Introduction The Healthy Body Wellness Center requires an Information Security Management System (ISMS), in order to implement a plan to maintain and audit the company 's information system security objectives. This necessitated outlining the scope of the ISMS plan as well as an evaluation of the risk assessment conducted by We Test Everything LLC (WTE). We Test Everything LLC was contracted by the Healthy Body Wellness Center 's (HBWC) Office of Grants Giveaway (OGG) to provide a risk assessment of the Small Hospital Grant Tracking System (SHGTS). Business Objectives The HBWC business objectives should be included in the Information Security Management System (ISMS) as this document will represent the organizations approach in designing, implementing, and auditing the company 's information system security objectives. In order for the ISMS to be applicable and appropriate to the organization, an examination of the business objectives of the company is required.
In nursing, it is important to understand client’s emotions in order to provide the needed health care. This will help clients to open up with one’s own health issues. In all health care system the health care professionals should put one’s self in client’s shoes. This will help the nurse-patient relationship to be more effective. This will enhance the clients to provide... ... middle of paper ... ...r, R., & Evans, K., & Nizette, D. (2009).
“A simpler definition, provided by Bart and Tabone (1998), describes a mission statement as a ‘written formal document that attempts to capture an organization’s major and enduring purpose and practices” (Forehand, 2000, pg. 268). HCO’s should make it their mission to make sure that their mission statement is true and they can show their patients the care that they will receive based on their mission statement. The mission statement of my primary care clinic is “To serve the patients of this community with cost effective care. WE will set out to help our patients, mind body, and souls.
This teaching allows the client and their family to recognize areas that need to be adapted into their hospital stay. This will help the client and their family members prevent a HAI while they are most vulnerable. The method of evaluation that will be used is a posttest. If learners are aware that a posttest needs to be completed, this requirement encourages them to pay attention to the information (Bastable, 2008, p. 495). In a 10... ... middle of paper ... ...t hand hygiene and the prevention of HAIs.
The article... ... middle of paper ... ...study of the communication impact on patients. It identifies the importance of clear concise communication to patients by physicians for improved outcomes. Evidence gathered from the sources support the thesis that effective communication between the physician and patient must include communicating in a clear simple manner, communicating with family members, communicating the plan of care, communicating results of tests and procedures performed and communicating findings, good or bad, in a manner appropriate for the situation. An ideal solution would be to implement communication education seminars for physicians. The curriculum development will keep the patient in mind.
It aims to promote the health promotion, to reach the general public to take care of their own health, prior they become patients. The Patient- centered care is a level of quality being attai... ... middle of paper ... ...e health system. Both the patient and the people centered care share several core values and guiding principles that are very similar to each other. According to the World Health Organization the basic values and principles are outlined as follows:- • Having and giving respect to both the human rights and dignity to both the patients using the service, and the health care professionals that are giving out and distributing the health care service. The central role in the health process will aid in the development of the economic growth towards the health sector.
Care is patient centered. The health care team should be equipped to provide care in the patients’ home. Good communication skills are essential to cover the diverse traditions, as required. Integrative care promotes palliative care with a good understanding of the patient’s cultural characteristics, to ensure effective culturally sensitive care for the patient. Some important Principles of Culturally Sensitive Care, include being knowledgeable about the client’s cultural values, being equipped with diverse communication styles, knowing the client’s preferences for decision making, as early as possible, as well as caring for the client’s ethnic or religious background, getting to know the community, its people, and its resources available for social support.
Training is beneficial when an organization wants to educate their personnel on the expectations, policies, and communication pathways that are available to them (Liane Ginsburg et al. 2005). However, after training hospital personnel should have continuous support to escalate safety issues in real time, leadership should be to visible support their engagement, and physicians are considered partners instead of barriers (Thun et al. 2010; S. J. Singer et al.
Human resource management (HRM) processes are crucial to the success of an acute care hospital facility. In this paper, I will give insight on how HRM processes have to align with the organizations goals and objectives in order to operate successfully. Hiring, training and benefits are a few of the major roles that human resources control in an organization. Therefore, it is important that human resource managers are abreast of all current policies and procedures. Examine a significant way that the Joint Commission has influenced the basic functions of HRM and predict the likely impact of the policies and procedures at the your acute hospital.
References Briles, J. Piotrowski, B. M. (2005). Tips on Improving Your Communication Skills. Biomedical Instrumentation &Technology, 39(1), 51-2. Retrieved February 2, 2012, from ProQuest Health and Medical Complete. (Document ID: 842559581).