Determine at least three (3) different internal and external stakeholders that Dr. Do Right might have to deal with on a daily basis at the hospital.
First, "stakeholders" include persons or groups, who have a vested interest in the clinical and can vary as in patients, caregivers, clinicians, researchers, advocacy groups, professional societies, businesses, policymakers, or others. Each group has a unique and valuable perspective and can have something to gain or lose through the outcomes of a planning process, program and/or projects. However, the definition and various views of stakeholders can be complex and controversial because of the different views of people with a stake in good Healthcare. In this case, Dr. Do Right will encounter both internal and external stakeholders on a daily basis. Internal Stakeholders can be Directors of Public Health, Head of Health Intelligence and information, Director of Nursing, Public Health Management Analyst, as well as Public Health Managers, Trustees and Board Committee members, while External Stakeholders can be Local Authority/Council, Providers, Service Users, Customers, as well as Suppliers, Fund Raisers, school nurses and public health workforce (Friedman, 2006). It is important to understand that individuals and groups behave differently in different situations because the impact stakeholders can have on organizational policy, strategy, and project is dependent on their relationship to either the organization itself or the issues of concern, or both. The employee duty of loyalty in the medical industry requires the employee to act solely for the benefit of the employer in all matters related to his or her employment.
Compare and contrast potential conflicts of interest that may exist between the internal and external stakeholders.
Business ethics issues, conflicts, and successes revolve around relationships. Building effective relationships is considered one of the more important areas of business today. A business exists because of relationships between employees, customers, shareholders or investors, suppliers, and managers who develop strategies to attain success. However, there are conflicts that will exist between internal and external stakeholders because they all have a different vision of what they should do; as both groups have invested interest and have different goals of what they want out of the hospital. These internal stakeholders will do their best to protect