The mid-term goals are concerned with the reduction of cost due to proper communication of hand-off and technology realm by reducing the occurrence of errors, increase patient safety. Patient safety in the hands of the healthcare giver should be done by establishing training programs and Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) initiatives. Also, it would be essential to improve the scoring on annual Healthcare Centers Reviews through consulting a joint commission survey to understand the progress of the cultural practice and observation of patient safety, which in turn reduces the risk ( Welcher et al., 2018).. The goals are necessary as they help to keep up with a well-designed strategic plan aligned with achieving the long-term goals. Hence, it should be accomplished and instilled into practice after two months, implying between the sixth and eighth months. Lastly, the long-term goals are designed to completely change the initial governance in social culture and start to observe the safety of patients before administering the treatment or medication or surgery to be curtained. The change in the practice is to ensure the medical error has an overall improvement in the care quality of medication, prevention of falls, minimize or eradicate adverse medical mistakes, to raise the entire patient’s safety and confidence (Sutcliffe, 2017). Also, it will improve the effectiveness of communication plan the patients’ care demands along with establishing confidentiality between the various department and the rest of the staff towards mitigation and eradication of unnecessary errors that lead to loss of resources. The latter is the end goal of implementing the plan. However, it might not be the end as the organization might strive to provide the best of its efforts toward minimizing risk to patients, using additional
HEALTHCARE ISSUE 12 resources that might have been prevented. Instead of offering a refreshment course on key core competence might emphasize care and caution when dealing with the patients. Furthermore, care tends to be safe, patient-centered, accessible, and comprehensive and coordinated, which complies with the legislation and regulation standards. These objectives are outlined to fight against the issue of error heads on to compel the organizational goals. The processes such as observation are suitable to assist the administration and the management to determine the occurrence of errors along with considering the traditional methods to identify as well as prevent sources of the medical mistakes by analyzing the root cause that at sometimes might be oriented towards the person who made the error instead of looking the possibility of faultiness in apparatus or system. The dynamic surveillances of the healthcare workers concerning the system are required to be in the front line to understand the areas where the medical error might emerge and prevent it before it is too late. It can be done through evaluating the process through assessing the context of error, reconnaissance gathering, stakeholder
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