Training programs are not developed for the healthcare context but are usually developed for the business setting and then applied to healthcare. This is a very incorrect approach for this type of organizations.
Healthcare systems are composed of numerous professional groups, departments, and specialties with intricate, nonlinear interactions between them
The interactions of effective leadership and management aspects connect with patient outcomes (e.g., mortality, safety, injuries, satisfaction, physical restraint, pain, etc.).
Conflict is a pervasive force within all organizations, but particularly in healthcare organizations failure in working practices can occur with severe consequences.
Training programs have to encourage the implementation of robust leadership styles in diverse health care settings. These programs should include multidisciplinary professional teams, strengthen the role of management and health care professionals, and address organizational parameters and individual wishes, preferences, and expectations towards quality in health care and assisted living.
The correlation of leadership with quality care and a wide range of patient and residents outcomes is very high.Read More