Management Mistakes, Moral Dilemmas and Lessons Learned
Healthcare executives are called to act in situations where the "right" decision can be unclear. It is imperative to develop solid principles for making operationally and morally sound decisions.
Judicious decisions are financially prudent and will ensure compliance with regulatory requirements. Ultimately, sound decision making will help you avoid lawsuits and improve the quality, integrity, public image and competitive edge of your organization.
This course provides guidance in situations that include impaired professionals, gender discrimination, workforce reduction, mergers, diversity management, disaster planning and medical errors. Based on real case studies, this seminar will guide you in making principled decisions in light of challenging management dilemmas and conflicting moral demands.
- Develop a framework for making sound decisions in challenging situations
- Anticipate the long-term ramifications of your decision
- Employ techniques to avoid hasty management decisions that significantly impact clinical care
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You'll also learn:
- Explore practical decision-making models that take into account critical constituencies
- Develop strategies to skillfully analyze real life management problems
Your registration fee includes the new second edition of the book The Tracks We Leave: Ethics in Healthcare Management by the faculty, Frankie Perry, RN, FACHE ®. Unless otherwise specified, a hard copy will be sent to your preferred shipping address in our database.
“It was the most engaging online seminar I have participated in. The real-life situations evaluated each week made it believable and worthwhile; something I could relate to in my daily work life. I highly recommend this seminar.” –Kathy H., Vice President of Operations, Seminar Participant
Oct. 23–Dec. 4, 2013
ACHE members: $540
CEOs, COOs, CIOs, CNOs, Managers, Department Heads/Directors, Managers transitioning from a clinical background