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Medical Technology Management Practice [electronic resource].

By: Chan, Anthony.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Springfield : Charles C Thomas Publisher, LTD, 2003Description: 1 online resource (173 p.).ISBN: 9780398084196 (electronic bk.); 039808419X (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Medical technology | Medical innovations | Medicine | MEDICAL -- Allied Health Services -- Medical Technology | MEDICAL -- Biotechnology | MEDICAL -- Family & General Practice | MEDICAL -- Lasers in Medicine | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- BiomedicalGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Medical Technology Management PracticeDDC classification: 610/.28 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT PRACTICE; CONTENTS; Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL; Chapter 2 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY LIFE CYCLE; Chapter 3 TECHNOLOGY MAINTENANCE; Chapter 4 ORGANIZATION OF SUPPORT SERVICES; Chapter 5 TECHNOLOGY ACCEPTANCE; Chapter 6 RISK MANAGEMENT, EDUCATION; Chapter 7 INTRODUCTION TO NEEDS ASSESSMENT; Chapter 8 BUDGETING; Chapter 9 HOSPITAL-LEVEL; Chapter 10 TECHNOLOGY REPLACEMENT; Chapter 11 OVERVIEW OF STANDARDS; Chapter 12 INTRODUCTION TO; INDEX.
Summary: With continuous rapid advancement, technology has infiltrated into all parts of everyday life. Modern health care delivery and medicine are increasingly dependent on technology in the diagnosis and mitigation of illnesses, in disease prevention, and in health promotion. Medical technology is one of the driving forces in shaping the direction of health care. However, it is also a primary factor for the escalating cost in the health care delivery system. For these reasons, it is important for managers to master the arts and methodologies in medical technology management so that technology can be.
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MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT PRACTICE; CONTENTS; Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL; Chapter 2 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY LIFE CYCLE; Chapter 3 TECHNOLOGY MAINTENANCE; Chapter 4 ORGANIZATION OF SUPPORT SERVICES; Chapter 5 TECHNOLOGY ACCEPTANCE; Chapter 6 RISK MANAGEMENT, EDUCATION; Chapter 7 INTRODUCTION TO NEEDS ASSESSMENT; Chapter 8 BUDGETING; Chapter 9 HOSPITAL-LEVEL; Chapter 10 TECHNOLOGY REPLACEMENT; Chapter 11 OVERVIEW OF STANDARDS; Chapter 12 INTRODUCTION TO; INDEX.

With continuous rapid advancement, technology has infiltrated into all parts of everyday life. Modern health care delivery and medicine are increasingly dependent on technology in the diagnosis and mitigation of illnesses, in disease prevention, and in health promotion. Medical technology is one of the driving forces in shaping the direction of health care. However, it is also a primary factor for the escalating cost in the health care delivery system. For these reasons, it is important for managers to master the arts and methodologies in medical technology management so that technology can be.

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