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Title: Physicians and Strategic Decision Making Processes in Hospitals
Researcher: Lingaiah, A.
Guide(s): Rao, N. V. M.
Keywords: Physicians, Hospitals, Decision Making, Economics
University: Birla Institute of Technology and Science
Completed Date: 18/07/2015
Abstract: This research is in the area of physician leadership and management. In most organizations, leaders and managers are seen as having different roles leaders focus on skills that help develop people s abilities, while managers are more concerned with keeping the organization running as efficiently as possible. In the ever-changing world of healthcare today, most Physicians will need to possess both leadership and management skills. Physicians who are at the-coal face in the management of the ward and constitute the largest number of operational managers in hospitals. As organizations restructure for cost efficiency, Physicians are asked to take on more responsibilities to meet the priorities of the organization. The Physicians role links management and employees, facilitates and ensures the provision of quality of care and is pivotal in the meeting of organizational goals and objectives. Many researchers are also state that substantial changes in the healthcare system have evolved the role from being just an experienced member of hospital with excellent clinical skills to one that involves dealing with the complexities of being an effective leader and manager. newlineThe main focus of this research focused on broad range of issues with collection and analysis of diversity of information in the field of strategic decision making processes in Indian hospitals.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/125418
Appears in Departments:Economics & Finance

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