Claudia M. Loayza
HCS/325 HealthCare Management
September 3, 2012
Health Care organizations help people in need of health care gain access to it at minimal costs to different organizations. These organizations offer economic incentives for physicians and patients to select forms of treatment and care that have lower costs while still maintaining quality of care. By incentivizing this type of behavior, health care organizations broaden the availability of basic medical necessities. Today health care organizations are experiences different changes in the workplace. Employees are expected to assume an increase of workload delegated by the intent of work process evaluation.
Since its inception in 1953, Memorial Healthcare System has been a leader in providing high-quality health care services to South Florida residents. Today, it is the fifth-largest public health care system in the nation and highly regarded for its exceptional patient- and family-centered care. Memorial's patient, physician and employee satisfaction rates are some of the most admired in the country, and the system is recognized as a national leader in quality health care. Memorial Healthcare System provides safe, quality, cost-effective, patient- and family-centered care, regardless of one's ability to pay, with the goal of improving the health of the community it serves. Through more integrated relationships with physicians, Memorial Healthcare System will deliver patient- and family-centric care in a highly efficient manner with exceptional quality and safety outcomes for the benefit of the residents of the South Broward Hospital District.
Memorial Health Care System is able to work in a full spectrum model due to the fact of its well organize system. It’s an organization that operates on a large and small scale. For example, Memorial not only function as a hospital, but also provides to the community clinics to be...