|Other author/creator||Skochelak, Susan E., editor.|
|Other author/creator||Hammoud, Maya M., editor.|
|Other author/creator||Lomis, Kimberly D., editor.|
|Other author/creator||Borkan, Jeffrey M., editor.|
|Other author/creator||Gonzalo, Jed D., editor.|
|Other author/creator||Lawson, Luan E., editor.|
|Other author/creator||Starr, Stephanie R., editor.|
|Other author/creator||AMA Education Consortium, sponsoring body.|
||What is health systems science? Building an integrated vision / Jed D. Gonzalo, Susan E. Skochelak, Jeffrey M. Borkan, and Daniel R. Wolpaw -- Systems thinking in health care : Addressing the complex dynamics of patients and health systems / Jed D. Gonzalo, Maya M. Hammoud, and Stephanie R. Starr -- The health care delivery system / Stephanie R. Starr and Robert E. Nesse -- Health care structures and processes / Ami L. DeWaters and Ryan Munyon -- Value in health care / Neera Agrwal, Steven Yuen, and Natalie Landman -- Patient safety / Luan E. Lawson, Jesse M. Ehrenfeld, and Timothy Reeder -- Quality improvement / Paul F. Weber, Anne Tomolo, and Mamta K. Singh -- Principles of teamwork and team science / Jason Higginson, Linda Hofler, and Maya M. Hammoud -- Leadership in health care / Sara Jo Grethlein, Brian Clyne, and Erin McKean -- Clinical informatics / William R. Hersh and Jesse M. Ehrenfeld -- Population health / Natalia Wilson, Paul George, and Jill Huber -- Structural and social determinants of health / Ian Kim, Elizabeth Baxley, Sara Teasdale, Alicia Gonzalez-Flores, Kimberly D. Lomis, and Tonya Fancher -- Health law and ethics / William M. Sage, I. Glenn Cohen, and Allison K. Hoffman -- Health care policy and economics / Matthew Davis, Elizabeth Tobin-Tyler, and Mark D. Schwartz -- Application of health systems science competencies in patient care / Sara Jo Grethlein, Jose Azar, and Chemen Neal -- The use of assessment to support students' learning and improvement in health systems science / Kimberly D. Lomis and Karen E. Hauer -- Looking ahead: The dynamic nature of health systems science, future trends, and the role of learners as change agents / Jeffrey M. Borkan, Victoria Stagg Elliott, Therese Wolpaw, Iman Hassan, and Kimberly D. Lomis.
||Since the first edition of this textbook was published in 2017, health systems science has increasingly become integrated into medical education. Competency in this realm ensures that medical school graduates and those graduating from other health school professions schools can effectively translate and apply the basic and clinical sciences and meaningfully improve patients' health at the individual, community, and population levels. Developed by the American Medical Association's Accelerating Change in Medical Education Consortium, Health Systems Science is the first text that focuses on providing a fundamental understanding of how health care is delivered, how health care professionals work together to deliver that care, and how the health system can improve patient care and health care delivery. Along with basic and clinical science, Health Systems Science (HSS) is rapidly becoming a crucial "third pillar" of medical science, requiring a practical, standardized curriculum with an emphasis on understanding the role of human factors, systems engineering, leadership, and patient improvement strategies that will help transform the future of health care and ensure greater patient safety.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|