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Discussion 1:

Read:

·  Read Chapters 1 and 2 Attached

·  Read the article Innovation in Healthcare Services–Creating a Combined Contingency Theory and Ecosystems Approach (Links to an external site.).

·  Watch the following videos:

o  Classical Management Theory (Links to an external site.).

o  Systems Theory of Organizations (Links to an external site.).

Write:

Identify the principles and organizational theories that exist within health care management, and apply at least three of those principles and theories to one of the following areas of health care:

·  Community health care center

·  Home health

·  Hospice or palliative care

·  Hospital

·  Long-term care

·  Managed care

·  Out-patient facility

·  Pharmaceutical or medical devices

·  Renal health care centers

·  Veterans Affairs

·  Other—please identify

                 Minimum of two scholarly sources.  Your initial post must be at least 150 words.

Discussion 2:

Read:

o  How to Be a “Humbitious” Leader

o  Bringing Value at Top Organizations, Learning Means Living

o  A Learning Organization in The Service of Knowledge Management Among Nurses: A Case Study (Links to an external site.)

o  Exploring the Potential of a Multi-Level Approach to Improve Capability for Continuous Organizational Improvement and Learning in a Swedish Healthcare Region (Links to an external site.)

Write:

Assess how health care leadership is evolving. Describe the three takeaways found in the required articles for this discussion that you may employ in a learning organization. Support your response with a minimum of two scholarly source. Your initial post must be at least 150 words.

Due 11/25/20 @ 3pm New York Time Zone W/ Plag Report

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