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FutureScan - Healthcare Trends and Implications 2007-2012

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0975597388, Paperback)

The most highly respected environmental assessment in the healthcare field -- with all-new content for 2007 -- is the tool you need to guide your organization's strategic planning. Loaded with information that will help your organization ask the right questions, the 2007 edition of Futurescan identifies trends in eight key areas and, just as important, what those trends mean for hospital leaders. Experts and their topics include: Noted futurist Jeff Goldsmith on the impact of the baby boomers' retirement; Karen Davis, president of the Commonwealth Fund, on the erosion of comprehensive health insurance and access to care; Helen Darling, president of the National Business Group on Health, on what employers are thinking; Bill McGinly, president of the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy, on hospitals' growing reliance on giving; Thomas Royer, MD, CEO of CHRISTUS Health, on the state of physician-hospital relationships; Janet Corrigan and Cara Lesser of the National Quality Forum on quality as a strategic imperative; Lawton Burns of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania on the challenges posed by the proliferation of clinical technology; and Tom Priselac and Darren Dworkin of Cedars-Sinai Health System on the promise of the electronic medical record. The expert insights in the 2007 edition of Futurescan are supported by data from survey responses from more than 1,600 healthcare leaders across the country.

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