Situational analysis is a process under which the internal and external factors that may alter the organizational ability provide some evaluation techniques. With the identification of these methods, objectives of organization can be achieved.
Today’s health care workplaces face specific issues.
Multiple health care professionals come across different situations in hospitals. Even one patient has to meet 50 different employees, nurses, physicians, or technicians.
Effective clinical practices include the role of ‘power’ at a workplace. It can be positive or negative.
Under a situational analysis, the relevance to secure a program can be linked to the best course of action. If suitable action is taken to address any political issue in the society, it can provide the excellent outcome.
Situational analysis and action plan engage main actors and ensure appropriateness of procedures. Under the better framework of situational analysis, nature of the problem can be discussed.
It helps out stakeholders to identify the solution to different issues through undertaking actions. Moreover, situational analysis refers to the analysis of particular situations such as emergency situation and its settlement needs dedicated action.
For the betterment of healthcare institutes, it is required that the professionals should communicate efficiently and prefer patient safety always.
Medical errors mostly involve role of power in a negative way which can cause emergency deaths, injuries or unexpected situation.
Patient safety is essential at many places, such as examination, diagnosis of disorder and flaw in communication.
It needs defined skill set and technique to cater the issue. Through the influence information, required methods are adopted to tackle the problem with the help of action plan.
The objective of an action plan is to offer a secure destination that could lead to attaining the outcome of the project. It may be linked to the exploration of the problem that can direct the course of action.
Situational Analysis and Healthcare
The primary barriers to the implementation of strategies in the healthcare organization are related to the control and monitoring. There are several issues that create the gap between implementation of the strategy and research methods.
It is necessary to focus on some guidelines that help to reduce the gap.
The current medical system needs to be the focus on repair and treatment, but unfortunately, there is less focus on promoting healthy activities.
It is essential to exercise the power of role in healthcare settlements in a productive manner that can enhance patients’ safety. Business value of health and its productivity is a subject matter at a global level.
Therefore, making healthcare institutes proactive, secure and efficient is the center of wellness worldwide.
There are valuable tools that provide appropriate variability in attaining outcomes. The implementation of health-related strategy face insufficiently organized pattern, and uncertainty is prevalent. Situational analysis tends to provide solutions for potential issues.
The increased role of power in healthcare settlements is terrible due to negative influences that lead to the health crises.
Chronic conditions related to poor health perspectives are evident, according to world economic forum (2008). Such conditions cause 70% of all deaths in the USA that is mainly due to power involvement.
It is possible to remove these flaws to implement the healthcare strategies in a better way. Through the provision of proper information, formulating patterns, and developing development frameworks, effective decision making is possible.
Following expert opinion, translating medical research and following the research guidelines can help determine the rule of strategies. Implementing them in the healthcare organization is fruitful.
It is a healthcare value chain that deals with the primary care services, health plan at the fundamental level, marketing system as well as acute care centers. The difference is mainly due to different cultural assumptions, behavioral patterns, norms, and values. The cultural prevalence and role of communication are significant in an insufficient implementation of strategies.
The weaknesses in the system units and support activities hinder the successful progress of the healthcare organization. The role of action plans is inherent in implementing fruitful strategies. Some healthcare settings are broadening the scope of an area to cater more people and offer them convenient approach. The realized strategy is somewhat different from the intended for various reasons.
There is not managed care and defined the insurance regulated market as expected. However, the Midwestern Medical Group (MMG) provided a market defined a strong culture of a business market model that can focus on the healthy aspects. In the Midwestern approach, the focused and developed work framework focused MMG on initiating their work performance.
MMG was established as the separate business market model that can develop its cost center. This lead to the integration of team management and starting progress initiatives’ in patient clinics. Gradually, the environmental changes in combination with the implementation strategies provided the defined level of healthcare to MMG.
The difference in structure and processes affect a lot in the implementation of the strategy. Particularly, when management focuses on specific cultural base, it faces competition from others businesses of same nature.
The MMG organization reflects its kind of culture which differs from the Midwestern system. The different situational approach is liable to transform the implemented strategy. The acquisitions by MMG seem to be poor at first.
Therefore, it took management to focus on the financial sector and develop a focus on the development approach. This control system can be better organized by implementing a monitored approach. With the significant cost reduction efforts, there was no apparent difference in the performance of MMG operations. This system faced constraints that were monitored through improving its system structure.
MMG managers faced financial losses and tried to compensate this with the increase in revenue. The interventions were stopped, an initiative was taken, and managers decided to get professional services.
These efforts helped MMG professionals to boost efficiency. The adoption of cost reduction plans helped significantly to implement the strategies.
Contrarily, the Midwestern system leadership seemed to be a controlled and robust culture. Their leaders focus on the preserving of financial well being. Their model was defined to get significant collaboration level that can maintain the structure of an organization.
Due to some conflicts in Midwestern hospitals and MMG, the prevailed cultures become evident. These disputes were dealt in a professional yet authoritative manner that can be described as the focused approach to implement the practical strategies.
The MMG organizational culture is different from the Midwestern. The adopted plan to implement healthcare practices seems to focus a medical growth.
In the period of 1994-1996, various financial loss acquisitions caused MMG to perform at the bottom line.
However, with the focus on the development objectives and cost reduction efforts, the system can increase its revenue by hiring specialists that can minus the cost incurring activities. The attempt to raise the organization’s revenue is in contrast to its competitors.
Power influences quality care management, disease management, and vocational rehabilitation. Global issues at health care workplaces affect satisfaction, morale, quality care and patient safety.
Conflicts and quarrels in such settings involve patients significantly while health managers overlook such conflicts putting patient safety at stake.
To create a professional work environment, an integrated solution is inevitable. Hold of power in the healthcare setting is harmful and only needs to organize, monitor and integrate solution. Midwestern leaders focus on the financial losses bore by MMG annually. This helped them conducting several studies about MMG losses.
Their outcomes when compared with the small medical groups regarding productivity, offered ancillary revenues, support members, compensation, and referrals.
The overhead system expenses of MMG as compared to small medical groups are more substantial while the performance of MMG can be better if constraints are removed.
The focused management of MMG built on internal integration and improving the performance for situational analysis can help better in implementation of strategy.