Governance and leadership is concerned with problems of organizational structure, policies and regulatory frameworks in place, management structures, synchronization and collaboration with stakeholders on matters pertaining to risk management and quality management (Brown, 2010).
How does the leadership and governance of a health care organization influence the development and implementation of risk-management and quality-management policies?
Good risk management is necessitated by strong commitment from senior management.
Formulation of policies and regulatory frameworks that support the organization's risk management mission and objectives (Brown, 2010)
The leadership of a health care organization has judgmental powers to prioritize resources needed for risk management purposes.
Leadership controls the develop risk management plans.
Good leadership structures make employees understand the need hence motivated towards achieving healthcare goals and objectives
Room for evaluation, alignment and implementation of organization’s operations in a unified way (Brown, 2010).
Efficient communication between levels of the organization enhanced
Formulation of common purpose and direction of the health care organization (Singapore, 2009).
How do the philosophy and culture of the risk-management and quality-management policies influences organizational performance?
Supports workers to recognize responsibility for the safety of everyone in their vicinity
Policy framework is acknowledged by the employees and staff in situations where new strategies are formulated and enacted (Singapore, 2009).
This demands a great commitment from senior management
All employees have common thinking based on shared organization’s values and beliefs
Safety is important for everyone hence can implement quality and control for service inside the healthcare
Is essential to show employees the benefits of the change to the company since the effects of culture can be too influential on employee acceptance (Yilmaz, 2010).
Quality management helps individuals become pro-organizations’ activities hence highly perform
Can maintain all staff to be on the same page which can lead to more motivation and productivity
How do the risk-management and quality-management policies affect stakeholders?
Singles out stakeholders’ risks and plot the risk response (Singapore, 2009).
May present harms that cannot be handled in isolation
Stakeholders must present and justify the risk identified for implementation (Singapore, 2009).
Stakeholders must have same ideologies of probable risks in the organization.
Makes organization disciplined and proactive
Makes stakeholders creative and energetic enough in risk assessment
Common risks ideologies facilitate groups to avoid losses but improve production level (Yilmaz, 2010).
Looks for the stakeholders and influence their operations.
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