Introduction to Radiologic and Imaging Sciences and Patient Care: Radiology Administration Flashcards


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Defines the purpose of the hospital's existence and provides guidance in its community service.

Hospital Mission Statement

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What the governance of a hospital begins with:

Board of directors (governing board)

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Who are hospital divisions and departments accountable to?

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

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Responsible for recruitment, retention, benefits, and compensation of all employees who work in the hospital.

Human resources department

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Sub-departments of radiology.

Diagnostic radiography Ultrasound (US) Nuclear medicine (NM) Positron emission tomography (PET) Computed tomography (CT) Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) Interventional radiology (IR) (special procedures)

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Typically reports directly to upper hospital administration, requires strong business management skills, and works closely with the Medical Director of Radiology. Not necessarily a radiologic technologist.

Administrative Director of Radiology

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Principle responsibility is for overseeing the quality of patient care, works closely with the Administrative Director, and may also serve as the Department Chair. Typically a physician.

Medical Director

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The primary functions of management.

Planning Organizing and facilitating Staffing Directing Controlling Coordinating

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Key management traits

Leadership skills "Coaching" staff

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Functions of management are evolving from the traditional roles of directing and controlling employees to leading, coaching, and supporting employees. The influence for this change comes from the movement toward __________, __________, or __________.

Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Total Quality Management (TQM) Performance Improvement (PI)

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Regulates the quality and safety of care provided to patients and the way a health care organization is supervised and operated

The Joint Commission (TJC)

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Federal agency that establishes standards for safety in the workplace.

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

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Regulate operations in a hospital. Vary from hospital to hospital and are typically committee based.

Internal regulatory agencies

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List of internal regulatory groups.

Safety Committee Infection Control Committee Radiation Safety Committee Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee Risk Management and Corporate Compliance Picture Archive and Communications Systems (PACs