The Importance of Accountability
Leadership and Performance Development- HCS/475
University of Phoenix
Accountability accounts for a high standard to the healthcare industry. Accountability is a key part that is an essential part of an organization. Accountability is not just expected but also necessary. Employees need to be held accountable for their actions in one way or another. Without accountability an organization will operate properly and efficiently. Accountability upholds a high standard and measure and affects an organization like no other factor and has cost the healthcare industry billions of dollars and continues to grow on a day by day basis. According to Porter-O’Grady (2007), accountability is the most overused and misunderstood element of leadership today. Accountability is important in health care because presentation scopes are more attainable with such large sizes. The main explanation for this advancement is to concentrate on hospitals and their medical staffs and create accountability for purpose concerning aptitude. Accountability can effectively drive the motivation desirable to make sure that workers prevail over their natural resistance. Accountability measures involve both strict and unritualistic measures geared toward assessing fulfillment and allotment of the fulfillment and feedback by the leader in charge of accountability. Employees should show responsibility and be obliged for their own actions such as knowing and recognizing ones’ own honesty. If a physician or its staff makes false claims against a patient’s insurance it could put the organization as a whole at jeopardy. The healthcare industry is a billion dollar industry and has a possibility of becoming a very huge asset to the public. Without accountability employees jobs can be lost. Accountability by an employee can be looked after in many ways. Evaluating validity can be applied on multiple levels (individually and in totality) to examine effectiveness in and...
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