Patient empowerment: Patient empowerment in the global pictures is seen as a part of the human side of care. It is time consuming and sits uncomfortably with strong pressures towards greater efficiency. The outcome is satisfying, with mutual trust and confidence are established. Being a Malaysian I am proud to say that Malaysia Ministry of Health, had strongly support patient empowerment and community to be responsible for their health. It is believed that, regulations and enforcement activities are the tools to facilitate and enhanced individuals and the communities towards self empowerment.
So, in order to keep satisfying its customers and at the time be able to compete with the other telecommunications organisations, Vodafone should understand that it is essential to adapt and modify its services. This case study is focussed on the change management that Vodafone should implement internally in order to growth more ethically. The PMI’s Pulse of the Profession In-Depth Report (2014) reinforces the importance of change management by explaining that in today’s unstable environment with the degree of change rushing, organisations that have effectively accomplish strategic initiatives save more money and are also set up to gain a positive competitive advantage. This report will be structured in order to develop the role and importance of change management in organisations nowadays, followed by the meta-model of continuous transformation to understand why Vodafone should operate a change, plus a change tool management being the total quality management to be able to explain how Vodafone could manage it and finally by establishing a list of recommendations. Moreover, the resistance of change will be also mentioned.
Emphasis should be placed on developing adept and motivated health workers in order to overcome the challenges for achieving national and global health goals. As part of efforts towards achieving the health related MDGs by 2015, more comprehensive staff motivation interventions should be integrated into quality improvement strategies in the health system. Suitable interventions necessary for health professionals’ motivation should be adapted according to the context, they should rely on the understanding of the range of factors that influence staff motivation and their ultimate performance in their specific
ENSURING EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE CONCEPT Evidence base practice can be defined as the integration of clinical experience and skills, patient values and best research evidence into decision making process for patients’ care (Saclett D, 2002) The integration of the three elements into decision making process enables the practitioner a better opportunity for enhanced clinical outcome and improved quality of life. Evidence alone is not enough in decision making hence the integration of the three elements. In order to ensure effective public health programme the practitioner must ensure that every decision made is evidence based. Public health programmes and initiatives should be supported by scientific proves and evidences. Research based on scientific proves are used to form health care policy which can be implemented to improve the health of the community.
PATIENT SATISFACTION: BASIS FOR ENHANCEMENT OF HEALTH MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION Initiatives of the government unit to achieve continuous quality health care should always be advocated and implemented to attain health care improvement. Most public health services are trying to enhance their performance through different public health interventions. Public health involves far more than health services, patients’ satisfaction provides an important factor that is often overlooked in the delivery of health services. Quality Health care is measured with patient’s satisfaction. Being directly the clientele of the public health sector, patient satisfaction is important factor to gauge the quality of public health service.
Health promotion is the process of enabling people to increase control over, and to improve, their health. To reach a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, an individual or group must be able to identify and to realize aspirations, to satisfy needs, and to change or cope with the environment. In the past, most individuals and societies viewed good health, or wellness, as the opposite or absence of disease. This simple attitude ignores states of health between disease and good health. Health is a multidimensional concept and must be viewed from a broader perspective in assessment of the client 's state of health is an important aspect of nursing.
Introduction: Any organization recognizes the significance of leadership and its crucial role in achieving their goals and success. In healthcare organizations, the complexity of the system and the difference in defining its success goals are reshaping the practice of leadership and its standards. According to House et al. (2002, p.5) a leader is able to influence, motivate, and enable others to contribute to the success of the organization or task. Healthcare and business settings are different in terms of goals and system contexts.
Health and performance in any organisation are of paramount importance. Therefore, factors that may enhance effectiveness within the organisational context warrants consideration. According to Bakker & Oerlemans (2010), employees need to be energetic and dedicated in organisations. Thus, engagement within the workplace is a relevant area to address. The health and well- being of employees has become a huge priority in organisations (Harter, Schmidt, Keyes, 2002).
Importance of strategic planning in health care industry Fogg (1994) suggests the following benefits of strategic planning are it secures the future for the organization and its leaders by crafting a viable future of health care industry. It provides a road map, direction, and focus for the organization’s future in the industry, where it wants to go and the routes to get there. It lets each part of the organization align its activities with the direction of the corporation in a continuous process. It also sets priorities for the crucial strategic tasks, including the complex, burning issues such as lack of direction and growth, lack of profitability, and organizational ineffectiveness that everybody talks and knows about while wondering why
Occupational health and safety: Due to legislative presence and trade union movement, personnel management will have to be more healthy and safety conscious in future Organizational development: in future, change will have to be initiated and managed to improve organizational effectiveness. Top management will become more actively involved in the development of human resources 6. New work ethic: greater forces will be on project and team forms of organization. As changing work ethic requires increasing emphasis on individual. Jobs will have to be redesigned to provide challenge.