Let it Pour: A Case Study

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Let It Pour: A Critical Thinking Case Study

There is growing problem that is facing all operations of the Faith Community Hospital. From administrative staff members down to the nurses and doctors, all personnel have lost the intent and scope of the vision. With the different agendas that are being introduced into the daily operations, it has become a very difficult task for the management team and the various members of its support staff to effectively run and maintain the hospital. This apparent loss of cohesion is tearing the infrastructure of Faith Community Hospital apart. The purpose of this analysis is to address the different situations facing the management staff at the hospital and what actions should be taken to address the problems. When addressing these concerns, the analysis will also tackle the organizational processes, ethical issues, and the hospitals financial situation. . In addition, news reports stating that medical errors cause tens of thousands of deaths each year, close to 100,000 in hospitals alone, does not facilitate bringing in new patients to the hospital.

Currently, there are wide array of concerns that are plaguing the hospital's ability to run and maintain its daily functions. These concerns have become so interwoven into the daily operations that the very stability of the hospital has become threatened. There are three major concerns that need to be addressed that are currently effecting the internal operation of the hospital. The first major concern is the employees' inability to follow the rules and standards set by the hospital. Employees justify their actions by using their own personal set of opinions and standards, which they allow to dictate their individual routines at the hospital. They have single handedly set their own ethical and moral agenda, which they are pushing on to the patients of Faith...