The Business of Nurse Management : A Toolkit for Success
By: Bateman, Nancy.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2012Description: 1 online resource (245 p.).ISBN: 9780826155733.Subject(s): Leadership | Nurse Administrators | Nursing services -- Administration | Nursing Services -- organization & administrationGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Business of Nurse Management : A Toolkit for SuccessDDC classification: 362.173 LOC classification: RT89 .B38 2012Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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The Business of Nurse Management A Toolkit for Success; Half Title; About the Author; Title Page; Copyright; Table of Contents; Contributors; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; PART I Managing Labor and Productivity:The Nurse Manager's Role; Chapter 1. Understanding Productivity Measures; Learning Objectives; The Relationship of Labor to Productivity; The Advent of Ratios; Productivity; Common Terminology; Daily Staffing Plans; Chapter 2. Staffing Models: Managing Capacity to Demand; Learning Objectives; Staffing Tools; Staffing Models; Contemporary Nursing Models
Applying the Flex Staffing Model to Labor and ProductivityThe Staffing Coordinator Role Shift; Current Role; Future Role; A Day in the Life of a Flex Model Staffing Coordinator; The Role of Float Pools in the Flex Staffi ng Model; Float-Pool Employment Option; The New Float Pool; The Use of Sitters in the Flex Staffi ng Model; Sitter Policy and Procedure; Sitter Protocols/Duties; Summary; Chapter 3. Recruitment and Dismissals; Learning Objectives; Recruiting; Defining Required Staff Skills; Importance of Performance Documentation and Reviews; Performance Improvement Plans
Dismissal of a Staff MemberPart I Conclusion; Case Study; Conclusion; PART II. Managing Nonlabor and Supplies; Chapter 4 Managing the Supply Chain; Learning Objectives; Nonlabor Expenses; Supply Chain Spending; What are the Links in the Supply Chain?; Selection; Acquisition; Distribution; Understanding Distribution Methods; Utilization; Managing the Supply Chain Budget; General Ledgers; Department Budget Reviews; Supply Costs and the Impact of New Technology; Consumerism and Advertising Roles in Supply Costs; The Role of Advertising and Marketing in Health Care Costs
New Technology Assessment CommitteesFactors in the Evaluation of New Technology; Relevant Costs, Nonrelevant Costs, and Opportunity Costs; Considerations When Purchasing New Technology; Overuse and Responsible Use of New Technology; Medicare and Medicaid Reimbursement in New Technologies; Financial Analysis and Cost Modeling; Value Analysis-A "Silver Bullet" for Supply Costs; Roles of the Value Analysis Team Members; The Composition of a Value Analysis Team; Value Analysis Team Decisions in Urgent Care; Measuring Value Analysis Team Value and Efficacy; Effective Performance Measures
Product EvaluationValue Analysis Team Toolkit; Section I; Section II Roles and Working Relationships; Value Analysis Steering Committee Roles and Responsibilities; Value Analysis Team; Value Analysis Team Roles and Responsibilities; Summary; Chapter 5 Strategies for Achieving Cost Effectiveness; Learning Objectives; Group Purchasing Organizations; Working With Group Purchasing Organizations; Understanding Group Purchasing Organization Contracts; Group Purchasing Organization Contracts by Type; Supply Chain Contracting; Precontract Considerations; Negotiating Contracts
Clinician and Physician Involvement in Contracting
""This work is more than a mere academic attempt to define basic management concepts, but rather is a robust toolkit, providing real-life examples and experiences coupled with actual tools and techniques, allowing novice nurse managers to understand concepts such as supply chain management, financial management, and labor and productivity modeling. Additionally, this book serves as a roadmap to the successful implementation of these concepts. I think the author can be confident that there will be many grateful nurse leaders who will have gained a broader perspective of their evolving role, and
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