Future Trends Health Care 2013 - Page 11

5. Business Management Coordinating the efforts of people to accomplish desired goals and objectives using available resources efficiently and effectively. Management comprises planning, organizing, staffing, leading or directing, and controlling an organization for the purpose of meeting designated outcomes. Skills and Knowledge for Business Management: Accounting Accreditation Participation Human Resources Requirements Process/ Change Management Billing/Insurance pre-authorization Provision of Care, Treatment, and Services Business continuity planning Purchasing Business management Readmissions Clinical Recruitment & Retention Complexity of medical health problems, aging and life expectancy Reduced readmissions Compliance Safety and Quality requirements Distributer Services/Logistics Staffing/Recruitment/Retention Diversity of employee and patient Supplier/Equipment Contracts Emergency Management Systems Emotional intelligence as part of leadership Teamwork Enterprise - Universal Patient ID across Technology health system Transformational leadership Environment of Care Transplant Safety Ethics Waived Testing Rights and Responsibilities of the Individual Facilities management ┬ęCopyright North Central Texas InterLink, Inc. All rights reserved 8