Medical Clinics and Practices: Understanding How They Work and Why

1st Edition

Roger Gruneisen

Productivity Press
October 22, 2019 Forthcoming
Reference - 136 Pages - 35 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781138341395 - CAT# K394225

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A hospital can be a private or public sector building where patients are admitted for treatment. On the other hand, a clinic is a healthcare hub or it is a place where a doctor analyzes the patients, prescribes medicines and give the instructions as to how to use the medication. Both have different and operational management needs and requirements. This book serves as a guide to sales professionals, new consultants, management engineers, and administrators seeking to assess simple clinic or medical practice operations.

In addition to providing important information about each operational aspect of managing a clinic or medical practice, each chapter includes common operating practices and gives some indication of good or better practices. To simplify the chapter flow, the chapters are organized in the typical flow of how a patient moves through the system from registration to discharge and is presented in a ‘Fact Finder’ format. The author also answers important questions such as what is a care team? What kind of physical space does the practice need? What about equipment and technology needs? Finally, the author concludes with key infrastructure concepts such as leadership and management systems, integration into larger systems, and key measurements. All topics important to those working in or servicing the ambulatory market.


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