Running head: HOW PERCEPTIONS OF HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENTAFFECT OUTCOMES1HOW PERCEPTIONS OF HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT AFFECT OUTCOMESGail D. GranthamAmerican Intercontinental University
HOW PERCEPTIONS OF HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT AFFECTOUTCOMES2AbstractMotivational theories include theory X and theory Y. Managers use these theories, which are verydifferent from one another, to encourage their personnel. Theory X emphasizes supervision, whereastheory Y emphasizes rewards and recognition. Employee morale is influenced by the way managers treattheir employees, especially in terms of their capacity to drive them to succeed Morale of employees maydrop or soar depending on the actions of bosses. To be able to perceive something, you have to come intocontact with a specific stimulus. Stimuli in the environment may entice us to pay attention to themthrough our various senses. The ability to identify and distinguish things and events is essential fornormal perception. Without this capacity, people are unable to employ their senses to the fullest extentpossible. Interpretation is the process of representing and understanding stimuli that have an effect on us.Due to Registration, individuals retain a mental record of the stimulus they've received from theirenvironment. When it comes to healthcare, things have gotten more complicated and specific. Medicalprofessionals are being forced into providing more sophisticated health services. Those working in thehealthcare industry should be able to communicate effectively in order to provide valuable insight intodifficult health care decisions, foster collaborative care, and improve health outcomes. Developing healthstrategies in healthcare is essential for fostering teamwork, information sharing, and coordination ofrelevant health choices.HOW PERCEPTIONS OF HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT AFFECT OUTCOMES
HOW PERCEPTIONS OF HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT AFFECTOUTCOMES3Theory X's management, according to McGregor, assumes that:For most people, work is inherently unpleasant, and they will do anything to avoid it.Most people aren't ambitious, don't want to be held accountable, and prefer to be led bysomeone.Organizing problems is a difficult task for most people.In Maslow's hierarchy of needs, motivation occurs only at the physiological and securitylevel.Most people are self-absorbed. The result of this is that they need to be closely monitoredand often coerced in order to achieve organizational goals.Most people are resistant to change.Most people are naive and gullible.Theory X assumes that money is the primary source of employee motivation, followedclosely by security. It is possible to achieve results using a hard or soft approach according toTheory X.