Committee member as a Clinical manager
A clinical manager is a type of medical and health services manager who work for doctors’ offices, long-term care facilities, clinics and outpatient facilities. Their duties include managing clinical clerical staff or an administrative officer thereby developing and implementing policies and directives; setting and monitoring budgets; attending meeting; handling communications; and making purchasing decisions.
Reasons to work for health committee as a clinical manager
Since a clinical manager is involved in managing almost all the workers in a hospital his first reason must be Ethics creation and implementation. When he is faced with ethical dilemma he will advise the committee on all the ethical theories to be applied which are mainly Utilitarianism, Deontological and Ethic of care. He also advises the committee how each health officers should have guiding principle which includes Autonomy, Nonmaleficence, Beneficence and justice. Other considerations may be quality to life, dignity, consent, capacity and Confidentiality ( Kohn, Corrigan, & Donaldson, 2000)
In implementing policies and directives a clinical manager is able to show the health care organization various way to easily create and implement policies how to get proper finance how to make fellow workers accept and work on them easily.
In setting and monitoring Budgets the clinical manager will offer the organization a wide view of ideas because of his experience and expertise in the area and also pulls them together for a shared decision making. The managers will also be able to advise the committee on how to properly conduct a meeting then give the information to other health workers on time and without delay, and also proper channels to purchase health products.