The age of the patients is a factor to be considered The young make up 75 of

The age of the patients is a factor to be considered

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. The age of the patients is a factor to be considered. The young make up 75% of the patients received. Older people are fewer and take up a smaller percentage of about 10%, given that most stay in homes for the elderly. The old are kept in a more serene part of the facility for their various medications since it is in such environments that their bodies best react to the treatment and recuperation. In the care and support facility, the population served mainly comprise of patients. Here they are sufficiently advised on how to best care for babies and, as well as taking care of themselves. Patients from theatres are kept in this facility as the anesthesia wears off. The doctors and surgeons also come here to see how such patients are taking to the whole process and if they are fit for readmission or need further treatment. Generally, any patient from treatment needs to visit the care and support facility for further guidance. Strengths of the Organization Table 1 Domain Strength Weakness Leadership/Operations Hands-on leaders Hands off leaders Mission, Vision, Values Include patients Does not include patients Advisors Available or patients Not available for patients Quality Improvement Management is self-driven Management unbothered
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ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND INTERPROFESSIONAL TEAM DEVELOPMENT 9 Personnel Motivated and ambitious Not supportive and lazy Environment & Design Support organization facilities Not conducive Information/Education Free flow of information Information is discrete Diversity & Disparities Variety of services offered Basic services offered Charting & Documentation Electronically done Uses files and papers Care Support Facility provided Not available Care Patients treated well Ignoring patients The organization can proudly celebrate itself for the integration of the caregivers and patients’ families. This way, the organization can very easily attract more clients as its reputation would be remarkable. The policies set by the organization are readily acceptable to the clients, as well as the employees of the organization in wholesome. The mission, vision, and values of the organization offer exactly what the client is looking for without shortcuts ( Bolden, 2016 ). The bill of rights of both the client and the organization is adhered to diligently. The quality of the services and procedures rendered is unmatched and unrivaled. The personnel in the organization know what is expected of them, when, and how. This motivates them into even trying to outdo each other; hence, taking the organization to great heights due to excellence. The organization also has a very well organized and maintained information system whereby patients and their families can access information whenever they need to. This has been electronically done; hence, tedious paperwork is eliminated. The organization serves all and is governed by different people of different ethnic backgrounds but with the required qualifications.
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