The assessment criterion requires you to reflect on how you are driving an organizational culture that provides positive outcomes and person-centered practice.
The culture of your organization should embody the principles that are integral to providing care services that adhere not only to legislation but also best practices. These three pillars personalization, person-centered, and outcomes-based practices-are necessary for an organizations survival because they help ensure quality healthcare while adhering closely to regulatory requirements.
In order to have successful careers in these areas, it will be essential to possess strong interpersonal skills as well equipment like computers or mobile devices so we can access information easier than ever before.
There are many ways to personalize care in an environment that has to function well with many different people. Many practices fall into the category of positive outcomes and person-centered practice, which is why its important for professionals in these roles to understand exactly what goes into providing personalized care.
The first step towards better healthcare begins with understanding the high-level factors that drive positive outcomes. These include factors like identifying problems at an early stage, promoting health equity, advocating for patients, and using data to inform care decisions.
When thinking about the values that your organization needs in order to operate at its best, consider these:
The person-centered practice involves exploring the components that make up person-centered care and positive outcomes. Embedding these principles into training, discussion or even just day-to-day activities will provide for more successful patient interactions. For example: