Leadership Styles: Situational Leadership Support Staff Ensure program compliance Engage with patients for feedback Jump in and get the work done!
Management Functions: Ensure Staff Education Help Assess for flow/layout change need within Unit Ensure Patients receive evaluations Ensure Staff adheres to call light flow chart
Budgetary Implications: Cost: 50% of budget for Q.I. improvements for the fiscal year No yearly costs System updates every 5 years at a 10% of Q.I. budget for fiscal year New Hires
Staff Compliance: Mandatory Education Unit Rewards Patient Response Cards Staff Promise
Evaluation and Goals: 6 Month Evaluation All Staff Education Received Full Implementation 9 Month Evaluation -Evaluate system for changes 1 Year Evaluation Decrease call light response time by 1 minute Patient scores up by 7%
Decision Making Process: Effective: Nurse to Patient care Ineffective: Call light system Nurse to Patient Ratios Poor Unit Organization Changes for the future: Change Call light system Reorganize units Outline a safe nurse to patient ratio
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