Organizational research in hospitals

  • 112 Pages
  • 1.54 MB
  • English
Blue Cross Association , Chicago
Hospitals -- Administration -- Congr
StatementStephen M. Shortell, Montague Brown, editors.
ContributionsShortell, Stephen M. 1944-, Brown, Montague.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 112 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15095880M
ISBN 100914818023
LC Control Number76046140

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ce for Health Policy and Systems Research. Health Organization. ISBN 92 4 6 (NLM classification: W ). tion as a research laboratory, an educational institution, and a major employer within the community. Being a hospital patient is usually at best an unpleasant personal trial and at worst a serious, perhaps life-threatening event.

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Current research on organizational behavior in healthcare setting suggests that because hospitals and staff members are Organizational research in hospitals book of such a complex entity, implementing changes of any kind can be. As depicted in Figure 1, patient safety outcomes are influenced by a number of factors, including several sources external to the hospital (e.g., relevant legislation, agency mandates, and special interest groups).

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Organizational Behavior Management in Health Care: Applications for Large-Scale Improvements in Patient Safety. Thomas R. Cunningham, MS, and E. Scott Geller, PhD. Abstract. Medical errors continue to be a major public health issue.

This paper attempts to bridge a possible disconnect between behavioral science and the management of medical Size: KB. In hospital settings, nurses fulfill two roles. Based upon expert knowledge, nurses provide care to the ill or prevent illness. Nurses also maintain and manage the environment surrounding the delivery of care, which has increasingly involved coordinating the care activities provided by other health care by: The essays in this annual series, Research in Organizational Behavior, span several levels of analysis, ranging from studies of individuals to groups to organizations and their topics are likewise diverse, covering issues from individual emotion.

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Despite healthcare complexity and challenges, current models of management and organization of technology in hospitals. A hospital is a living organization-- people make a hospital work and its culture ties people together, giving meaning and purpose to their day-to-day activities and lives” (, p.

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Job Satisfaction, Organizational Behavior, and Training to Improve Employees Performance Acase: Public Hospitals of this research.

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I chose to conduct a scoping study as my intent was to examine information that went beyond a very limited number of research articles on organizational culture in emergency departments and the treatment of older adults. A scoping study approach.

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A greater understanding of the organizational milieu into which innovations will be introduced, as well as the organizational factors that are likely to foster or hinder the adoption and use of new technologies, care arrangements and Cited by: Trends in Hospital-based Population Health Infrastructure 5 Organizational Infrastructure An organization’s structure determines its efficiency and ability to fulfill its goals.

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Organizational culture refers to the beliefs and values that have existed in an organization for a long time, and to the beliefs of the staff and the foreseen value of their work that will influence their attitudes and behavior. Administrators usually adjust their leadership behavior to accomplish the mission of the organization, and this could influence the employees' job by: organizational structure depends on the situation, consisting of the particular technology, the environment, and many other dynamic forces.

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According to the findings, if the organizational climate scores of the employees are high, organizational commitment scores of the employees are high at the same time. In other words, if the employees in public hospitals of North Cyprus perceive the organizational climate in a positive way, they will have higher levels of organizational by: 5.

Financial challenges again ranked No. 1 on the list of hospital CEOs’ top concerns inaccording to the American College of Healthcare Executives’ annual survey of top issues confronting hospitals. Governmental mandates and patient safety and quality both .since in a large segment of healthcare research and practice the organizational perspective has been neglected.

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