Blending of Physicians’ Leadership and Decision-Making Style Within Virtual Platforms for Improving Service Quality
Source of Publication
Studies in Computational Intelligence
Literature demands for improving the quality of healthcare services, in response to high reported patient dissatisfaction from physicians’ diagnostic errors. Social networks are a promising platform facilitating healthcare professionals for knowledge-shared-decision making (DM), in addition to leadership. Past research argues on the vitality of decisions based on appropriate leadership using knowledge management. Hence, this literature review paper proposes a conceptual framework making one proposition viable for future quantitative empirical evidencing, bearing theoretical and managerial implications.
Computer Sciences | Medicine and Health Sciences
Razzaque, Anjum and Karolak, Magdalena, "Blending of Physicians’ Leadership and Decision-Making Style Within Virtual Platforms for Improving Service Quality" (2021). All Works. 4274.
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