Arul Leo Felix, A.Arockia Faustine and D.Sellathambi et al  Technology plays the main role in care not just for sensory devices however conjointly in communication, recording and display device. It’s important to observe numerous medical parameters and post operational days. Patient observance systems are gaining their importance because the invasive world senior population will increase demands for caretaking. These systems use wireless technologies to transmit very important signs for medical analysis. The aim is to supply a more robust health care to individuals in additional economic and pertinent friendly manner.
Also, the system promotes more sound clinical decision making through the integration of patient data from a variety or multiple sources within a healthcare institution. Slide three Effect of an electronic health information system on Patient Centered Care Patient centered care is an important part of maintaining and improving the quality of healthcare and making sure that the interests of the patient are given the first priority. Thanks to the rapid advancements in healthcare, specifically regarding informatics, an electronic healthcare information system provides the best and a consistent improvement of quality healthcare. An electronic health information system allows patients and their healthcare providers to have a more active role and participate in their journey towards health. Today, nurses and other healthcare providers are using electronic health information systems to enter, organize and conduct detailed and thorough analysis of the medical information of their clients.
Evolving Practice of Nursing and Patient Care Delivery Models In response to the need for health care enhancement and quality of care deliverance, the health care system is evolving and changing. The aim of this paper is to discuss the subsequent concepts influencing the future of nursing: Accountable Care Organization (ACO), continuity or continuum of care, nurse-managed health clinics and medical homes. Continuity or Continuum of Care Continuum of care enables a flawless change of patient care from an acute setting into the fitting discharge site, such as nursing homes, own homes, community centers, rehabilitation centers, group homes. These services help patients transitioning from one degree of care to another level (Naylor, Aiken, Kurtzman,
Managing patients in critical care require multidisciplinary teamwork from all specialties to achieve optimum effective care. Sharing knowledge, experience, skills and proper communication are the basic component for effective teamwork. The essay highlighted on the impact of teamwork in health institution especially emergency department. Action plan: It is recommended to have great hospital efforts on emphasizing on the importance of teamwork in delivering patient care for safe, effective and efficient health care. Teamwork stimulation training program can motivate team members to work in smooth manner that promote positive outcome, and save time and resources.
(2012) the new generation of healthcare consumers, such as patients, family of patients and potential consumers, demands improved quality of service, increased satisfaction, medical error reduction, and prevention of diseases . consequently, in the present conditions, more attention should be paid to service quality and customer satisfaction. Muslim Amin, etal, (2013) " were conducted the research towards the Hospital service quality and its effects on patient satisfaction and behavioural intention" and he found that the five dimensions of admission, medical service, overall service, discharge and social responsibility these are the most important significant relationship for improving the hospital service quality. And it indicate that the establishment of higher levels of hospital service quality will lead customers to have a high level of satisfaction and behavioral intention. Muraleedharan attempted a study titled “Characteristics and structure of private Hospital sector in urban India” in Chennai and he found that the private hospital in India has grown rapidly over the year, but without any kind of policy directing to its growth and development.
In addition, WHO, (2009) mentions the various experiences through which self efficacy can be made effective. They include the mastery experiences where previous successes will equip patient with a lot of skills; vicarious experience, where witnessing other individuals complete tasks successfully, increases self efficancy for an individual patient; verbal persuasion, which relates to the impact of encouragement on an individuals’ percieved self efficacy and psychological self efficacy like mood, emotionla state, physical reactions which influence one’s perception of self efficacy Another important patient skill is health literacy. It is the ability to understand health information and use it to make good decisions about health and medical care (Koelen & Lindstrom, 2005). Lower health literancy is reported mostly among the elderly, less educated, poor who are characterised with increased rates of hospitalisation and high cost of care associated with lower health outcomes. (WHO, 2009) Creation of a facilitating environment and positive
“Health literacy is the degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain, process, and understand basic health information and services needed to make appropriate health decisions.” (Healthy People, 2010) It includes knowing how to control with your own health and to benefit your own health through making informed health decisions, seeking appropriate treatments. Anyone can be health literate. Anyone at home, at school, work, or even the society as a whole. Health literacy can impact our health overall and all aspects of life. Even if you’re intelligent and educated people in the stress of medical situation when you’re ill, you can be health literate too.
The conceptual explanation of health monitoring system revolves around the task of conveying the information via communication module such as GSM. Health monitoring may be fit to some health issues which have reversible disorder for a short period of time. But in the case of heart related issues it is necessary to provide instant first aid and medicinal assistant. Recovering from such issues is not that easy to carry out. Simple monitoring doesn’t work out here and can’t save life of patients.
As a result of this, we need to collaborate with other healthcare team in order to provide the best care for patients. I collaborate with my nursing colleague to share information and skills to enhance the quality of care and to improve nursing practice. Effective collaboration in nursing care enable me as well as other nursing staff to ensure continuation in patients’ care, providing a holistic care for patients, preventing errors in nursing care and avoiding gaps in nursing care. 7.4 Current research The definition of collaboration in a healthcare setting is the “joint communicating and decision-making process with the expressed goal of satisfying patient wellness and illness needs while respecting the unique qualities and abilities of each professional” (Henneman et al, p. 104). Tschannen (2004) studied collaboration and teamwork among healthcare professionals and found that the collaborative process resulted in positive patient outcomes, including a higher level of patient well-being and less fragmentation of care.
“Using recent examples from practice critically discuss how inter-professional communication can impact on service user safety” Introduction: The team work among the professionals of different healthcare departments and among other professional departments is getting more common. It is becoming essential that healthcare providers should work with the professionals of other health disciplines in order to improve health facilities and educate the clients. (Pecukonis, 2008). Along with the benefits and positive features of inter-professional collaboration there are some challenges too that may hinder the work, and healthcare institutions are looking forward to teach students about inter-professional communication to mediate the challenges. (McNair, 2005).