Handbook on Human Service Administration
Edited by Jack Rabin
Published May 27th 1988 by CRC Press – 624 pages
Introducing theories and concepts essential for human services administration, this book covers organization theory and management, budgeting and financial management, personnel administration and labor relations, laws and regulations, innovation and change, and data administration and information systems. The author explores bioethics and managing "Babies Doe," legal right to refuse treatment, nursing home payments, and more. He applies important general concepts to specific concerns such as organizational structure and service delivery arrangements, internal financial planning, innovations in drug services delivery, and implementing medical information systems.