Management Problems in Health Care

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Management problems in Healthcare
There are many management problems in Health care. There are management problems in every organization, but health care sometimes have the biggest management problems of them all, because they are dealing with people lives. One of the problems a health care facility can come across is finance. If the patients have no way paying for their treatments than the facility would have to close their doors because they would have no way of paying their employees to keep their doors open to serve their patients.

For many patients trying to get good health care from a provider and good health care insurance is very difficult because they do not understand all of the policies. In these hard times many people cannot afford to get healthcare for themselves let along for their entire family. There’s so many health care insurance that are claiming to be the best, but when it comes pay for a procedure a patients got done they are very selective. When buying health insurance you has to make sure that you always read the fine prints. Not everyone have the patience to read the fine prints of health care policies because there are so many. I always make sure I ask many questions and take advantage of the 30 days policy review so I can read and get all of the information that I need, and if there’s something that I don’t understand, I will call the representative or customer service and ask more questions.

Managing health care is one of the hardest tasks someone will ever have to do in his or her lives if they are in the management position. The problem is that there is a rise and fall in managing health care in politic. Rather if it is a small or a big health care organization, politic have a say in it because for years the managing health care has been a battle. This battle started in the 1920’s and extended throughout World War II. According to Gray, Virginia; Lowery, David; Godwin and Erik K “through the efforts...
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