Clinical Costing and the Value of Patient Care

Clinical Costing and the Value of Patient Care

Ronald Ma (Austin Health, Australia)
Release Date: August, 2018|Copyright: © 2017 |Runtime: 1 hr 24 mins
EISBN13: 9781522517726|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-1772-6
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Description

The availability and cost of resources can have significant impacts upon the delivery of patient care. By studying the factors that affect these resources, contemporary health systems can improve in quality and efficiency.

Clinical Costing and the Value of Patient Care provides a comprehensive study on current issues surrounding clinical costing and distribution of healthcare resources, as well as its implications toward creating value-based healthcare. Highlighting concepts relating to data management and health information systems, this video resource is ideally designed for clinicians, upper-level students, healthcare administrators, and practitioners.

Topics Covered

  • Capacity Cost Rates
  • Cost Analyses
  • Decision-Making Models
  • Funding Negotiations
  • Health economics
  • Performance Management

Table of Contents

Section 1:
 
Lesson 1:Why Clinical Costing is important?
5:41 mins
 
Section 2:
 
Lesson 2:What is Clinical Costing and Who Creates this Dataset?
14:12 mins
 
Section 3:Clinical Applications
 
Lesson 3:Value-Based Healthcare & Different Types of Cost Analyses
23:48 mins
 
Lesson 4:Real-World Examples
10:51 mins
 
Section 4:Non-Clinical Applications
 
Lesson 5:Funding Negotiations & Capacity Cost Rate
8:38 mins
 
Lesson 6:Performance Management
7:35 mins
 
Section 5:Data Quality and Future Research
 
Lesson 7:Weaknesses and Strengths of Clinical Costing
4:42 mins
 
Lesson 8:Empowering Clinical Costing
6:34 mins
 
Lesson 9:From the Margins to the Mainstream
2:25 mins
 

Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Ronald Ma graduated with Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, and specialised in surgery. He graduated with Post-graduate Diploma and Master of Public Health with First Class Honours from The University of Auckland in 2004 following which he was awarded the Doctor of Philosophy at the School of Population Health. He is currently employed in the Austin Health. He writes and presents on the issues of Public Health, the Participatory Action Research approaches to promote the well-being of ethnic minorities, and Health Economics including Clinical Costing.