Running head: EFFECTIVE WORKPLACE CULTURE FRAMEWORKEffective Workplace Culture FrameworkStudent’s NameInstitutional AffiliationsDate
2EFFECTIVE WORKPLACE CULTURE FRAMEWORKEffective Workplace Culture FrameworkIntroductionHealthcare professionals are held to specific ethical standards to ensure all patients aretreated with the same dignity and respect they deserve. The care outcome include dimensions offunctional status, clinical end points, general wellbeing, and care satisfaction, all which arecomponents of an effective workplace culture. Through the developed paradigm for effectiveworkplace culture framework for healthcare providers, checking the medical care modeloutcomes can be effective. The assessment includes disease linked medical endpoints assessedby medical attendants and functional status of the infrastructure, wellbeing of employees andpatients, and communities. According to Trinchero, Farr-Wharton and Brunetto (2017), theoutcomes of an effective workplace culture framework provide the employees of healthcareinstitutions with relevant data to make necessary assessment in the facility and do continuousimprovements to enhance patient satisfaction.There are many dimensions in the processing care; the most significant are administrativearrangements, timeliness, providers’ technical skills, accuracy and extent of medical care, andcommunication. Findings from studies during medical operations have higher satisfaction levelin the providers’ technical skills, accuracy, and extent of medical care if the operation wassuccessful. However even a narrower assessment of technical quality is difficult for patients toevaluate(North, Crane, Ebbert & Tulledge-Scheitel, 2018). Processing of information duringcare is very important and is related to the amount and the clarity of information given by themedical practitioner.
3EFFECTIVE WORKPLACE CULTURE FRAMEWORKEffective workplace culture as a critical factor in patient safetyOrganizational culture, structure and the management styles are top factors affecting thework performance of personnel in the industry. The increased expectations required by clientsfrom their service providers as well as global economic competition steers organizations to hitefficient and quality levels amidst the dynamics in the world of business. For this reason,organizations embark on simplifying their operations so as to integrate the business practices.Organizational factors in healthcare influence the behavior of workers and in turn, theirperformance affects quality and safety standards. Leadership is a significant pillar for effectivesafety management in every hierarchical management position, be it team leads, middle or topmanagement of the organization. According to Thorp et al. (2012), organizations are increasinglyshowing interest in how to embrace particular leadership styles shown by managers to maximizeproductivity while ensuring safety outcomes. Whichever the management style applied, a
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