Application of Management Principles in the Management of a Patient – A 2006 Lecture to UPCM Students in a Management Course

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Application of Management Principles in the Management of a Patient

 

Reynaldo O. Joson, MD

September 3, 2006

 

Introduction:

Do you remember what I told you before?

Let me repeat what I said before.  The concept of “management” is applicable to any situation and anything in life.

Thus, there can be management of self, management of a group of people, management of a project, and management of an organization.

There is also the management of a patient.  The general principles of management are applicable to the management of a patient.  In fact, I would like to tell you that if you apply the principles of management when you manage a patient, your tasks in managing a patient will be more structured and systematic and more rational.

I will show you how you can and should apply the management principles (particularly the planning function) in the management of a patient .

First, look at the diagram below that shows the essential steps in the management of a patient.

See linked file.

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