Research a federal governmental organization related to healthcare, such as FEMA, FDA, NIH, CDC, or HHS. It is important to note that some federal agencies are interconnected and work collaboratively; therefore, it might be advantageous to compare and contrast roles and responsibilities of your selected organization.
1. Describe the organization's mission. Relate its stated mission to its activities. Include information to address their roles and responsibilities and provide a clear definition as to the charge of the federal agency.
2. Describe 2 -3 important activities of the organization, particularly those relevant to gynecological and obstetrical care, pre- and post-natal services, and infant mortality.
3. Examine resources utilization by the organization, particularly resources relevant to infant mortality.
4. Discuss the organization's effectiveness in decreasing infant mortality rates, reducing heart disease, infectious diseases, or airborne pathogens.
5. Introduce 2 -3 strategies or an action plan of public health priorities in the twenty-first century to create a healthier nation.
1. The overall mission of the FDA is to ensure the safety of the foods and drugs that are utilized by consumers within this nation. The scope of this mission includes the setting of standards by which foods, drugs, cosmetics, medical devices, and even tobacco products are produced, as well as to ensure that the ingredients and other materials contained within these products are not hazardous to the health and well-being of consumers. This organization's mission is related to his activities due to the fact that FDA officials randomly inspect the facilities that produce foods and other consumable goods, as well as conduct periodic inspections of the goods themselves, in order to carry out its mission of protecting the health and well-being of the consumer. In addition to the regulation of the safety of standard foods and drugs, this organization has the role, responsibility, and the charge to ensure that all measures are taken by which to reduce the incidence of disease by setting and enforcing sanitation standards and regulations on such nonfood products as the sperm housed in sperm banks, in ...
Federal Rules and Regulations for Union and Labor Laws
As the Assistant Director of Labor Relations for a 400-bed hospital, employing nearly 3,000 employees, of which 800 are registered nurses. The hospital is the largest hospital in the town of 102,000, competing with two other hospitals for scarce healthcare talent. You watch anxiously as the not-for-profit facility on the east side of town is under pressure from the Service Employees International Union (SEIU)-Healthcare to unionize based on wages and staffing ratios. You have been asked by the Chief Labor Counsel for your opinion on the next course of action for the hospital. Since your hospital is a non-profit healthcare institution, it's important to know the guidelines that not-for-profit organizations may encounter versus for-profit companies.
What are the key Federal rules and regulations that must be known by managers before the organizing is attempted by the SEIU?
Complete the following questions:
Provide a strategic plan to prepare managers for a potential organizing attempt by the SEIU.
Describe how these work related laws affect both employers and employees.
Provide specific examples and recommendations.
Provide recommendations if the hospital should look into organizing with SEIU and why