Essay on Health Organization Case Study
1193 WordsAug 28th, 20135 Pages
Health Organization Case Study
Grand Canyon University
Nursing and Leadership Management
NRS 451 V
September 23, 2012
Health Organization Case Study
Banner Health is a nonprofit health care system that was started on September 1, 1991 after the merger of Samaritan Health System and Lutheran Health Systems. Before the merger Lutheran Health System had a long standing history as a respected health care provider in rural communities located across Western and Midwestern states dating as far back as 1938 while Samaritan Health System was formed in 1911 and had a reputation for clinical excellence in California and Arizona primarily in the metro Phoenix area. The headquarters of Banner Health are located in Phoenix…show more content…
Clinicians recognize risk factors assess, better diagnose and manage patients and reduce mortality rates. (Trenary, 2007)Describes how Banner Health Care System uses a system called eICU where patients are cared for by intensivists, experienced critical care nurses and health unit secretaries working from a remote location on the campus of Banner Desert Medical Centre. From this location care clinicians can see and hear six different units in five different hospitals .Their aim is to increase this added support to all ICU patients within their Banner Health Care System across the seven states in twenty different facilities. .Using the eICU system the ICU rooms are fitted with a camera, microphone and a speaker .The camera is activated when initiated by the bedside team when there is an alert received from the eICU system .There is no recording availability so the system is HIPAA compliant .This system adds an additional support to the nurse patient ration at bedside. A similar system is used in the Ob department to support the nurses and help to reduce complications during childbirth
The (Institute of Medicine Report ,2010) pointed that there was need in the transformation of nursing
Health Organization Case Study Research Essay
1514 WordsNov 19th, 20147 Pages
Health Organization Case Study Research a health Health Organization Case Study Research a health care organization or a network that spans several states within the U.S. (Example: United Healthcare, Vanguard, Banner Healthcare, etc.).
Harvard Business Review Online and Hoover's Company Records, found in the GCU Library, are useful sources. You may also find pertinent information on your organization's webpage.
Review "Singapore Airlines Case Study."
Prepare a 1,000-1,250-word paper that focuses on the organization or network you have selected.
Your essay should assess the readiness of the health care organization or network in addressing the health care needs of citizens in the…show more content…
All aspects of in-flight service, including training related to terminology, amenities and food preparation were provided in great detail, as were training for emergency preparedness and response to every potential scenario encountered in the air and on the ground. Formalized on-boarding, training and continued development were the hallmarks of the comprehensive workforce program. Even well into a crew member’s employment, on-going training and cyclical evaluation provided a mechanism for employees to be aware of individual performance and gain exposure to methods of continuous improvement. With an on-going plan of evaluation, communication, and development, the workforce was well-positioned for high levels of performance and quality improvements.
Though it would seem that Singapore Airlines’ work management program suited the organization well, it greatly narrowed the pool of applicants and kept many, well-qualified and experienced candidates from positions that would create diversity among the largely homogeneous workforce and place the organization in a better position to serve populations whose ethnic origins were not of Asian descent. If the organization aims to be the leader in an increasingly global marketplace, the workforce must mirror the diverse needs and perceptions of the greater population.
Singapore Airlines is known in the airline industry for its quality of service. This emphasis on customer service and