FIU HSA 3180 Human Trafficking on A Healthcare Organization Presentation

FIU HSA 3180 Human Trafficking on A Healthcare Organization Presentation ORDER NOW FOR CUSTOMIZED AND ORIGINAL ESSAY PAPERS ON FIU HSA 3180 Human Trafficking on A Healthcare Organization Presentation I’m working on a health & medical presentation and need support to help me understand better. FIU HSA 3180 Human Trafficking on A Healthcare Organization Presentation Present a 12 – 15 slide PowerPoint on the emerging health issue you picked. The number of slides exclude the title and reference pages. Substantial Speaker Notes are required throughout the entire presentation. Below you will find articles with more info on speaker notes. Discuss the potential impact of the issue on a health care organization. Analyze the potential risks of the issue on a health care organization. Propose strategies for addressing the issue in health care settings. Examine the role of the health care manager for the health issue. Reference your readings and include a minimum of 5 peer-reviewed, scholarly, or similar articles. Format your PowerPoint according to APA guidelines. Review attached Grading Rubric, Presentation Tips, and Articles on Speaker Notes Below are articles on what Speaker notes are and how to add them to your presentation: https://www.free-power-point-templates.com/articles/speaker-notes/ (Links to an external site.) https://www.lifewire.com/what-are-powerpoint-speaker-notes-2767471 (Links to an external site.) https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Add-speaker-notes-to-your-slides-26985155-35F5-45BA-812B-E1BD3C48928E _ppt_rubric.pdf introduction_to_health_care_management_3rd_edition_b01enwyuo2.pdf human_trafficking_hsa_3381.pptx Grading Criteria: Introduction to Health Care Management HSA 3180 – Dr. Kameka Grading Criteria Emerging Issues in Health Care Management Select one emerging health issue from Chapter 17 in your textbook: ? ? ? ? ? Vaccine Preventable Diseases Bioterrorism Human Trafficking Violence in Health Care Settings Medical Tourism Present a 12 – 15 slide PowerPoint on the emerging health issue you picked. The number of slides exclude the title and reference pages. Substantial Speaker Notes are required throughout the entire presentation. ? ? ? ? Discuss the potential impact of the issue on a health care organization. Analyze the potential risks of the issue on a health care organization. Propose strategies for addressing the issue in health care settings. Examine the role of the health care manager for the health issue. Reference your readings and include a minimum of 5 peer-reviewed, scholarly, or similar articles. Format your PowerPoint according to APA guidelines. . Content Points Available Points Additional Earned Comments: 60 Percent 60 X/60 The PowerPoint includes the following: ? An introduction of the emerging health issue and some background information on the topic. ? A discussion of the potential impact on the health care organization. ? An analyzes of the potential risks for the health care organization. ? Strategies for addressing the issue in health care settings. ? The role of the health care manager. ? Substantial Speaker Notes throughout the presentation. Organization/Development Points Available Points Additional Earned Comments: 20 Percent 20 ? ? ? ? The PowerPoint is 12-15 slides (excluding title and reference pg.) The introduction provides sufficient background on the topic and previews major points. The conclusion is logical, flows, and reviews the major points. Cites 5 peer-reviewed, scholarly, or similar resources. X/20 1 Grading Criteria: Introduction to Health Care Management HSA 3180 – Dr. Kameka Mechanics Points Available Points Additional Earned Comments: 20 Percent 20 ? ? ? ? X/20 The PowerPoint, including tables and graphs, headings, title page, and reference page, is formatted according to APA guidelines and meets requirements. Intellectual property is recognized with in-text citations and a reference page. The PowerPoint effectively uses headings, font styles, and white space. Rules of grammar, usage, and punctuation are followed; spelling is correct. Total Total Available Earned 100 2 THIRD EDITION Introduction to Health Care Management Edited by Sharon B. Buchbinder, RN, PhD Professor and Program Coordinator MS in Healthcare Management Program School of Graduate and Professional Studies Stevenson University Owings Mills, Maryland Nancy H. 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Production Credits VP, Executive Publisher: David D. Cella Publisher: Michael Brown Associate Editor: Lindsey Mawhiney Sousa Associate Editor: Nicholas Alakel Associate Production Editor: Rebekah Linga Senior Marketing Manager: Sophie Fleck Teague Manufacturing and Inventory Control Supervisor: Amy Bacus Composition: Integra Software Services Pvt. Ltd. Cover Design: Kristin E. Parker Rights & Media Specialist: Merideth Tumasz Media Development Editor: Shannon Sheehan Cover and Title Page Image: © Yegor Korzh/ShutterStock, Inc. Printing and Binding: Edwards Brothers Malloy Cover Printing: Edwards Brothers Malloy 10950-4 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Names: Buchbinder, Sharon Bell, editor. | Shanks, Nancy H., editor. Title: Introduction to health care management / [edited by] Sharon B. Buchbinder and Nancy H. Shanks. Description: Third edition. | Burlington, Massachusetts : Jones & Bartlett Learning, [2015] | Includes bibliographical references and index. Identifiers: LCCN 2015040132 | ISBN 9781284081015 (paper) Subjects: | MESH: Health Services Administration. | Efficiency, Organizational. | Health Care Costs. | Leadership. Classification: LCC RA971 | NLM W 84.1 | DDC 362.1–dc23 LC record available at http://lccn.loc.gov/2015040132 6048 Printed in the United States of America 20 19 18 17 16 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 3 4 We dedicate this book to our loving husbands, Dale Buchbinder and Rick Shanks— Who coached, collaborated, and coerced us to “FINISH THE THIRD EDITION!” 5 Contents FOREWORD PREFACE ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ABOUT THE EDITORS CONTRIBUTORS CHAPTER 1 An Overview of Health Care Management Jon M. Thompson, Sharon B. Buchbinder, and Nancy H. Shanks Introduction The Need for Managers and Their Perspectives Management: Definition, Functions, and Competencies Management Positions: The Control in the Organizational Heirarchy Focus of Management: Self, Unit/Team, and Organization Role of the Manager in Establishing and Maintaining Organizational Culture Role of the Manager in Talent Management Role of the Manager in Ensuring High Performance Role of the Manager in Leadership Development and Succession Planning Role of the Manager in Innovation and Change Management Role of the Manager in Health Care Policy Research in Health Care Management Chapter Summary CHAPTER 2 Leadership Louis Rubino Leadership vs. Management History of Leadership in the U.S. Contemporary Models Leadership Styles Leadership Competencies Leadership Protocols Governance Barriers and FIU HSA 3180 Human Trafficking on A Healthcare Organization Presentation Challenges Ethical Responsibility Important New Initiatives Leaders Looking to the Future Special Research Issues Conclusion CHAPTER 3 Management and Motivation Nancy H. Shanks and Amy Dore Introduction Motivation—The Concept History of Motivation Theories of Motivation 6 A Bit More About Incentives and Rewards Why Motivation Matters Motivated vs. Engaged—Are the Terms the Same? Measuring Engagement Misconceptions About Motivation and Employee Satisfaction Motivational and Engagement Strategies Motivating Across Generations Managing Across Generations Research Opportunities in Management and Motivation Conclusion CHAPTER 4 Organizational Behavior and Management Thinking Sheila K. McGinnis Introduction The Field of Organizational Behavior Organizational Behavior’s Contribution to Management Key Topics in Organizational Behavior Organizational Behavior Issues in Health Organizations Thinking: The “Inner Game” of Organizational Behavior The Four Key Features of Thinking Mental Representation: The Infrastucture of Thinking Processing Information: Fundamental Thinking Habits Decision Making, Problem Solving, and Biased Thinking Habits Social Cognition and Socio-Emotional Intelligence Research Opportunities in Organizational Behavior and Management Thinking Conclusion CHAPTER 5 Strategic Planning Susan Casciani Introduction Purpose and Importance of Strategic Planning The Planning Process SWOT Analysis Strategy Identification and Selection Rollout and Implementation Outcomes Monitoring and Control Strategy Execution Strategic Planning and Execution: The Role of the Health Care Manager Opportunities for Research in Strategic Planning Conclusion CHAPTER 6 Healthcare Marketing Nancy K. Sayre Introduction What Is Marketing? A Brief History of Marketing in Health Care The Strategic Marketing Process 7 Understanding Marketing Management Health Care Buyer Behavior Marketing Mix Marketing Plan Ethics and Social Responsibility Opportunities for Research in Health Care Marketing Conclusion CHAPTER 7 Quality Improvement Basics Eric S. Williams, Grant T. Savage, and Patricia A. Patrician Introduction Defining Quality in Health Care Why Is Quality Important? The Relevance of Health Information Technology in Quality Improvement Quality Improvement Comes (Back) to America Leaders of the Quality Movement Baldrige Award Criteria: A Strategic Framework for Quality Improvement Common Elements of Quality Improvement Three Approaches to Quality Improvement Quality Improvement Tools Opportunities for Research in Health Care Quality Conclusion CHAPTER 8 Information Technology Nancy H. Shanks and Sharon B. Buchbinder Introduction Information Systems Used by Managers The Electronic Medical Record (EMR) The Challenges to Clinical System Adoption The Future of Health Care Information Technology The Impact of Information Technology on the Health Care Manager Opportunities for Research on Health Care Professionals Conclusion CHAPTER 9 Financing Health Care and Health Insurance Nancy H. Shanks Introduction Introduction to Health Insurance Brief History of Health Insurance Characteristics of Health Insurance Private Health Insurance Coverage The Evolution of Social Insurance Major “Players” in the Social Insurance Arena Statistics on Health Insurance Coverage and Costs Those Not Covered—The Uninsured Opportunities for Research on Emerging Issues Conclusion 8 CHAPTER 10 Managing Costs and Revenues Kevin D. Zeiler Introduction What Is Financial Management and Why Is It Important? Tax Status of Health Care Organizations Financial Governance and Responsibility Structure Managing Reimbursements from Third-Party Payers Coding in Health Care Controlling Costs and Cost Accounting Setting Charges Managing Working Capital Managing Accounts Receivable Managing Materials and Inventory Managing Budgets Opportunities for Research on Managing Costs and Revenues Conclusion CHAPTER 11 Managing Health Care Professionals Sharon B. Buchbinder and Dale Buchbinder Introduction Physicians Registered Nurses Licensed Practical Nurses/Licensed Vocational Nurses Nursing Assistants and Orderlies Home Health Aides Midlevel Practitioners Allied Health Professionals Opportunities for Research on Health Care Professionals Conclusion CHAPTER 12 The Strategic Management of Human Resources Jon M. Thompson Introduction Environmental Forces Affecting Human Resources Management Understanding Employees as Drivers of Organizational Performance Key Functions of Human Resources Management Workforce Planning/Recruitment Employee Retention Research in Human Resources Management Conclusion FIU HSA 3180 Human Trafficking on A Healthcare Organization Presentation CHAPTER 13 Teamwork Sharon B. Buchbinder and Jon M. Thompson Introduction What Is a Team? The Challenge of Teamwork in Health Care Organizations The Benefits of Effective Health Care Teams 9 The Costs of Teamwork Electronic Tools and Remote and Virtual Teams Face to Face Versus Virtual Teams Real-World Problems and Teamwork Who’s on the Team? Emotions and Teamwork Team Communication Methods of Managing Teams of Health Care Professionals Opportunities for Research on Emerging Issues Conclusion CHAPTER 14 Addressing Health Disparities: Cultural Proficiency Nancy K. Sayre Introduction Changing U.S. Demographics and Patient Populations Addressing Health Disparities by Fostering Cultural Competence in Health Care Organizations Best Practices Addressing Health Disparities by Enhancing Public Policy Opportunities for Research on Health Disparities and Cultural Proficiency Conclusion CHAPTER 15 Ethics and Law Kevin D. Zeiler Introduction Legal Concepts Tort Law Malpractice Contract Law Ethical Concepts Patient and Provider Rights and Responsibilities Legal/Ethical Concerns in Managed Care Biomedical Concerns Beginning- and End-of-Life Care Opportunities for Research in Health Care Ethics and Law Conclusion CHAPTER 16 Fraud and Abuse Kevin D. Zeiler Introduction What Is Fraud and Abuse? History The Social Security Act and the Criminal-Disclosure Provision The Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act Antitrust Issues Physician Self-Referral/Anti-Kickback/Safe Harbor Laws Management Responsibility for Compliance and Internal Controls Corporate Compliance Programs 10 Opportunities for Research in Fraud and Abuse Conclusion CHAPTER 17 Special Topics and Emerging Issues in Health Care Management Sharon B. Buchbinder and Nancy H. Shanks Introduction Re-Emerging Outbreaks, Vaccine Preventable Diseases, and Deaths Bioterrorism in Health Care Settings Human Trafficking Violence in Health Care Settings Medical Tourism Consumer-Directed Health Care Opportunities for Research on Emerging Issues CHAPTER 18 Health Care Management Case Studies and Guidelines Sharon B. Buchbinder, Donna M. Cox, and Susan Casciani Introduction Case Study Analysis Case Study Write-Up Team Structure and Process for Completion CASE STUDIES* Metro Renal—Case for Chapters 12 and 2 United Physician Group—Case for Chapters 5, 9, 11, and 15 Piecework—Case for Chapters 9 and 10 Building a Better MIS-Trap—Case for Chapter 8 Death by Measles—Case for Chapters 17, 11, and 15 Full Moon or Bad Planning?—Case for Chapters 17, 11, and 15 How Do We Handle a Girl Like Maria?—Case for Chapters 17 and 4 The Condescending Dental Hygienist—Case for Chapters 7, 12, 15, and 4 The “Easy” Software Upgrade at Delmar Ortho—Case for Chapters 8 and 13 The Brawler—Case for Chapters 11, 12, and 17 I Love You…Forever—Case for Chapters 17, 12, and 11 Managing Health Care Professionals—Mini-Case Studies for Chapter 11 Problems with the Pre-Admission Call Center—Case for Chapters 13 and 10 Such a Nice Young Man—Case for Chapters 17, 11, and 12 Sundowner or Victim?—Case for Chapters 15 and 17 Last Chance Hospital—Case for Chapters 5 and 6 The Magic Is Gone—Case for Chapters 3, 12, and 13 Set Up for Failure?—Case for Chapter 3 Sustaining an Academic Food Science and Nutrition Center Through Management Improvement—Case for Chapters 2 and 12 Giving Feedback—Empathy or Attributions?—Case for Chapter 4 Socio-Emotional Intelligence Exercise: Understanding and Anticipating Major Change—Case for Chapter 4 Madison Community Hospital Addresses Infection Prevention—Case for Chapters 7 and 13 Trouble with the Pharmacy—Case for Chapter 7 11 Emotional Intelligence in Labor and Delivery—Case for Chapters 2, 12, and 13 Communication of Patient Information During Transitions in Care—Case for Chapters 7 and 12 Multidrug-Resistant Organism (MDRO) in a Transitional Care Unit—Case for Chapters 7 and 12 Are We Culturally Aware or Not?—Case for Chapters 14 and 5 Patients “Like” Social Media—Case for Chapters 6 and 5 Where Do You Live? Health Disparities Across the United States—Case for Chapter 14 My Parents Are Turning 65 and Need Help Signing Up for Medicare—Case for Chapter 9 Newby Health Systems Needs Health Insurance—FIU HSA 3180 Human Trafficking on A Healthcare Organization Presentation Case for Chapter 9 To Partner or Not to Partner with a Retail Company—Case for Chapters 17, 5, and 6 Wellness Tourism: An Option for Your Organization?—Case for Chapters 17 and 5 Conflict in the Capital Budgeting Process at University Medical Center: Let’s All Just Get Along—Case for Chapter 10 The New Toy at City Medical Center—Case for Chapters 11 and 13 Recruitment Challenge for the Middle Manager—Case for Chapters 2 and 12 I Want to Be a Medical Coder—Case for Chapter 10 Managing Costs and Revenues at Feel Better Pharmacy—Case for Chapter 10 Who You Gonna Call?—Case for Chapter 16 You Will Do What You Are Told—Case for Chapter 15 GLOSSARY INDEX 12 Foreword In the U.S., health care is the largest industry and the second-largest employer, with more than 11 million jobs. This continuous growth trend is a result of many consequences, including: the large, aging Baby Boomer population, whose members are remaining active later in life, contributing to an increase in the demand for medical services; the rapidly changing financial structure and increasingly complex regulatory environment of health care; the integration of health care delivery systems, restructuring of work, and an increased focus on preventive care; and the ubiquitous technological innovations, requiring unceasing educational training and monitoring. Given this tremendous growth and the aforementioned causes of it, it is not surprising that among the fastest-growing disciplines, according to federal statistics, is health care management, which is projected to grow 23% in the next decade. Supporting this growth are the increasing numbers of undergraduate programs in health care management, health services administration, and health planning and policy—with over 300 programs in operation nationwide today. The health care manager’s job description is constantly evolving to adapt to this hyper-turbulent environment. Health care managers will be called on to improve efficiency in health care facilities and the quality of the care provided; to manage, direct, and coordinate health services in a variety of settings, from long-term care facilities and hospitals to medical group practices; and to minimize costs and maximize efficiencies, while also ensuring that the services provided are the best possible. As the person in charge of a health care facility, a health care administrator’s duties can be varied and complex. Handling such responsibilities requires a mix of business administration skills and knowledge of health services, as well as the federal and state laws and regulations that govern the industry. Written by leading scholars in the field, this compendium provides future and current health care managers with the foundational knowledge needed to succeed. Drs. Buchbinder and Shanks, with their many years of clinical, practitioner, administration, and academic experience, have assembled experts in all aspects of health care ma … Get a 10 % discount on an order above $ 100 Use the following coupon code : NURSING10

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