Computerization: A Challenge to Nursing Administration
Part of the
Computers in Health Care
book series (HI)
Nursing administrators need to view information technology as a tool which can facilitate planning, decision making, communication, managerial control, and changes in organizational structure. Information systems can assist nursing administrators in structuring, operating, controlling, and evaluating the performance of the nursing department.
KeywordsNursing Personnel Operating Budget Staff Schedule Nursing Department Financial Management System
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