The Most Effective Health Care Management

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The Most Effective Health Care Management
In these harsh economic times, especially when health care is coming under so much scrutiny, it is vital that the most effective and efficient means of management for health care issues be utilized. This means finding and understanding and including the best features of Total Quality Management as well as the concepts of Six Sigma.
Total Quality Management was an idea created by Edward Deming who had to go to Japan and its nascent automobile industry to see it come to fruition. What Deming saw still is important to our management styles in the health industry today. Here is the reason: “Deming reached the necessity of measuring quality and a radical change in management attitudes about front-line...
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