Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on The stakeholder relationships in this case, and why they matter. It needs to be at least 750 words.[Also] Any group or individual who can affect or
Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on The stakeholder relationships in this case, and why they matter. It needs to be at least 750 words.
[Also] Any group or individual who can affect or who is affected by achievement of a firms objectives.” The purpose of this paper is to identify the stakeholder relationships in this case and discuss why they matter.
The instructions identify five major stakeholder groups in this case, and these are CMC,
the Food and Drug Administration, hospitals, operators, and patients. Other groups or subgroups exist, including the public, medical physicists, doctors, engineers, salespeople, Atomic Energy Canada Limited’s managers, other government regulators, AECL, CGR, each medical facility, associations of operators, and CRPB. Now that stakeholders have been identified and further supporting documentation has been reviewed, it is easy to see that the control system on Therac-25 was not adequate for its purposes (ComputingCases, 2008).
This case tells the stories of six unfortunate patients who were injured or even faced death because of control failure in the Therac-25. They were Linda Knight, Donna Gartner, Janis Tilman, Isaac Dahl, Daniel McCarthy, and Anders Engman. They are the primary stakeholders that should be considered in this cased as they were either seriously injured or died as a direct result of the actions of some of the other stakeholders (Computing Cases, 2008).
The stakeholders who have a business interest in the company which manufactures the machine all hold a duty to the public. Each of the regulatory agencies, the manufacturer of the machine, and the hospital staff owe a duty to the patients. The hospitals in the scenario hold duties both to upholding the requirements of the regulatory agencies and to their employees and those they care for. The operators are responsible for stopping treatment when a patient has been injured, regardless of whether or not a monitor and camera are broken. Medical physicists, doctors, engineers, and salespeople all hold a duty to the public and the patients. Engineers and