With Over 6,700 Nonmedical Words, Phrases, And Acronyms Related To The Health-Care Industry, Slee's Health Care Terms Is The Best Healthcare Dictionary Available Today. Now In It’S Fourth Edition, It Covers Finance & Reimbursement, Managed Care, Government Regulation, Health Professionals, Legal Issues, Governance, And More. Written Expressly For Trustees, And Others Who Need Quick, Precise Information, Slee's Tells You What A Term Means, And Why You Need To Know It In Today's Healthcare Environment. It Is An Essential Reference For Anyone Who Deals With The Health Care Industry.
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Vergil Slee, MD, MPH, is a "renowned medical informatics pioneer." He has served over 30 years on the faculty of Estes Park Institute (which holds national conferences for hospital medical staff officers, hospital and other healthcare administrators and trustees, and community members). Dr. Slee is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians, a Fellow of the American Public Health Association, and an Honorary Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Debora Slee is an attorney and writer with experience in healthcare law, hospital quality management, and managed care organizations. She was contributing author to The Law of Hospital and Health Care Administration, Second Edition, by Arthur F. Southwick.
HJ Schmidt is a retired farmer and recovering lawyer who just really likes information technology. He's been around, done a few things, and learned a bit about various stuff. He managed to write some of it down.Review:
A treasury of definitions ... destined to be a medical classic in the genre of Taber's Medical Dictionary ... -- Journal of the Florida Medical Association
Far from being a dry glossary, this volume is a delight to browse ... -- American Reference Books Annual
One of the most complete glossaries of health care ... for professionals and laypeople available. A "must" for board members. -- The Minnesota Hospital Trustee
Should be put in the pocket of every healthcare trustee ... every healthcare management student and probably every medical student ... -- Doody's Review Service, April 2002
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