Ethics

o The Ethical issues considered important in today’s health care organization
• how will ethical issues alter your way of conducting change in the organization?


O The impact of financial and human resource management.
• How will financial and HR issues affect your decision making process?


O The Analysis of the administrative process needed to track outcomes and improve quality.
• What methods will be used to track outcomes of the implemented change?
• What processes will be put into place to further change the decision once the analysis is complete?

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asked by HELLLLLPPPPPP
  1. We can't tell you what YOU think or what YOU would do.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. then can you at least explain the quedstion so i can get a good answer or can u tell me some sites or tell me waht u would do????? Im desperate.... i have spent the last week in colorado with my sick sister and i couldn't do any work im behind and i need help thsat is all im asking ,....... can u please please please help me ???????????????????

    posted by HELLLLLPPPPPP
  3. o The Ethical issues considered important in today's health care organization -- how will ethical issues alter your way of conducting change in the organization?
    First you must have clear in your mind what is meant by "ethical issues," and once you know what that terminology means, you should be able to decide how YOU would or would not act as you work to conduct "change in the organization." You'll have to go back into your text or study materials to determine what is meant by "ethical issues" and "change in the organization." (For example, "change" in what organization??)

    You need to clarify in YOUR MIND what is meant by each specific term in these questions. Once you have them clarified, then you will be more able to determine what YOU will do and what other things should occur.

    posted by Writeacher

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