Essays on Break-Out Clinic - Goals and Objectives for Attendees Case Study

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The paper 'Break-Out Clinic - Goals and Objectives for Attendees " is a good example of a management case study. This is a brief content outline for a break-out clinic to be held in a 2-day workshop at the Greater Metropolitan Hospital. The hospital’ s council has commissioned an expert consultant in health care management to design the break-out outline for the clinic that facilitates a discussion on the appropriate role of health care leadership in the relationships of patients to providers, patients to payers, and providers to payers. This workshop will target three types of audience constituting the representatives from for-profit, not-for-profit, and governmental health care organizations. Of special interest to the workshop will be the ethical considerations associated with determining the proper role of healthcare leadership in the creation and maintenance of healthy and cordial relationships between healthcare providers and their patients, between the providers and the payers and also between the payers and the patients.

Further, the workshop will attempt to achieve specific goals and objectives for each of the attendees in the information clinic. To facilitate a comprehensive coverage of the issues that concern each of the audiences, the information clinic will be structured in three forums, each catering for the type of attending audience.

As such the following are three outlines designed for the for-profit, the not-for-profit and the governmental health care organizations’ representatives. Outline for the For-Profit Organisations Overview Profit-based healthcare organisations have a unique role in the healthcare industry in which they have to juggle quality healthcare as a service to the community and making returns for their investment (Porter and Teisberg, 2006). In modern-day society, for-profit healthcare organizations have increased in both size and number.

While considering their mandate as helping patients to retain and promote optimal health, these organizations have to go further and consider the financial implications of their services (Herzling, 2006).

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