Chapter 14 HCMG 4401
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Date Created: 02/20/16
Long-Term Care Chapter Fourteen: Effective Governance, Leadership, and Management - Ownership structure: for-profit, public, not-for-profit - Private For-Profit: maximization of profits/values for owners/stakeholders Board’s Function: umbrella Nursing Home Admin.: CEO of that facility - HR Manager and every other depo. Cooperate Compliance - Work within rules and guidelines (expectations) - ACA 60-day notice in advance if closure - Do what is right= standard - Integrity, vigilance, and action when needed A Good Compliance Program 1. Standard and proceedures 2. Assignment of responsibilities to oversee program 3. Open lines of communication Management - Business - Work and workers - Community and society **** Healthcare everywhere is a business*** What is the bottom line? (Are you making money/ bringing in money to the company/ facility) Money= stakeholders HAPPY Economic performance is key! (Surveys and customers service) Managing workers= productivity increasing - Value and collaboration (interdependence) - AT PEACE AS A WHOLE - Make it as easy as possible - Lead and motivate Managing Facility/Community - Must connect with community - Every person needs to work together Managers- task oriented Leaders- people and their potential- oriented Situational Leadership: varies with style and leader. - Directing, Coaching, Supporting, Delagating Implications of Leadership Theory 1. Build commitment 2. Achieve success 3. Want respect 4. Expect management support 5. Must be direct but engaging 6. Serve as a mentor/ role model Management (as a whole) Glue that holds everything together. Functions: Planning, Organizing, Leading, Controlling. - Tools for Effective Management 1. Vision 2. Mission 3. Values 4. Respect, Honesty, Openness (transparency) 5. Fairness 6. Quality Economic Growth Decision-making and problem-solving Effective meetings Conflict management Relationships w/ superiors Risk Management We want to be known for doing what we said we are doing to do. Mission- current Vision- future Core Values: one word, align you with the company *Undercurrent of re-writing mission and vision statements, while staff needs to know core values* Not all companies have CVs. Decision-making is an up-the-ladder process! (time consuming) Have an agenda when in meetings. Handling Conflict: good listening, be fair
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