Healthcare managers and administrators are exposed to both clinical and business processes. It is almost impossible to achieve competency in business structures and processes, especially if one does not have the clinical background or have limited experience and knowledge of interdepartmental processes as well as external influences such as regulations, standards, etc. An administrative or management system would be most helpful to navigate a complex hospital or integrated healthcare system.
Describe and discuss management/administrative and financial system applications.
Discuss potential costs of an IT system adoption of administrative/management systems.
Provide an example of analytics for administrative/management applications.
Identify and discuss the trends, barriers, and challenges in adopting an administrative/management application.
The following resources are provided for this project:
From your course textbook, Information Systems for Healthcare Management, review the following chapter:
Applications: Management/Administrative and Financial Systems
From the Internet, review the following:
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