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by M. Shane Foreman,Laverna Hubbard,Luis O. Marquez
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Ships from and sold by RGSellers. A valuable up-to-date reference on the management and financial operations in Radiology including chapters on Revenue, Costs, and Planning for the Future. Hardcover issued by the leading organization AHRA in 2004, with 337 pages including Index and Appendix. Hardcover: 337 pages.
Providing radiology services is a complex and technically demanding enterprise in which the application of operations management (OM) tools can play a substantial role in process management and improvement. This paper considers the benefits of an OM process in a radiology setting. A reference framework for the radiology processes is described, distinguishing two phases in the initial assessment of a unit: the diagnostic phase and the redesign phase.
Publisher:American Healthcare Radiology Administrators. 59 lbs. Related Subjects.
ISBN13:9780963417657. Release Date:January 2010. Publisher:American Healthcare Radiology Administrators. Medical Medical Books.
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The structure is clear and logical, leading newcomers to this subject through the topics in a way to maximize comprehension, highlighting key issues and using case studies and examples from business to contextualize learning. Chapters are structured to enable incremental and progressive learning with a logical development of the content
Operations management is a key function in the modern organisation and an important area of study in the business school. Like many subjects it remains separated from the business history community.
Operations management is a key function in the modern organisation and an important area of study in the business school. The practice of operations management can gain meaningful and significant lessons from proper consideration of the historical antecedents of current practices