Case Analysis

You are CEO of Mercy Hospital. Recently, a community patient satisfaction survey was sent to Mercy’s patients asking about their ideal hospital setting. Many patients wrote that they wanted a balance of physical, emotional, and spiritual attention as part of their care.

You have been working closely with a physician leadership team and a community advisory board to develop an outpatient center that incorporates integrative healing therapies and a broad array of medical services to meet the needs of the community.

  • How will you ensure that your outpatient center has the three desired components: compassionate care, patient-centered care, and a healing environment?
  • What types of programs and services will you provide in your plan in response to the patient satisfaction survey?

This assignment should require 2 – 4 pages of text (including cover and reference pages). References must be taken from the class, or UMUC online library

*** Double spaced and be 2-4 pages in 12 point New Times Roman font***

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Case Analysis

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Case Analysis:

The tragic death of Lewis Blackman can be understood in the context of errors in decision making. Write a three-page case analysis, focusing on the list of prompts below. An important part of your response should include an analysis of the situation and a thorough identification of issues/actions described in the case that may be problematic.

Focus the analysis on the following:

  • What actions were taken in the case?
  • Were these actions the most appropriate and why?
  • Were there any consequences of the taken actions?
  • Was anything omitted or not considered?
  • Were actions/procedures in line with existing codes of practice, policy or theories in global health?