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The airline like a healthcare setting has a duty to

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The airline like a healthcare setting has a duty to promise that it gives ongoing growth opportunities symbolic to both occupation and calmness to improve patient and client’s needs and experience. With both continuing to implement, or already implementing continued expansion in its technology measures and customer and patient experience through their services. For example, Southwest can transform from using more fuel-efficient airplanes to having automated procedures from ground (Marques, 2011). Aspects like Southwest and a healthcare setting with technology, comes many opportunities to increase profit through being good to your
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WEEK 4 DISCUSSION QUESTION 3 cliental with safe, affordable, friendly service through accessibility, value, and services that influence others through great customer experiences. Southwest strategic evaluation of the company shows that leadership takes off when proper research data to create attitudes that will speak to its policies. When developing several programs to provide a company with ways to do better than competitors systems leadership will take off. Southwest airlines listen to FAA requirements during its analysis on environmental impacts (Marques, 2011). When healthcare settings do the same, they will see similar results. Consider Exhibit 6-4, the Strategic Thinking Map. Find a healthcare organization, it can be a multi-hospital system, a standalone facility, a group practice or some other organization related to healthcare. St. Joseph Mercy Oakland is a 443-comprehensive leader in cardiology, critical care, women’s health, trauma orthopedics. Their mission is to serve in Spirit of the Gospel, be compassionate as they heal and transform others. St. Joe uses its core values to honor and dignify
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