It is a necessity that the cadre should carry a value with the purpose of customers (employers, physicians, and patients) is the main important asset of health care organizations. The planning and marketing prototype represented herein is intended to assist HCOs with keeping customers. The position of healthcare marketing in an HCO’s strategic planning process is to properly care for their members. It is extremely critical for organizations to provide the best care for their patients. Some organizations such as Kaiser Permanente provide immaculate care to their patients.
More importantly, if the organizational environment does not support diversity broadly, one risks losing talent to competitors (Rosenberg, 2008). Other challenges that are faced within the functions of human resources in my organization consists of ensuring that the company stays compliant in regards to all trainings, and safety standards upheld by both the organization, and state/federal regulation agencies. As stated previously healthcare is forever changing and therefore it is also the human resources responsibility to ensure that all postings in regards to EEOC, minimum wage regulations, Employee rights, Employee hotline, and other related literature is
| Health Services Finance | | Week 2 Assignment You Decide | | Health Services Finance | | Week 2 Assignment You Decide | Keller Graduate School of Management Professor: Art Honanyan March 15, 2015 Keller Graduate School of Management Professor: Art Honanyan March 15, 2015 Sheralee Henry As the CFO of Marysville General Hospital, I realize we have a serious accounts receivable problem here. It has gotten out of control, and we have to get it back in control. It is going to takes a little effort from everyone to get us back on track. With the process improvement plan that I am proposing, it will need the assistance and cooperation of the medical staff, the clinical departments, the business office, health information
Tasks that were once assigned to nurses are now the responsibility of Medical Assistants due to the shortage in nursing. Removal of these less complex tasks from the nurses allows them to focus more on the patient. American Association of Medical Assistants. (2011) www.aama-ntl-org This website includes information on FAQs on Medical Assisting and the CMA (AAMA). The mission of the American Association of Medical Assistants is to provide the Medical Assistant professional with education, certification, credential acknowledgement, networking opportunities, scope-of practice
This paper will provide a thorough concept analysis of CF by outlining various definitions, detailing how it influences nursing practice, discussing attributes of CF and providing case scenarios to elaborate on this concept within nursing. Compassion Fatigue in Nursing Practice When people think about nurses, compassion and caring are two adjectives used to describe them. These words are the reason why many nurses come into the profession. They want to help and care for patients helping them get back to their normal lives. Eventually, having compassion and showing concern for others without appreciation leads to CF.
Even the general populace who might suffer from a pressing cold or a nagging headache may be dissuaded to go to the pharmacy due to the distance. Doing this assessment really increased my awareness of the living accommodations of the disadvantaged in the Marine Park community; I now have a heightened sense of the pressing needs in my neighborhood. I hope in the near future, these issues are addressed to best cater to the mixed age
If a client is not feeling well it is essential that they are able to convey this to you. Co-workers - Communicating with other staff members ensures effective team working and continuity of care. It also ensures any health and safety issues are recognized and reported. This can be done face to face or in the client’s daily recording file. Doctors – If we take a client to the doctors it is essential that we are able to inform the doctor of any relevant information required otherwise this may result in a misdiagnosis.
The patient’s death was particularly difficult for the ER staff to digest as they viewed their actions as an attempt to expedite care with uncomplicated dismissal. It was decided that a Plan-Do-Study-Act approach would be the most effective process improvement plan. The staff was amenable in part due to the fact that the patient’s death affected them emotionally and many verbalized they wanted to do everything possible to ensure this did not happen again. Plan – Applicable policies in this scenario will be reviewed and updated. These policies contain staffing, chain of command, procedural, delegation of duties, Code Blue and Rapid Response, triage and Biomedical facets.
Without effective communication our jobs as professionals would be impossible. A breakdown in communication could affect our ability to identify a patients needs, therefore affecting successful patient care. We also need to communicate effectively with our colleagues. We need to hand over our patients care needs at the end of each shift and at regular intervals to all inter-professionals involved within their care. If important information is not thoroughly communicated then there may be a negative outcome.
Essentially under new legislation those afflicted with untreated chronic conditions or return for care with repeated issues are considered ineffectively treated and the providing healthcare organization is subject to non-payment (ACA, 2015). Despite all the signs of success such as growing patient loads and the demand for more skilled laborers, the measure of an organizations financial success will be best determined in the quality treatment of its patients. Organizational acceptance of a mutually shared goal is essential to fostering teamwork and a culture of excellence. These are the founding principals of an effective quality improvement program (Sollecito & Johnson,