C3 Methods to Evaluate Effectiveness The best way to evaluate the teams success

C3 methods to evaluate effectiveness the best way to

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C3. Methods to Evaluate Effectiveness The best way to evaluate the team’s success is through surveys. Patients and their families would be given surveys at the end of their visits to determine whether they felt they were included in the patients care. They could look at the surveys before and after implementation if the change. Encompass could also look at safety issues before and after the plan to see if they reduced the number of falls, ulcers, and other injuries to the patients.
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Organizational Leadership C158 D. Multidisciplinary Team The members of the team would be made of patients, family members, nurses, support staff, clinicians, administrators, case managers, and the CEO. Their goal would be to make the changes needed and ensure the new policy is clear and easy to understand. The patients and families would offer insight into how they feel about the care the patient is receiving and how to improve that. The nurse would be charged with making sure the support staff is adhering to the policy change and that education is provided to new patients about it. The support staff would encourage family participation along with the nurses. The clinicians would add insight and provide ideas regarding patient safety and quality improvement. The administration staff would guide the policy making. Case managers would inform family members of the changes and invite them to participate in the group and the CEO would decide how the information is presented to the public and enforced throughout the facility. D1. Cultural Diversity of Team Staff, patients, and family members from different ethnic backgrounds, socioeconomic classes and religions should be used on the team to promote patient centered care. It helps providers learn relevant attitudes, values, beliefs, and behaviors of certain cultural groups. Having a diverse group can aide in this learning and understanding of patient’s individual needs. In addition, people from different religions or ethnic backgrounds can give insight to the team in a way that not everyone else can. They can help the team understand certain beliefs that people in their culture hold and how to assist the patient in the best way while respecting these beliefs. Culturally competent care could not be achieved without a diverse staff because the first-hand experience of working with someone from a different culture can enrich a person’s learning more than any number of books. When developing the team, the CEO should select a varied team to
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Organizational Leadership C158 ensure that all patients can be represented as best as possible, so that the team is culturally competent. D2. Leadership Theories Transformation leadership doesn’t just go with what is already in place, instead they move forward to create change for the greater good.[Sul12] The best way to form this team is with the Transformational Leadership Theory. Merging motives and establishing a common goal between the leaders and the followers of the team is essential for success in this plan of change.
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