Identify and compare the characteristics common in those health care managers who work in either direct or nondirect care settings
This is an exciting time for health care in general, but especially for the team of professionals that provide leadership and direction to enable the maintenance or restoration of health in a variety of settings. Health care management requires talented people to facilitate the delivery of care to patients and their families. The rewards of helping are great, the challenges are many. What type of individual makes a good health care manager?To prepare for this Discussion, complete the readings in your Learning Resources. Review the various health care managers who work in a health care setting profiled in Waldenville (click on the org charts to learn more about the managers) and in the profiles provided in your Career Opportunities in Health Care Management course text.
Post a comprehensive response to the following:Health care managers can work in settings that provide direct or nondirect service.