Healthcare Annotated Bibliography

ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 5

HealthcareAnnotated Bibliography

AnnotatedBibliography

Jadad,A. R., Haynes, R. B., Hunt, D., &amp Browman, G. P. (2000). TheInternet and evidence-based decision-making: A needed synergy forefficient knowledge management in health care. CanadianMedical Association Journal, 162(3), 362-365.

Thisarticle talks about the various efforts put in place to enhance themerging of the decisions resulting from the internet and theavailable evidence. The author also discusses the corporation betweenthe decisions grounded on the evidence and those made based on theinternet. This source is reliable given that it offers evidence tosupport the study claims. The evidence and internet-based decisionscan improve the healthcare sector when linked together. They can beaccommodated in the future changes in technology. This article willbe important in providing information to build on the literaturereview and thus help identify gaps in the research.

Liberatore,M. J., &amp Nydick, R. L. (2008). The analytic hierarchy process inmedical and health care decision making: A literature review.EuropeanJournal of Operational Research, 189(1),194-207.

Thisjournal presents a review of the literature regarding the process ofdecision making in health care. The review is based on the procedureof the analytical hierarchy (APH) and its application in solvingvarious problems in the healthcare sector. It reviews projectscutting across all the segments of the healthcare such as management,planning, and policies. The AHP is vital since it helps the patientsand doctors have a joint decision and hence, improving the healthcareservices. The article is reliable because it reviews a number ofcredible previously done studies. This article will be helpful to myresearch by providing information to justify the need for undertakingthe study.

Lluch,M. (2011). Healthcare professionals’ organizational barriers tohealth information technologies: A literature review. InternationalJournal of Medical Informatics, 80(12), 849-862.

Thisjournal reviews literature on the barriers to implementing technologyin health care. The research is grounded on the management of thehealthcare organizations. The author identifies the possible factorsthat hinder efficient use of HIT and makes possible recommendationsbased on the reviews. The author advocates for the need to undertakefurther studies on the effectiveness of HIT and its application. Theinformation provided by this article is reliable based on the sourcesused. This article will be integral in evaluating the impacts of HITin the healthcare sector. The article will be helpful to my study byoffering information to build on the impacts of HIT in healthcare.

Manser,T. (2009). Teamwork and patient safety in dynamic domains ofhealthcare: A review of the literature. ActaAnaesthesiologica Scandinavica, 53(2), 143-151.

Theauthor analyzes the current studies about teamwork in the health caresections such as the intensive care, trauma, and the operating rooms.These sections require good and advanced care given the condition ofthe patients. Therefore, there is the need to include measures thatenhance teamwork, which is vital in operating rooms. Thecollaboration improves the quality of service and improves patient’ssafety. The information presented is reliable and will be vital fordeveloping a background for my research.

Ryan,M., Scott, D. A., Reeves, C., Bate, A., Van Teijlingen, E. R.,Russell, E. M., &amp Robb, C. M. (2001). Eliciting publicpreferences for healthcare: A systematic review of techniques. HealthTechnology Assessment, 5(5), 1-186.

Theauthors of this article discuss the techniques that can be used toobtain the preferences of the public in the healthcare sector. Themethods used in obtaining the public opinions are quantitative andqualitative. Both the methods are not effective. However, they mustaccommodate the views of the public. The views can help improve thedifferent sectors of the healthcare. This article will be integral insupporting the need to undertake a study on quality improvementinventiveness.

References

Jadad,A. R., Haynes, R. B., Hunt, D., &amp Browman, G. P. (2000). TheInternet and evidence-based decision-making: A needed synergy forefficient knowledge management in health care. CanadianMedical Association Journal, 162(3), 362-365.

Lluch,M. (2011). Healthcare professionals’ organizational barriers tohealth information technologies: A literature review. InternationalJournal of Medical Informatics, 80(12), 849-862.

Liberatore,M. J., &amp Nydick, R. L. (2008). The analytic hierarchy process inmedical and health care decision-making: A literature review.EuropeanJournal of Operational Research, 18 91),194-207.

Manser,T. (2009). Teamwork and patient safety in dynamic domains ofhealthcare: a review of the literature. ActaAnaesthesiologica Scandinavica, 53(2), 143-151.

Ryan,M., Scott, D. A., Reeves, C., Bate, A., Van Teijlingen, E. R.,Russell, E. M., &amp Robb, C. M. (2001). Eliciting publicpreferences for healthcare: A systematic review of techniques. HealthTechnology Assessment, 5(5), 1-186.