Have changing professional standards and codes of practice had a positive or negative influence on quality of care and organizational sustainability?

this are two different discussions for unit 3, and here is unit 4 discussions one and two. Professional standards and codes of practice change as technology, health care laws, and practice advance. Have changing professional standards and codes of practice had a positive or negative influence on quality of care and organizational sustainability? Support your position. here is unit 4 discussion 2. Over the last few weeks, you have have encountered several ideas that concern health care leaders through your study of professionalism, governance, and self regulation; the role of professional boards; and the influence of credentialing and licensing. Reflecting on these ideas, how will you as a health care leader navigate the fluid nature of these ideas and the resulting ever-changing health care standards, guidelines, and codes of practice? Support your answer with relevant research. What other valuable lessons or challenging concepts have you encountered in this course to date? What strategies have you employed to process these lessons or concepts? Explain. Land, D., Davis, J., Watson, M., McNicholas, F., & Bowman, S. (2019). Components of an Effective Outpatient Coding Compliance Policy Program. Journal of AHIMA, 90(1), 38–47. Harris, P. (2018). Reaching Peak Professionalism. Community Practitioner, 91(2), 27–30. STYMIEST, D. L. (2016). Hot topics in codes and standards. Health Facilities Management, 29(1), 38–40. Latham, S. R. (2015). Professionalization of Clinical Ethics Consultation: Defining (Down) the Code. American Journal of Bioethics, 15(5), 54–56. Pérez, P. F., & Martin, M. A. (2014). Proposal for a Code of Ethics for Intercultural Mediators in Healthcare. Ramon Llull Journal of Applied Ethics, 5, 179–203. RAKATANSKY, H. (2017). The Core of Medical Ethics. Rhode Island Medical Journal, 100(8), 10–11.