Universal Human Care Hospital: Corporate Governance and Ethical Responsibility

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Corporate Governance and Ethical Responsibility Research Paper Introduction Dr. DoRight has recently been hired as the President of the "Universal Human Care Hospital", where he oversees all departments with over 5,000 employees and over 20,000 patients at the medical facility. Dr. DoRight discovers that some patients within the hospital have been dying as a result of a variety of illegal procedures by doctors and nurses, and negligent supervision and oversight on their part. After two years, there have been no results from the investigation and some patients are still passing away due to the negligent activities. In this research paper I will discuss what Dr. DoRight, of Universal Human Care Hospital will do when he discovers that patients within the hospital have been dying as a result of a variety of illegal procedures by doctors and nurses and negligent supervision and oversight on their part. Stakeholders and Conflicts of Interest The Universal Human Care Hospital has several sets of both internal and external stakeholders that must be considered. The internal stakeholders would include people with titles such as the patient representatives, the nursing staff, different levels of management, doctors, administrative professionals and even the legal team. Furthermore, Dr. DoRight will have to deal with the Chief Nursing Officer, Chief Medical Officer, Medical Staff and Board of Directors on a daily basis. There are also many external stakeholders that could
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