DECIDE: A Decision-Making Model for More Effective Decision Making by Health Care Managers

  title={DECIDE: A Decision-Making Model for More Effective Decision Making by Health Care Managers},
  author={Kristina L. Guo},
  journal={The Health Care Manager},
  • K. Guo
  • Published 1 April 2008
  • Business
  • The Health Care Manager
The purpose of this article is to describe a step-by-step process for decision making, and a model is developed to aid health care managers in making more quality decisions, which ultimately determines the success of organizations. [] Key Method The DECIDE model is the acronym of 6 particular activities needed in the decision-making process: (1) D = define the problem, (2) E = establish the criteria, (3) C = consider all the alternatives, (4) I = identify the best alternative, (5) D = develop and implement a…
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