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RUNNING HEAD: Ethical Analysis1Ethical AnalysisAshley SmithAugust 29, 2016HCS 525Ethical AnalysisThe growth of hospital systems often suffer from the image of transparency within the field and it is up to administration to acknowledge the issues before they consume that purpose and mission of this field. Many individuals that actual work in this profession tend to have the mentality that the healthcare field has a leash on transparency and the outside world (community)are confused by the healthcare’s actions. When the organization tells patients and their families about a disease and then turns around and tells them that the organization control who he or she sees then it can get again, a bit confusing. What is Transparency in Healthcare?Transparency in the healthcare domain contains a number of elements to include hospital mortality rates, adherence to evidence-based practice along with patient satisfaction according to Audet, Raju, Jacobs, Schick, & Aviles (2008). A lot of organizations tend to have connections of transparency and quality hence why coordination of care works best for the healthcare
Ethical Analysis2organization. Many fatalities include a connection between transparency and quality; therefore, coordination of care through continuums of care works best. When one talks about transparency within the healthcare system, one tends to look deeperthan just on the surface level. What these individuals are looking are componets or characteritics that give positive direction for positive results that will be beneiftical to the organization. Being transparent includes more than a patient’s view of the organization as a whole. How well a physician equips a patient with the NESsecerary toold for their well being and provide the best quality of careHealthcare consumers and clinical staff seek involves more than looking into an organization with a microscopic eye. Healthcare consumers and professionals looks for particular elements that provide a positive direction for beneficial results. Transparency involves more than a patient's perception of a hospital or staff. It also contains the provider's desire to supply the patient with all necessary data to receive the best quality care possible. It is the providers obligation to provide accurate data. The person providing the data must stand by institutional standards (Audet, Raju, Jacobs, Schick, & Aviles, 2008). Implications of Transparency in HealthcareWho should know and understand a hospital systems affiliations? Who else than the consumer? The consumer needs to understand how a hospital system works, orientation with the physicians and other member organizations. The hospital does not share this particular information on their business website, social media advertisement or other sources. The hospital uses various approaches with their consumers to determine how their facility, staff and services stand with a similar organization of the same size.