Every entity’s management is critical to achieving goals and objectives in delivering high-quality services to customers. To provide quality services to patients, medical centers require proper management to coordinate nurses, physicians, diagnostic technicians, and other staff members. That is why it is critical to comprehend the relationship between medical technology and information systems, and medical management to improve the quality of care and outcomes of its services.
Medical management is an essential aspect of healthcare that encompasses the use information technology for health care and case management functions. The strategies that are employed for management in medicine are necessary for designing so as to modify the behavior of the provider and consumer to improve the outcome and quality of the delivery of healthcare (Buchbinder, & Shanks, 2016). Alternatively, the medical technology and information are significant in the management of medical equipment that has contributed to the health improvement of people. The innovation has enabled the use of electronic medical records in health services, which have improved in the assessment of the performance in the delivery of care (Buchbinder, & Shanks, 2016). Moreover, doctors are introduced to new equipment for the use of private and hospitals so as to detect diseases that are hidden and come up with alternative solutions such as improved equipment of surgery among others.
The relationship of medical management and technology in hospitals is vital since they are avenues for solutions for health care. Management involves the use of information systems and coordination of the professionals to improve the delivery of services. Similarly, technology and information systems enhance the coordination and provision of equipment to combat and manage the diseases of patients. Thus, their primary aim is to provide the assessment performance and to ensure quality in the outcome of health care management.
Buchbinder, S. B., & Shanks, N. H. (2016). Introduction to health care management. Massachusetts: Jones & Bartlett Publishers.