Literature Review on Leadership in Healthcare Management

Rashmi Chatterjee, Rathny Suy, Yat Yen, Leaksmy Chhay

Abstract


Health care organization is a complicated network of numerous professional groups, departments and specialists. A change is needed in order to enhance the service quality as well as the organizational performance in the health care system. However, it is difficult for most of the health care organizations to innovate; specifically in terms of managerial system and culture. A leader can act as a catalyst for achieving the effective change to remain successful in an ever changing, competitive environment. A crucial leadership gap exists in the current health care system. Numerous theories, cases, and models have influenced the current leadership strategies that can be connected to the healthcare setting. This review provides the impact of different leadership styles in organizational performances in health care management.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jsss.v5i1.11460

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