The book of Genesis explains to us where God brought order where none existed. Efficient planning in health care is essential when establishing the proper flexible volume, workload, revenue, departmental plans, labor, and commentary. When we plan, we are unconstrained to further God’s work in health care. Many factors that need to be prepared out include an accident, medical event, trauma, natural disaster or an act of violence. With proper training and planning for emergencies, the risk of an adverse outcome can be potentially prevented when God gave detailed instructions to Noah to build the ark. He was faithful enough to carry out to plan. He finished the ark exactly as God ordered him to, so the ark was able to withstand the rain and floods. Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and he will establish your plans. Proverbs 16:3. A mistake we make is the failure to follow in the Lord’s steps. We may feel as though we are wasting time on unexpected events, but strategic planning is essential.
Planning for every potential scenario is unlikely. Following a well-planned protocol will help medical providers and other staff members appropriately respond to medical emergencies. Specific responsibilities should be based on job description and purpose of the individual. Organizations are constantly changing. There is a constant need for monitoring and correcting.
Christian administrators should analyze the budget to make sure the needs of patients are covered. We should anticipate future expenses. It provides a rounded outlook in short and long-term to support last minute decisions. Believers should plan their finances so that they can meet the needs of others. Galatians 2:10 tells us to “remember the poor.”
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