By: Anthony R. Kovner, PhD (Editor)
James R. Knickman, PhD (Editor)
Victoria D. Weisfeld, MPH
Leading thinkers, educators, and practitioners provide an in-depth and objective appraisal of why and how we organize health care the way we do. Jonas and Kovner's Health Care Delivery in the United States, 11th Edition discusses the enormous impact of health-related behaviors on the structure, function, and cost of the health care delivery system, and other emerging and recurrent issues in health policy, health care management, and public health. This 11th edition of a classic text for graduate and advanced undergraduate students presents the critical issues and core challenges surrounding our health care system.
- Includes major provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act of 2010
- Each chapter includes these special features: key concepts; extensive mapping resources; key words; learning objectives; discussion questions; and case studies
- Covers the newest models of care, such as Accountable Care Organizations and Integrated Delivery Systems
- Examines new ways of conceptualizing and assessing health care, including comparative effectiveness research
- Features contributions by leading scholars and key figures within the U.S. health care system, including John Billings, JD; Carolyn M. Clancy, MD; C. Tracy Orleans, PhD; and Michael S. Sparer, PhD, JD
- Contains new coverage of health reform, developing countries, population health, public health and catastrophic events, and a broadened discussion of the health care workforce
Jonas and Kovner's Health Care Delivery in the United States, 11th Edition is divided into five sections, in order to provide some coherence to this broad terrain.
Table of Contents
- Organization of This Book
Part I: Health Policy
- The Current U.S. Health Care System
- Health Policy & Health Reform
- Health Care Financing
- Comparative Health Systems
Part II. Population Health
- Population Health
- Public Health
- Health & Behavior
- Access to Care
Part III. Health Care Delivery
- Organization of Medical Care
- Integrative Models & Performance
- High Quality Health Care
- Health Care Costs & Value
- Comparative Effectiveness
Part IV. Support for Health Care Delivery
- Governance, Management, & Accountability
- Health Workforce
- Health Information Technology
Part V. The Future of Health Care Delivery
- The Future of Health Care Delivery in the United States (includes a new 5-year trend forecast)
"[A]n excellent introductory text for the study of this subject Professionals already practicing in health care delivery, health services research, or health policy will find this a handy and up-to-date reference with encyclopedic breadth.... Both groups will find ample resources for continuing education and will likely return to this text for quick reference for years to come," said S. Ryan Greysen, MD JAMA (From a review of the previous edition).
"This new edition brings order to the subject as well as a nuanced discussion of the systems complexities. The text is an important addition to a health professional's bookshelf," said Stephen S. Mick, PhD, FACHE Department of Health Administration
Virginia Commonwealth University.
"The timing of this book is impeccable. An exceptional primer for future health care leaders and a must read for all those interested in the most talked about topic today," said Kathleen Gallo, RN, PhD, MBA North Shore-LIJ Health System.