Open Access Review Article

The Ability of Health Organizations to Change - Why do Change Need a Process and Project Approach?

Joanna Jasińska*

Warsaw Medical University named Tadeusz Kozluk, Poland

Corresponding Author

Received Date: September 02, 2020;  Published Date: September 22, 2020

The aim of the article is both an attempt to identify the relationship between various disciplines of management sciences (change management, process management, project management) and a reference to the issue of their application and integration in healthcare organizations. It seems that this is a serious problem in the context of the inevitability of making changes in medical organizations, especially in the face of an ongoing pandemic (in a relatively short time). In addition, the ever-increasing complexity of healthcare organizations, while the pace of technological innovation in medicine. The article is a review - it integrates and interprets the current state of knowledge in the field of change management, process management and project management, indicating the need and possibilities of integration and symbiosis of various management subdisciplines. It was developed primarily using critical literature analysis.

Keywords: change management, change management in healthcare organizations, process management, project management, integrated management sub-disciplines

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