Hospital governance expert witnesses may write reports and opine on hospital regulations, physician credentialing, hospital administration, and related topics. The MHA Health Careers Center describes the responsibilities of health care administrators and hospital governance professionals.
Health care administrators are often called on to maintain and develop professional standards, procedures, and policies for various institutional activities. They are also responsible for developing and expanding programs for scientific research, preventive medicine, medical and vocational rehabilitation, and community health and welfare. To be successful as a health care administrator, an individual needs to have good leadership and managerial skills. They should also be well organized, have good written and oral communication skills, and be attentive to detail.
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