Clinic Management Teams: Integrators of Professional Service and Environmental Change
Health Care Management Review
decision making, organizational, group processes, hospital administrators, hospital bed capacity, 500 and over, hospitals, teaching organization and administration, institutional management teams organization and administration, interdepartmental relations, nursing, supervisory, Ohio, organization and administration, outpatient clinics, hospital organization and administration, physician executives
Clinic management teams comprising an administrative director, a head nurse, and a physician manager are interdisciplinary management units in an ambulatory care setting of a large teaching hospital. This article reviews the development of these integrative teams and the factors critical to their success.
Taft, Susan Hoefflinger and Pelikan, James A. (1990). Clinic Management Teams: Integrators of Professional Service and Environmental Change. Health Care Management Review 15(2), 67-79. doi: 10.1097/00004010-199001520-00012 Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/nurspubs/10