Upgrade to remove ads
Governance: Chapter 2- Designing Organizations
Terms in this set (25)
written statement of values, vision, and mission
goal to which organization aspires
broad, general statement of the organization's reasons for existence
specific statements of outcomes to be achieved
Division and specialization of labor
Chain of command
Span of control
Focuses on social aspects of organizational design
Views social relationships, group pressure, and search for personal fulfillment as motivators
Says formal authority only works with willing participants
A system is interrelated parts arranged in a unified whole.
Systems can be open or closed.
Organization is a recurrent cycle of input-throughput-output.
The manager is the catalyst for the process.
moving patients throughout the system.
in Systems Theory, input includes: (5)
Within the organization energy and resources are utilized and transformed; work a process called throughput is performed to produce a product.
Performance is enhanced by matching the organization's structure to it's environment.
Environment includes people, objects, and ideas outside the organization that influence it.
Optimal form of the organization depends on the environment in which it operates.
Organizations are living, self-organizing systems that are complex and self-adaptive.
Creativity and flexibility are necessary to adapt to change.
The leader's role is to build resilience, maintain balance, and encourage creativity.
Random events interfere with expectations.
No linear cause and effect to explain outcomes.
The system interacts and adapts to change.
Managers must encourage the flow of information in all directions, not just top to bottom.
Long term care
Provide professional nursing care and rehabilitative services
May be freestanding or part of hospital
Limit length of stay
May be residential care facilities (nursing homes) where care is supervised by RNs and LPNs
Home Health Agencies
Provide intermittent, temporary health care in the home by skilled or unskilled providers
May offer services other than nursing such as physical therapy or medical equipment
May offer hospice care
Temporary service agencies
Provide nurses and other health care workers to hospitals
Provide private duty nurses to patients in the hospital or at home
Health care networks
Deliver a continuum of care
Provide geographic coverage for buyers of health care services
Accept risk in taking a fixed payment for providing health care for all persons in selected group
Organizations in a network provide the same or similar services; e.g., all hospitals provide comparable services
Dissimilar but related organizations in a network provide a continuum of services
Employees grouped in departments by specialty (e.g., all nursing tasks fall under nursing service); decision-making tends to be centralized
Contains both self-contained and functional units
Integrates product and functional structures in one overlapping structure
Unique to health care; involves two lines of authority—the authority of the organization and the authority of its medical staff
Patient-centered care model
E.g., medical home
Focus on specific service lines
Flat, decentralized organizational structure
communication; collaboration; staffing
Healthy Work Environment (6):
Effective decision making
THIS SET IS OFTEN IN FOLDERS WITH...
Governance: Chapter 1
Governance: Chapter 6- Managing and Improving Qual…
Governance: Chapter 4- Leading, Managing, Following
Governance: Chapter 3- Delivering Nursing Care
YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE...
Test #1 over chapters 1-3
Leadership Exam #1- Chapter 4
Effective Leadership and Management in Nursing 8th…
Leadership and Management Exam 1
OTHER SETS BY THIS CREATOR
Pharmacology NCLEX Review Part 2
Pharmacology NCLEX review Part 1
HCD III: Module D: Shock
Governance Module B: Building and Managing Teams-…