Having the staff follow the rules and regulations and reduce such unwanted issues that may cause the facilities spending over his or her means of funds. In the proposal, it should be design and created in where it benefit the business as a whole and find a reducing in the cost. The organizational values should create the way that the business function and have a positive impact on employees and patients to establish the health care to increase the rating of the management skills. I believe that should happen in every business where the planning process is the first step to take along with the goals properly followed. In the health care being multifunctional is necessary in order to become successful in any origination.
These guidelines should enable staff to work safely and effectively. If staff are forced to breach these guidelines because of workload problems or pressures then this is a threat to the duty of care. Likewise, if sufﬁcient guidance is not in place, this also puts the duty of care in danger. Trade union members and stewards can work together with management to develop, monitor and review these guidelines. Often staff have good ideas about how guidelines can be improved.
Unit 7: Person centred values must influence all aspects of health and social care purely as care work is about people and every person is an individual. Therefore if there was a set guideline it may not work for everyone, so values must be person centred. Care Plans are very important in promoting person centred values. They enable the customer to have choice, the care provider should listen to them as they know themselves best, the care plan is theirs unless the capacity to understand is diminished and then advice must be sought from all other persons/agencies involved in the customers support plan. Another key point in promoting person centred values within a care plan is empowering the customer and knowing they are being listened to.
Ideally, status reports should be done before the month or week start. The importance of status reports are to ensure that each employee is aware of how to proceed and understand the planning process. The management communicates effectively when they provide status reports because they clarify information and prevent misunderstanding. When it comes to internal relationships in the healthcare setting the most important person is other client whose needs we must meet or exceed when it comes to serving them. The reason behind this is because Post merger/acquisition integration has led to more rigorous examination of support services.
Abstract The purpose of this paper is to show how ethics play a significant role in the success of group therapy. Group therapy sessions can be very beneficial and can also have different results than individual therapy due to the dynamics of what goes on in a group including things like exercises. A group an work off each others ideas and socialize in ways that are similar to role play. The ethical boundaries established by the leader early on in the beginning stages of the group will set the tone for how the group runs, processes, and respects each other. Expectations of issues like confidentiality must ethically be addressed so the clients understand the severity of the information they are being asked to keep private.
They are in charge of empowering the staff members with a vision which will bring positive changes to the health care organization through inside side and outside interaction. Role of leadership in an organization Health care organization leaders demonstrate appropriate styles and behaviors that best suits the complex and constantly changing system of health care. Such changes include change of technology into more sophisticated ones, nursing shortage, time and cost constrained work environment, challenge of achieving the desired patient outcomes and increased patients patient acuity (Mathena, 2002, p 136-142.). The role of leaders is to impalement strategies related to achieving the goal of the health care system even with the limited resources. The roles of leaders in a health care organization motivate staff members to go beyond self interest for the general
Doctors – If we take a client to the doctors it is essential that we are able to inform the doctor of any relevant information required otherwise this may result in a misdiagnosis. Some clients are unable to communicate very well so we must first understand their problem so that we can convey this on their behalf. 1.2 Explain how communication affects all relationships in an adult social care setting. Communication can lead to good or poor service within a care setting. Good communication with clients encourages participation in activities therefore promoting equality within the care setting.
Most importantly improving knowledge and practice ensures that the service users are getting the care they need in a correct manner. Staff are knowledgeable to be able to point out bad practice, safeguarding them and development in specific areas to the service user means that staff are more aware and knowledgeable about specific conditions this helps staff not only to support the service user but also to understand and help others do the same. 1.2 Analyse potential barriers to professional development With professional development activities there could be barriers, which need to be overcome for staff to be able to complete activities and develop their knowledge. Time- Staff not having enough time to complete their development activities. Managers should ensure that staff have enough time tom complete training at a time that is convenient to them and also to the service or allow staff time off shift to be able to complete necessary training.
The mission of the AHRQ is to “improve quality safety efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare for all Americans”. Information from their research allows people to make informed decisions regarding their medical care and improve the quality of services. The Joint Commission has recommended that a culture of safety be created. Stressing that organizations should have “transparent and equitable disciplinary process that takes into account personal responsibility and accountability.” TJC noted two major actions that erode leadership credibility and undermine the culture of safety; terminating or failing to support an employee who committed a blameless act during the course of an adverse event (med error), and exempting influential individuals from complying with quality and safety policies, such as policies on intimidating and disruptive behavior, (playing favorites). TJC has also been instrumental in creating the “do not use” list of abbreviations and the sound a like warnings for
There are positive and negative aspects of this function; first of all, the HR department enriches the Organization through recruitment procedures. HR department also ensures that members of staff follow a general direction by frequently clarifying and reminding them of the Organizations goals. HR is also responsible for organizing incentives or compensation packages to motivate employees. All these functions contribute towards organizational effectiveness. Howeve, there are some negatives aspect of HR; it has to bear the burden of blame if an employee’s performance poorly like for example Arthur Anderson Company.