Preparing the Staff for New Technologies
Most organizations proclaim that their staff is their most valued resource and then act in completely contrary ways. As health care organizations strive for higher productivity in this very competitive market, it will be the health care systems that most effectively manage their human resources that will truly win the race.
KeywordsHealth Care Organization Clinical Decision Support System Gross National Product Organizational Aspect Health Care Environment
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