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I believe the transition team for Portsmouth Regional Medical Center will need to be have a collaborative approach to addressing both current issues as well as future ones. It is a management style that works best for long-term goals with open exchange of information and desire to work for a solution suitable to all parties (Borkowski, 2009, pp. 268-269). While this may extend the time necessary to set the goals, it will be well worth it as the new hospital grows and becomes more successful financially. The transitional team members should be respectful of all of their colleagues, regardless if they are a superior or a subordinate. Respect towards one another will go a long way toward making individuals listen to one another’s ideas and avoid stalemates. As the main goal of medicine is the treatment of patients, the hospital should strive to be patient-centric in all of its goals. It is vital that the transition team make this known to other stakeholders as without patients to serve, there would be no hospital. Staff must be courteous and help to all patients despite potential differences in race, age, gender, etc. Patients will reward the hospital spreading good word about the organization to friends and family, thereby increasing the potential patient pool available as others decide to seek Portsmouth for treatment (Buchbinder & Shanks, 2012, pp. 406-410).
References
Borkowski, N. (2009). Organizational behavior, theory, and design in health care. Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett.
Buchbinder, S. B., & Shanks, N. H. (2012). Introduction to health care management (2nd ed.). Sudbury, MA: Jones and…...

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