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Jahrbücher f. Nationalökonomie u. Statistik (Lucius & Lucius, Stuttgart 2007) Bd. (Vol.) 227/5+6 Die Ausgestaltung von Versorgungsverträgen: Eine vertragstheoretische Analyse A Contract Theory Approach to Health Care Contracting Von Axel Mühlbacher, Neubrandenburg JEL I11, I18, L14 Delivery of health care, integrated health care delivery systems; selektive contracting, risks, methods; transactioncost, contract theory, principal-agent theory, incomplete contracts. Summary Transaction costs are an obstacle to the efficient operation of selective contracting. Health

our strategic itinerary Article in press - uncorrected proof Figure 1 Integrated laboratory medicine services network grafted on an integrated health care delivery system. The scheme depicts how the integrated health care system at different points in time of the patient’s lifecycle interacts in a coordinated fashion with the individual. The integrated health care organization must assure the interoperability and coordination of the different healthcare providers in the different care situations – in organizations 1 and 2 (ORG.1, ORG.2) and in independent care

). Improving patient safety across a large integrated health care delivery system. International Journal for Quality in Health Care, 15, i31–i40. Frankel A. Gandhi T. K. Bates D. W. 2003 Improving patient safety across a large integrated health care delivery system International Journal for Quality in Health Care 15 i31 i40 Garla, V. N., & Brandt, C. (2012). Ontology-guided feature engineering for clinical text classification. Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 45(5), 992–998. Garla V. N. Brandt C. 2012 Ontology-guided feature engineering for clinical text classification

. Through this journey we have learned a lot about the operating room setting and challenges within this high-acuity area, which has further highlighted the benefit of teamwork. Although we have achieved a lot through this process, we recognize that there is still much work to be done. . . . Jason Adelman, MD is the Patient Safety Officer at Montefiore Medical Center, a large integrated health care delivery system in the Bronx, and the University Hospital for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He is a member of the National Quality Forum (NQF) Committee on

system. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1999. 2. Cooper JM, Gaba DM, Liang B, Woods D, Blum LN. The National Patient Safety Foundation: the NPSF Agenda for Research in Patient Safety. Available at: http://www.meds- cape.com/viewarticle/408064_3. Accessed: 24 August 2010. 3. Plebani M. Exploring the iceberg of errors in laboratory med- icine. Clin Chim Acta 2009;404:16–23. 4. Frankel A, Gandhi TK, Bates DW. Improving patient safety across a large integrated health care delivery system. Int J Qual Health Care 2003;15:i31–40. 5. Carraro P, Plebani M. Errors in a

Rectum. 2004; 47: 180–184. [13] Katz S and Pardia DS. Inflammatory Bowel Disease of the Elderly: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). Am J Gastroenterol 2011; 106: 1889–1897. [14] Kapetanos D et al. Postpolypectomy bleeding: incidence, risk factors, prevention, and management. Surg Laparosc Endosc Percutan Tech. 2012; 22: 102–107. [15] Levin TR et al. Complications of colonoscopy in an integrated health care delivery system. Ann Intern Med. 2006; 145: 880–886. [16] Comay D et al. Resource utilization for acute lower gastrointestinal hemorrhage: the Ontario GI bleed

funding include other Public Health Service agencies, the Departments of Defense and Energy, and, especially noteworthy, the Veterans Health Administra- tion (VHA) of the Department of Veterans Affairs. The VHA maintains the nation’s largest integrated health care delivery system, and 122 Veterans Affairs Medical Centers (VAMCs) are closely affi liated with 106 U.S. medi- cal schools. These VA affi liates are largely staffed by medical school faculty and are substantially involved in undergraduate and graduate medical education as well as in medical research and

, forestry, and related industries in Northern Ontario. See Ontario, Ministry of Northern Development and Mines, Strategic Priorities for Northern Ontario and Ontario's Mining Industry 1986-1996 (Toronto: Ministry of Northern Development and Mines, 1986), iv. 11 Geoffrey R. Weller and Pranlal Manga, The Feasibility of Developing an Integrated Health Care Delivery System in the North: The Case of Northern Ontario,' in David Young, ed., Health Care Issues in the Canadian North (Edmonton: Boreal Institute for Northern Studies, 1988), 140-50. 12 T. Kue Young, Health Care and

Jahrbücherf. Nationalökonomie u. Statistik (Lucius & Lucius, Stuttgart 2007) Bd. (Vol.) 227/5+6 Die Ausgestaltung von Versorgungsverträgen: Eine vertragstheoretische Analyse A Contract Theory Approach to Health Care Contracting Von Axel Mühlbacher, Neubrandenburg JEL 111, 118, L14 Delivery of health care, integrated health care delivery systems; selektive contracting, risks, methods; transactioncost, contract theory, principal-agent theory, incomplete contracts. Summary Transaction costs are an obstacle to the efficient operation of selective contracting

integrated health care delivery systems that operate regionally or nationally. justify reporting by invoking science and the ethics of collective respon- sibility. Physicians, on the other hand, see their fi rst duty as safeguard- ing the interests of individual patients. Reporting obligations usually require physicians to provide patients’ names and other sensitive infor- mation, which they may regard as a breach of confi dentiality. Patients may also oppose mandatory reporting because they do not trust the state to maintain the security of sensitive data registries