Patient-Centered Care Analysis

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Summary of the Evidence
Patient- centered care is an important aspect of the healthcare organization when dealing with sensitive issues. Such care is a representation of the holistic view of nursing. Working as a Risk Manger represents a powerful role for an organization which includes managing the safety and integrity of the clients when facing critical issues. Patient centered-care not only recognizes the values and wishes of the clients and their loved ones, instead, it promotes autonomy in decision-making about their care. Such care should be culturally accepted by the clinicians and the healthcare team members. The clinicians along with the members of the healthcare team must insure coordination, and integration of information is being
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There should be free flow of information along with the education being provided continuously which will alleviate stress for all involved. Initiating an Advanced Directives/Care Planning is an important step for all patients and loved ones to initiate especially when dealing with an end-of-life dilemma. The Risk Management role is an important role involving situations of this nature, because such represents quality outcomes for the client and the organization. The evidence produced during this search strongly supports the important role the healthcare members plays. Patients and families should be an integral part of the healthcare team when decisions are being made about their care. Patient-centered care/Family-centered care should be practice in all healthcare organization which represents quality outcomes for all (Brinkman et al., 2014) (Clemins, Brant, Kersten, Mullette, & Dickerson, 2015) (Duke, Hastie, & Thompson, 2007) (Hui et al., 2014) Woten & Schub, 2016)(Malinowski & Stamler, 2002) (Liang & Mackey, 2011) (Schuster Aslakson, …show more content…
Realistic cost- effective opportunities are examined by Risk Management in order to balance a retention program that is geared toward quality and safety of the clients and the healthcare team members. Risk Management will be responsible for prevention of loss within the organization and a reduction in claims management. Risk Management will insure the integrity of the organization is maintained by promoting these sound safety measures which will result in quality outcomes for the organization and the clients (Scanion, Karsh, & Saran, Aug

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