One hundred per cent of senior health service managers would be willing to consider changing their own working hour arrangements, for example, an extended day, weekend working or extended week, according to a HMI survey
Management briefs are short, insightful books for busy managers who want a practical, step-by-step guides rather than academic texts. Health Manager Journal is offering an introductory readers discount.
The massive organisational failures which brought Ireland’s financial system to its knees, occurred in organisations stuffed with MBAs and utilising every management tool from strategic analysis to 360˚ feedback, writes Conor Hannaway
Maureen Browne describes how senior leaders, partners, GPs, the local authority and patient representative organisations worked together to design a new organisation focusing much more on transformational activity along the whole end-to-end pathway with a much bigger focus on population health.
Budget Impact Analysis (BIA) guidelines will provide health service managers who have to make hard decisions with the best possible information on the best use of healthcare resources, writes Dr. Mάirίn Ryan.
A seismic change is underway in the structures of Dublin voluntary hospitals, with moves to establish Academic Health Centres (AHCs), new groupings and mergers between voluntary hospitals themselves and between voluntary hospitals and HSE hospitals in Dublin and in the wider eastern area
A total of 2,003 staff exited the health service at the end of December, via the Government’s early retirement and voluntary severance packages. Of these, 641 took early retirement and 1,362 took voluntary severance.
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