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Effective Hospital Management

Effective Hospital Management

Author: Rufino Macagba MD MPH

Publisher: Covenant Books, Inc.

ISBN: 9781643004082

Category: Fiction

Page: 264

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This book proposes that hospitals should aim not only to heal or rehabilitate the sick, but should also teach people how to live a healthy life. The management system described can be used by hospital managers at any level to improve performance and results following a team approach where various needed skills are added when needed. The key to success is to have team members and staff whose competencies complement each other. Mastering hospital management is a lifetime quest, but one can begin to use and benefit from the proven management methods described. Continuing improvements are achieved by having a team committed to continuous improvement, whose skills reinforce one another, reading recommended books, learning from visiting other hospitals, and talking to colleagues in those hospitals. -Dr. Rufino L. Macagba

Essentials of Hospital Management & Administration

Essentials of Hospital Management & Administration

Author: D L Ramachandra

Publisher: Educreation Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 231

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Many of the chapters in this book deals with the principles of management to be applied by the hospital managers and administrators to guide them and make them understand their responsibilities. This book is briefly explains the important and essential aspects of hospital planning, design, organization of outpatient and inpatient departments, management of hospital human resources, maintenance of medical record section, hospital waste management like collection, segregation, transport and disposal of hospital waste products, management of hospital infection control system, marketing of health service, public relations in hospitals, ethics in medical practice and other various aspects of hospital administration which is useful ready guide for hospital administrators. This book will certainly help many doctors, hospital administrators, nurses, paramedical staff, hospital management post graduate students and other medical fraternity. Dr. D. L. Ramachandra

Service Business Model Innovation in Healthcare and Hospital Management

Service Business Model Innovation in Healthcare and Hospital Management

Author: Mario A. Pfannstiel

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319464121

Category: Medical

Page: 296

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This book demonstrates how to successfully manage and lead healthcare institutions by employing the logic of business model innovation to gain competitive advantages. Since clerk-like routines in professional organizations tend to overlook patient and service-centered healthcare solutions, it challenges the view that competition and collaboration in the healthcare sector should not only incorporate single-end services, therapies or diagnosis related groups. Moreover, the authors focus on holistic business models, which place greater emphasis on customer needs and put customers and patients first. The holistic business models approach addresses topics such as business operations, competitiveness, strategic business objectives, opportunities and threats, critical success factors and key performance indicators.The contributions cover various aspects of service business innovation such as reconfiguring the hospital business model in healthcare delivery, essential characteristics of service business model innovation in healthcare, guided business modeling and analysis for business professionals, patient-driven service delivery models in healthcare, and continuous and co-creative business model creation. All of the contributions introduce business models and strategies, process innovations, and toolkits that can be applied at the managerial level, ensuring the book will be of interest to healthcare professionals, hospital managers and consultants, as well as scholars, whose focus is on improving value-generating and competitive business architectures in the healthcare sector.

HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE INCLUDING LAW

HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE INCLUDING LAW

Author: BV Subrahmanyam

Publisher: CBS Publishers & Distributors Private Limited

ISBN: 9789387085152

Category:

Page: 10

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This book is a complete text for postgraduate/MBA students in hospital administration in various universities/medical colleges. It will also serve as a quick guide to the doctors managing the clinics and hospitals, and as a convenient reference to all the administrators responsible for handling hospital management in a modern set up.

High Performance in Hospital Management

High Performance in Hospital Management

Author: Edda Weimann

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783662496602

Category: Medical

Page: 219

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This book provides a broad overview of what is needed to run hospitals and other health care facilities effectively and efficiently. All of the skills and tools required to achieve this aim are elucidated in the book, including business engineering and change management, strategic planning and the Balanced Scorecard, project management, integrative innovation management, social and ethical aspects of human resource management, communication and conflict management, staff development and leadership. The guidance offered is exceptional and applicable in both developed and developing countries. Furthermore, the relevant theoretical background is outlined and instructive case reports are included. Each chapter finishes with a summary and five reflective questions. Excellence can only be achieved when health care professionals show in addition to their medical skills a high level of managerial competence. High performance in Hospital Management assists managers of health care providers as well as doctors and nurses to engage in the successful management of a health care facility.

Hospital Management and Emergency Medicine: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice

Hospital Management and Emergency Medicine: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice

Author: Management Association, Information Resources

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799824527

Category: Medical

Page: 627

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Improvements in hospital management and emergency medical and critical care services require continual attention and dedication to ensure efficient and proper care for citizens. To support this endeavor, professionals rely more and more on the application of information systems and technologies to promote the overall quality of modern healthcare. Implementing effective technologies and strategies ensures proper quality and instruction for both the patient and medical practitioners. Hospital Management and Emergency Medicine: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice examines the latest scholarly material on emerging strategies and methods for delivering optimal emergency medical care and examines the latest technologies and tools that support the development of efficient emergency departments and hospital staff. While highlighting the challenges medical practitioners and healthcare professionals face when treating patients and striving to optimize their processes, the book shows how revolutionary technologies and methods are vastly improving how healthcare is implemented globally. Highlighting a range of topics such as overcrowding, decision support systems, and patient safety, this publication is an ideal reference source for hospital directors, hospital staff, emergency medical services, paramedics, medical administrators, managers and employees of health units, physicians, medical students, academicians, and researchers seeking current research on providing optimal care in emergency medicine.

The Emergence of Modern Hospital Management and Organisation in the World 1880s-1930s

The Emergence of Modern Hospital Management and Organisation in the World 1880s-1930s

Author: Paloma Fernández Pérez

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN: 9781787699915

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 168

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The Emergence of Modern Hospital Management and Organisation in the World 1880s-1930s analyzes core themes from a business history perspective to reach a new understanding about the history of modern large scale healthcare institutions, from the United States to China, with particular attention to Spain.