By Eugenia L. Siegler, Saeid Mirafzali, Janice B. Foust
This ebook deals an summary of key parts of the medical institution -- its constitution, management, and its functioning. scholars and new clinicians should be so occupied with studying particular scientific abilities that they've little time to monitor or query the total technique of care. This e-book seems to be past acute ailment to the surroundings of care, the way it works, the way it does not paintings, and the way it will probably enhance. matters mentioned comprise knowing and speaking with households, the fundamentals of health facility finance, how harmful hospitalization will be to the aged, and the way to reduce blunders. scientific scholars and citizens, complicated perform nurses, and physician's assistants, are one of several capability readers for this ebook.
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These recommendations reinforce the importance of extending quality improvement across the entire continuum of care. The committee further recommends that health care organizations, clinicians, and patients work together to redesign how care is delivered and suggests that information technology and care teams be used to coordinate care for patients who may have multiple conditions and who may therefore use a variety of services in different settings over time. WHAT LIES AHEAD The recommendations of the IOM Committee (IOM, 2001) to use information technology and teams to coordinate chronic care appears to be a most effective way to reduce health care costs while at the same time improving clinical quality of care, when one considers the following factors.
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House staff work in teams; patient care units may have wound-care teams and discharge planning teams; and committees that implement quality improvement measures and other administrative functions may be modeled as teams. Despite the omnipresence and importance of teams, clinicians have little training in team skills. This chapter will introduce teams and the factors that promote and discourage their effectiveness in the hospital setting. TEAM FUNDAMENTALS In its simplest form, a team is a group of individuals who work together for a shared purpose.
An Introduction to Hospitals and Inpatient Care by Eugenia L. Siegler, Saeid Mirafzali, Janice B. Foust