Reflect upon the patient experience, patient safety, and healthcare cost as well

Reflect upon the patient experience,
patient safety, and healthcare cost as well as Joint Commission’s role in
quality healthcare. Write a paper that addresses the following questions:
How would you
apply the principles of the Triple Aim initiative to improve quality,
safety and satisfaction in the acute care or long-term care setting?
Reflect on
your current or future role in healthcare. How you would you, in the role
of director of nursing or healthcare administrator contribute to improving
cost effective quality care, patient satisfaction, and patient safety?
What practices
would you apply to minimize medical errors among front-line nursing staff?
The Institute for Healthcare
Improvement (IHI) Triple Aim Initiative serves to change health care delivery
(1) improving the patients’ experience of
(2) improving the health of populations; and
(3) reducing the per capita cost of health care
(Nickitas, Middaugh, & Feeg, 2019). This week’s module explores how we can
improve the patient care experience, increase the quality of care, reduce the
cost of care thereby improving the health of the populations. In addition, we
will examine the concept of implementing patient/person-centered care (PCC) in
our current healthcare practice. The role of the Joint Commission and other
regulatory agencies, and patient and healthcare worker safety will be a major
focus. Quality measurements such as patient satisfaction surveys and error
control mechanisms will be explored.
Module Goals
Explain relevant theories of error as they
relate to patient care.
Apply error management strategies from other
professions to healthcare.
Explain how error management can produce cost
savings for the healthcare organization.
Discuss concerns from regulatory agencies.
Examine the global impact of national
initiatives on quality care Learning
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