4 edition of Shaping an integrated delivery network found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Connie R. Curran ... [et al.].|
|Series||ACHE management series, Management series (Ann Arbor, Mich.)|
|Contributions||Curran, Connie R.|
|LC Classifications||RA645.35 .S48 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 162 p. :|
|Number of Pages||162|
|LC Control Number||98019918|
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The term has sometimes been used in a broad sense with reference to managed care in general (as opposed to fee-for-service care), but in the.
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An Integrated Delivery Network (IDN) is a formal system of providers and sites of care that provides both health care services and a health insurance plan to patients in a defined geographic area.
The functionalities included in an IDN vary, but can include acute care, long-term health, specialty clinics, primary care, and home care services.
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Managing Integrated Delivery Systems: A Framework for Action: Medicine & Health Science Books @ ed by: Healthcare reform and financial pressures are leading to increased integration within siloed organizations across healthcare systems.
Integrated delivery networks (IDNs) are growing in importance for pharmaceutical manufacturers as they now represent the majority of the healthcare spend in the USA, writes Theresa Greco, vice president, life sciences, health care, LexisNexis Risk Solutions, in.
Therefore, to be a true Integrated Delivery Network, a health system must be more than a collection of hospitals with similar capabilities, but offer a full set of services.
With no trade groups or governmental entities providing a definitive criteria of the term “IDN,” some industry members consider all heavily coordinated hospital systems.
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Abstract: Any examination of the role that hospitals play in health care cost growth is complicated by the fact that in many large markets, hospitals may be part of integrated delivery networks (IDNs), either vertically integrated health services networks that include physicians, post-acute services and/or health plans or fully integrated provider systems inside a health plan.
Selling to IDNs: Strategies for Success Changes in healthcare delivery are rapidly undermining traditional pharmaceutical commercial models. Customers are fewer and larger as hospitals consolidate into integrated delivery networks in the face of rising cost pressures, stiffer financial penalties and the imperatives of healthcare reform.
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Getting integrated healthcare right is an enormous—and ongoing—undertaking. At this moment, healthcare delivery networks across the U.S. are planning, launching, measuring and fine-tuning.
Integrated delivery systems are a model of health care involving an organized, coordinated, and collaborative network that brings together various physicians to deliver coordinated care and a continuum of services to a given patient population.7 Integrated delivery systems are clinically and fiscally accountable for the health status and Cited by: 6.
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Resources in Integrated Delivery Networks The following articles were published in Health Progress in the past two years.
Refer to the annual indexes for each year of Health Progress for more complete listings of articles on integrated delivery networks (IDNs), healthcare system reform, and other issues related to healthcare delivery. Integrated delivery systems achieve high quality of care at costs no greater than average and often lower (Davis, ).
Systems such as Kaiser Permanente offer excellent “platforms” for health information technology, the right mix of clinical expertise to meet the needs of their population, and appropriate internal payment and performance Cited by: 1. Integrated-delivery systems mitigate moral hazard because, usually, the doctors are salaried and do not get more money by doing more diagnostics.
Integrated delivery networks (IDNs) are a growing approach to streamlined healthcare in the US, providing support from the cradle to the care home. Pharmaceutical companies need to adapt their sales and marketing approaches to follow the changes that have come with the development of IDNs.
IDNs have different decision-making processes,File Size: KB. The idea behind an integrated delivery network (IDN)-a concept that was developed in the s and widely implemented in the s-is that a network of facilities and providers can work together.
What is the primary goal of integrated healthcare delivery systems. To ensure that patients receive high-quality, cost-effective care in the most appropriate setting.
Many different, but similar, definitions exist for IDS. IDS, as an entity, does not have to abide by strict regulations as does an HMO. When an IDS offers a health plan, however, it must then abide by the requirements of the state and federal government for health plans, insurance companies or HMOs.
Without owning a health plan product, an IDS will usually abide by the regulations that govern. In October the integrated delivery network announced it will offer a healthcare package, titled Mercy Accountable Health Plan, which will become available later this year.
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