Ethics of Red Cross

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HEALTH CARE ETHICS AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Michael B. Boone Code of Ethics A Look at the American Red Cross Date: January 25, 2015 The American Red Cross has been known to be one of the most humanitarian organizations in the United States and throughout the world aiding and helping in different series of generous contributions in many disaster areas as well as bringing health care advancement to communities in the Unites States and in the world that need help in development (Dulles, 2014). For an organization it is important to make sure that their values and organizational ethics are reflected in what they do and how they do within the organization as well as the community. In order to speak about ethics it is important…show more content…
As the Red Cross continues to grow and the develop of technology the organizations has a social responsibility to obtain and maintain it volunteers as well as the people that assist with donation involve in the development and changes in the organization An organization has a social responsibility in the community to provide good service and morally adequate support to their community. The Red Cross is an organization that globally takes blood donations to better others in need of this service. They have a social responsibility to provide a pleasing environment to their clients and to uphold their ethical policies and standards; this is one of much way the organization maintains the community evolves and also aids the community back. The culture of an organization plays a major role when it becomes time for an organization to make changes or take any decisions; this is also one of the things that the American Red Cross faces on a constant basis. The effectiveness and efficiency by which an organization makes decisions may make the variance between accomplishment and failure. An organization culture plays a major role in the ethical decision making of the organization. When we are taking of about a small business entering the medical field the organization will focus more on the profit that the business should be making and in turn the
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