Based on Normative and Empirical Economics what are the core economic management considerations for a Medical Imaging (Radiology) staffing agency for Community, Rural and Regional Hospitals in staffing their needs for Imaging Technologists (X-ray and Ultrasound Technologis)ts? What are the Economic Industrial Strategies?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 16, 2018, 6:02 pm ad1c9bdddf
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Based on Normative and Empirical Economics what are the core economic management considerations for a Medical Imaging (Radiology) staffing agency for Community, Rural and Regional Hospitals in staffing their needs for Imaging Technologists (X-ray and Ultrasound Technologists? What are the Economic Industrial Strategies?
An increasing range of knowledge and skills is required to efficiently and
effectively operate within today's health care environment. The need for more
sophisticated imaging management and leadership to respond to the clinical,
organizational and fiscal demands facing the health care industry supports the creation of
advanced educational and training opportunities for imaging and therapeutic
practitioner. With the increasing complexity of the health care
setting, the emergence of new diseases combined with advances in imaging and
therapeutic protocols, a strong emphasis on critical thinking and life long learning exists.
We can discuss the following issues so far the core economic management considerations are concerned.
# Care should be taken to provide the skills and knowledge necessary for the radiology
professional in order to provide leadership in workplace performance and professional development, thus promoting efficient and effective patient care. It is based on the
concept that leadership is exercised through personal example, initiating actions and communication that influence and encourage professional excellence.
# Policy should be designed by the management to impart an understanding of the forces shaping the present and future health care delivery system.. Specific attention should be focus on the concepts of health policy, as well as the mechanisms for ...
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