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Emergency department leadership and management : best principles and practice / editor-in-chief, Stephanie Kayden, MD, MPH, Chief, Division of International Emergency Medicine and Humanitarian Programs, Department of Emergency Medicine, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA ; editors, Philip D. Anderson, MD, MPH, Associate Director of Quality Assurance, Departrment of Emergency Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA, Robert Freitas, MHA, Executive Director, Emergency Medicine Consulting Division, Harvard Medical Faculty at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA, Elke Platz, MD, MS, Director of Emergency Ultrasound Research, Department of Emergency Medicine, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA.

Contributor(s): Kayden, Stephanie [editor.] | Anderson, Philip D. (Philip Dean) [editor.] | Freitas, Robert [editor.] | Platz, Elke [editor.] | Cambridge eBooks.
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2015Description: (359 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781107007390 (hardback).Other title: Emergency Department Leadership & Management.Subject(s): Hospitals -- Emergency services -- Administration | LeadershipGenre/Form: Print books.
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: Foreword Gautam G. Bodiwala; Part I. Leadership Principles: 1. Leadership in emergency medicine Robert L. Freitas; 2. Identifying and resolving conflict in the workplace Robert E. Suter and Jennifer R. Johnson; 3. Leading change: an overview of three dominant strategies of change Andrew Schenkel; 4. Building the leadership team Peter Cameron; 5. Establishing the emergency department's role within the hospital Thomas Fleischmann; 6. Strategies for clinical team building: the importance of teams in medicine Matthew M. Rice; Part II. Management Principles: 7. Quality assurance in the emergency department Philip D. Anderson and J. Lawrence Mottley; 8. Emergency department policies and procedures Kirsten Boyd; 9. A framework for optimal emergency department risk management and patient safety Carrie Tibbles and Jock Hoffman; 10. Emergency department staff development Thomas Fleischmann; 11. Costs in emergency departments Matthias Brachmann; 12. Human resource management Mary Leupold; 13. Project management Lee A. Wallis, Leana S. Wen and Sebastian N. Walker; 14. How higher patient, employee and physician satisfaction lead to better outcomes of care Christina Dempsey, Deirdre Mylod and Richard B. Siegrist, Jr; 15. The leader's toolbox: things they didn't teach in nursing or medical school Robert L. Freitas; Part III. Operational Principles: 16. Assessing your needs Manuel Hernandez; 17. Emergency department design Michael P. Pietrzak and James Lennon; 18. Informatics in the emergency department Steven Horng, John D. Halamka and Larry A. Nathanson; 19. Triage systems Shelley Calder and Elke Platz; 20. Staffing models Kirk Jensen, Dan Kirkpatrick and Thom Mayer; 21. Emergency department practice guidelines and clinical pathways Jonathan A. Edlow; 22. Observation units Christopher W. Baugh and J. Stephen Bohan; 23. Optimizing patient flow through the emergency department Kirk Jensen and Jody Crane; 24. Emergency department overcrowding Venkataraman Anantharaman and Puneet Seth; 25. Practice management models in emergency medicine Robert E. Suter and Chet Schrader; 26. Emergency nursing Shelley Calder and Kirsten Boyd; Part IV. Special Topics: 27. Disaster operations management David Callaway; 28. Working with the media Peter Brown; 29. Special teams in the emergency department David Smith and Nadeem Qureshi; 30. Interacting with prehospital systems Scott B. Murray; 31. Emergency medicine in basic medical education Julie Welch and Cherri Hobgood; 32. Emergency department outreach Meaghan Cussen; 33. Planning for diversity Tasnim Khan; Index.
Summary: Emergency departments around the world may differ, but many of the problems they face are the same. Written by an international panel of experienced emergency department leaders Emergency Department Leadership and Management provides the latest knowledge and advice to improve your personal leadership skills. The book will assist emergency department leaders in overcoming common management and operational problems including overcrowding, risk management, implementing the right triage system, electronic and IT solutions, improving clinical teamwork, education of emergency department staff, improving patient flow, care pathways and leading during times of change. Example cases are included to allow leaders to compare common cases to the problems which they face in their own departments. Information on designing emergency medicine specialty residency programs is also provided. It is the official text of the International Emergency Department Leadership Institute (IEDLI) and has been endorsed by the International Federation for Emergency Medicine (IFEM).
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Machine generated contents note: Foreword Gautam G. Bodiwala; Part I. Leadership Principles: 1. Leadership in emergency medicine Robert L. Freitas; 2. Identifying and resolving conflict in the workplace Robert E. Suter and Jennifer R. Johnson; 3. Leading change: an overview of three dominant strategies of change Andrew Schenkel; 4. Building the leadership team Peter Cameron; 5. Establishing the emergency department's role within the hospital Thomas Fleischmann; 6. Strategies for clinical team building: the importance of teams in medicine Matthew M. Rice; Part II. Management Principles: 7. Quality assurance in the emergency department Philip D. Anderson and J. Lawrence Mottley; 8. Emergency department policies and procedures Kirsten Boyd; 9. A framework for optimal emergency department risk management and patient safety Carrie Tibbles and Jock Hoffman; 10. Emergency department staff development Thomas Fleischmann; 11. Costs in emergency departments Matthias Brachmann; 12. Human resource management Mary Leupold; 13. Project management Lee A. Wallis, Leana S. Wen and Sebastian N. Walker; 14. How higher patient, employee and physician satisfaction lead to better outcomes of care Christina Dempsey, Deirdre Mylod and Richard B. Siegrist, Jr; 15. The leader's toolbox: things they didn't teach in nursing or medical school Robert L. Freitas; Part III. Operational Principles: 16. Assessing your needs Manuel Hernandez; 17. Emergency department design Michael P. Pietrzak and James Lennon; 18. Informatics in the emergency department Steven Horng, John D. Halamka and Larry A. Nathanson; 19. Triage systems Shelley Calder and Elke Platz; 20. Staffing models Kirk Jensen, Dan Kirkpatrick and Thom Mayer; 21. Emergency department practice guidelines and clinical pathways Jonathan A. Edlow; 22. Observation units Christopher W. Baugh and J. Stephen Bohan; 23. Optimizing patient flow through the emergency department Kirk Jensen and Jody Crane; 24. Emergency department overcrowding Venkataraman Anantharaman and Puneet Seth; 25. Practice management models in emergency medicine Robert E. Suter and Chet Schrader; 26. Emergency nursing Shelley Calder and Kirsten Boyd; Part IV. Special Topics: 27. Disaster operations management David Callaway; 28. Working with the media Peter Brown; 29. Special teams in the emergency department David Smith and Nadeem Qureshi; 30. Interacting with prehospital systems Scott B. Murray; 31. Emergency medicine in basic medical education Julie Welch and Cherri Hobgood; 32. Emergency department outreach Meaghan Cussen; 33. Planning for diversity Tasnim Khan; Index.

Emergency departments around the world may differ, but many of the problems they face are the same. Written by an international panel of experienced emergency department leaders Emergency Department Leadership and Management provides the latest knowledge and advice to improve your personal leadership skills. The book will assist emergency department leaders in overcoming common management and operational problems including overcrowding, risk management, implementing the right triage system, electronic and IT solutions, improving clinical teamwork, education of emergency department staff, improving patient flow, care pathways and leading during times of change. Example cases are included to allow leaders to compare common cases to the problems which they face in their own departments. Information on designing emergency medicine specialty residency programs is also provided. It is the official text of the International Emergency Department Leadership Institute (IEDLI) and has been endorsed by the International Federation for Emergency Medicine (IFEM).

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