Healthcare is a complicated system that includes unique economic processes, regulatory requirements, and quality indicators that are not found in traditional business settings.
Healthcare is a complicated system that includes unique economic
Firstly, Healthcare is a complicated system that includes unique economic processes, regulatory requirements, and quality indicators that are not found in traditional business settings. Therefore, developing unique skill sets relating to organizational leadership and interprofessional team development is essential for leaders. Also, Leaders within the healthcare industry at any level. As the complexity within the healthcare industry increases. Additionally, It is important to understand the comprehensive approach to patient care management across the continuum. Moreover, How the concepts of organizational leadership and team development support leaders in creating a patient-centric environment.
The purpose of this assessment is to provide a framework through which you can experience. Further, understand the unique leadership concepts within healthcare. Additionally, understand the implications of business and regulatory requirements in providing patient-centered care. You will also use a system theory or a change theory, self-assessment tools, and team development concepts to design a strategy to increase patient-centered care. Using leadership concepts and theories, you will ensure a sustainable model of healthcare delivery throughout the changing healthcare system. This considers future trends, evidence based practice, and regulatory expansion.
For this assessment, you will use the attached “Patient-and Family-Centered Care Organizational Self-Assessment Tool,” . Use this to analyze how patient- and family-centered the healthcare setting is. This form will guide you in evaluating this healthcare setting for strengths and weaknesses in patient-centered care attributes. Based on your analysis, you will create a strategy to improve patient-family-centered care.
Institute for Healthcare Improvement (in collaboration with the National Institute for Children’s Health Quality and the Institute for Patient- and Family-Centered Care)
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.