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Alignment between physicians and hospital administrators: historical perspective and future directions.

Unfortunately, the working relationship between physicians and hospital administrators is often not congruent and can even become contentious, resulting in antagonism across many Healthcare Organizations (HCOs). This treatise provides a broad, literature-based, descriptive overview in an evolving historical context, coupled with observations based on extensive professional experience. It highlights the root causes of the nonalignment between physicians and hospital administrators. Most importantly, this man...


Shifting the Paradigm: Educating Nurse Administrators to be Full Partners.

In this month's CGEAN column, leaders discuss the current complexities of healthcare requiring nurses to practice competently in interprofessional partnerships. Nurse administrators and executives play a key role in leading culture change so the benefits of full partnership are realized.

Perceptions of academic administrators of the effect of involvement in doctoral programs on faculty members' research and work-life balance.

Support for research strongly predicts doctoral program faculty members' research productivity. Although academic administrators affect such support, their views of faculty members' use of support are unknown.


Communicating Value in Simulation: Cost Benefit Analysis and Return on Investment.

Value-based health care requires a balancing of medical outcomes with economic value. Administrators need to understand both the clinical and economic effects of potentially expensive simulation programs to rationalize the costs. Given the often-disparate priorities of clinical educators relative to health care administrators, justifying the value of simulation requires the use of economic analyses few physicians have been trained to conduct. Clinical educators need to be able to present thorough economic a...

Perceived challenges to achieving universal health coverage: a cross-sectional survey of social health insurance managers/administrators in China.

China has achieved over 96% health insurance coverage. However, universal health coverage (UHC) entails population coverage and the range of services covered and the extent to which health service costs are covered. This study aimed to determine the performance of the health insurance system in China in terms of its role in UHC and to identify challenges in the progress of UHC as perceived by health insurance managers/administrators.

Adversity in University: Cyberbullying and Its Impacts on Students, Faculty and Administrators.

This paper offers a qualitative thematic analysis of the impacts of cyberbullying on post-secondary students, faculty, and administrators from four participating Canadian universities. These findings were drawn from data obtained from online surveys of students and faculty, student focus groups, and semi-structured interviews with faculty members and university administrators. The key themes discussed include: negative affect, impacts on mental and physical health, perceptions of self, impacts regarding one...

Expected hazards and hospital beds in host cities of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

Planning for mass gatherings involves health system preparedness based on an understanding of natural and technological hazards identified through prior risk assessment. We present the expected hazards reported by health administrators of the host cities for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil and discuss the hazards considering minimal available public hospital beds in the 12 cities at the time of the event. Four different groups of respondents were interviewed: pharmaceutical service administrators and over...

Using Telemedicine to Address Crowding in the ED.

Some health systems are piloting telemedicine solutions in the ED to address crowding and decrease patient wait times. One new program, implemented at the Lisa Perry Emergency Center at New York Presbyterian (NYP) Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York, involves offering low-acuity patients the option of visiting an off-site physician via telemedicine hookup. Administrators note that the approach can get patients in and out of the ED within 30 minutes, and patients have thus far been highly satisfied with...

Meta-evaluation of a participantory evaluation conducted by municipal health administrators with a focus on "utility".

This article aims to analyze the utility of a local evaluation process developed by administrators and managers of a regional health office in São Paulo, Brazil, and to discuss the need for a well-based choice of theoretical reference to judge this item in participatory approaches. To analyze the organization of the process, the study used the Patton reference, focused on facilitating participants' use of the evaluation. To analyze the evaluation's influence, the dimensions proposed by Weiss, Greene, and K...

The Role of Municipalities in Lower Saxony for Future Physician's Care - A Survey of Mayors and District Administrators.

Background Comprehensive outpatient medical care is being increasingly threatened due to the decreasing willingness of physicians to establish their practices in rural areas. Partly, municipalities feel impelled to support doctors setting up their practices with their own resources. The aim of this study was to get the community perspective on the ambulatory care situation and to examine the role and influence of the local authorities. Methods The mayors (n=411) and district administrators (n=38) in Lower S...

OMI satellite observed formaldehyde column from 2006 to 2015 over Xishuangbanna, southwest China, and validation using ground based zenith-sky DOAS.

Formaldehyde (HCHO) provides a proxy to reveal the isoprene and biogenic volatile organic compounds emission which plays important roles in atmospheric chemical process and climate change. The ground-based observation with zenith-sky DOAS is carried out in order to validate the HCHO columns from OMI. It has a good correlation of 0.71678 between the HCHO columns from two sources. Then we use the OMI HCHO columns from January 2006 to December 2015 to indicate the interannual variation and spatial distribution...

The relationship between open versus normal contact point and inter proximal papilla dimensions in periodontally healthy young adults: a controlled clinical trial.

The gingival architecture is determined by the spatial orientation of the gingival zenith (GZ) and the interdental papillae (IP). Among the factors commonly associated with the presence and morphology of the IP, the contact point (CP) and the interdental distance relationships have been considered the most important. The objective of the present controlled clinical trial was to evaluate the role of the CP in determining the clinical and morphometric parameters of the interdental papilla.

Meta-evaluation of a participatory process in the strengthening of municipal management.

To evaluate, with a focus on participation, an evaluation process developed by municipal managers and administrators of a health region in the state of São Paulo, considering the need for theoretical reflection on participatory health practices in the Brazilian context.

Using Gamification to Improve Productivity and Increase Knowledge Retention During Orientation.

Nursing administrators must provide cost-effective and efficient ways of orientation training. Traditional methods including classroom lecture can be costly with low retention of the information. Gamification engages the user, provides a level of enjoyment, and uses critical thinking skills.

Montreal Accord on Patient-Reported Outcomes Use Series - Paper 6: Creating National Initiatives to Support Patient Reported Outcomes (PRO) Development and Use-the PROMIS Example.

PRO data are beneficial to a range of stakeholders including patients, clinicians, researchers, national funding and regulatory agencies, health system administrators, and policymakers.

How Information Drives Complexity.

As systems evolve over time, their natural tendency is to become increasingly more complex. Studies in the field of complex systems have generated new perspectives on the application of management strategies in health systems. This article is the 2nd in a series of articles that focuses on why technological complexity is increasing and strategies nurse administrators can use to successfully implement change in the face of it.

Sizing capacity levels in emergency medical services dispatch centers: Using the newsvendor approach.

The increased volume in demand worldwide in the present day has led to the need for the establishment of effective ambulance services. As call centers have become the primary contact point between patients and emergency service providers, the planning of the call center has become a key task for administrators.

Growing Clinical and Academic Nursing Leaders: Building the Pipeline.

Nursing faces a crisis because there exists a dearth of qualified nurse academicians and administrators willing to step up to high-level leadership positions such as deanships and chief nursing operators. This article critically appraises the available literature regarding succession planning in the nursing profession and offers pragmatic suggestions to the profession to engage in succession planning in a deliberate and thoughtful manner.

Using nominal group technique among clinical providers to identify barriers and prioritize solutions to scaling up opioid agonist therapies in Ukraine.

Opioid agonist therapies (OAT) like methadone and buprenorphine maintenance treatment remain markedly under-scaled in Ukraine despite adequate funding. Clinicians and administrators were assembled as part of an implementation science strategy to scale-up OAT using the Network for Improvement of Addiction Treatment (NIATx) approach.

Cancer donor preferences for disposition of their biospecimens after biobank closure.

Biobank funding is unstable and biobank administrators are concerned about loss of funding and subsequent biobank closure. Nevertheless, only a minority of biobanks have policies regarding the distribution or destruction of tissue if the biobank were to close. To the authors' knowledge, the current study is the first to report on the preferences of oncology biospecimen donors regarding the handling of their biospecimens in the event of biobank closure.

Administrator Perspectives of Advantages and Challenges of Employing Part-Time Faculty in Nursing Education Programs: Two Sides of the Same Coin.

The purpose of this qualitative research was to explore perspectives of administrators (n = 581) regarding advantages and challenges of employing part-time nurse faculty (PTNF) in schools of nursing in the United States.

Registered Nurse and Nursing Assistant Perceptions of Limited English-Proficient Patient-Clinician Communication.

In this article, the authors discuss implications for nurse administrators from a recent qualitative study regarding nursing personnel perceptions of limited English proficient (LEP) patient-clinician communication. Few studies have examined nursing personnel's use and perceptions of communication resources when caring for LEP patients.

Interdependence in decision-making by medical consultants: implications for improving the efficiency of inpatient physician services.

Hospital administrators are seeking to improve efficiency in medical consultation services, yet whether consultants make decisions to provide more or less care is unknown. We examined how medical consultants account for prior consultants' care when determining whether to provide intensive consulting care or sign off in the treatment of complex surgical inpatients. We applied three distinct theoretical frameworks in the interpretation of our results.

Simulation of the GCR spectrum in the Mars curiosity rover's RAD detector using MCNP6.

The paper presents results from MCNP6 simulations of galactic cosmic ray (GCR) propagation down through the Martian atmosphere to the surface and comparison with RAD measurements made there. This effort is part of a collaborative modeling workshop for space radiation hosted by Southwest Research Institute (SwRI). All modeling teams were tasked with simulating the galactic cosmic ray (GCR) spectrum through the Martian atmosphere and the Radiation Assessment Detector (RAD) on-board the Curiosity rover. The de...

Photolysis of particulate nitrate as a source of HONO and NOx.

Photolysis of nitric acid on the surface has been found recently to be greatly enhanced from that in the gas phase. Yet, photolysis of particulate nitrate (pNO3) associated with atmospheric aerosols is still relatively unknown. Here, aerosol filter samples were collected both near the ground surface and throughout the troposphere on board NSF/NACR C-130 aircraft. The photolysis rate constants of pNO3 were determined from these samples by directly monitoring the production rates of nitrous acid (HONO) and ni...


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