Medical care requires placing a greater importance on the quality of the care given to the patients. The professionalism culture in healthcare settings is prudent in improving the quality of health services, creating confidence among the public, and mitigate the health hazards in society. At the CMC-Pineville, the culture of professionalism is an important requirement that the CEO has worked hard to develop and maintain in the health professionals at the facility. This has made it possible to ensure that the CEO can manage the process for reporting, assessing, and managing the concerns of both workers and the patients in equal measures. the professionalism culture has also played a critical role in creating the public confidence in Carolinas Healthcare System. In addition, the professionalism culture has enabled the hospital to attract skilled and knowledgeable professionals in different fields of healthcare system, thus improving the quality of healthcare system at the facility.
Employee satisfaction is key to the delivery of services to the employers. More often than not, professionalism at work place create an environment that is conducive for discharging the professional duties, which in term contribute to the satisfaction of the employees. In the essence, when the employees are afforded the opportunity to freely discharge their duties, they feel contented, honored and recognized as professionals in that field. Accordingly, the satisfaction of the employees is an indicator that they working under a professional organizational culture. Professional organizational culture recognizes the contributions and importance of every employee in their areas of specialties. In this way, employees take up responsibilities for their actions,
If I had to create an oath similar to that of CMC-Pineville physician oath, in would include;
Focus on the specific health needs of each client that steps into the organization.
Uphold the integrity of their professionalism, the dignity of the patients, and focus on the missions and visions of the organization.
The lessons that the case study for a long term care facility and other stakeholders is that professionalism culture are important for the achievement of the goals visions of the organization. Giving the physicians the opportunity to practice their professionalism in line with the visions of the organization is key to the success of the organization.