Design of a Healthcare Organization Introduction Rehabilitation settings are unique in that they are frontiers of innovation and new discoveries. Nurses must not only be familiar with research but need to take an active role. It is highly important in this field that nurses be very motivated, collaborate with one another and the team, and be empowered in all respects. The leader in such a setting has to possess wide knowledge as well as a vision and particular traits. This paper is mainly concerned with one unit of the organization and how the leader will create a healthy environment for the nurses. The Organization The organization is given the name Transformation Hospital because the main goal is to transform the lives of the patients as...The end:
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