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MHA601 Principles of Health Care Administration Teams and Groups Final paper

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Abstract
Teams are often depicted as a group of people sharing leadership of and working together on
a specific project, whereas a group (but not a team) consists of individuals who work
independently and are led by a strong, focused individual (Erofeev, Glazer, & Ivanitskaya,
2009). In the health care organization, it is important to have a group of people working
together as a well a team. Each person individually need to fully understand what his or her
role is in a group or team, if not there will be conflicts.
Teams and Team Processes: Group Dynamics
What is a group? A group consists of two or more people who interact with each other and
share a common purpose (Erofeev, Glazer, & Ivanitskaya, 2009). A team is a type of group
(Erofeev, Glazer, & Ivanitskaya, 2009). Teams are an essential part of any organization,
especially within the healthcare organization. Each individual on a team plays a vital role in
ensuring that all needs are met, task are completed daily and patients are being cared for
properly. Teamwork and collaboration between all health professionals results in high
quality clinical care, and increased job satisfaction for staff (Begley, 2009).

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When team members do not agree on the same goal, conflicts will arise. It is
important for healthcare managers to control and management all conflicts within the
organization.

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