Quality Of Quality Assessment And Management

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Quality Assessment and Management Healthcare facilities have a legal and moral obligation to provide the high quality patient care, (Huber, 2014). The Quality Management team’s goal will be to continually strive to improve the care their organization delivers. In order for this to be achieved their must goals and objectives to work towards. The success of these goals and objectives are dependent upon The Quality Management Structure of the organization. With proper implementation and management of the quality care initiative, the organization should an improvement in patient safety and clinical outcomes. Organization’s Quality Program Goals and Objectives. The purpose, and role of quality assurance team in the healthcare field is to…show more content…
The role of the Quality Management team is to continually seek for areas of improvements in patient care, and patient satisfaction. Inferior to the Quality Management Committee you will find the Clinical Care Evaluation Committee, Patient Satisfaction Committee and the Management and Directors of the organization. While this seems somewhat confusing there is a level of hierarchy achieved. Therefore overseeing the entire quality improvement of the organization would ultimately be the Board of Directors, (Huber, 2014). How Quality Improvement Projects Selection, Management and Monitoring. Quality Improvement project selections are initiated by the Clinical Care Team, the Patient Satisfaction Committee and the Senior Management and Directors of the organization. The initiation is typically derived by tapping the knowledge of the nurses in the unit. However the implementation of these projects occur within the Administrative Quality Management Committee. Ultimately within this committee the selection process occurs. Once the project is implemented the management and monitoring become more of a team effort. The management and monitoring is primarily done by The Clinical Care Committee, Patient Satisfaction Committee and the Directors and Managers of the Organization. At this level the nursing staff does have input into the effectiveness of the plan, and if there should be any adjustments that occur. Therefore, the nursing staff must be
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