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Hospital Organization
Board of Trustees
Hospital Administrator
Chief of Staff
Joint Conference Committee
Appointed members from the community the hospital serves. The…
The administrator is the person that the Board of Trustees ha…
The medical staff is headed by an elected Chief of staff. The…
The Board of Trustees, Hospital Administrator, and Chief of s…
Board of Trustees
Appointed members from the community the hospital serves. The…
Hospital Administrator
The administrator is the person that the Board of Trustees ha…
57 terms
Hospital Organization
Four Service Areas
Nursing Services
Support Services
Fiscal Services
Nursing ... Support... Fiscal ... Professional
Direct care reporting to chief nursing officer
Food, Environmental, Human Resources, Laundry, Maintenance, P…
Accounting, Admitting, Business Office, Data Processing, Medi…
Four Service Areas
Nursing ... Support... Fiscal ... Professional
Nursing Services
Direct care reporting to chief nursing officer
21 terms
CH 3 HOSPITAL ORGANIZATION
PHILOSOPHY
GOVERNING BOARD (GB)
HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION
ADMISSIONS
- MISSION STATEMENT... - Philosophy—most hospitals strive to del…
- EXECUTIVE BOARD... - They establish goals, policies, financial…
- Makes sure that suitable facilities & equipment are provide…
(2 TYPES)... 1) EMERGENT—usually happens when a patient is seen…
PHILOSOPHY
- MISSION STATEMENT... - Philosophy—most hospitals strive to del…
GOVERNING BOARD (GB)
- EXECUTIVE BOARD... - They establish goals, policies, financial…
59 terms
CST Hospital Administration and Organization
The chain of command is a hierarchy of…
A policy is a written declaration that…
Hospitals must be accredited in order…
Extended-care facilities provide medic…
ANS: F
ANS: F
ANS: F
ANS: T
The chain of command is a hierarchy of…
ANS: F
A policy is a written declaration that…
ANS: F
38 terms
The Hospital Organization (Lesson 23)
Mission Statement
Mayo Mission
3 mayo shields
Primary Value of Mayo
the driving force that outlines the organization's reason for…
to inspire hope and contribute to health and well-being by pr…
Clinicals practice, education, and research
The needs of the patient come first
Mission Statement
the driving force that outlines the organization's reason for…
Mayo Mission
to inspire hope and contribute to health and well-being by pr…
Hospital and Radiology Organization
Philosophy
Mission
Legitimize the organization
Detection and treatment of disease, pr…
Necessary part of a hospital organization that tells what the…
Part of a hospital organization that is the link between perf…
What a mission does for a hospital organization
Basic points in the mission of most hospital organizations
Philosophy
Necessary part of a hospital organization that tells what the…
Mission
Part of a hospital organization that is the link between perf…
17 terms
Organization of a hospital
Organizational structure
Large hospitals
Small hospitals
Administrative services
Refers to the levels of management within a hospital
Have complex organizational structures
Tend to have a much simpler organizational structures
CEO, vice president, executive assistants, department heads
Organizational structure
Refers to the levels of management within a hospital
Large hospitals
Have complex organizational structures
19 terms
Foundations: The Hospital Organization
Mission Statement
Mayo Clinic Mission
Mayo Clinic Primary Value
Respect, Compassion, Integrity, Healin…
The driving and guiding force that outlines the organization'…
To inspire hope and contribute to health and well-being by pr…
The needs of the patient come first
What are some of the values that Mayo clinic uses?
Mission Statement
The driving and guiding force that outlines the organization'…
Mayo Clinic Mission
To inspire hope and contribute to health and well-being by pr…
22 terms
Hospital organization and departments
Hospital
Not for profit hospitals
Proprietary hospital
Tax supported hospital
An organization with a governing body, medical staff, and in-…
General, acute-care hospitals defined as nontaxable by the fe…
Owned and operated by an individual or corporation. Profits a…
Hospital in which a tax-levying government body may provide s…
Hospital
An organization with a governing body, medical staff, and in-…
Not for profit hospitals
General, acute-care hospitals defined as nontaxable by the fe…
27 terms
Insurance& organization of a hospital
Health Insurance
Premium
Deductible
Co- payment
contract between an insurance company and an individual or hi…
amount the policy holder or his her employer pays the health…
amount a person must pau for health care
amount that the insured person must pay out of pocket
Health Insurance
contract between an insurance company and an individual or hi…
Premium
amount the policy holder or his her employer pays the health…
31 terms
Hospital Organization and Management
First scrub role
Second scrub role
Personal Characteristics of a Surgical…
RN in circulating role
sets up sterile field and passing instruments and counting in…
holds retractors and tissue
Must be patient... Stable temperament... Organized
is a non-sterile team member
First scrub role
sets up sterile field and passing instruments and counting in…
Second scrub role
holds retractors and tissue
9 terms
Acts - Hospital Organization and Proc
FOIP
Alberta Health Information Act
Emergency Medical Act
Protection of Persons in Care Act
Protects individuals privacy by setting out rules for collect…
Outlines the rules and regulations about the collection, use,…
Protects medical professionals or first aiders from being lia…
Protects patients who can no longer care for themselves, give…
FOIP
Protects individuals privacy by setting out rules for collect…
Alberta Health Information Act
Outlines the rules and regulations about the collection, use,…
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Internal Organization of the Hospital
Who does CEO supervise?
What is a Joint Conference Committee?
Functions of Governing Body or Board o…
Mission statement
Director of Nursing, Asst. for Professional Services, Asst. f…
Getting physicians, CEO, other directors together to make hos…
Maintains mgmt capability... Establishes mission, vision, values…
Identifies w/ business the organization is in... Statement of pr…
Who does CEO supervise?
Director of Nursing, Asst. for Professional Services, Asst. f…
What is a Joint Conference Committee?
Getting physicians, CEO, other directors together to make hos…
9 terms
Health Science Organization of Hospital
Largest & fastest growing industry
Who runs hospital
3 jobs of administration services
First people seen in hospital
Health science
Administrative services
Budgeting, hospital policies, public relations duties
Admissions personnel
Largest & fastest growing industry
Health science
Who runs hospital
Administrative services
59 terms
Hospital Organization and Management Review
What are characteristics of a Nonprofi…
How is revenue dispersed in a nonprofi…
What kind of health care facility offe…
What are characteristics of For-Profit…
Charitable... Religious Affiliation... Educational... Researching/Teac…
Revenue is nontaxable and is reinvested back into the hospital
Nonprofit hospitals offer these types of public health programs
Ownership... Revenue... Commonly found in the south
What are characteristics of a Nonprofi…
Charitable... Religious Affiliation... Educational... Researching/Teac…
How is revenue dispersed in a nonprofi…
Revenue is nontaxable and is reinvested back into the hospital
24 terms
Hospital and department organization
What is the Johns Hopkins triad?
What do the board of Trustees do?
Who is the CEO?
who is the president?
Education, Research, Patient care
operate the hospital acting as its governing body.
Paul B. Rothman
Redonda Miller
What is the Johns Hopkins triad?
Education, Research, Patient care
What do the board of Trustees do?
operate the hospital acting as its governing body.
26 terms
Hospital History and Organization in the US
The hospital is central to:
What percent of health personnel do ho…
Hospitals are at the root of what heal…
What types of care do hospitals provide?
- the delivery of patient care... - the training of health care…
approximately 45%
- cost inflation... - duplication of services... - bed surplus... - ov…
- inpatient care... - ambulatory care (residential and outpatien…
The hospital is central to:
- the delivery of patient care... - the training of health care…
What percent of health personnel do ho…
approximately 45%
52 terms
Hospitality Organization Quiz 1
Hospitality Industry
How does the hospitality industry diff…
Labor-intensive
Why is it labor-intensive?
The range of for-profit and not-for profit organizations that…
It is labor-intensive.
The situation in which people rather than technology and equi…
Hospitality and tourism organizations need employees.... The am…
Hospitality Industry
The range of for-profit and not-for profit organizations that…
How does the hospitality industry diff…
It is labor-intensive.
8 terms
Hospitality Organization Quiz 2
Training
Training Obstacles
Training Myths
Basic Training Principles
Providing employees with knowledge and and skills necessary t…
Insufficient time... Lack of financial resources ... Scheduling con…
Training is easy... Costs too much... Don't have time... Only new empl…
Learning Principles... Training Principles
Training
Providing employees with knowledge and and skills necessary t…
Training Obstacles
Insufficient time... Lack of financial resources ... Scheduling con…
15 terms
Hospitality Organizations Vocab
American Hotel & Lodging Association
American Society of Travel Agents
Boston Hospitality Review
Convention & Visitors Bureau
AH & LA... - The sole national association representing all segm…
ASTA... A trade association formed to represent and defend the b…
BHR... - An interdisciplinary journal devoted to scholarship and…
CVB... - An organization that promotes a town, city, region, or…
American Hotel & Lodging Association
AH & LA... - The sole national association representing all segm…
American Society of Travel Agents
ASTA... A trade association formed to represent and defend the b…
45 terms
L1: The Organization of Hospitals
Types of Hospitals
The role of the board
Who comprises the board?
Role of the CEO
Tertiary acute care... Acute care... Rehabilitation... Complex continu…
- Hire a CEO... - Appoint medical staff... - Approve operating budg…
Volunteers
- Accountable to the Board... - Ensure that Hospital provides th…
Types of Hospitals
Tertiary acute care... Acute care... Rehabilitation... Complex continu…
The role of the board
- Hire a CEO... - Appoint medical staff... - Approve operating budg…
39 terms
Chapter 1: The Flow of the Hospital Organization
Acute Care
Admitting Diagnosis
Advanced Directives
ABN Advance Beneficiary Notice
Requires a minimum 24-hour stay and continuous medical attent…
Are included on the billing form sent to the insurance carrier.
A living will or durable power of attorney.
form that identifies services that may not be covered by the…
Acute Care
Requires a minimum 24-hour stay and continuous medical attent…
Admitting Diagnosis
Are included on the billing form sent to the insurance carrier.
20 terms
CH 1 The Flow of the Hospital Organization
Acute Care
Admitting diagnosis
Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN)
Appeal
An inpatient acute care facility provides medical care and tr…
Medical necessity must be met with the information obtained f…
This form identifies services that may not be covered by the…
When payment does not appear to agree with a contractual guid…
Acute Care
An inpatient acute care facility provides medical care and tr…
Admitting diagnosis
Medical necessity must be met with the information obtained f…
18 terms
PHS: Organization Structures of a Hospital
levels of management in a hospital
levels
chain of command
complex; simple
what does organizational structure refer to?
_________ allow efficient management
structure helps understand a hospital's _______________________
the organizational structures of a large hospital is more ___…
levels of management in a hospital
what does organizational structure refer to?
levels
_________ allow efficient management
39 terms
CHAPTER 1 THE FLOW OF THE HOSPITAL ORGANIZATION
ACUTE CARE
INPATIENTS
DIRECT ADMIT
HOSPITAL OWNED PHYSICIAN PRACTICES
AN INPATIENT ACUTE CARE FACILITY PROVIDES MEDICAL CARE AND TR…
REQUIRE A 24 HOUR STAY AND CONTINUOUS MEDICAL ATTENTION.
HAS AN ORDER FROM THEIR PRIVATE PHYSICIAN TO BE ADMITTED TO O…
WHEN CLINICS ARE PHYSICIAN PRACTICE OWNED BY THE HOSPITAL.
ACUTE CARE
AN INPATIENT ACUTE CARE FACILITY PROVIDES MEDICAL CARE AND TR…
INPATIENTS
REQUIRE A 24 HOUR STAY AND CONTINUOUS MEDICAL ATTENTION.
PC 5 - Hospital and Radiology Organization
Philosophy
Mission
Legitimize the organization
Detection and treatment of disease, pr…
Necessary part of a hospital organization that tells what the…
Part of a hospital organization that is the link between perf…
What a mission does for a hospital organization
Basic points in the mission of most hospital organizations
Philosophy
Necessary part of a hospital organization that tells what the…
Mission
Part of a hospital organization that is the link between perf…
Pre clincial lab: Hospital Organizations
Board of trustees
Hospital administrator
chief of staff
Join Conference Committee
appointed members from the community the hospital serves. (in…
the person that the Board of Trustees has employed to run the…
the medical staff is headed by an elected chief of staff. the…
The board of Trustees, Hospital administrator, and chief of s…
Board of trustees
appointed members from the community the hospital serves. (in…
Hospital administrator
the person that the Board of Trustees has employed to run the…
81 terms
Intro Chapter 6: Hospital and Organization (Terms)
Clinical Support Services
Board of Directors or Governing Board
Adverse Drug Events (ADE)
Certificate of Need (CON) - approval
Services providing the components of a patient care that coll…
Group of people authorized by law to conduct, maintain, and o…
Injuries. large or small, cause by the use (including nonuse)…
Certificate approved by a local (state) review board permitti…
Clinical Support Services
Services providing the components of a patient care that coll…
Board of Directors or Governing Board
Group of people authorized by law to conduct, maintain, and o…
26 terms
Law Affecting Selection in Hospitality Organizations
Accommodation theory
Affirmative action
Bona fide occupation qualification (BF…
Burden of proof
A theory of discrimination that requires employers to reasona…
Any program, policy, or procedure an employer implements in o…
A very narrowly interpreted exception to EEO laws that allows…
The burden placed on an employer, as a result of a claim of d…
Accommodation theory
A theory of discrimination that requires employers to reasona…
Affirmative action
Any program, policy, or procedure an employer implements in o…
38 terms
Intro to Hospital Env. Chapter 6 "Organization of the Body"
[combining form] abdomin(o)
[combining form] acr(o)
[combining form] anter(o)
[combining form] axill(o)
abdomen
extremities (arms and legs)
anterior (nearer to or toward the front)
armpit
[combining form] abdomin(o)
abdomen
[combining form] acr(o)
extremities (arms and legs)
Hospital Organization and Management Quiz 9/22
What is external domain?
What is internal domain?
External or Internal domain? Community…
External or Internal domain? Licensure…
Influences, resources, and activities that exist outside the…
Those areas of focus that managers need to address on a daily…
External
External
What is external domain?
Influences, resources, and activities that exist outside the…
What is internal domain?
Those areas of focus that managers need to address on a daily…
65 terms
English Vocabulary Organizer - At the doctor's & In the hospital
(to) have an appointment with the doctor
a nasty cough
symptom of
(to) get a rash on one's face
mieć wizytę u lekarza
paskudny kaszel
objaw (czegoś)
mieć wysypkę na twarzy
(to) have an appointment with the doctor
mieć wizytę u lekarza
a nasty cough
paskudny kaszel
31 terms
Chapter 4 Hospitals: Origin, Organization, and Performance
Early History
Early History
Early History
-1700's seaport cities: Decrepit pesthouses segregated contag…
1736: Bellevue housed the "poor, aged, insane, and disreputab…
Following upon municipal "pesthouses," physicians founded hos…
Early History
-1700's seaport cities: Decrepit pesthouses segregated contag…
Early History
1736: Bellevue housed the "poor, aged, insane, and disreputab…
24 terms
Chapter 4: Hospitals, Origins, Organizations, and Performance. (HCS)
Boston
Bellevue Hospital
In 1736
Public Hospital of Baltimore
Which city first started medical care outside of homes?
"The poor house of NYC"
When was Bellevue Hospital established?
This hospital was established for low-income populations, peo…
Boston
Which city first started medical care outside of homes?
Bellevue Hospital
"The poor house of NYC"
Chapter 1 : The Flow of Hospital Organization Key Terms Part 1
Acute care
Admitting Daignosis
Assignment of Benefits
Attending Physician
Care required that is ongoing continuous , usually provided o…
Information regarding patient status and medical services req…
A document obtained during the admission/pre admission proces…
Physician chiefly responsible for patients care during hospit…
Acute care
Care required that is ongoing continuous , usually provided o…
Admitting Daignosis
Information regarding patient status and medical services req…
Chapter 1 : The Flow of Hospital Organization Key Terms Part 2
Advance Directives
Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN)
Case Management
Charge Capturing
Legal documents such as a living will or durable power of att…
A form that medicare patients are requested to sign if servic…
Department within the facility that monitors patient status a…
The gathering of charge documents from all departments within…
Advance Directives
Legal documents such as a living will or durable power of att…
Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN)
A form that medicare patients are requested to sign if servic…
72 terms
Warm-Up 1: Hospital, Divisions, Anatomy, Organs, Symptoms, Measurements, Prescriptions
yī yuàn
yī wù suǒ
zhěn suǒ
suǒ
hospital
clinic
clinic
office
yī yuàn
hospital
yī wù suǒ
clinic
114 terms
202 Module 4 - Body Parts, Internal Organs, Bones, Ailments and Symptoms, Medical Diagnostics, The Hospital
la boca
el brazo
la cabeza
la cadera
mouth
arm
head
hip
la boca
mouth
el brazo
arm
22 terms
AHN 552 Unit 6 Neuro Shock; Organisms Implicated in Hospitalized Sepsis; Temp pts w/suspected shock
Characteristics of Neurogenic Shock... ●…
Characteristics of Neurogenic Shock... ●…
Characteristics of Neurogenic Shock... Ne…
Characteristics of Neurogenic Shock... ●…
neuro shock
hypotension and shock.
spinal shock, ... which is due to transient spinal cord dysfunc…
-warm skin, ... -hypotension (often marked if the patient is til…
Characteristics of Neurogenic Shock... ●…
neuro shock
Characteristics of Neurogenic Shock... ●…
hypotension and shock.
22 terms
AHN 552 Unit 6 Neuro Shock; Organisms Implicated in Hospitalized Sepsis; Temp pts w/suspected shock
Characteristics of Neurogenic Shock... ●…
Characteristics of Neurogenic Shock... ●…
Characteristics of Neurogenic Shock... Ne…
Characteristics of Neurogenic Shock... ●…
neuro shock
hypotension and shock.
spinal shock, ... which is due to transient spinal cord dysfunc…
-warm skin, ... -hypotension (often marked if the patient is til…
Characteristics of Neurogenic Shock... ●…
neuro shock
Characteristics of Neurogenic Shock... ●…
hypotension and shock.
47 terms
Hlth 192 abb. Hospital/Clinical Departs./Diagnostic Procedures/Surgical/Chest/Body System/Organizations
ICU
NICU
CCU
ER/ED
intensive care unit
neonatal intensive care unit
coronary or critical care unit
emergency room/emergency department
ICU
intensive care unit
NICU
neonatal intensive care unit
10 terms
the hospital
anaesthetist
surgeon
midwife
radiologist
a person who administers an anaesthetic
a person who performs operations
a person who attends birth
a person who takes X-rays
anaesthetist
a person who administers an anaesthetic
surgeon
a person who performs operations
8 terms
Unit 1 Hospital Departments
dedicated
staff
obstetrics
pharmacy
adanmış... Harun is a very ................. student.
kadro, personel... Heartland Hospital's dedicated ........... is…
doğum ve gebelik bilimi... ..............deals with pregnancy, c…
eczane, eczacılık... The young chemist decided to open a .......…
dedicated
adanmış... Harun is a very ................. student.
staff
kadro, personel... Heartland Hospital's dedicated ........... is…
21 terms
Hospital Procedures
Crown
Root
Enamel
Dentin
Part of tooth that is above the gumline
Part of tooth that is below the gumline
Clear, hard covering that protects tooth
White part of tooth, contains vessels and nerves
Crown
Part of tooth that is above the gumline
Root
Part of tooth that is below the gumline
20 terms
hospital vocab-project search
med-surge
pediatrics
Par level
intensive care unit (ICU)
department in hospital where many nurses start their career,…
branch of medicine dealing with children and their diseases
The minimum amount of a specific item that is to be kept on h…
provided to patients who have experienced trauma, surgery, or…
med-surge
department in hospital where many nurses start their career,…
pediatrics
branch of medicine dealing with children and their diseases
12 terms
Hospitality
chinois
colleagues
conflict
court bouillon
cone shaped stainer
individuals who work with you
disagreement
an acidic, aromatic liquid used for poaching
chinois
cone shaped stainer
colleagues
individuals who work with you
25 terms
Unit 26_ In hospital
stitch
put
need
from
Mũi khâu ( vết thương)
to _______ a bandage on sth
to ___________ an anaesthetic.... ( thuốc gây tê)
to suffer _______ shock
stitch
Mũi khâu ( vết thương)
put
to _______ a bandage on sth
12 terms
Lodging Organization
Commercial Hotels
Airport Hotel
All-Suite Hotels
Extended-Stay Hotels
cater primarily to business people and conventioneers. Their…
a hotel located near an airport that caters to travelers; cla…
hotels featuring suites containing living rooms, kitchenettes…
This type of hotel is similar to all-suite hotels but usually…
Commercial Hotels
cater primarily to business people and conventioneers. Their…
Airport Hotel
a hotel located near an airport that caters to travelers; cla…
28 terms
Hospital
hospital
medical ward
surgical ward
intensive care unit
Krankenhaus
innere Abteilung
chirurgische Station
Intensivstation
hospital
Krankenhaus
medical ward
innere Abteilung
10 terms
hospital jobs
Anaesthetist
Porter
Surgeon
Midwife
A person who administers an anaesthetic
A person in a hospital who moves patients and objects around…
A person who performs operations
A person who attends birth
Anaesthetist
A person who administers an anaesthetic
Porter
A person in a hospital who moves patients and objects around…
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