Customer Care in Healthcare Guidebook

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UniversityOfHealthCare, 2005 - 143 páginas
The Customer Care in Healthcare Guidebook the perfect way to learn about the human side of healthcare in an interesting and conversational manner. It combines 4 Customer Care in Healthcare titles into one package. Titles included are Reorganizing for Customer and Patient Care, Customer and Patient Care, Provider Patient Relationships, and Handling Difficult People. They focus on teaching a technique or idea followed by reinforcement and application via questions and answers. This is an excellent tool to increase an organization's commitment to customer care. The principles behind the concepts are relevant to almost every business, not just healthcare. Those readers who wish to have an accompanying program with video and interactivity should also purchase the CD version. Contact hour credits are available.
 

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Introduction
1
The Author
2
Customer Care in Healthcare
3
Reorganizing for Customer and Patient Care
4
Customer and Patient Care
53
Provider Patient Relationships
97
Handling Difficult People
117
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M. DANIEL FARB, M.D., CEO of UniversityOfHealthCare and UniversityOfBusiness, is a leader in the field of interactive management and healthcare e-learning. He received a BA in English Literature from Yale (where he set an academic record and studied with writers like Robert Penn Warren), an M.D. from Boston University, a degree in Executive Management from the Anderson School of Business at UCLA, and is currently working on a degree at UCLA in International Trade. He is a practicing ophthalmologist. He also has received two patents in ophthalmology and is working on others, has worked with the World Health Organization in Geneva and the National Institutes of Health in Washington, D.C. He has written scientific and popular articles, and has worked as a newspaper reporter. He helped Dr. Robbins edit one of the editions of Robbins' "Pathology" textbook for readability. He wrote an article on humor for the Massachusetts Review. He has experience in theater and television, including acting, directing, and stage-managing. He has programmed his own patient records database. He has written and edited hundreds of e-learning courses. Dr. Farb is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the Union of American Physicians and Dentists, the AOJS, the American Association of Physicians and Surgeons, the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD), the E-Learning Forum, the Southern California Biomedical Council, the PDA (Parenteral Drug Association), and the Medical Marketing Association.

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