Southern New Jersey's Health Care Case Study

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XYZ Healthcare the Future of Southern New Jersey’s Health Benjamin Church MG5110 New England College Abstract This paper is going to explore the attributes both positive ns negative of the company in which I am currently employed. There will be a brief review of the structure of the company and the mission. Businesses always need to look to improve their footprint on the market to stay competitive in this fast moving world of the 21st Century. It will explore how my organization uses technology to stay ahead of the competition and where it can improve. This paper will serve to review its current practices regarding management. It will focus on the positive management practices as well as area that they can improve on. It will…show more content…
To this date they have short term 3-5 year and long term >5years. The absolute time line and specific plans are not readily available secondary to the local competition. The corporation’s strength in regards to planning appears to be that it is continuously improving their facilities and services to the region. The financial ledger is sound and the hospital does have capital for these improvements. Funding is in part by major corporations, businesses and government…show more content…
They have achieved Magnet Status accreditation with the American Nursing Association. They have set themselves apart in this endeavor utilizing the process of Shared Governance. Governance is about power, control, authority, and influence. It answers the question in an organization, "Who rules?" Nursing shared governance extends that rule to nurses. It surfaced as a radical break from traditional hospital governance where nurses had little power within a rigid formal hierarchical bureaucracy. Nursing shared governance is a managerial innovation that legitimizes nurses’ control over practice, while extending their influence into administrative areas previously controlled only by managers. [ (Hess, 1998, pp. 5-6) ] Shred Governance is not new it has been documented for over twenty years in the Nursing profession but has only recently been a major focus of the healthcare systems. This automoty helps with the recruitment and retention of the Professional Nursing staff by giving them the chance to be more impactful on the system of healthcare to the community rather than the individual patient. It is not fully intergraded into all controlling aspects of the organization i.e.: budget, capital purchases and expansion but its influence is being more readily n the foreground of these
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