Haimann's Healthcare Management by Rose T. Dunn CPA FACHE FHFMA

By Rose T. Dunn CPA FACHE FHFMA

Applicable for an introductory direction, Haimann's textual content takes a extensive procedure in acquainting scholars of all degrees of healthcare supervision to such present and demanding subject matters as controlled care, mergers, sexual harassment, and accrediting.

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The conclusion was that the lighting had no influence on productivity whatsoever. Instead, the increased attention from the interviewers to the employees was the catalyst for the increased productivity. Other studies were pursued with varying degrees of interviewing, direct supervision from the research team, team projects, and involvement of the employees in the design of the activities to be studied, leading to similar conclusions that essentially defined worker attitude as a key element in productivity.

Managers can apply knowledge gained by past experience to new situations, and no manager should ever underestimate the importance of such knowledge. On the other hand, it is dangerous to follow past experience blindly. Experiential decision making is often seen in medicine. For example, a person appears at an urologist’s office with lower back pain, and the urologist may diagnose it as a bladder infection. An orthopedist posed the same problem may consider it a spur on a lumbar vertebra, while a neurologist may consider it a pinched nerve.

The responsibility lies with you to accomplish the task through proper planning, organizing, staffing, influencing, and controlling. The discussion in chapter 12 on the meaning and various other bases of authority will shed additional light on this concept. Chapter 14 looks at how subordinates and workers react to authority and how authority is delegated. Delegation of authority means the process by which a supervisor receives authority from the superior manager, as well as the process by which some of the authority assigned to this position is delegated to subordinates.

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