Consulting with Healthcare Organizations
Discussion about 500 words, at lease 2 references.
Must have access to:
Lowman, R. L. (2002). The California school of organizational studies handbook of organizational consulting psychology: A comprehensive guide to skills and techniques. San Francisco, California: Jossey-Bass.
According to your textbook, health care makes up approximately 15% of the U.S. economy. As such, in your career as an I/O Psychologist, you are likely to be called on to work in or consult with a healthcare organization at some point in time. Yet healthcare organizations differ from other organizations in various ways. To be effective in your work as an I/O Psychologist, you need to understand these differences that pertain to healthcare organizations.
Below is a list of features unique to healthcare organizations, taken from your textbook, Chapter 23, “Consulting with Healthcare Organizations.”
Choose two of the above factors,
Then choose one of the situations below and explain how the 2 factors you chose would affect how you, as a Consulting Psychologist in a healthcare organization, would address this situation(s) during your I/O work.
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