Implementation of a continuous effort Recommendation

Most of us tend to “peak” (i.e., focus all our efforts to meet a certain deadline, or attain a onetime goal). It is much harder mentally and physically to continuously be up-to-date and on top of things.

  1. How would you recommend the implementation of a continuous effort?
  2. What would be your key concerns? How would you monitor your effectiveness?
  3. Explore many of the hospital-wide Joint Commission medical quality and safety measures and present strategies by which the medical leadership can help impact these in the hospital.

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REQUIRED READINGS:
Crider, N. M., & Ulrich, E. (2016). Evaluation of organizations and systems. Evaluation of Health Care Quality for DNPs. In J. Hickey & C. Brosnan (eds) Evaluation of health care quality for DNPs. (127-142) New York: Springer Retrieved from Trident University Online Library.
Kim, R.H., Gaukler, G.M., & Won Lee, C. (2016). Improving healthcare quality: A technological and managerial innovation perspective. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 133(b):373-78.  Retrieved from Trident University Online Library
Morais, R. M. d., Somera, S. C., Goes, W. M., & Costa, A. L. (2016). Applicability of an assessment model for healthcare information systems in a public hospital. Journal of Information Systems and Technology Management, 13(3), 459.
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van, d. H., Niemeijer, G. C., & Ronald J.M.M. Does. (2013). Measuring healthcare quality: The challenges. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 26(3)269-78. Retrieved from Trident University Online Library
Yamasato, K., Tsai, P. J. S., Bartholomew, M., Durbin, M., Kimata, C., & Kaneshiro, B. (2016). Discrepancy between identification of early-term elective deliveries by manual chart review and data vendor. Hawai’i Journal of Medicine & Public Health, 75(12), 367.
Newspaper Article
Slabodkin, G. (2017). Joint Commission eases ORYX requirements for acute care hospitals. Health Data Management (Online).
Health and medicine – Quality of care; Researchers at Oregon State University describe findings in quality of care (what drives continuous improvement project success in healthcare?). (2017). Health & Medicine Week.
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