Article Title: More than words
Author: William Corley
What is the relationship between patient safety and organizational culture? What can you learn from this as an aspiring healthcare executive?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 8:21 am ad1c9bdddf
Hospitals, in general have always had a system of two or more subcultures. Doctors have their culture and the rest of the healthcare staff has theirs. In some hospitals, there is a clash between administration and clinical staff. True team effort holds equality at its core and functions when each team player takes ownership of the purpose and acts as though he/she alone is responsible for the success or failure of that action. Accountability and empowerment are at the core of successful companies. And, organizational culture is not attained through a one-year project; rather it is the result of years of modeling by ...
This solution describes organizational culture in the healthcare setting and how it affects patient care. It discusses culture at both the individual and team levels, and also offers tips for healthcare executives in terms of decision-making regarding patient safety.
Work Environment and Organizational Behavior
Please help me get started by addressing the following questions. I do not want an OTA to complete my assignment for me, just need some ideas and information.
1. Describe the culture in a non-punitive work environment and the shift of focus from individual error to process improvement -(350-400 words).
2. Discuss the benefits of this shift related to organizational behavior, productivity, and code of ethics -(350-400 words).
3. Explain the role corporate compliance and ethical role modeling play in this shift -(350-400 words).
4. Make recommendations on how to implement this change or how it was implemented into your present environment -(350-400 words).
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