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    healthcare management,

    Sustainable risk management for an evolving healthcare arena. Academic Journal (includes abstract) Cole, Sarah A; Chaudhary, Raj; Bang, Derek A; hfm (Healthcare Financial Management), 2014 Jun; 68 (6): 110-4. (journal article) ISSN: 0735-0732 PMID: 24968634 CINAHL AN: 2012630032, Database: CINAHL

    This scholarly research article provides insight into how hospitals can engage in strategic management that is predicated upon risk aversion through the use of sustainable risk management initiatives. Hospitals must be capable of using extensive scenario analyses as a strategy for mitigating risks associated with changes that will take place as a result of the Affordable Care Act. This legislation will bring changes in payment and volume wherein hospitals must develop new management initiatives to address these changes.

    The article provides research on healthcare organizations that have implemented successful risk management programs that have been effective in allowing these organizations the ability to organizations prioritize strategies and address risks that are most probable to occur within the operational lexicon of their healthcare organization. The article highlights how businesses can engage in strategic management that has the capability of strengthening organizational controls and mitigating risks on a continuous basis through sustainable risk management practices that are able to create an effective security and compliance program as well effective healthcare management.

    strategies on attracting healthcare professionals,

    Attracting healthcare professionals to remote and rural medicine: Learning from doctors in training in the north of Scotland. Academic Journal By: Cleland, J.; Johnston, P.W.; Walker, L.; Needham, G. Medical Teacher. Jul2012, Vol. 34 Issue 7, pe476-e482. 7p.

    This article highlights the most effective policies that rural hospitals have used to attract healthcare professionals to remote rural practices. The article focuses on specific experiences by providing the perceptions of trainee doctors in remote and rural locations that were chosen for this study. The researchers used qualitative methodology wherein the utilized focus groups and individual studies involving doctors training in remote and rural areas in Scotland. The objective of this research study was to study the training experiences and career plans of these healthcare professionals in an attempt to better understand the various factors associated with the career trajectories of these doctors using the selected social cognitive careers theory (SCCT) paradigm to collect data and analyze the results.

    Researchers found that a myriad of factors were responsible for determining whether trainees' choose to enter rural practices including external factors as well as the educational environment that the doctors were trained in . Overall, the use of Social Cognitive Careers Theory was imperative for understanding how to best attract healthcare professionals because it clarifies the interaction between individual and contextual factors in career decision making.

    financial management for hospitals,

    Management strategies and financial performance in rural and urban hospitals. Academic Journal (English) By: Wang BB; Wan TT; Falk JA; Goodwin D, Journal Of Medical Systems [J Med Syst], ISSN: 0148-5598, 2001 Aug; Vol. 25 (4), pp. 241-55; Publisher: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers; PMID: 11463201;

    Financial management is imperative to ensure that any hospital can ...

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    Annotated Bibliography for critical issues in management is provided.