Ethics, Social Responsibility and Finances in Healthcare Organizations Overview Ethics and social responsibility have a definitive place in healthcare organizations. At the same time, profit-oriented organizations have business-related decisions which put added pressures on the financial decision making process. Yet, non-profit healthcare organizations may have their own set of strict standards, as in the case of organizations with religious affiliations, which dictate other financial decision making processes. In either case, healthcare organizations have a great deal of responsibility to strike fine balances between all these aforementioned factors. Considerations Financial Decision-Making Responsibilities Roman Catholic hospitals are at...The end:
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