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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 2307

Health Care Technology Policy I: The Role of Technology in the Cost of Health Care
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 2307
Date Published: 6 December 1994
Softcover: 51 papers (488) pages
ISBN: 9780819416315

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Technology: quality at what cost
Author(s): J. Michael Fitzmaurice
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Who pays for biomedical research?
Author(s): Richard J. D'Augustine
Cost effective health care technologies: a joint grant program of the National Science Foundation (NSF) and The Whitaker Foundation
Author(s): Peter G. Katona; Dov Jaron
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Who should pay for biomedical-engineering technology development?
Author(s): Samuel G. Varnado
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Identifying incremental costs for successive generations of implantable cardiac pacemakers
Author(s): Allen A. Hughes
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How do we evaluate the cost of healthcare technology?
Author(s): Joel J. Nobel
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Role of technology in the cost of health care: is there a conflict between improved health delivery and lowering costs?
Author(s): Donald A. Young
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Magnetic resonance imaging as a case study of cost factors in high-technology health care delivery
Author(s): Leon Kaufman
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Need for outcomes research in evaluating the benefit of new health care technology
Author(s): A. Mark Fendrick
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Laser technology in the cost of health care
Author(s): John A. Parrish
Role of technology in the cost of health care: a new parameter in research and clinical applications
Author(s): Gilbert B. Devey
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Integration of medical and information technology in U.S. health care
Author(s): William H. Gruber; Marc M. Pollack; David S. Rosenthal
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Role of information systems in controlling costs: the electronic medical record (EMR) and the high-performance computing and communications (HPCC) efforts
Author(s): Luis G. Kun
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Crises of the uncontrolled and misunderstood numbers of health care costs
Author(s): Fidel Davila
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Role of the national information infrastructure on health care delivery in a resource-constrained environment
Author(s): Bijoy K. Khandheria; Barry K. Gilbert; Robert R. Hattery; Michael B. Wood; Abdul R. Bengali; Marvin P. Mitchell
Use of technology to reduce health costs
Author(s): Robert Tanenhaus
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Health care technology assessment
Author(s): Clifford Goodman
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Effective use of outcomes data in cardiovascular surgery
Author(s): William A. Yasnoff; U. Scott Page
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Cost-shifting in the current medical environment
Author(s): William H. Gruber
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Technology and cost-shifting
Author(s): Rocklon B. Chapin
Government regulation's impact on health care technology companies
Author(s): J. Casey McGlynn
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Impact of biomedical imaging and data visualization technology on the clinical development and regulatory review process
Author(s): James J. Conklin; William L. Robbins
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Problems caused by regulatory delays and lack of regulation
Author(s): Lynne A. Reamer
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Impact of government regulation on health care technology
Author(s): Robert D. Berkowitz
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Effect of the FDA on health care investments
Author(s): David J. Cleary
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Medical-device risk management and public safety: using cost-benefit as a measurement of effectiveness
Author(s): Allen A. Hughes
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Risk and regulation
Author(s): Joan P. Porter
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Complication rates associated with the introduction of new technology into the clinical health care setting correlate with operator experience and training
Author(s): William A. See; Christopher S. Cooper; Ronald J. Fisher
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Training and education to increase the effectiveness of technology introduction in medicine
Author(s): Albert H. Gagne
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Systems modeling: the first step in a process for solving the health care cost problem
Author(s): James Gover
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Development of a simulation model for health care delivery systems
Author(s): Leonard M. Napolitano
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Comprehensive modeling of critical health care activities, costs, and data needs within the context of addiction rehabilitiation
Author(s): Kenneth J. Hoffman; Hudson Keithley
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Health care projects at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory (INEL)
Author(s): Donald E. Hagge
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Biomedical engineering at Sandia National Laboratories
Author(s): Mary Ann Zanner
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Rationalization of medical care: the role of the National Laboratories
Author(s): Richard N. Re'
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Modeling, simulation, and analysis at Sandia National Laboratories for health care systems
Author(s): Joseph Polito
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Systems modeling at Los Alamos
Author(s): Dale B. Henderson
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Office for prevention and health services assessment
Author(s): James A. Wright
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Systems modeling at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory
Author(s): Michael A. Bray
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Cost-effectiveness analysis: problems and promise for evaluating medical technology
Author(s): Timothy R. Juday
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Is there a conflict between improved health care delivery and lowering costs?
Author(s): Warren S. Grundfest
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