Stage 2 moving stage the need for change will be clarified by the changing

Stage 2 moving stage the need for change will be

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Stage 2, moving stage, the need for change will be clarified by the changing agent. The agent will define goals and objectives, explore alternatives, plan the change, and implement the plan of change (Chery & Jacob, 2017, p.311). In this stage, the change agent in this scenario will provide educational material about the discussed and proposed change plan. Each staff will be informed by the preferred change agent method and understanding will be reassured and measured. Deadline will be
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C489 Task 2 9 implemented for education in this changes for sooner acceptance and prompt compliance. At this stage some resistance might be met, so it is important to ask for suggestions and feedback from the involved staff for modifications if necessary. Stage 3, refreezing state, the changes are integrated by the change agent and it is recognized by the staff and organization. Without completion of this stage, staff may drift into old behaviors and not applying the changes. It is necessary to involve multiple disciplinary leaders to reinforce this changes (Chery & Jacob, 2017, p.311). In this stage in the given scenario, the change agent can review compliance to the change by reviewing documentation or assessing staff knowledge on the implementation of the procedure according to the change by a questionnaire. It is crucial that this stage is continued until staff understand it as a permanent part of the hospital’s policy. C. FMEA Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a structured, driven method for assessing a procedure to recognize where and how it might not succeed and to asses the comparative collision to different failures, in order to recognize the parts of the procedure that are most in demand of change (The Institute for Healthcare Improvement, 2004). C1. FMEA Process Step 1: In this step you would want to select a process to evaluate FMEA (The Institute for Healthcare Improvement, 2004). In this step it is better if you choose a simple task that doesn’t have many parts tied into it. Instead of analyzing a whole process, try doing an FMEA on single tasks or variants.
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C489 Task 2 10 Step 2: You will want to recruit a multidisciplinary team (The Institute for Healthcare Improvement, 2004). It is important to included everyone who could be associated with this process at any point. Some staff may not be needed throughout the whole analysis, but they must be included in the discussion of those task that they are part of. Step 3: The team should meet together to list all the steps in the process (The Institute for Healthcare Improvement, 2004). The team will convene and number every step of the process and provide details as possible. It could take several meetings to accomplish this step of the FMEA, based on the complexity of the process. Flowchart could be a helpful tool and make sure to get agreement from the participants. Step 4: The team should number failure modes and causes (The Institute for Healthcare Improvement, 2004). The team should list all possible failure modes in each step of the process, anything that could go wrong incorporating minor and rare problems.
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  • Nursing, TASK 2, Wgu, Failure mode and effects analysis, Institute for Healthcare Improvement, C489, Mr. B BP

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