Structure of the organization
The structure and organization of the healthcare system in an organization is designed on the basis of public versus private continuum, in terms of financing and delivery of healthcare services. This is due to the strong ethic of social responsibility that is embodied within the organization to promote and maintain health of its employees.
The structure exhibits various strengths and weaknesses in the delivery of healthcare. One major advantage of this structure is that; it allows the banding together of healthcare providers, which results in reduced medical expenses to the employees. Its main weakness is that the primary care physicians often forgo necessary testing until the condition is out of control. They often prescribe over the counter medications for conditions that would respond better to prescription medicine (Wendy, 1997).
The implementation of an information management system by the organization on a world-wide scale was to empower individuals and communities, with timely and understandable healthcare related information. Also, drive improvements in qualities of services. It also allows for the detection and control of emergent chronic and endemic health problems. The organization has employed an intelligent system of credentialing and certification process, which require an employee to fill out a form. The form asks for information, which is then verified by the organization.
The key user of the electronic health system are the doctors who keep the medical records of the patients, nurses maintain the historical records of the patients in the institution. Rationalization of the patient database and the information system was created through the computerization of all patient data plus integration of all patient-specific interventions across the departments as part of system requirements (Kenneth & Laudon, 2011).
A number of measures can be taken to improve the organizations’ healthcare system delivery, for instance, the organization can upgrade its technological database to allow for easier access of employees information. This will facilitate for proper service delivery in the healthcare program. Similarly, the organization can also create awareness among its employees. This raises awareness on the importance of the healthcare system being provided by the organization (James & George, 2011).