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Is it appropriate that the core of hospital quality relies on an organization, JACHO that the hospitals themselves control? Can an organization that relies on its membership for financial support be truly effective in policing its membership? Reflect and consider ethical, legal, and policy issues as you answer this question.

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I don't think that it is appropriate that the core of hospital quality relies on an organization such as JACHO that the hospitals themselves control, largely due to the fact that it is highly improbable that hospitals will find it necessary to adhere to the stipulations of regulations that are developed by an organization that they actually control. This is typically not a ethical, fair, and just means by which hospital organization quality should be regulated, due to the fact that controlling the organization that determines quality of hospitals, actually creates a situation where the hospitals themselves are ...

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