The creation of different organizations among health care institutions has become a norm for most hospital units. For the longest time, associations have become an integral part of hospitals to attain the stability function of their respective staff that provides health services.
Sometimes, it is perceived that keeping an organization unit can serve to become the most effective way to help the people understand how health care facilities can help them.
Having a Physician-Hospital Organization readily makes it possible to share different information about the current trends in medical care. Because of these groupings and affiliations, many doctors and health care providers such as nurses and caregivers have become more and more efficient in rendering their quality of service to the patients.
Moreover, since most of these organizations are tied up with the network of hospitals, the creation of information decisions can be applied to the procedures held within the hospital premises.
In terms of financial benefits, the hospitals seem to benefit more in running an affiliated Physician-Hospital Organization. Because of the complete possibility of acquiring all the specialization segments of healing and curing, patients will impart greater confidence to avail of their services.
Hospitals can have optimum exposure for their services which may increase its ability to sustain profit growth in the aspect of business considerations.
However, there are some cases in which hospitals tend to spend more in becoming hosts to specific organizations (Lee, 1999). This can somehow be eliminated or reduced if there is a good consultation of finances between the expenses of the organization and the overall earnings of a hospital unit.
Lee, K. 1999. The effects of managed care organizations on hospitals: productivity and efficiency. Gateway. Retrieved November 30, 2007 from http://gateway.nlm.nih.gov/MeetingAbstracts/102194382.html.