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Essentials of Management for Healthcare Professionals

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Title: Essentials of Management for Healthcare Professionals
Author: Hari Singh
ISBN: 1138297488 / 9781138297487
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 283
Publisher: Productivity Press
Year: 2018
Availability: 15-30 days
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Medical care is an industry and private providers and hospitals are the major service providers. They operate on business principles. Hospitals are getting highly specialized and complex. The diagnostics and therapeutics are technology intensive. Private establishments have to compete with one another to remain in business. They strive to induct the best talent and latest technical know-how, resulting in ever-increasing costs to patients. Patients, who pay high charges, demand quality as a matter of right. To meet the challenge, hospitals are constrained to bring in professionalism in their systems and services. They appoint qualified professional managers to manage their clinics and hospitals with a view to sparing health professionals to focus on clinical care. Whether right or wrong, ‘management’ is often associated with authority and power. As a result, the medical professionals are reduced to secondary level in some organizations. To retain commanding positions in medical organizations, it has become necessary for the healthcare professionals to learn ‘management’, at least its basics.

On the other hand, non-medical managers while managing healthcare services do not get the required cooperation from the medical professionals, as the latter are often secretive and not willing to share medical knowledge. If medical knowledge is demystified, non-medical managers can perform many functions in healthcare organizations proficiently. Both medical and non-medical managers can complement each other in providing quality healthcare services.

The book aims to orient clinicians (including physicians and nurses) and other healthcare professionals on the essentials of business management and to familiarize them with management terms and jargon. They can learn to be effective managers besides being health professionals. Similarly, non- medical managers can get familiarized to nuances of clinical care and special managerial requirements of healthcare facilities. They all will be able to relate processes in healthcare settings with the concepts of business management. They can develop expertise on patient relationship management.

  • Orients doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals on the essentials of business management and to familiarize them with management terms and jargon.
  • Outlines how professionals can develop expertise on patient relationship management and contribute to enhancing patient satisfaction in their facilities.
  • Equips healthcare professionals to develop business plans to expand their business or to start a new venture and estimate possible financial returns on their investment.


Part 1
Chapter 1 :
Introduction to Management
Chapter 2 : An Effective Manager
Chapter 3 : Time Management
Chapter 4 : Conflict Management
Chapter 5 : Quality Improvement
Chapter 6 : Patient Satisfaction

Part 2
Chapter 7 :
Healthcare Systems
Chapter 8 : Mission, Vision and Values
Chapter 9 : Functions of Management
Chapter 10 : Planning
Chapter 11 : Organizing
Chapter 12 : Monitoring and Supervision
Chapter 13 : Evaluation

Part 3
Chapter 14 :
Medical Audit
Chapter 15 : Infection Prevention
Chapter 16 : Bio-medical Waste Management
Chapter 17 : Materials Management


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