In this module, you will examine the financial, ethical, and legal implications of a health care management problem. Examples of problem areas are: budget shortfalls, staffing shortages, the conduct of staff members, honoroing patient wishes, and following the myriad of rules and reguations, etc.. These areas can have a great impact on any organization and the administrator must have an understanding of what these problems look like and potential solutions.
Module 3 – Background
IDENTIFICATION OF MANAGERIAL, FINANCIAL, LEGAL AND ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS
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