HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT ACTION PLAN 5
ManagementAction Plan is vital for healthcare advancement through determinationof opportunities for improvement, measurable goals, listing ofpossible and essential steps of actions. It also conductsaccountability, quantitative analysis and monitoring of the plan(Stilwell, 2014).
Theproblem requiring improvement in the Healthcare organization is thelaborshortage as it forces significant number of workers to experiencedifficulty in getting the jobs they need. Thescenario attracts attention because it focuses on sensitive issuessuch as delivery of health services as well as the strategies ofrecruiting, retaining and utilization of the health workforce(Stilwell, 2014).
Thefirst aim of the management action plan is to develop health careservices that are both client-centeredand evidence based. Besides, such objective changes the workforce bydetermining sustainability, accessibility, and quality of the healthcarelaboroutcomes. The measurement and assessment of such management planwill be through analysis of ambulatory and urgent health careservices, the number and effectiveness of rural healthcentersand the efficiency of the primary care networks. However, someconstraint experienced while formulating the plan include, poorprofessionality to align multicultural patients’ needs with thecollaborative primary care delivery. Furthermore, there are limitedfinancial and technical resources, for instance, e-learningtechnology and teleconferencing in the post-secondary institution inrural areas to ensure the expansion of the existing rural health carecenters.
Listof Possible Actions
Theypossible list of measures, therefore, includes:
-Formulationof a team that focuses on the local community as well as the clients
-Expandingpost –secondary healthcare institutions
-Introductionof tele-mental health services
-offeringdynamic education to the workers and conducting fresher courses onemergent health issues
-Theadvanced utilization of anesthetic services and respiratory therapies
-Theexpansion of midwifery actions to assist family physicians
TheKey Action Steps
Theaction steps must be in a sequencing order to bring about anelaborate and realistic management action plan that an individual canpresent in a simplified for thus the steps include:
-Creationof a health center team that is based on the community and focus onthe clients
Itis the first step of action because it other service providers aplatform to assist the available physicians in undertaking differentduties as the beginning point of the management action plan. Theother measures are nutrition management, substance abuse counseling,funding of the team and healthcare professional scope flexibility.
-Thedevelopment of rural health care and wellness centers
Insuch scenario, the relevant authorities must locate and clear thesites for constructing or expanding the rural clinic, initiatepost-secondary health programs that are unique to the communityneeds. Moreover, the stakeholders should equip the institution withe- learning technology, video, and teleconferencing equipment andutilize or modify existing infrastructures to reduce financialconstraints.
-Theurgent and ambulatory steps of actions
Theactivities include telehealth services, for example, psychology andpsychiatric consultations as well as individual therapy to improveservice delivery in the rural areas. Besides, video train, session,and one-day events will take place to ensure continuous professionallearning on urgent and ambulatory services.
TheAccountability for Each Step
Thecreation community based and client-specific health center team willbe under the jurisdiction of the Human Resource Manager where theperiod of action is two weeks. The development of the ruralhealthcare and wellness center will get coordinated by the healthorganization financial and engineering team which has the freedom tooutsource any technical assistance to accomplish the work in twelvemonths. The nurses, doctors and physician departments will assist inthe implementation of ambulatory and urgent care services such asmental telehealth activities and continuous professional developmentevents.
Theassessment and quantification of the success of the management actionplan after the implementation will aim at investigation potentialoutcomes of different action steps. They are cultural changes andeffective coordination among the community and health providers,local involvement in planning, preventive services as well asdevelopment new and efficient health innovation models.
Thecurrent rural health development centersaim at the clients and create evidence-based services to curb theproblem oflaborshortage the institutions (Stilwell, 2014). Such scenario calls fordifferent actions that touch on clinical performances, leadership,human resource, knowledge management among others.
Stilwell,B. (2014). Migration of health-care workers from developingcountries: strategic approaches to its management. Bulletinof the World health Organization, 82(8),595- 600.