Proven leader in streamlining initiatives to improve the efficiency, effectiveness and transparency of healthcare administration. Equipped with tactical planning skills that support organizational vision and achieve goals. Confidently manages multiple projects of various importance and scopes simultaneously while consistently producing quality results.
As healthcare professional leaders, it is important in understanding the key aspects of leadership roles and how theory contributes to the components of effective leadership styles. However, most theories were not developed for the use of healthcare, but instead used for the business aspect and then applied to the administration side of healthcare (Al-Sawai, 2013). Many leadership theories continuously change over time, and have evolved from those in the early period such as the Great Man Theory to various others. The health care industry is one of great complexity and constraints that limit the use of just a single theory or leadership style.
As the project manager I must determine seven representatives that will serve on the multidisciplinary board project team. The team would consist of the lead physician, lead nurse practitioner,lab manager, coding supervisor,physician assistant, and front desk clerk. This would cover all departmental area of the healthcare organization. Having a representative from all department areas will bring different perspectives on how the new system will be used and will provide a wide range of skills and knowledge. The team must possess specific skills, knowledge, and expertise in order to make this project a success.
Radiology Specialist The Army provides a wide variety of jobs related to the healthcare field and a radiology specialist is one. A radiology specialist is a doctor that is trained specifically in using and understanding equipment and procedures related to X-rays, ultrasounds, CTs, and MRIs.
My short-term goals are, looking forward into being admitted into a radiology technology program here at Los Angeles City College. Once I am officially admitted into the radiology program, along with completing the requirements of the program, I will be certified as a Radiologic Technologist. That will be qualified to start working in the medical field as a full scope radiologist. However, some of my long-term goals are to become certified in an advance imaging specialty and possibly work in a state of the art technology department in a hospital setting.
Curiosity has always driven me towards positive new experiences, from leaving the comforts of home to obtain a degree in veterinary medicine in a third world country to now attempting to further my knowledge in the field of radiology. Now I am excited to be applying for a residency program where I can indulge my curiosity and further build on my passion in the study of radiology. After learning about Ross University, I jumped at the opportunity to pursue my dream of becoming a veterinarian while indulging my curiosity to experience the culture in a third world country. I solely applied and accepted the offer to attend.
LEADERSHIP AND DECISION-MAKING STYLES AMONGST PHYSICIANS-IN-TRAINING IN OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL, IFE-IFE, OSUN STATE Leadership has been defined as the process of motivating people to work together collaboratively to accomplish great things (Vroom & Jago, 2007). This definition gives some indication that leadership is a process of doing something and not a status. Several academic articles have acknowledged that leadership is expedient for effective development in the healthcare industry (Cooney Jr, Landers, & Williams, 2002; Hamlin, 2005).
Venn diagrams were developed by the logician John Venn to represent in a very simple way how certain things or ideas connect. By using Venn diagram, we can explain easier what we want to say or our ideas. They are useful tools for analysis or support the decision-making process. Originally, Venn diagrams were used to emphasize the differences and similarities between scientific or logical concepts, but it has also expanded to other fields. Today, they are used in many areas of life where we need to categorize or group items, as well as compare different items(Philips).
The well-being of humanity stands on rules, laws, and policies. Without organizational procedures, the world would turn into the chaotic place already tomorrow. The concept of the leadership exists to put communities together and lead them to the common purpose. At the same time, the management is about assisting leadership with institutional tasks which are required to be completed for a smoother stream of operations. Healthcare sector demands leadership and management to be present at all times as medical institutions are responsible for lives of millions of patients every day.
INTRODUCTION Concepts like leadership, organizational culture and organizational innovation have been the focus of extensive research in the field of management sciences (Argyris, 1955; Likert 1961; Stogdill, 1963; House, 1971; Vroom & Yetton, 1974; Burns, 1978; Siegel & Kaemmerer, 1978; Miles & Snow, 1978; Ouchi, 1981; Bass, 1985; Schein, 1985; Quinn, 1988; Kotter, 1992; Brown, 1992; Scott & Bruce, 1994; Fiedler, 1996, Amabile, 1998, Hofstede, 1998). Organizational culture and leadership emerged as important topics in the field of organizational behavior and development during the second half of last century. Various studies focused on exploring the relationship between leadership and employee’s creativity, and its influence on organizational