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The Many Hats of a Health Care Administrator

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on 10 October 2017

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Transcript of The Many Hats of a Health Care Administrator

The Practical Scope of an Health Care Administrator

Health Care Administrator's skills
The Health Care Administrator have a variable roles and let their staff do their work, but always want to be kept in the loop of the job assignments.
1. Managerial skills –
• To perform management functions and assume multiple roles, managers must be skilled.
• Technical skill involves process or technique knowledge and proficiency.
• Managers use the practices, techniques and implements of a specific area. People skill involves the capability to work together effectively with the staff.
• Conceptual skill involves the formulation of ideas. Managers understand abstract relationships, develop ideas, and solve problems creatively.
2. Finance & budgeting –
• Planning - outlines the company's financial direction and expectations for the next three to five years.
• Budgeting - documents how the overall plan will be executed month to month, specifying expenditures.
• Forecasting - uses accumulated historical data to predict financial outcomes for future months or years.
3. Leadership skills
• Shared leadership is an ongoing and fluid process that requires continuous evaluation to be responsive to ever-changing healthcare challenges, and presumes a good working relationship between managers and staff. When organizational and group inter-relationships are developed and fostered to achieve defined goals
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