Mission And Goals Of Ohio Health

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In this assignment I will clearly state the mission, vision, values and stated goals of my organization Ohio Health. Examples will be provided to demonstrate my understanding of these items. In addition, the nursing mission and philosophy will be described. I will discuss my own role in meeting the mission and stated goals of my work unit. A connection between the nursing department, nursing unit, and Ohio Health’s mission and philosophy will be made. The structure of the nursing department in Ohio Health including whether it is a centralized or decentralized model will be explored. Lastly, two pros and two cons of Ohio Health’s nursing model will be listed.

Mission, Vision and Values, Stated Goals: Organization
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The mission is quality, service, financial, and work life. Hospitals are organized and their work is structured around a guiding philosophy. The philosophy serves as the institutional framework that shapes the direction of the acquisition of knowledge and skills and is the pivotal factor in the course of the long-term development of the institution (Huber, 2014, p. 426). The way I personally meet the vision and mission of my unit and Ohio Health as a whole is by providing good quality care to all of my patients, also by treating everyone with respect and dignity. The mission statement, core values, and vision are directly related to the philosophy of Ohio Health. The mission is met by the quality of healthcare that is provided. It is also met by the educational materials, classes, user-friendly internet chart access, not to mention other interventions that are provided for patients. An organizations mission, and philosophy should be aligned so that the patient is the center focus (Edwards, …show more content…
According to our text this model is a concentration of power for decision making that resides in functional divisions within the organization (Huber, 2014, p. 426). Institutions with decentralized decision making encourage and facilitate greater innovation, more input, and faster response times (Huber, 2014, p. 428). The structure of my unit is as follows there is the manager of the Medical Surgical Units, Unit Manager, Clinical Nurse Manager, Shared Governance, Charge Nurses, Unit Nurses, and PSA’s. Our unit is able to make decisions through the use of shared governance. An example is a new fall leaf system we came up with a way to alert staff of the patient’s fall status before they enter the room. The system is unit specific, it was voted on by shared governance, not to mention the patient benefits from the system. Two pros of this organizational model are that it builds team work, and improves patient care. Both follow the mission and vision. Two cons are multiple opinions, and problems getting everyone on the same page without creating

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