CurrentTrends in Healthcare Management
Undertakingthe management course is important. The course will provide thenecessary skills you need to ensure that the day care operations arecarried out in the best way. The effectiveness of procedures willensure that the day care achieves its goals. Besides, you will learnhow to acquire the appropriate resources for the dare care. Thecourse will introduce you to the processes of management and how theyare used to achieve organizational objectives through human and otherresources (Buchbinder, & Shanks, 2012). You will also learn aboutthe common terms used in management such as planning, staffing,organizing, controlling and directing. Additional information willinclude how to use the various terms in running the daycare(Buchbinder, 2007).
Iagree that change is the only thing that is constant. The world is onthe verge of exploiting fast data interchange to improve how thingsare done. The elimination of the Medicaid programme was more of astrategy to increase the quality of service as opposed to a reductionof costs. Various advancement in technology has led to an easieridentification of available means to improve the quality of serviceand to keep the costs at their minimum (Buchbinder, 2007).
Electronicdocumentation is made possible by the invention of cloud computing.Organizations can process a lot of information and save on paperwork.It is true that electronic documentation increases the productivityof health care providers. Due to the massive number of recordsprocessed by healthcare professionals, electronic documentationincreased the rate of access to the registers (Buchbinder, &Shanks, 2012). Besides, it provides interlinked capabilities thatenable the access to the same information by various professionalssimultaneously. The use of the cloud to store information furthersaves on office space while the ability to share infrastructurereduces the cost of processing information (Advanced healthcarenetwork, 2010).
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Buchbinder,S. (2007). Introductionto health care management.Sudbury, Mass.: Jones and Bartlett.
Buchbinder,S. B., & Shanks, N. H. (2012). Introductionto health care management (2nded).Burlington, Mass: Jones & Bartlett Learning.