In the role of a health care manager, you are expected to respond daily to urgent and emergency situations as they arise by mobilizing your staff and available resources to reach specific organizational objectives. How would you describe the function of control involved in this process?
HEALTH CARE MANAGERS operate in an increasingly complex system. [ With numerous economic, legal, ethical, organizational, and technical changes taking place, managerial decision making has a direct impact on individuals in the workplace and on the performance of the organization and is influenced by a multitude of other factors that could result in financial success, customer satisfaction, and
long-term viability for the organization. Decision making is inherent in all managerial functions and is closely related to the planning function. Regardless of level, all managers make decisions, although the decisions made by senior managers have a broader scope, affect more individuals, and have a greater impact than those made by first-line supervisors. Decision making is a process of choosing the best alternative to achieve individual and organizational objectives. Not all managers know the processes to decision making. Identifying and using the decision-making process help managers to make more effective decisions ]
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