Managing Disruptive Change in Healthcare: Lessons from a Public-Private Partnership to Advance…

Paperback | August 31, 2015

byArnold D. Kaluzny, Donna M. OBrien

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Healthcare faces unprecedented global challenges. Rapid advances in genomics, computational sciences, and technology - as well as the new focus on value-based care and an increased trend toward healthcare commercialization - represent disruptive changes to an already-fragmented deliverysystem. The healthcare establishment has been slow to adapt, and now faces rising cancer-care costs and lags in outcome improvement and genomically informed interventions. Managing Disruptive Change in Healthcare codifies the US National Cancer Institute's lessons from utilizing a public-private partnership with community hospitals to navigate the change needed to increase patient access to high-quality cancer care, and enhance hospitals' capacity to conduct andsupport research initiatives. The treatment of complex diseases requires a delivery system capable of translating scientific advances into care that is coordinated across the full continuum; this book offers a blueprint to just such an infrastructure.

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Healthcare faces unprecedented global challenges. Rapid advances in genomics, computational sciences, and technology - as well as the new focus on value-based care and an increased trend toward healthcare commercialization - represent disruptive changes to an already-fragmented deliverysystem. The healthcare establishment has been slow...

Arnold D. Kaluzny, PhD, is Professor Emeritus of Health Policy and Management and Director Emeritus of the Public Health Leadership Program, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health. He is also a Senior Research Fellow in the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research and a member of the Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Cente...
Format:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 9.21 × 6.1 × 0.91 inPublished:August 31, 2015Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

PrefaceIntroductionPart One: The Challenge of a Changing Science1. John Niederhuber and Maureen Johnson: The Changing Science and the Rationale for a Public-Private Partnership2. Mary Fennell, Donna O'Brien and Arnold Kaluzny: The Turbulent Environment of Cancer CarePart Two: Improving Cancer Care in the Community: Achieving Sustainability3. Arnold Kaluzny, Donna O'Brien and Joy Beveridge: The NCI Community Cancer Centers Program as a Public-Private Partnership4. James Bearden, Bruce Holstein and Lucy Gansauer: Taking Cancer Care to a New Level: Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System5. Andrew Salner, Jeffrey Flaks, Donna Handley and Robert Siegel: Hartford at a Crossroads: Becoming a Community Hospital-based Research Resource6. Deborah Hood, John DiCola, Richard Deming and Dax Kurbegov: Leveraging a Public-Private Partnership to Implement a National Cancer Service Line: The Experience of Catholic Health InitiativesPart Three: Moving Forward: Lessons from a Public-Private Partnership7. Donna O'Brien, Mary Fennell and Arnold Kaluzny: Transforming Cancer Care in the Community: Key Considerations for Sustainability8. Donna O'Brien, David Kerr and Arnold Kaluzny: Global Implications for a Changing Healthcare EnvironmentArnold D. Kaluzny and Donna M. O'Brien: EpilogueAcknowledgementsGlossary of TermsAppendix 1: MethodologyAppendix 2: Program-related publicationsAppendix 3: Resources and ToolsIndex

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"This book demonstrates how a desire to develop a coordinated treatment plan for cancer care in the community setting can be achieved in a period of disruptive change in healthcare. The unique role of government as a catalyst and the power of public/private partnerships to facilitatelarge-scale and sustainable change backed by learnings from cancer research and cancer care delivery has created a set of principles applicable to health care in general in our country and worldwide. Its potential is overwhelming." --Gail L. Warden, President Emeritus Henry Ford Health System Detroit and Professor of Health Management and Policy University of Michigan School of Public Health, Ann Arbor