HOSPITAL & CLINICS
The Role of Nurses and Medical Service Staffs in Healthcare Improvement
Nowadays, quality and performance improvement initiatives result in massive changes to the healthcare system as a whole. As Medical reform is stimulated over the next few years, we must expect massive changes taking place very soon. The purpose of these quality initiatives focuses on improving the patient care experience, improving the population’s health, and reducing healthcare costs as much as possible.
Nurses, Doctors and Allied Health Practitioners are at the heart of patient care and thus are vital stimulator of optimum healthcare improvement. Patient security remains one of the most essential issues that health care today keeps an eye on. The medical team is directly involved to intercept human errors and on the other hand, keep them safe & away from harm.
Nurses, Doctors & Allied Health Practitioners play a crucial role in improving the safety and quality of patient care-not only in the hospital or ambulatory treatment facility, but also with community-based care and the care performed at home.
Responsibilities in the area of quality and safety:
- Quality Improvement Specialists
- Quality Control Officer
- Patient Safety Officer
- Patient Experience Office
- Risk Manager
- Accreditation Nurse
- Member of the Quality Improvement Team
Expertise that Medical Team outshines in the area of optimum health care quality includes:
They have an indulgent knowledge of the rightful concept of patient-centered care and that the patient is the foundation of control and full partner in their health and healthcare.
- They have a full comprehension of how to use data to keep an eye on the results of care processes and quality improvement methods
- Design and test changes to continuously improve the quality and safety of health within your organization
- Realize the significance of teamwork and teamwork by developing open communication, mutual respect, and shared decision making to attain optimum healthcare.
- Acquire knowledge into the use of information and technology to converse, manage knowledge, mitigate errors, and prop up decision-making.