Maintaining the Loyalty of Stakeholders
To maintain political, governmental, staff, and patient loyalty, the healthcare organization must provide a sense of organizational stability and view of the legislative landscape. You have researched and investigated the need to align both public opinion with staff trust. The political landscape is the basis for healthcare policy, guidance, state, local, and community support (both fiscal and legal) engaging in political trade-offs to stabilize the healthcare industry (such as in the cost, pharmaceuticals, insurance premiums, and organizational ROI in the healthcare industry). Healthcare organizations must provide the necessary guidance and advocacy for stakeholders in the setting of both state and federal legislature as a voice of reason, authority, and integrity. Provide information on the following:
Research a policy associated with the Affordable Care Act in Georgia that may affect healthcare reform and/or the way health care is provided in the chosen state.
Describe the policy and who wrote and/or promoted the policy legislature (provide statistical data).
What are the trade-offs (the impacts of the current status quo, and some possibilities for responding to them) offered to bring balance to the healthcare stakeholders?
What role has public perception and disinterestedness ( the concept of lack of bias and freedom from special interests, the ability to set aside one’s own interests and to seek the best possible outcome for others) played in the valuation of healthcare performance?
Describe how process innovation, risk-taking, health policy analysis, and governance “sense-making” provide balance for stakeholders.
Must be four to six double-spaced pages in length (not including title and reference pages) and formatted according to APA style.
Must use at least four scholarly sources in APA style.