CU1531 Engage in Personal Development In Health, Social Care Or Children’s and Young People’s Setting 1.1 Duties and responsibilities of my work load are as follows: * Responsible for ensuring the needs of the supported individuals are met to a high quality standard, whilst adhering to external quality and regulatory standards, internal SLC policies and procedures and contractual obligations. * Undertakes effective completion and management of documents. * Carries out administrative duties (e.g. filing, archiving, photocopying, arranging appointments etc). * Implements support plans by providing 1:1 support for supported individuals offering a range of services which help promote independence, self confidence and a positive self image.
The people who work in health services, whatever the sector, need to be well supported to attain the right professional and clinical skills, as well as providing care with compassion, kindness, and respect for people. Today’s health workers must also be able to cope with everchanging patient and public needs and adapt quickly to innovation in service models. We are setting up a new system that can produce the flexible workforce we need to
Person-centred care sees patients as equal partners in planning, developing and accessing care to make sure it is most appropriate for their needs. It involves putting patients and their families at the heart of all decisions. Person-centred care aims to be user focused, promote independence and autonomy, provide choice and control and be based on a collaborative team philosophy. It takes into account service users' needs and views and builds relationships with family members. Person-centred care involves: • Compassion, dignity and respect – these are the essential foundation for the greater involvement of people in their own care.
It is also important for health care facilities to implement quality policies in an effort to promote quality care. The WMHS staff members are committed to providing patients with the highest level of quality care. The quality policy of WMHS has improved outcomes through patient-centered care. One such quality improvement involves the implementation of a new Palliative Care program that supports the treatment of individuals with life-threatening illnesses. In addition, WMHS quality policy has improved patient safety through the implementation of a computerized positive identification system, which reduces errors involving the drawing of blood.
Insurance premiums have gone up and the coverage has gone down. As a result, patients are not going to the doctor as much as they used to, which means there aren’t as many prescriptions being written. Also, the reimbursement from the insurance companies is not what it used to be as far as the amount and not in the timely manner of which. Insurance companies are requiring more and more paperwork, especially government funded plans. This paperwork takes time from the doctor that he could be spending with the patients.
Barriers to telemonitoring include: cost, training of staff and patient, monitoring patient safety, patient privacy, professional liability issues, and access to quality technology. Lack of enough qualified evidence based medicine EBM studies to support use of telemonitoring with measurable improved outcomes. The majority of the current evidence is inconclusive due to research
It is a necessity that the cadre should carry a value with the purpose of customers (employers, physicians, and patients) is the main important asset of health care organizations. The planning and marketing prototype represented herein is intended to assist HCOs with keeping customers. The position of healthcare marketing in an HCO’s strategic planning process is to properly care for their members. It is extremely critical for organizations to provide the best care for their patients. Some organizations such as Kaiser Permanente provide immaculate care to their patients.
It requires that services are detailed because the priority is the patient’s perspective, thus making them very important to the organization. The second method is data driven. Measuring data is an important tool in quality improvement. Measuring informs management if the changes they are attempting to make may lead to improvement. It helps us understand the disparity that occurs in a process by monitoring over time and visualizing the effect of the change.
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This amount is extremely high and if more money is spent towards technology to offer less evasive surgeries and procedures the recovery time for patients may shorten and the cost of hospital stays could decrease. This brings the question if enough money is being spent on keeping individuals healthy and offering preventative care in order to keep individuals out of the hospital all