Management Principles for Health Professionals
Aspen Publishers, 1992 - Health services administration - 422 pages
This basic introductory text presents management principles with a hands-on approach. Management Principles for Health Professionals adds specific allied health examples, presenting a strong cross-market potential. Useful for introductory health administration courses in management as well as for health care professionals who want a basic book on how to establish procedures.
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Appendix 2AMedical Record Department Policies
Appendix 2BPhysical Therapy Section Policies and Procedures
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accept accrediting action activities administrative agencies allied health assess assigned authority basic behavior budget chairperson Chester Barnard clients clinical committee communication conflict coordination cost decision departmental determine director employees equipment evaluation example Exhibit facility factors feedback flow chart formal functional objectives functions Gantt chart goals health care organizations hospital Identify individual institution involved job description July 26 leadership management by objectives manager Medical Record Administration medical record department ment mentee mentor motivation needs nursing objectives Occupational Therapy operating organizational overall participation pattern performance person personnel physical therapy policies position practitioners problem procedures professional random number table rational-legal authority rehabilitation relationship release of information requests responsibility role sample schedule specific stage strategies structure supervisor therapist Thomas Jefferson University tion unit Vincent's Medical Center workers workflow