HLTH 3350; MODULE #2 MANAGMENT FUNCTIONS .pptx

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Management Functions Module 2
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What is Management? “process, comprised of social and technical functions and activities, occurring within organizations for the purpose of accomplishing predetermined objectives through humans and other resources” “process of getting things done through and with people by directing and motivating the efforts of individuals toward common objectives” Buchbinder and Shanks, 2017, pg 4
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Leadership vs. Management Competencies Leadership Establishing mission Setting vision and direction Motivating stakeholders Effective spokesperson Determining future strategies Transformation org Networking Management Staffing personnel Assuring patient-centered practices Controlling resources Supervising services Adherence to regulations Developing employees Managing operations Buckbinder & Shanks, 2017, pg 25
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Management and Leadership Domains External Community needs, population characteristics, reimbursement, licensure, accreditation, stakeholder demands, competitors Internal Staffing, budgeting, quality services, patient satisfaction, physician relations, financial performance, technology acquisition, new service development
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