Hospital Core Services: Hospital Administration in the 21st Century
Goel, S.L. & Kumar, R. (Eds.)
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Book ID : 19379
ISBN-10 : 81-7629-316-4 / 8176293164
ISBN-13 : 978-81-7629-316-7 / 9788176293167
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Edition : (Reprint)
Language : English
With a foreword by Padmashree Dr. C.P. Thakur.
xviii, 342p., Figs., Tables, Annex., Index, 25 cm.
CONTENTS:- - Foreword - Preface - List of Contributors 1. Challenges of the Administration of Hospital Services. 2. Administration of a Medical Institution. 3. Human Body's Intelligence. 4. Trauma System Development. 5. Hospital Planning and Administration: Some Overlooked Aspects. 6. Medical Intensive Care-An Insider's View. 7. Hospital Planning. 8. A Model Design Layout of Circular Operation Theatres Complex and ICCU for Hospitals. 9. Administration of Out-Patient and In-Patient Services. 10. Emergency Services in Hospitals. 11. Emergency Services in General Hospital: A Case Study. 12. Management and Administration of Integrated Cornea Service. 13. Planning and Management of Ophthalmic Services. 14. Radiotherapy and Oncology Centre: Planning and Management. 15. Rehabilitation Services. 16. Library Services. 17. Management of Tension in Hospital Situation. 18. Management of National Problems. 19. Management of Menopausal Clinic. 20. Ward Administration. 21. Experiences in of Dry Eye Management. 22. Management of Physiotherapic Services in a Hospital. 23. Management of the Jaslok Hospital: A Case Study. 24. Hospital Administration. 25. Management of Hepatitis. - Index.
Hospital care is multidimensional. It is a service provided by a coordinated group of professional, technical, supportive, and other workers under the direction of a physician. The quality of the care received by patients is affected by an efficient system of Hospital Management, the adequacy of the hospital facilities and their maintenance, by the administrative and professional organizations of the hospital, by the competency of the personnel, and by the interpersonal relations among the staff as well as between the staff and the patients. In this Book we have been able to provide material on all issues to make the functioning of hospitals effective and efficient. This book concentrates on Core Services which are very vital for the efficient functioning of the hospitals. It contains 24 Articles in most of the important areas like Challenges of the Administration of Hospital Services; Administration of a Medical Institutions, Human Body's Intelligence; Trauma System Development, Hospital Planning; A Model Design Layout of Circular Operation Theatres Complex and ICCU for Hospitals; Administration of Out Patient and in Patient Services; Emergency Services in Hospitals; Management and Administration of Integrated Cornea Service; Radiotherapy and Oncology Centre; Rehabilitation Services; Library Services, Management of Tension in Hospital Situation; Management of Neonatal Problems; Management of Menopause Clinic; Ward Administration; Experience in of Dry Eye Management, Management of Physiotheropic Service in Hospital; Management of the Jaslok Hospital; Hospital Administration; Management of Hepatities. In all these services medical experts of all levels are directly involved. The success of these services depend on their capacity and capability attained through medical education. All the chapters have been written by experts based on their wide readings, personal experience and research. The chapters have been supplemented with constructive suggestions based on facts to improve the functions of hospitals. It is hoped that this book would be of great help to the policy-makers, planners and decision-makers as well as to those interested in hospital administration for study and research. In his Foreword to this book Padmashree Dr. C.P. Thakur, has beautifully stressed the importance of this book: "To meet the challenge of hospital administration in the new millennium, the editors of this book on the subject have done tremendous work in producing a compendium of the articles written specially for this book, by the top medical experts of the country. I am sure this book will be a useful guide for effecting improvements in hospital administration all over the country.