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Running head: POLICY ANALYSIS
POLICY ANALYSIS
Patience Nagbe
(PBAD480-1804A-99)
CTU
11/01/2018
POLICY ANALYSIS1
Topic: Proper transparency, accountability, and implementation of SWOT analysis of
healthcare organisation
Introduction
The process of transparency, accountability, and implementation allows the
opportunity to evaluate the sector and understand the possible changes needed to be made
from the organisation. The resources are used in a variant way and working ability and
approach will be redefined through the process. The priority of business acceleration in health
care services are under the experiment and all the difficulties are formulated in way of the
solution through this process. Health-related results are not always directed in positive
moves, rather facilities from the healthcare sector are highlighted in this paper.
The thesis statement underpins the negative approaches of health care facilities and
recommends some positive outcome from this. The transparency will be maintained in ethical
ways and there are some specific revised approaches for the development of the sector.
Discussion
The strengths of medical equipment and technologies help the sector to facilitate
aging health care and development. The quality will be high through that process. There are
some innovations in the medical field and that approach helps in the healthcare aspect
(Sturmberg, O’Halloran & Martin, 2013). Weakness of healthcare sectors needs to be
analysed as these are the major responsibility to overcome and make some positive
consequences through this. The policies are for every facility and sector has to include that
for the sake of healthcare development.
The workplace culture of employees is the first weakness found in this research. They
are not involved enough with the organisation. The service policy is violated through this
system. Intrinsic motivation may be violated in that case and that is the reason employees are
POLICY ANALYSIS2
not motivated enough to work with the organisation. There are some specific incentive
policies needed to be introduced like extra pay, the extra week off, or change in shift time
will help employees to regain their enthusiasm for the active work culture. As mentioned by
Harriset al., (2013) team management is another policy approach that needed to be changed.
In healthcare, motivation in teams is not as high as they deal with patients' illness. There must
be some situational engagements and financial advancement for employees to motivate them.
This extrinsic motivation allows them to associate with the company in longer terms.
Misunderstanding of concepts within employees is another challenge that sector is
facing in modern time. Communication and inter-relation behaviour is the key approach in
the sector. Employees come from different cultural backgrounds, thus they have a different
set of arguments and planning as well. Their cultural amalgamation and ethical approach
need to be revised as the policy implemented for the sustainable condition of employees
retention, where the problems will be mitigated through this and sector will ensure the service
quality (Chen, Ou & Hollis, 2013). Adopted policies or the new type of patient care not
always productive for the patients. This is a step of experiment and enhancement of the
standard medical quality that ensures the patients' safety. There are some major gaps in
service areas in business. The number of employees is not enough in that case and different
services are get struggled by that process (Joshi, 2013). Staff problems are huge in that case
as the retention policy or the increment after years or incentives and even the promotional
process of ranks is not proper to order.
From the time ofSocial Security Amendments of 1965to Patient Protection and
Affordable Care Act 2010, some expectation of employees are fulfilled and that ensure their
retention policies, but still, there are some loopholes that create threats for the development of
the medical world in the US (Gajanayake et al., 2012). The total healthcare spending is
$2,504,800,000,000 for the population of 313,376,398 people. The percentage of income in
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8.6% and median annual income is like $53,034 and that comes for the moderate stage of
health care services. The policy may not affect some sections, but the change in the
behavioural approach of employees demand that change. Healthcare administrations
nowadays trust strong Healthcare Knowledge Management Information Systems (HKMIS) to
deliver consistent data that report on health scheme presentation. Unidentified service line
may not reach towards the patients' trust and belief, thus the situation will be critical for the
organisation to earn revenue and pay their employees (Burgess& Radnor, 2013). The
unfamiliar issue is quite normal in healthcare sectors and that can damage the reputation also.
Organisation sustainability is under the threat in such situations. On a different point of view,
weaknesses regarding inner issues that hamper the operational competence and adversely
affect the presentation of a healthcare organization.
The approach of the medical field is now based on technological advancement. The
policy approaches are changed time after time and in case of international business exposure,
the major struggle has faced by the company. This is an experimental process for the
organisation and that based on local strengths (Sahama, Simpson & Lane, 2013). This will be
a vulnerable outcome in business as the amount of support is needed for the organisation is
not coming towards this end. The development will be initiated if the proper planning of
marketing and implementation takes place. The transparency in policy will be there, as the
phase of development in the international business arena will be high. The emerging
partnerships are creating the problem in transparency and legitimate responsibility is not
taken by both the companies (Kieft et al., 2014). The will experience a non-attached
development phase for the sector, and that will be recommended through the process of legal
and legitimate singing and process management.
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