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Health Care Technology Policy II: The Role of Technology in the Cost of Health Care: Providing the Solutions
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 2499
Date Published: 27 October 1995
Softcover: 48 papers (452) pages
ISBN: 9780819418562

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Developing and sharing medical effectiveness information
Author(s): J. Michael Fitzmaurice
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Better, less expensive health care: technological opportunities and the organizational challenge
Author(s): John A. Parrish; Lynn R. Osborn
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New era of industry/government cooperation
Author(s): Samuel G. Varnado
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Current methods for technology evaluation: primary data collection and synthetic methods
Author(s): Clifford Goodman
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Use of outcomes research in controlling health care costs and improving health care delivery
Author(s): Candace L. Littell
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Outcomes research in evaluating the benefit of health care technology
Author(s): A. Mark Fendrick
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Potential use of indices of disease severity in the evaluation and design of medical technologies
Author(s): Richard N. Re; M. A. Krousel-Wood
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APREP: the automated patient record evolutionary process; reduce costs and improve productivity in today's health care delivery system
Author(s): Andrew M. Zehler
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Use of IDEF modeling to develop an information management system for drug and alcohol outpatient treatment clinics
Author(s): Kenneth J. Hoffman
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Use of information systems as management tools in health care
Author(s): Fidel Davila
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Closing the system: the role of feedback in controlling health care costs
Author(s): Keith A. Harville
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Role of feedback in ensuring quality and controlling costs
Author(s): Richard S. Wilbur
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Physician access to drug profiles to reduce adverse reactions
Author(s): William A. Yasnoff; Edward L. Tomkins; Louise M. Dunn
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Economics and quality of care: are they in competition?
Author(s): Joan Simmons
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Economics of health care access and delivery projects
Author(s): Robert Tanenhaus
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Debilitating effect of the FDA on medical device research: a personal perspective
Author(s): David J. Cleary
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Reinventing device review
Author(s): Lynne A. Reamer
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Telemedicine: legal and licensure issues
Author(s): Michael B. Wood; Leo J. Whelan
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Role of technology in device development
Author(s): Pierre M. Galletti
Value of fault/failure analysis in the medical device regulatory process: the case of the Bjork-Shiley heart valve
Author(s): Allen A. Hughes; Henry R. Piehler
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Digital management and regulatory submission of medical images from clinical trials: role and benefits of the core laboratory
Author(s): William L. Robbins; James J. Conklin
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Testing a potential national strategy for cost-effective medical technology
Author(s): J. Patrick Fitch
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Transfer and utilization of government technology assets to the private sector in the fields of health care and information technologies
Author(s): Luis G. Kun
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Perceptions regarding biomedical engineering
Author(s): James E. Pearson
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Developing and implementing a computer simulation of a large health care delivery system
Author(s): Harry C. Hoyt
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Ethics of technology introduction: theory and methods
Author(s): Elizabeth Heitman
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Ethics of technology introduction
Author(s): John E. Abele
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Some ethical issues in technology transfer and applications
Author(s): Kenneth I. Shine
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Computer network for improving quality and efficiency of children's primary health care
Author(s): Larry Deutsch
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National Network/Libraries of Medicine
Author(s): Ralph D. Arcari
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Interventional CT and MRI: a challenge for safety and cost reduction in the health care system
Author(s): Dietrich H.W. Groenemeyer; Rainer M.M. Seibel
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Impact of regulations on health care costs
Author(s): Susan Alpert
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Possible roles for quantitative risk assessment (QRA) in the field of health care and health care regulation
Author(s): B. John Garrick; Andrew A. Dykes; Stan Kaplan
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Quantitative risk analysis of medical devices: an endoscopic imaging example
Author(s): Ronald W. Waynant
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Bridging the gap between research and marketing: private and public partnerships
Author(s): Faina Shtern
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Implementation and utilization of a comprehensive information network in an integrated private not-for-profit regional health care system
Author(s): James M. Long
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New applications of approved technology: an overview
Author(s): John V. White; Karen P. Dutro; Amelia J. Michael
Technology, human error, and standards
Author(s): Marilyn Sue Bogner
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Health care cost growth and the role of technology
Author(s): Stuart Guterman
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Impact of managed care on the development of new medical technology: ethical concerns
Author(s): Pamela Saha; Subrata Saha
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Health care rationing and the ethics of publicity
Author(s): Gerald R. Winslow
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Is there a need for health care rationing?
Author(s): Mary Ann Baily
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Role of technology in identifying and controlling health care costs
Author(s): Joseph D. Bronzino
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Public attitudes and perception of bio- and biomedical engineering
Author(s): Yadin B. David; Charles S. Lessard; Nicole Ledoux; Curtis Neason; Richard Rhodes; Edwin Shih; Cameron Smallwood
Allocation of resources within a general scheme of product development
Author(s): Andrea K. Scott
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