven G. Hillestad, BA, MA, University of Minnesota Eric N. Berkowitz, PhD, Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Health Care Market Strategy bridges the gap between marketing theory and implementation. Your students will use concepts learned in introductory marketing courses in concert with the authors’ own unique model—called the strategy/action match. The new Fourth Edition offers the latest practical applications for strategy development, the marketing planning process, the challenges of a competitive marketplace, organizational vision, and other critical aspects of healthcare marketing. It covers new healthcare delivery models, increasing competition, foreign competitors, and healthcare reform, as well as new models and methods to help organizations create a clear and precise vision. An examination of the link between the vision created in the boardroom and the tactics used in the marketing division rounds out this unique text. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8928-2 Paperback • 400 pages • © 2013

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This is the definitive text on strategic planning and management in healthcare organizations for courses in health care in undergraduate, business, and medical schools, as well as the allied health professions. The book thoroughly examines the strategic environment in health care, explains the special procedures and options available to healthcare organizations, and provides real-life examples and case studies. It includes not only a description of the basic multi-step process of creating and then managing a strategic plan, but also a detailed look at the role played by the key business functions (finance, marketing, human resources, information technology, and law) as well as specific strategic options (merger/acquisition, reorganization, joint venture) and some of the popular tools for analyzing strategic situations (balanced scorecard, Six Sigma, SWOT). ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-3416-9 Hardcover • 344 pages • © 2009

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John L. Fortenberry, Jr., MBA, PhD, PhD, School of Business Administration, LSU Shreveport ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6448-7 Paperback • 244 pages • © 2011

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Health Care Marketing Tools and Techniques THIRD EDITION John L. Fortenberry, Jr., MBA, PhD, PhD, School of Business Administration, LSU Shreveport ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6327-5 Hardcover • 311 pages • © 2010

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QUALITY IMPROVEMENT

Integrating Quality and Strategy in Health Care Organizations Sarmad Sadeghi, MD, PhD, Taussig Cancer Center, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio Afsaneh Barzi, MD, PhD, Keck Medical Center, Norris Cancer Center, University of Southern California, Los Angeles Osama Mikhail, PhD, Fleming Center at the School of Public Health, University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston M. Michael Shabot, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Memorial Hermann Healthcare System, School of Biomedical Informatics, University of Texas Health Science Center Integrating Quality and Strategy in Health Care Organizations equips current and future healthcare executives with a more actionable knowledgebase of clinical quality, by incorporating quality concepts into what we call the “performance-driven planning” process.

NEW

Readers of this book will be better able to assess and measure quality efforts in their own organization, as part of a comprehensive strategic management process which balances quality with other aspects of organizational performance. Written by authors with significant medical and administrative experience in health care, this book will serve as a useful guide for both new and experienced healthcare administrators seeking to improve their quality outcomes while balancing other performance goals. “Quality is elusive. Not only achieving it. But defining it. Measuring it. Planning it. And improving it. That’s why Integrating Quality and Strategy in Health Care Organizations is a book whose time has come. Drs. Sarmad Sadeghi, Afsaneh Barzi, Osama Mikhail, and Michael Shabot take nothing for granted. They provide a bedrock definition for quality. They construct their arguments and observations on a foundational understanding of healthcare organization, and the strategic role of quality in the evolving dynamics of the American healthcare system. The result is a document of surpassing utility—combining a basic introduction to the topic of quality in health care with high-level analysis and advice for current and future leaders in medicine and public health.” —Delos M. Cosgrove, MD, CEO and President of Cleveland Clinic

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ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-9540-5 Paperback • 250 pages • © 2013

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Contents: Chapter 1: Understanding the U.S. Healthcare System Chapter 2: Understanding the Healthcare Organization Chapter 3: General Concepts in Quality Chapter 4: Current State of Quality Measurement: External Dynamics Chapter 5: Current State of Quality Measurement: Internal Dynamics Chapter 6: Measuring Quality of Inpatient Care Chapter 7: Understanding Quality and Performance Chapter 8: Quantifying the Quality Performance Gaps Chapter 9: Closing the Gaps Chapter 10: Case Studies in Healthcare Quality

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QUALITY IMPROVEMENT

McLaughlin and Kaluzny’s Continuous Quality Improvement in Health Care FOURTH EDITION

William A. Sollecito, DrPH, Gillings School of Global Public Health, UNC Chapel Hill Julie K. Johnson, MSPH, PhD, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia “...this book could not be more timely. It presents a road map and a ‘how to’ guide for the leadership of a healthcare transformation that is the core work of this generation of caring professionals.” —Brent James, MD, The Institute for Health Care Delivery Research Through a unique interdisciplinary perspective on quality management in health care, this text covers the subjects of operations management, organizational behavior, and health services research. With a particular focus on Total Quality Management (TQM) and Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI), the challenges of implementation and institutionalization are addressed using examples from a variety of healthcare organizations, including primary care clinics, hospital laboratories, public health departments, and academic health centers.

New to the Fourth Edition: ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8154-5 Paperback • 624 pages • © 2013

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• All chapters have been updated to reflect recent trends in healthcare including the more global focus of CQI. • New introductory chapters summarize the evolution of CQI and discuss the factors influencing the application and diffusion of CQI. • Several new chapters cover current topics such as the role of the patient in CQI, social marketing as an approach to CQI, assessing risk and harm in patient care, CQI in public health organizations, quality improvement in nursing, and quality improvement in resourcepoor countries.

Implementing Continuous Quality Improvement in Health Care A Global Casebook

Curtis P. McLaughlin, DBA, Gillings School of Global Public Health, UNC Chapel Hill Julie K. Johnson, MSPH, PhD, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia William A. Sollecito, DrPH, Gillings School of Global Public Health, UNC Chapel Hill This collection of 20 case studies covers a broad range of subjects related to healthcare quality improvement efforts. Ideal as complement to the new Fourth Edition of Implementing Continuous Quality Improvement in Health Care, these case studies explore themes such as CQI in Ghana Malaria Control, CQI to reduce central line infections in a pediatric hospital, a mother’s advocacy group against medical errors, WHO Safe Surgery Saves Lives Campaign, The Malcolm Baldrige Award Process in Health Care, Comparison of NICE and similar agencies for comparative effectiveness research, and much more. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-9536-8 Paperback • 394 pages • © 2012

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QUALITY IMPROVEMENT

Conducting Health Outcomes Research Basics of Health Care Performance Improvement

Advanced Performance Improvement in Health Care

A Six Sigma Approach

Principles and Methods

Donald E. Lighter, MD, MBA, FAAP, Director, The Institute for Healthcare Quality Research and Education

Donald E. Lighter, MD, MBA, FAAP, Director, The Institute for Healthcare Quality Research and Education

While quality improvement methods and approaches have become well accepted in American industry, they have been slower to catch on in the largest of American industries—that of healthcare services. Loaded with case studies, this unique resource is ideal for students learning the basics of Lean Six Sigma, and its application in improving healthcare quality and patient outcomes.

Advanced Performance Improvement in Health Care provides a results-oriented approach to rehabilitating an ailing healthcare system. With his innovative, instructive strategies, Donald Lighter offers a welcome road map to guide meaningful change in the industry and to equip healthcare managers to meet 21st century challenges.

Topic areas include: DMAIC Phase Tools; creating the business case for improving healthcare performance; group processes in healthcare PI; process tools in QI; medical informatics and data resources; process control; advanced statistical applications; approaches to improvement —standardization; integration of care systems; alignment and integration of performance improvement systems; and the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.

Illustrated with easy-to-follow diagrams and flow charts, this unique compilation of management, analytical, and statistical methods and techniques serves as a comprehensive guide to harnessing today’s technology and developing a culture of quality. It provides future and practicing healthcare leaders with the specific knowledge and vital tools for creating and advocating for qualitycentric, next-generation healthcare organizations. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6449-4 Paperback • 446 pages • © 2011

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7214-7 Paperback • 342 pages • © 2013

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Robert L. Kane, MD, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis David M. Radosevich, PhD, RN, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8677-9 Paperback • 354 pages • © 2011

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Healthcare Outcomes Management Strategies for Planning and Evaluation Dale J. Block, MD, CPE, Block Medical Consulting, LLC and Nature Coast Family Health Center ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-3389-6 Paperback • 265 pages • © 2006

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PATIENT SAFETY & RISK MANAGEMENT

NEW

Patient Safety Handbook

NEW

SECOND EDITION

Principles of Risk Management and Patient Safety

Barbara J. Youngberg, JD, BSN, MSW, FASHRM, College of Law, Loyola University, Chicago

Barbara J. Youngberg, JD, BSN, MSW, FASHRM, College of Law, Loyola University, Chicago

This comprehensive handbook on patient safety and risk management reflects the goals of many in the healthcare industry to advance the reliability of healthcare systems worldwide. The new Second Edition looks at all the recent changes in the industry and offers practical guidance on implementing systems and processes to improve outcomes and advance patient safety.

Principles of Risk Management and Patient Safety offers a comprehensive review of the current issues that formulate the basis of a risk management program and provides the knowledge that a risk manager would be expected to have.

Covering the full spectrum of patient safety and risk reduction, it builds from the fundamentals of the science of safety, to a thorough discussion of operational issues and the actual application of the principles of research. Real-life case studies from prominent healthcare organizations and their leadership help you apply proven strategies to your patient safety program. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7404-2 Hardcover • 750 pages • © 2014 Available Fall 2012

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Divided into four sections, the book describes the current state of the healthcare delivery system and explores the importance of working with other sectors of the healthcare industry, such as pharmaceutical and device manufacturing. The final sections focus on three main components of the risk manager’s responsibility— claims management, risk financing, and proactive loss control—and offers solutions for seamless integration between risk management and patient safety functions. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7405-9 Paperback • 504 pages • © 2011

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Case Studies in Patient Safety Foundations for Core Competencies Julie K. Johnson, MSPH, PhD, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia Helen Haskell, MA Paul Barach, MD, MPH

This book offers a series of case studies on patient safety—specifically errors that lead to preventable patient harm—told from the perspective of the patient and family. The reader is guided through a structured analysis of the events, eliciting lessons learned and strategies for preventing similar events in the future. Learning objectives for each case facilitate the reader’s development of a set of core competencies related to improving safety and quality of health care. Students of the health professions (medical, nursing, pharmacy, health administration, public health) as well as practicing professionals (patient safety officers, chief quality officers, risk managers, health service researchers) will gain valuable insight into the realworld of medical errors and a better understanding of how they can be prevented through practical, actionable methods. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-8154-8 Paperback • 325 pages • © 2014 Available Summer 2013 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/SafetyCases

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PATIENT COMMUNICATION / RISK MANAGEMENT

Communication Skills for the Health Care Professional

Cultural Competency for Health Administration and Public Health

Concepts, Practice, and Evidence

Patti R. Rose, MPH, EdD, Lecturer, University of Miami

SECOND EDITION Gwen van Servellen, PhD, RN, FAAN, UCLA School of Nursing

As the first classroom resource to address the connection between communication practices and quality patient care outcomes, this text provides future and practicing patient caregivers with basic communication knowledge and skills, making it an invaluable resource for those in administrative functions as well. The Second Edition features five new chapters covering communicating with patients with low literacy, health communications and quality care, health communications to enhance behavioral change, the Internet and communications between patient and provider, altering systems of care and implications for healthcare communications. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5557-7 • Paperback • 485 pages • © 2009

Cultural Competency for Health Administration and Public Health is a clear and concise introduction to the topics and tools necessary for the application of cultural competency processes in various healthcare settings. The chapters offer an overview of demographic changes in the United States, as well as accreditation requirements and cultural competency, cultural nuances of specific groups, and a comprehensive review of the Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) Standards and beyond. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6164-6 • Paperback • 176 pages • © 2011

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Patient Advocacy for Health Care Quality

Risk Management in Health Care Institutions

Strategies for Achieving PatientCentered Care

Limiting Liability and Enhancing Care

Jo Anne L. Earp, ScD, Gillings School of Global Public Health, UNC Chapel Hill Elizabeth A. French, MA, Gillings School of Global Public Health, UNC Chapel Hill Melissa B. Gilkey, MPH, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

This unique resource goes beyond an examination of healthcare quality issues; it explores how advocacy—by professionals and lay-people from within and from outside health systems—can help ensure that best practices get adopted. In highly readable prose, Patient Advocacy for Health Care Quality blends many concrete examples, real-life vignettes, and upto-date research literature. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4961-3 • Paperback • 614 pages • © 2008

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THIRD EDITION Florence Kavaler, MD, MPH, SUNY, Brooklyn Raymond S. Alexander, NEW MBA, MS, Alexander, Wollman & Stark

This thoroughly revised text covers the basic concepts of risk management and employment practices, as well as specific risk areas—including medical malpractice, strategies to reduce liability, managing positions, and litigation alternatives. With a new emphasis on outpatient medicine and the risks associated with EMRs, Risk Management in Health Care Institutions offers readers the opportunity to organize and devise a successful risk management program, making it the perfect resource for governing boards, CEOs, administrators, risk management professionals, and health profession students. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-4565-6 • Paperback • 450 pages • © 2014 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/kavaler3

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HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT & TECHNOLOGY

Adaptive Health Management Information Systems Concepts, Cases, and Practical Applications THIRD EDITION

Joseph Tan, PhD, Wayne State University, School of Business Administration Fay Cobb Payton, PhD, North Carolina State University, Raleigh Adaptive Health Management Information Systems, Third Edition is for instructors who want to keep pace with rapid changes in the field of Healthcare Management Information Systems (HMIS) and Health Informatics (HI). This new edition is not simply an update of the previous one—it is a completely reorganized, expanded, and rewritten text containing all new contributions, special sections, and streamlined discussions of more established as well as hot current topics. The chapters include motivating scenarios, real-world examples, recent press releases, mini-cases, stimulating chapter questions, illustrative graphics, tables, exhibits, and additional readings. Significant updates and complete revisions have been integrated throughout the text.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5691-8 Paperback • 414 pages • © 2010

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“Joseph Tan with Fay Cobb Payton and colleagues have done an excellent job of describing not only the technology and information needs of this dynamic time but also have done an extraordinary job of investigating those influential forces or critical success factors that have an impact on current and future-oriented health information management systems and their use to support a growing network of multi-provider health care delivery services in an age of globalization, continuing knowledge explosion and technological innovation diffusion.” —Homer H. Schmitz, PhD, Interim Dean and Professor, School of Public Health, Saint Louis University, Saint Louis, Missouri

Health Information Technology Basics

A Concise Guide to Principles and Practice Teri Thomas-Brogan, MS, RHIA, Griffin Technical College Health Information Technology Basics gives your students an introduction to the fundamental concepts of the health information technology profession. Perfect for introductory courses where core material in the health information profession is being introduced, this book is written for associate degree level HIT programs at technical, community, or career colleges. The text begins with an introduction to the U.S. health care system and explores career opportunities within the health information profession. The health record is dissected and its many components are carefully reviewed. The book also examines various formats of the medical record and analyzes the advantage and disadvantages of the EHR. Finally, the text covers medical terminologies and classification systems and outlines the basics of reimbursement systems.

Key Features:

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4687-2 Paperback • 180 pages • © 2009

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• Each chapter begins with learning objectives and key terms to give the reader a synopsis of what he/she should expect to learn. • Additional resources are listed at the end of each chapter for further exploration of the information covered in the chapter. • A glossary is included for quick reference of main terms presented throughout the text.

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HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT & TECHNOLOGY

Medical Records and the Law FOURTH EDITION William H. Roach Jr., MS, JD ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-3445-9 Hardcover • 591 pages • © 2006

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Essentials of Statistics in Health Information Technology

Comprehensive Review Guide for Health Information

Carol E. Osborn, PhD, RHIA, The Ohio State University Health System

RHIA & RHIT Exam Prep

This text provides a solid foundation of the fundamentals of statistics in health information technology in an accessible and reader-friendly format. A single case study is woven throughout the book to serve as an example for each statistical process covered. Attention is given to morbidity and mortality measures, graphical display of data, measurement, central tendency and variability, normal distribution and statistical inference, and inferential statistics.

Ethical Challenges in the Management of Health Information SECOND EDITION

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5034-3 Paperback • 292 pages • © 2008

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Laurinda Beebe Harman, PhD, RHIA, Temple University ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4732-9 Paperback • 655 pages • © 2006

Written specifically for health information technology students who need a basic understanding of the topic, this text is ideal for those with a modest background in mathematics and no prior training in statistics.

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Carla Tyson-Howard, MHA, RHIA, EdD, Houston Community College Shirlyn C. Thomas, MEd, RHIA, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Comprehensive Review Guide for Health Information serves as a personal tutor for HIM students to review the major learning competencies that will be tested on the exams. This review guide comes complete with a combination review book/workbook, audio tutorials, and a CD-ROM. The workbook section, divided by knowledge clusters, contains short answer, fill in the blank, and matching questions to assess the students’ understanding of the competency after using the comprehensive review book section and listening to audio recordings. At the end of every knowledge cluster, a multiple choice test simulates the questions on the national RHIA and RHIT exams. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5661-1 Paperback with Access Code 461 pages • © 2009

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SPECIAL TOPICS IN HEALTH ADMINISTRATION

Collaboration Across the Disciplines in Health Care Brenda Freshman, PhD, California State University, Long Beach Louis Rubino, PhD, FACHE, California State University, Northridge Yolanda Reid Chassiakos, MD, FAAP, California State University, Northridge

Collaboration Across the Disciplines in Health Care brings together seasoned professionals from a variety of disciplines who present their diverse perspectives on collaboration across the spectrum of the healthcare fields. Using a learningcentered approach, this unique resource helps the reader develop communication skills and prepares them to work interprofessionally with those who have different perspectives and thought processes. Perfect for senior-level undergraduate and graduate courses in health services administration, allied health, and nursing, this current and engaging text offers experiential activities to facilitate learning. Cases studies and accompanying case questions can be used in student learning assessments. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5558-4 Paperback • 399 pages • © 2010

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Transforming Health Care Management

Health Care Operations Management

Integrating Technology Strategies

A Quantitative Approach to Business and Logistics

Ivan J. Barrick, PhD, FACHE, University of Southern Indiana

James R. Langabeer II, MBA, PhD, University of Texas School of Public Health

Using straightforward, accessible language, Transforming Health Care Management is a comprehensive primer on the most progressive tools and techniques currently used for assessing healthcare systems and healthcare process effectiveness. Featuring many vignettes from the author’s years of professional experience, this unique text focuses on key concepts and applications rather than theory and jargon.

Hospitals are large and complex organizations, yet they function largely without the sophistication and technology inherent in other large businesses. In a time when well over half of all hospitals report negative operating margins, driving down costs by achieving operational excellence is one of the most important yet overlooked areas.

It presents an integrated, multidisciplinary approach while examining fundamental concepts. It will thoroughly prepare the reader to design, implement, manage, operate, monitor, or improve technology, processes, and programs and is an ideal text for those studying healthcare information technology, operations research, systems analysis, process improvement, or informatics. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4450-2 Paperback • 236 pages • © 2009

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This text provides a well-rounded, comprehensive treaty on all aspects of operations management specific to the healthcare industry. It covers everything from hospital finances to project management, patient flows, performance management, process improvement, and supply chain management. It is written to balance theoretical and practical perspectives, by an author who has served both in senior-level management positions in large health systems, as well as extensive university research on the topic. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5051-0 Hardcover • 438 pages • © 2008

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PROFESSIONAL REFERENCE

Outbreak Investigation, Prevention, and Control in Health Care Settings

Legal Liabilities in Safety and Loss Prevention

Critical Issues in Patient Safety

Thomas D. Schneid, Graduate Program Director, Department of Safety, Security, and Emergency Management, Eastern Kentucky University

A Practical Guide SECOND EDITION

SECOND EDITION Kathleen Meehan Arias, MS, MT (ASCP), CIC, Arias Infection Control Consulting, LLC

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7984-9 Paperback • 466 pages • © 2011

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ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5779-3 Paperback • 435 pages • © 2010

Human Parasitic Diseases Sourcebook

Public Health Laboratories Analysis, Operations, and Management

Stephen A. Berger, MD, Director, Microbiology, Tel Aviv Medical Center, Israel John Marr, MD, Office of Epidemiology, Virginia Department of Health

Wiley D. Jenkins, PhD, MPH, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7102-7 Paperback • 288 pages • © 2011

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-2962-2 Spiral • 538 pages • © 2006

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Sexually Transmitted Infections

Patient Safety Handbook

Diagnosis, Management, and Treatment

Barbara J. Youngberg, JD, BSN, MSW, FASHRM, College of Law, Loyola University, Chicago

Jonathan M. Zenilman, MD, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Mohsen Shahmanesh, MD, FRCP, Whittal Street Clinic, Birmingham, United Kingdom

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7404-2 Hardcover • 750 pages • © 2014 Available Fall 2012

SECOND EDITION

NEW

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-8675-5 Hardcover • 466 pages • © 2012

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AUTHOR INDEX

Arias, Kathleen Meehan 

74

Hicks, Lanis 

57

Osborn, Carol E.  

72

Aschengrau, Ann

19

Hicks, Nancy J. 

33

Parvanta, Claudia 

33

Bailey, Susan 

34

Hillestad, Steven G.  

65

Phalen, Robert F. 

27

Baker Jr., Edward L. 

42

Hunting, Katherine 

11

Pozgar, George D. 

Baker, Judith J.  

55

Hynes, Patricia H.  

27

Pratt, John 

54

Barrick, Ivan J.  

73

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Reilly, Michael J.

43

Battle, Constance U.  

24

Issel, L. Michele

Resnick, Elissa

32

Berger, Stephen A. 

74

Jacobsen, Kathryn H. 

Richards, Ira

27

Berkowitz, Eric N.  

64

Jenkins, Wiley D.

Bernheim, Ruth Gaare

42

Johnson, James A.  

Block, Dale J.  

68

Johnson, Julie K.

Borkowski, Nancy 

63

Kane, Robert L. 

Buchbinder, Sharon B.

47, 49

31 14, 34

59-60

74

Riegelman, Richard

9, 39

14, 41-42, 63

Roach Jr., Willaim H.

72

69

Rose, Patti R. 

70

68

Rowitz, Louis

40

Kapp, Marshall B.  

54

Rubino, Louis

47

Burke, Robert E. 

40

Kapur, Girish Bobby 

43

Sadeghi, Sarmad

66

Burlage, Robert S.

27

Katz, Rebecca 

42

Schneid, Thomas D. 

74

Chattopadhyay, Amit 

24

Kavaler, Florence

70

Schneider, Mary-Jane

10

Cheng, Hong

33

Kebede-Francis, Enku 

17

Senie, Ruby T.  

25

Christoffel, Tom  

31

Kirsten, Wolf 

30

Sharma, Manoj 16, 30

Cleverley, William O. 

56

Kongstvedt, Peter R. 

58

Shi, Leiyu 

deVries, Catherine R.

17

Kotch, Jonathan B. 

35

Simons-Morton, Bruce 

28

Dewar, Diane M.

58

Labarthe, Darwin

23

Singh, Douglas A.  

54

DiClemente, Ralph J.  

28

Langabeer II, James R. 

73

Skolnik, Richard

15

Dworkin, Mark S. 

24

Ledlow, Gerald R.

50

Sollecito, William A.  

67

Earp, Jo Anne L.  

70

Levine, Ruth  

16

Sorel, Eliot 

17

Liebler, Joan Gratto  

51

Steiner Jr., John E. 

60

Lighter, Donald 

68

Sullivan, Lisa M

21

Edberg, Mark  Fallon Jr., L. Fleming 

28-29 40, 45, 62

12-13, 38

Finkler, Steven A.  

56

Loue, Sana 

25

Sultz, Harry A. 

13

Fortenberry Jr., John L. 

65

Lovett-Scott, Margie  

14

Szklo, Moyses

20

Frankenfeld, Cara L.

22

MacDonald, Pia D. M. 

23

Tan, Joseph  

Freshman, Brenda 

73

Maxwell, Nancy Irwin

26

Teitelbaum, Joel B. 

18, 19, 26

McConnell, Charles R.

46, 62

Friis, Robert H.

Thomas-Brogan, Teri 

71 36-39 72

Gerstman, B. Burt 

21

McDonnell, Alice

53

Turnock Bernard J. 

Gilmore, Gary D.

30

McKenzie, James F.

31

Tyson-Howard, Carla  

72

Gofin, Jamie 

17

McLaughlin, Curtis P. 

38, 67

van Servellen,  Gwen

70

Goldsmith, Seth B.

51

Merrill, Ray M. 

White, Ruth C.

35

Goodson, Patricia

30

Merson, Michael H. 

16

Wolper, Lawrence F.

50

Griffin, Donald J. 

52

Morrison, Ellen E.

61

Youngberg, Barbara J.  

69

Grobbee, Diederick E.

24

Moseley III, George B.  

65

Zenilman, Jonathan M.

25, 74

Harman, Laurinda Beebe 

72

Murthy, Padmini 

17

Harris, Randall E.

22

Nasca, Phillip C. 

23

Hayden, Joanna Aboyoun

28

Nash, David B.

11

Healey, Bernard J.  

31

Nelson, Kenrad E.

Hebel, J. Richard  

21

Niles, Nancy J. 

19-20, 25

10, 11

22 13, 39, 62

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