Choice of Hospital Risk Management Strategy-Comparison between SARS and COVID-19
Keywords:Novel Coronavirus, Risk Management, Transformational Leadership.
AbstractThis study explored the methods for hospitals to take corresponding measures to implement response measures from the perspective of epidemic crisis management. Through the analysis of the practical experience of each hospital, the crisis situation, the countermeasures, and the review of the hospital's rehabilitation methods. The research method is a case study method. The main sources of research data are interviews, internal hospital file data, and related journal articles and media reports. Research results: 1. This research explored the organizational behavior of the hospital and the strategic emergency points that it showed in the face of crisis. 2. "Transformative" leadership style, with timely and application-oriented management. 3. The implementation of epidemic prevention measures and response methods have gradually embarked on the right path from the chaos. 4. Faced with a shortage of anti-epidemic materials, hospitals have been working hard to deal with risk management. Based on the above findings, this research provides some policy recommendations for hospitals to mobilize and respond to similar viral diseases in the future so as to follow up with medical institutions for learning and reference.
Bass, B. M, Avolio, B. J. Developing Transformational Leadership: 1992 and Beyond.Journal of European Industrial Training, 1990, 14(5): 21-27.
Bass, B. M, Riggio, R. Transformational Leadership (2nd ed.), Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2006.
Bass, B. M., & Avolio, B. J. (1994). Improving organizational effectiveness through transformational leadership. Sage, Thousand Oaks, CA
Bass, B.M. Leadership and performance beyond expectation.New York: Free Press,1985.
Brown, R.L. Critical attributes of instructional leadership in nationally recognized secondary-level blue ribbon schools. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, East Texas State University, Texas.
Burns, J. M. Leadership. New York: Harper & Row. 1978.
Edited by Qiu Wenda (2003). Hospital quality management, Hutchison Publishing, Taipei, (2003). Eisenhardt, K.M., Graebner, M.E., “Theory Building from Cases: Opportunities and Challenges,”
Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 50, No. 1, 25-32 (2007).
Kasperson, RE, RW Kates, and C. Hohenemser, 1985. "Hazard Management," edited by Robert W.
Kates, Christoph Hohenemser and Jeanne X. Kasperson, Progress in Hazards: The Hazards of
Management Techniques, Westview Press, pp. 43-66.
Lerbinger, O. (1997). The crisis manager: Facing risk and responsibility. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence
Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
Mintzberg, H., The Nature of Managerial Work, New York: Harper & Row, (1973).
Pettigrew, M.A., Woodman, R.W., and Cameron, K.S., “Studying Organizational Change and
Development: Challenges for Future Research,” Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 44,
No. 9, 697-713 (2001).
Rubbins, S.P. (1996). Organizational Behavior: Concepts, controversies, and applications. 7th ed.,
Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall.
Taiwan Public Health Journal, Volume 25, Issue 1, Pages 75-82.
Yukl, G.A., (1994). Leadership in Organization. 3rd ed., Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall. Zhang Cangneng, Hou Shengmao (2020). A review of the experience of novel coronavirus
pneumonia (COVID-19) and SARS in 2020. Taiwan Medical Circle, Vol. 63, No. 4, pp. 10-
Zhang Shaoxun, Research Methods, Canghai Bookstore, Taichung, (2004).
1. Author and Manuscript
- The author whose name appear in the above statement is declaring that he/she is the author of the stated manuscript
- All of the authors, if any, has already aware of this agreement and give consent for the mentioned name to act on their behalf
- The author stated that the manuscript is original and has never been published elsewhere.
- The author has obtained permissions from other contributors, if any
- The author has specifically mentioned and cited all external materials properly
- Note: External materials refers to any material, writings, figures, tables, illustrations, or any other materials which is not being produced, made, or patented by the author
- The author holds the sole responsible should there are any mistyping; unclear citation and holds responsible should there are any inappropriate manners such as unlawful, breaches, obscene, or any other reasons which are not aligned with the law and norm.
3. Deliverable of Manuscript and Other Materials
- The Contributor/Author shall deliver their manuscript using the provided and acceptable format (doc. Or docx) in the assigned date as well as author copyright document signed.
- Inability delivering the manuscript in the stated date and format will affecting the publication process thus, The Publisher have the rights to reject the manuscript and terminate the letter of acceptance or letter of offerings
- Author is responsible to deliver the manuscript using the provided format. Note: All of the figures, tables, illustrations, or any other materials that will be inserted in the manuscript need to be in high quality
- Should the author decided to alter the manuscript format, the fee will be charged and bore by authors
The Author give “Yayasan Sinergi Riset dan Edukasi” (here forth known as RSF Press) the unlimited right to publish the contribution identified above, without any restraints, in any form, at any time, directly or through others, to reproduce, transmit, archive, lease/lend, sell and distribute the contribution or parts thereof individually or together with other works in any language, revision and version (digital and hard), including reprints, translations, photographic reproductions, microform, audiograms, videograms, electronic form (offline, online), or any other reproductions of similar nature, including publication in the aforementioned book or any other book, as well as, the usage for advertising purposes. RSF Press will ensure that the Author’s name(s) is/are always clearly associated with the manuscript, and the publishers will not make any substantial change to the manuscript without consulting the author and ask for their consent. RSF Press is also entitled to carry out editorial changes in the contribution with the sole purpose of enhancing the overall organization and form of the contribution.
The Author retains the rights to publish the contribution in his/her own web site and thesis, in his/her employer’s web site and to publish a similar or revised version elsewhere, as long as it is clearly stated that the contribution was presented first RSF Press and the corresponding DOI is associated with the contribution.