Healthcare Management

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2.1Public and private spending on health care as a percentage of GDP: OECD countries (2001)
3.1Healthcare triangle
3.2Funding sources, contribution mechanisms and collection agents
3.3Total health expenditure per capita (US$PPP, 2002)
4.1Sectors of healthcare within a healthcare system
4.2Relationships between healthcare expenditure and levels of care
4.3Patterns of care for people with diabetes
4.4Patient journey – diagnosis and treatment of ovarian cancer
4.5Redesigned patient journey – diagnosis and treatment of ovarian cancer
5.1Implementing NICE guidance – recommended good financial management model
8.1Average length of stay for acute care, 1990 and 2002
8.2Acute care hospital beds per 1000 population, 1990 and 2002
10.1Three phases of planning a capital project
10.2Seven-stage framework for developing a business case
12.1The commissioning cycle
13.1Four styles of public management organisation
15.1Relationships between managers and doctors
15.2Examples from a job description
16.1Board tasks model
16.2Framework for NHS board development
16.3How does the board of your organisation meet the tests of the Good Governance Standard?
17.1Effective partnership working (in theory)
17.2Theories of change
17.3Depth v breadth
17.4Different levels of partnership working
18.1Modes of governance
18.2Control locations and resultant action matrix
18.3Populated control locations and resultant action matrix
19.1Transformational leadership questionnaire
19.2The NHS leadership qualities framework

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