The non financial impacts of centralize training and

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The non-financial impacts of centralize training and development within the new department of organizational development would be better understanding of the health system’s goals and objectives. It would also change the attitude of employees at Lincoln Hospital and Riverview hospital. The financial impacts would be a new department opening which causes more job spots needed to be filled and more people needing to be paid. The non-financial impacts associated with centralized training and development with the creation of a new structure, corporate university, and housed with the new department of organizational development would be the possibility of losing former employees and patients with the ideas and strategies with the new department and corporate university. The cost to create a corporate university is one financial impact this alternative would face. Losing patients would also hurt the revenue associated with the health system because they have instilled their trust so much in the community hospitals. Maintaining decentralized training but centralizing the development of functions within the existing department of human resources would help improve the “systemness” within the system by taking away the power of the community hospitals and making sure they act as part of the health system. However, it might cause the hospitals to detach from the health system and function as a community hospital under their own terms which can cause a loss of revenue to the health system because of how many people each hospital serves.
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Cope 5 Improving Organizational Development in Health Services Outsource training and development to third party vendors would ensure that employees and patients have good health insurance. It would ensure that the health system has advanced and up to date medical equipment. It would also improve marketing strategies for the health system, and data-management companies would be able to improve their techniques as well. All of these
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