6 edition of The changing role of the hospital found in the catalog.
The changing role of the hospital
Minnesota Hospital Association.
|Statement||compiled by the Minnesota Hospital Association ; Mara Minerva Melum, editor ; Fern Z. Liang and Sheryl Locke McInerney, principal contributing authors.|
|Contributions||Melum, Mara Minerva., Liang, Fern Z., McInerney, Sheryl Locke.|
|LC Classifications||RA963 .M56 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 322 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||322|
|LC Control Number||80022037|
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“This timely book provides insight into the changing role of the ‘hospital’ in the face of technological, organizational innovation and ever-tightening health budgets.”. Book Description. Bringing together sociological theories and nursing practice this text develops a dynamic conceptualisation of the nursing role which is rooted in the work setting.
It looks at the factors which have shaped nursing work in the past and those which are likely to shape it in the future. systems and the changing role of the hospital within those emerging systems.
Ambulatory care, increased care in doctors’ offices, decreasing hospital reimbursement, managed care and utiliza-tion review, and other factors were reducing the long-standing role of the hospital as the major locus of care. In the years to come hospital management will be devoted to this construction.
Conclusions. The hospital managers of tomorrow will have to manage uncertainty, even though teams will demand transparency in reference to their values and their desire to ensure a stable environment for their patients.
The role of hospital manager will be difficult. This paper examines the evolving role of the hospital within the health care system in industrialized countries and explores the evidence on which policy-makers might base their decisions.
It begins by tracing the evolving concept of the hospital, concluding that hospitals must continue to evolve in response to factors such as changing health care needs and emerging by: The role of a hospital chaplain is new to me, and this book did a great job in setting expectations in a clear and helpful manner.
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The goals of the change are shifted from “Provider centered care” to Patient centered care”,File Size: 1MB. The Role of Hospital Management in Transforming Healthcare. In a time of rapid change in the healthcare system, it’s no surprise that hospitals across the country are examining new patient care delivery approaches.
In many cases, business professionals with management experience are driving innovation. Changing Concept of Hospitals 4 Types of Hospital 14 5 Roles of Hospital Administrator 18 Role Towards Patients 19 Role Towards Hospital Organization 19 Role Towards Community 20 6 Functions of Hospital Management 20 7 Hospital Services 23 Medical Staff 23 File Size: KB.
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