Why is understanding the health care system at the local level important to consider when planning an EBP implementation? Conduct research and solicit anecdotal evidence from your course mentor that you will take into consideration for your own change project. When planning an evidence-based practice project one must consider the health care system where they would want to implement those changes. For example, what kind of resources will be available at this site? Is the health care system ready to implement changes? What barriers its implementation may exist? All aspects must be fully considered to ensure the effectiveness of implementation. Looking within the local level can help to identify needs that may benefit the patients the healthcare system supports. Evidence Based Practice can address problems identified to the local health care system and will use current data and expertise why also looking at the patients values and preferences for the community it serves (Bardsley, Eich, Esche, Kropkowski, McLaughlin, Risch & Warren, 2016).
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