In close association with the provided case study, it can be said that the health care organization requires immediate amendment of certain hospital bylaws. In this regard, amending the bylaw concerning physicians costing to incorporate patient feedback can be beneficial for the organization (Black, 2013). This would help in the maintenance of a transparency in terms of communication flow between the patients and the physician. It would also serve as an effective evaluation of the service quality provided to the patients at such a higher price. The rationale behind the amendment of this bylaw would facilitate critical scrutiny of the medical intervention provided to the patients. It would also help in the effective analysis of incidences of medical resource wastage for devising unnecessary medical interventions in order to acquire profit.
The second amendment would deal with the identification of able physicians who have generated positive patient outcomes. For this process the episodes of medical error and patient documentation would be critically considered. Following this, the physicians who have not contributed positively in the growth and development of the organization would be identified. A review committee would then be set up that would comprise of the hospital unit clerk and the administrative board who would analyse the justification presented by the identified faulty physicians. Depending upon the quality of performance the suspension of the physicians would also be considered. Further a skill enhancement training workshop would be organized in-house that would facilitate upgrading the present skills of the health professionals and also expose them to the latest advancement in the field of medical technology (Reeves et al., 2013). It can be thus be expected that these amendments would help Marcus Welby Hospital to attain positive patient outcome.
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Reeves, S., Perrier, L., Goldman, J., Freeth, D., & Zwarenstein, M. (2013). Interprofessional education: Effects on professional practice and healthcare outcomes. Cochrane Database of systematic reviews, (3).