The administrators in a hospital are responsible for managing the hospital itself

The administrators in a hospital are responsible for managing the hospital itself

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The administrators in a hospital are responsible for managing the hospital itself, establishing and staying within a budget, hiring and managing staff, setting priorities, and maintaining regulatory compliance. The administrator is responsible not only for the internal functioning of the organization, but for its role, image, and responsibility in and to the community. They are responsible for carrying out the strategic plan developed by the board and carries on the day-to-day operation of the facility. Administrators try to make their hospital the most attractive to the doctor by making the physician’s dealings with the hospital convenient and pleasant. The medical staff itself is organized in parallel to the administration and it does take on some management roles, largely having to do with giving doctors permission to work in the hospital, assuring clinical quality and the proper use of medications. The active medical staff consists of physicians that are accorded with all rights, privileges, and responsibilities. They provide most of the care, offer
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2010 for the course HCA/210 AAAA0NYSI8 taught by Professor Timbouseman during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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