Implementation of Performance Initiative
Performance improvement for onset diabetic patients at the valley diabetes center has been initiated in quite a time. This aims at how to improve the patients and what methods to take forward to improve them. The implementation with regard to financial sources has been crucial when it comes to a small care center having higher visions and perspectives (Ahrens & Ferry, 2015). Such type of improvement plans requires a restricted financial source which helps in improving the patients. Initiatives taken in this regard can include, a focus group, which basically does not require a large amount of money. While, for improvements, medical machines need to be bought, in order to better analyze the patient and improve him/her. For example, if there is $5000 money on hand, such types of machines can be bought which can make a patient improve. It can also help better analyze the medical improvements in a patient. Insurance schemes and training of the nursing staff also need to be funded for improvement purposes.
Information management systems also play an important role in any field of work. It helps the staff of a company to focus on a mutual objective and produce results. It is essential for any field, to have an information system, which helps in a better understanding of the objectives and roles (Pearlson, Saunders & Galletta, 2016). This topic in the field of nursing and hospital care refers to the roles assigned to the staff of the center. Valley diabetes center also focuses on such approaches, in order to assign tasks that are clearly understood by the people. It is an important step towards any goal. Roles of nursing staff, tasks for the doctors, administrative staff, and others are aligned and somewhere, they are mutually collapsing to take the process through. Getting a better idea of what everyone has to do in a healthcare environment, supplements the positive care of a patient.
Every organization follows specific objectives, in order to achieve the desired result. These objectives and processes are then divided into divisions, that everyone has to follow. Critically, this plays a vital role in the success of any organization. The initial step is to make the objectives, that what is to be achieved (Zhang, Huai & Xie, 2015). Valley diabetic center is focused on a way, where the physicians, nursing staff, and nursing teachers are functioning together. This becomes the objective, that the valley center is trying to achieve. Then, the activities of each individual are assigned. Physicians need to attend to patients during the time they are in the health center. Nursing staff needs to attend to the patients in a comfortable way. The educators need to suggest to the patients, how they can improve themselves. Then, these duties are further categorized in terms of departments, locations, functions, and units. Every person in the health care center is assigned individual duties to follow and maintain. Then, the higher management assigns access/authority to the specific person. The chain of command in valley clinic can be from the senior physician to the cleaner of the clinic. By following this method, the success of improving patients can have a huge effect.
Forms of communication which is going to be followed by the valley diabetic center staff can include; phone calls, medical records, face-to-face conversations, and computer-generated records (Zhang, Huai & Xie, 2015). Lack of communication usually does not have a good impact on the process which is being followed. Taking up a patient record can be done by the system-generated data in a computer, and can be accessed easily. Booking appointments over the phone can be done, when a patient wants to visit a practitioner. Email responses to patients are also an inter-organization effort. Inter-communication of employees is necessary in Valley diabetic center, in order to attend to and solve the problems of their patients effectively.
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