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During times of change, it is important for leaders to: a. Make sure that they put the right spin on the situation, especially when things are going badly. b. Discourage employees from expressing
their misgivings. c. Explain the situation once, then move on—don ’t dwell on it. d. Communicate first through actions, then words.
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As part of a Memorandum of Agreement, hospitals agree to commit a number of their acute care beds for NDMS patients. Because this is a completely voluntary program, hospitals may, upon activation of the NDMS: Provide more or fewer beds than the number committed in the agreement.
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As part of a Memorandum of Agreement, hospitals agree to commit a number of their acute care beds for NDMS patients. Because this is a completely voluntary program, hospitals may, upon activation of the NDMS,: a) Withdraw from participation due to individual hospital priorities. b) Provide more or fewer beds than the number committed in the agreement. c) Transfer patients to other hospitals in the local community or regional area. d) Decide not to admit patients to admit to their facility if ...
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