Organizational Responsibility and Current Health Care Issues
March 21st , 2014
Current Health Care Issues
In this paper we will discuss the roles of governmental regulatory agencies and its effects on the health care industry. Health care regulatory agencies have the responsibility to monitor health care practitioners and facilities. Health care regulatory agencies also provide information about any industry changes that may occur and they also take the role of promoting safety and ensuring that facilities are following the legal compliance that is set in place as well as quality services. Health care regulatory agencies play an important role in the health care industry.
Health Care Regulatory Agencies
When it comes to health care regulatory agencies there are many agencies. There are federal, state and local regulatory agencies in which they all establish rules and regulations for the health care industry and then they must be the one who oversees these agencies to make sure that they are following all of the proper rules and regulations that have been set into place. There are also agencies that are for accreditation, which these are important because they can provide the health care facility with rankings or certifications.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), is a regulatory agency that is responsible for protecting the public health. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), is an agency that is responsible for the oversight of different things such as medicine, medical devices, blood products, vaccines, clinical trials, approval for the use of new products and medications, they also establish rules for testing, regulating food, and also cosmetics. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), is responsible for advancing the public health by helping to speed innovations that make medicines more effective, safer, and more affordable by helping the public get accurate, science-based information...