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Organizational structure of_a_hospital

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Organizational structure of_a_hospital

  1. 1. OrganizationalStructure of a Hospital
  2. 2. Organizational Structure refers tolevels of management within a hospital. Levels allow efficient management of hospital departments. The structure helps one understand the hospital’s chain of command.
  3. 3. Organizational structure varies from hospital to hospital. Large hospitals have complex organizational structures. Smaller hospitals tend to have much simpler organizational structures.
  4. 4. Grouping of Hospital Departments Within the Structure: Hospital departments are grouped in order to promote efficiency of facility. Grouping is generally done according to similarity of duties.
  5. 5. Common Categorical Grouping: Administrative Services Informational Services Therapeutic Services Diagnostic Services Support Services
  6. 6. Administrative Services Hospital Administrators CEO, Vice President(s), Executive Assistants, Department Heads Business people who “run the hospital” Oversee budgeting and finance Establish hospital policies and procedures Often perform public relation duties
  7. 7. Informational Services Document and process information Includes:3. Admissions4. Billing & Collection5. Medical Records6. Computer Information Systems7. Health Education8. Human Resources
  8. 8.  Provides treatment to patients Includes following departments:3. Physical Therapy - treatment to improve large muscle mobility4. Occupational Therapy - treatment goal is to help patient regain fine motor skills5. Speech/Language Pathology - identify, evaluate, treat speech/language disorders
  9. 9. 1. Respiratory Therapy - treat patients with heart & lung disease5. Medical Psychology - concerned with mental well-being of patients6. Social Services - connect patients with community resources (financial aid, etc.)7. Pharmacy - dispense medications
  10. 10. 1. Dietary - maintain nutritionally sound diets for patients1. Sports Medicine - provide rehabilitative services to athletes2. Nursing - provide care for patients
  11. 11. Diagnostic Services Determines the cause(s) of illness or injury Includes:§ Medical Laboratory - studies body tissues§ Medical Imaging - radiology, MRI, CT, Ultra Sound§ Emergency Medicine -provides emergency diagnoses & treatment
  12. 12. Support Services Provides support for entire hospital Includes:§ Central Supply - orders, receives, stocks & distributes equipment & supplies§ Biomedical Technology - design, build repair, medical equipment§ Housekeeping & Maintenance - maintain safe, clean environment
  13. 13. Traditional Organizational Chart
  14. 14. Board AdministrationInformation Therapeutic Diagnostic Support Services Services Services Services Admissions PT, OT Speech/ Med. Lab Central Supply Billing, etc. Lang. Resp. Radiology BiomedicalMed. Records Therapy Nuclear Med HousekeepingComputer Info. Pharmacy ER Maintenance Health Ed. Nursing Cardiology DietaryHuman Resour. Dietary Neurology Transportation
  15. 15. Pyramid demonstrates asymbolic organizationalstructure of a hospital.
  16. 16. Board Admin. ServicesInformation ServicesTherapeutic Services Diagnostic Services Support Services
  17. 17. Example of “symbolic representation” oforganizational structure

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