Understanding the responsibility and concerns of healthcare

Understanding the responsibility and concerns of healthcare is importantin creating policies that leadership can use to streamline success. Ifstrategic leadership is not realized over time,  healthcareorganizations’ political influences may face challenges and createpublic disinterestedness in health policies.  These issues createrestrictions  on the healthcare organization’s ability to meet itsfinancial budget, gain community’s trust and involvement, and secure political influence(s). This negatively impacts the overall performanceof the healthcare organization. The ideas of process innovation, risktaking, health building analysis, and governance greatly impacts“sense-making” for those being led. These ideas bring understanding tothe role of governance in the organization. Review the case study“Australian Surgery Indicator Makes the Front Page” in Chapter 15 ofyour textbook and discuss the following questions in a minimum of 250words:After your review, do the conclusions you draw from the case justify the headline? Why or why not?   Discuss the indications found in Table 15-1 and their effect on the health care organizations efficiency in elective surgery.Evaluate the avoidable rate of canceled surgeries and develop an implementation plan to overcome the concerns.Develop a mini policy to address the issues between the doctors and the organization.This is the book: Health Policy Analysis: An Interdisciplinary ApproachAuthor: Curtis P. McLaughlin, MJ, Craig D. McLaughlinISBN-13: 9781284037777ISBN: 1284037770Edition: 2Pub Date: 2014Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning