Organizational Policies and Practices Assignment

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1Organizational Policies and Practices to Support Health IssuesInstitution AffiliationStudents nameCourseDue date
2Organizational Policies and Practices to Support Health IssuesHealthcare facilities often encounter ethical problems while trying to satisfy the unlimitedhealthcare needs daily with limited available resources. The workforce of nurses and physiciansis the central limited human resource in a healthcare institution. The increased workload in thehealth care institutions causes the majority of hospitals to experience job dissatisfactions due tothe increased rates of job turnovers and high erosion of the working morale. Health careinstitutes have highly prioritized needs that have to be satisfied on time to avoid lagging andwastage of resources. The prioritized needs include; administering appropriate and adequatehealth services to patients, reducing the cost of expenditure, and refining the quality of the carethey provide to patients (Berlingeret al., 2020).Deprived accommodation of patients' requirements is one of the stressors that competefor satisfaction in health institutes. The elderly patients suffering from chronic illness receiveinadequate care due to a lack of the medical programs that provide a complete match of theservices required. Patients with heart problems, diabetes, and other significant chronic conditionsneed active treatment to be continuous across all settings (Berlingeret al., 2020). Therefore,physicians and nurses have to collaborate with the limited resources to create a cooperative carestrategy that aligns with the set goals and the implemented goals. The healthcare workersworking under such conditions have to be active associates of the interdisciplinary committeesthat provide fundamental care to patients.The other prioritized stressor in the health care institutes is the slow adoption of technicalinformation. Although information technology serves as significant automation of the medical,administrative, and financial transactions in improving the quality and enhancing patient’sconfidence in the health systems, most medical information is still stored in poorly prearranged
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