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Decentring health and care networks : reshaping the organization and delivery of healthcare / Mark Bevir, Justin Waring, editors.

Publication:
Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.
Series:
Organizational behaviour in health care series
Organizational Behaviour in Healthcare
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (288 p.).
Subjects:
Health services administration.
Medical care.
Contents:
Intro
Contents
Notes on Contributors
List of Figures
List of Tables
Decentring Networks and Networking in Health and Care Services
The Network Narrative
Networks and Networking in Healthcare
Decentred Theory
The Contributions to This Collection
References
The Contested Practice of Networking in Healthcare Management
Introduction
Networks in Healthcare Organisations
Methodological Approach
Diversity of Networks Across Organisations and Groups
Who Networks, and Why?
Networking for Knowledge
Networking for Support
Networking for Career
Networking for Influence
Multiplexity of Networking
Challenges to Networking
Networking in Context
Conclusions
References
Analysing the Micro Implementation of Health Care Reforms: A Decentred Approach
Introduction
Developing Stroke as a Specialty
Our Study
Case Study 1 (CS1)
Case Study 2 (CS2)
Findings
The Importance of Context in Shaping Beliefs and Traditions
The Role of Audit in Shaping Attitudes and Behaviour
The Importance of Leadership in Implementation
Discussion
References
Buddies and Mergers: Decentring the Performance of Healthcare Provider Partnerships
Introduction
Partnering for Improvement
Case Studies of NHS Provider Partnerships
Dilemmas in Leadership and Management
Dilemmas in Performance Measurement
Dilemmas in Stakeholder Relationships
Discussion
Conclusion
References
Space and Place in Network Governance: Putting Integrated Care into Place
Introduction-Networks and Integrated Care
Decentring Integrated Health and Social Care
Place and Space of Integrated Care
Case Study Background
Getting Integrated Care off the Ground
Re-mapping Localities
Creating Shared Space
Reshaping Hierarchy
Discussion and Conclusion
References
Situating Practices of Human and Non-human Networks in the Delivery of Emergency and Urgent Care Services
Introduction
Triaging Emergency and Urgent Care Using CDSS
The Empirical Studies
Governing Rules and Networked Realities
Rule 1: Clarity of Comprehension
Rule 2: Assume Singularity
Rule 3: Linearity
Rule 4: Expertise in the Machine Not the Mind
Rule 5: No Gaming
Discussion
References
Sharing Stories or Co-Constructing Practice? Challenges to Undertaking and Researching Innovation Using Evidence from the English NHS
Introduction
Stories, Dilemmas, and Traditions
Interaction as Shared or Dialogical Practice
Methods
Findings
Vignette 1: Deciding Whether to Roll Out Local Quality Improvement Work More Widely
Vignette 2: Updating Front-Line Staff on the Quality Improvement Work
Interpretation: What's the Dilemma?
Interpretation: What's the Tradition?
What's the Story?
Individual Story or Joint Action?
Discussion
Conclusion
References
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Networking for Health, Networking for Wealth: A Study of English Health Innovation Policy in Practice
Includes index.
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.
Contributor:
Bevir, Mark.
Waring, Justin.
ProQuest ebook central
Other format:
Print version: Bevir, Mark Decentring Health and Care Networks : Reshaping the Organization and Delivery of Healthcare
ISBN:
9783030408893
3030408892
9783030408886
Publisher Number:
99985369675
10.1007/978-3-030-40889-3 doi
10.1007/978-3-030-40
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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