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Running head: DEVELOP PLAN TO OVERCOME BARRIERS1Develop Plan to Overcome Barriers The University of Texas Arlington College of NursingMarch 2, 2019Dr. Judy LeFloreN5367 Evidence-Based Practice, PhD, RN, NNP-BC, CPNP-PC&AC, ANEF, FAANMarch 2, 2019
DEVELOP PLAN TO OVERCOME BARRIERS2Develop Plan to Overcome Barriers Emergency Department (ED) face significant challenges in delivering high quality and timely patient care on an ever-present background of increasing patient numbers and limited hospital resources. A confuse between patient interest and the ED's ability to convey care frequently prompts poor patient stream and departmental swarming (Jarvis, 2016). These are related with decrease in the nature of the consideration conveyed and poor patient results. It is essential to distinguish proof based techniques to lessen the measure of time patients spend in theED so as to improve quiet stream and decrease jamming in the ED. The utilization of Medical Doctor (Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant in ED) triage, rapid assessment, streaming and the co-area of a primary care clinician in the ED all were shown to improve patient flow. In addition, Patient flow and departmental crowding were improved by implementing new patterns of working and introducing new technologies such as point of care testing (POCT) in the ED (Kankaanpaa et al., 2016).