HSA 520 WEEK 6 DQ 1&2

HSA 520 WEEK 6 DQ 1&2

 

 

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HSA 520 week 6 dq 1&2,

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In describing the functions of management, Fayol stated that the manager must know how to handle people and must be able to defend his or her point of view with confidence and enthusiasm. Therefore in the world of business today, a manager’s responsibility is to lead an organization’s staff to the achievements of previously set goals by planning, organizing, leading, and controlling.Planning functions includes determining philosophy, goals, objectives, policies, procedures, and rules; carrying out long- and short-range projections; determining a fiscal course of action; and managing planned change. Planning forces an organization to forecast the environment, gives direction in the form of objectives, provides the basis for teamwork, and helps management to learn to live with ambiguity. Organizational development deals with changing the work environment to make it more conductive to worker satisfaction and productivity. Its functions includes establishing the structure to carry out plans, determining the most appropriate type of patient care delivery, and grouping activities to meet unit goals. Other functions involve working within the structure of the organization and understanding and using power and authority appropriately. Directing is one of the management2-

 

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The HIMS development method I think would be the most effective in a health care organization is the Business Systems Planning. Business systems planning looks at the entire organization to determine what information systems the organization requires to fulfill its goals. BSP addresses the requirements of top management by aligning systems planning with the organization’s strategic plan (Tan & Payton, P. 203). The requirements for a company’s information systems can only be integrated into a plan when it is clear where the organization wants to go and how it plans to get there. A strategic plan is form and when it is formed, it lays out the organization’s goals and the strategies it intends to implement to achieve them. Over the years, the use of Business Systems Planning has provided a number of benefits to health care organizations of all sizes. One of the key benefits has to do with the ability to create a balanced view of what is and is not working with the current structure of a business, especially the technology that provides the foundation for that structure. By prompting the objective assessment of the system at…………………………………………………………………….