Health Organization Case Study
United Healthcare United Health group is a diversified health and well being company founded in1977 by Richard Burke with the headquarters in Minnetonka, Minnesota and the company is dedicated to helping people live healthier and making their health care work better for their well being. United Healthcare is one of the major divisions of United Health group and is focused on providing health coverage and benefit services. United Healthcare, the largest single health carrier in United States strives to improve the quality and effectiveness of healthcare for all nationals, enhance their access to medical benefits, create services that are affordable to all members and their technological services provide easy access to entire health care system. The goal of the organization is to improve the quality of the health care system. This case study paper describes the organizations readiness in addressing the health care needs of the citizens in the next decade and their strategic plans in addressing the issues of network growth, nurse staffing, resource management and patient satisfaction. Readiness in Addressing the Health Care Needs of the Citizens in the Next Decade
In order to meet the health care needs of the citizens of the next decade, United Health care offers a wide range of programs with mission of helping people live healthier and they seek to enhance the performance of the health care system in improving the health and well being of the citizens by expanding the access to quality health care, by providing the information and guidance to make their own health choices in an affordable rates. According to United Health care’s news letter (2012), their market reforms enables guarantee quality, affordable and portable coverage to all citizens of United States. The reforming and reengineering helps and organization to improve productivity, quality and patient satisfaction. The main priorities of the organizations targets...
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