Flashcards in HUEC MGT - Exam #1 Deck (193)
What are the various management roles of dietetics practitioners?
-Community/Public Health ;
What are some expectations of dietitians as managers?
-Educated and unique;
-Skills to manage successfully;
Why might a dietician want to be a manager?
-Control of work ( make schedules)
What is a Registered Dietician?
-RD or RDN;
-“Successfully completed registration requirements established by Commission on Dietetic Registration for Registered Dietitian”;
-COMING…. Require MS for entry-level practice
What is a Dietetic Technician?
“Successfully completed registration requirements established by the Commission on Dietetic Registration for Dietetic Technicians”;
What are the components of Management?
What are the CLINICAL Nutrition Management Positions?
1. Clinical nutrition manager
2. Chief clinical dietitian
3. Registered dietitian supervisor
4. Patient services director
5. Clinical dietitian
What does the Clinical Nutrition Manager manage?
-Nutrition care of patients/clients;
- Clinical dietitians → MNT;
What is a Chief Clinical Dietician?
-SOME direct patient care;
-Coordinate w/ FOODSERVICE
What is a Patient Services Manager?
-Manages foodservice for patients = Trayline, Floor stock, snacks;
-Coordinates w/ clinical staff = Chief clinical RDN
What is a Clinical Dietician?
-Manages diet technician;
-Project manager (diet manual);
What are the RD management roles in public health?
1. Public health nutritionist;
What is Public Health Nutrition?
-Advanced degree in public health nutrition;
-Populations rather than individuals
What is involved in AGENCY MGT of public health?
EX: Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, Children (WIC);
-Agency Site Manager…
1. Assess, plan, implement, evaluate agency;
2. Multiple sites (WIC x 5);
3. Congregate Meals on Wheels;
4. RDNs who provide direct Pt services
What is Community Nutritionist/Dietitian?
-May not have an advanced degree;
-Typically do not manage entire programs;
-May manage a site;
-Major focus = individual client or group of clients in the community setting;
-Gives DIRECT care to clients;
-Community Site Management
— 1 or 2 individual sites where programs and services are offered = EX: particular WIC site, health unit, EFNEP, Snap-Ed;
— Responsible for operation of the sites, supervision of support staff + provide nutritional services to patients.
What are the different types of foodservice?
2. On-site = Self-operated or Contract management
What are the components of COMMERCIAL Foodservice?
-Customers = choices
What are types of commercial foodservice?
1. Restaurants = Fine Dining, Fast-casual, Quick-service;
2. Convenience Stores;
4. Food Courts;
5. Mobile Food Vendors
What are some job opportunities in Commercial Foodservice in restaurants/ grocery for RD’s?
**CONSULTANT RDNs =
-New industry concerns...
→ RDS Provide…
— Menu development;
— Nutrient analysis;
What are the components of ONSITE Foodservice?
-Feed those who work, reside, attend;
-May have LIMITED choices;
-May be subsidized;
-Not profit…but this is changing rapidly;
-Hospitals, nursing homes, schools, prisons, military, business campus, senior citizens, day cares
What are the types of ONSITE Foodservice?
2. Contract Management
What are some job opportunities in ONSITE Foodservice in large operations for RD’s?
1. Upward Mobility
2. Multiple departments
3. Administrative positions
What are the new trends of ONSITE Foodservice?
-Moved closer to commercial;
-Smaller “captive” customer base;
-Increasingly, profit motive;
-Commercial FS move in and compete
What is Self-Operated foodservice (ONSITE)?
-The organization that receives the service owns and operates the foodservice;
-RDN title may be “Director of Nutrition Services”;
-RDN manager + all employees work for the facility itself;
-One-of-a kind operation
-Responsive to needs;
-Ability to be creative
-High food costs;
-Develop menus, recipes, etc. from scratch
What is a Contract Management Company (ONSITE)?
-Organizations that provide foodservice to other organizations or institutions;
-Employ many dietitians;
-Clinical RDNs, Management RDNs;
-Contract company offers whatever services are needed;
-Differs at every facility; contracts vary
What is UNDER Contract Management (ONSITE)?
-Onsite FS is operated by a FS management company;
-EX: Sodexo, Aramark, Chartwells, or Compass Group;
-Company is hired by the business or institution for this purpose;
-Contractor may employ only management team OR all employees
Contract Management Advantages
-Resources: menus, recipes, etc.;
-Lower food costs (greater purchasing power);
-Standardized services to multiple sites