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Publisher: AOTA Press
Edited by Karen Jacobs, EdD, OTR/L, CPE, FAOTA, and Guy L. McCormack, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA
In today’s health care environment, occupational therapy practitioners in clinical and leadership positions must be prepared to ensure that clients receive the highest quality of care; staff morale and efficiency remain high; businesses and organizations are profitable; and the profession is recognized by other health care professionals, reimbursers, and clients as a valuable service steeped in evidence. The Occupational Therapy Manager, 5th Edition, can help occupational therapy practitioners become capable, effective leaders across all practice settings. This new edition includes 37 new and updated chapters, discussing the how-to aspects of creating evidence-based practices; effectively leading and motivating staff; ensuring ethical service delivery; and important day-to-day items such as budgeting, documentation, and reimbursement. Chapters also are updated to reflect health care reform and its potential effects on occupational therapy.
ContentsPart I. Defining and Rethinking ManagementChapter 1. Historial and Current Perspectives on ManagementChapter 2. Common Skill Sets for Occupational Therapy Managers and PractitionersChapter 3. Evolution of Occupational Therapy Delivery SystemsChapter 4. Dynamical Systems Theory in Occupational Therapy ManagementChapter 5. Occupation-Based Practice in Management
Part II. Strategic PlanningChapter 6. Strategic PlanningChapter 7. Financial Planning and BudgetingChapter 8. Marketing Occupational TherapyChapter 9. Starting a New Program, Business, or PracticeChapter 10. EntrepreneurshipChapter 11. Proposal and Grant Writing
Part III. Leading and OrganizingChapter 12. Communication in the WorkplaceChapter 13. Personnel ManagementChapter 14. Conflict ResolutionChapter 15. Motivating EmployeesChapter 16. Mentoring and Professional DevelopmentChapter 17. Global Perspectives in Occupational Therapy PracticeChapter 18. Leadership DevelopmentChapter 19. Passion = Energy = Quality: Leading Others to Love Their WorkChapter 20. A Legacy of Leadership: Transforming the Occupational Therapy ProfessionChapter 21. Managing Programs in Emerging Practice Areas
Part IV. Controlling OutcomesChapter 22. Evidence-Based PracticeChapter 23. Evidence-Based Occupational Therapy ManagementChapter 24. Documentation of Occupational TherapyChapter 25. ReimbursementChapter 26. Evaluating Occupational Therapy ServicesChapter 27. Managing Organizational Change
Part V. Public Policy, Professional Standards, and CollaborationChapter 28. Federal Legislative AdvocacyChapter 29. State Regulation of Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy AssistantsChapter 30. Ethical Dimensions of Occupational TherapyChapter 31. Continuing CompetencyChapter 32. Legal Dimensions of Occupational TherapyChapter 33. Consultation: Collaborative Interventions for ChangeChapter 34. Health Disparities in Practice and the Workplace: A Manager's Role in Ensuring Equitable Client CareChapter 35. Major Accrediting Organizations That Influence Occupational Therapy PracticeChapter 36. Accreditation Related to Education
Part VI. SupervisionChapter 37. Management of Fieldwork EducationAppendixes—Occupational Therapy Code of Ethics and Ethics Standards, Scope of Practice, ACOTE Standards, and more!
The Occupational Therapy Manager is the best-selling and most comprehensive management book in the profession and is a fundamental, classic text for all occupational therapy students, practitioners, and managers.
978-1-56900-273-5, 669 pages, 2011
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