who can be from within or outside the organization, which eventually assists in effectivelycontrolling the overall function of the organization. It's a very crucial and significant governingbody and senior leader's works together, which evidently can facilitate the attainment of businessgoals and objectives (Jha & Epstein, 2010).Conclusion In the setting of a healthcare organization, the board of governance is entitled to appointthe chief executive officer who is given the responsibility of overlooking the wholeorganizations' operations. They are different from organizational managers who are leaders thatcontrol service providers like doctors, or physicians and other independent practitioners licensedto offer services in the organization. But all these groups can eventually facilitate to contributetowards effective leadership in the organization. There are no specific models that healthcareorganizations follow on governance or leadership, but they define their own to achieve theirgoals and objectives. However, the element of leadership and governance is still evolving ashealthcare organizations are trying to navigate a way of having an effective governance andleadership system.
Leadership and Governance in Healthcare OrganizationReferencesJha, A., & Epstein, A. (2010). Hospital governance and the quality of care. Health Affairs, 29(1), 182-187.Lewis, M., & Pettersson, G. (2009). Governance in health care delivery: raising performance. The World Bank. Popescu, G. H., & Predescu, V. (2016). The role of leadership in public health. American Journal of Medical Research, 3(1), 273.
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