Discuss About The Healthcare Facilities In Australian System?
Chapter 1 gives the framework for analysis of the health care facilities in Australian health care system. It will give about the choices, interactions and the changing health care environment. The chapter will give the details of the system perspectives required in the field of health care safety. There is detail mention on the inputs, outputs and outcomes and the socio political environment required for the health and safety. The chapter will also mention about the ways of evaluation and the choices that one has to be made in order to design a health system plan (Perkins,et al 2015).
Health care system framework will include the system that involves finance, workforce and processes. In broader way it requires the socio political environment. The outputs and outcomes will depend on the personal point of view in how they treat their patients. The outcome will be based on improving the quality in health care. The health care system will be evaluated with respect to the quality of service they provide (Hall 2015). The health safety framework will be designed on the basis of needs and demands in different organization. The need in health and safety is not the aim but can be defined with the context of social and political issues. There are several laws and health policies that can shape any design of the health safety in health care. The need should be converted into demand which can then induce the supply of the best quality health care safety (Osborn,et al 2015). The key design will link to the separation between the purchasing, funding and provision of health services.
There is always challenge in terms of acquiring the best health care services. The choice of the customer to acquire any health care service will relate to the services provided by the health care providers. It also depends on the characteristics of the interaction between the consumer and the health service providers in the ground of diagnosis and treatment. The texts will be useful to build up strength in the research of improving the quality of health care service (Drummond et al 2015). The following text can be when critically evaluated and the strengths can be recognized. The important strength is that the chapter will be useful to give all the factors and the necessary ingredients required in the building up a framework of plan. The plan will be strong enough to guard the safety in the health care (Iedema, Mesman and Carroll 2013).
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This journal will give in brief the major challenges confronted by the health care systems in Australia. One such challenge highlighted is the challenge with the funding and delivery of health care. There has been a growing burden of chronic illness. This has hit the inertia in reforming the health care system. The health care system must cast their main focus on the management of the chronic illness. The health care facilities must improve in the primary, acute and rehabilitative services. This will provide the innovative ways of developing health care facilities to remote and rural communities (Lawton et al 2014).Accounting. The challenges must be approached strategically to initiate a strong health care facility in Australia. Remote communities often face challenges regarding the communication errors. The next major challenge faced is the rise in the health care costs. There has been leap in the diagnostic and therapeutic advance, techniques for the minimal use of the surgical procedures. Thus quality must be ensured while coming with the issues regarding the use of the advanced techniques in the medical care (Sallis, Owen and Fisher 2015).
In relationship with the field of research in health care safety, the texts will give the ways to improve the challenge regarding the communication problems. The ways of funding in health care systems are also mentioned in the texts. (Harrison et al 2015)
In the context of explanation with the challenges, the texts will sum up the ways to ensure the equality in delivering health care. Statistically, it has shown that the health care must be fair to poor. The texts has pin pointed 8 major challenges in the health care safety in Australia. It is also clearly mentioned that all the challenges can be reduced with the need of leadership,wisdom, courage to engage the effective measures taken during the health care safety (Manias et al 2014).
The strength of the texts is that it has highlighted the major challenges faced during the health care development plan. The texts have also suggested a clear view of the steps that Australian health care system must take in order to face the challenges. However, the texts have the major drawback as it does not suggest any plan for the funding of the health program plan.
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This peer review will summarize all the possible strategies that can be taken in order to improve the coordination of care. This is an important issue with regards to the safety in a health system. It also gives the systemic ways to improve the health safety conditions in Australia with respect to the countries with comparable health systems.
With relation to the research, they have made studies through the main electronic databases. A pivot study was conducted to find the integration, coordination and the multidisciplinary caring services in Australian health care units. It was a like a survey program that was done to find the administrative rules in the health care system. The questions will directly satisfy the conditions of health safety defined with the coordination care, patient satisfaction, and economic outcomes. Then the survey test was analyzed statistically. Thus we will be useful in research to develop a map for the plan of the improvement in the quality of the health care safety system in Australia.
With the explanation in the challenges mainly faced in the coordination of care services that the health care delivers, the texts will a good solution. The survey based research that was made, it will give the current scenario of the main factors that contribute to the health care safety. In coordination care, they were required to find the communication between the service providers and the patients, use of the support systems in a coordination of care, coordination of the clinical activities, support system in funding and management, the agreement between the organizations (Fitzpatrick and Ellingsen 2013).
The major strength of the texts is that it will deliver a survey based approach to find out the current condition of Australian health care system with respect to some selected countries with the same status Of health facilities. The final section has also discussed the results and the implications of the Australian health policy in health care (D’Andreamatteo,et al 2015). The drawback of the texts is that it lacks to give the proper research strategy to reduce the outcome of the administrative problems with the health care systems in Australia. It has also not given about the strategies that one might take in order to implement certain Australian policies to start a health care plan effectively. The care and coordination improvement rules are also lacking in the texts.
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The following grey literature will give the measure of the quality of health care in any organization. The review says that experience level of the patient data will reflect upon the quality of the safety dimension in health care, clinical safety, and effectiveness. The health safety outcomes can only be measured with respect to the patient experience data sheet. Thus any research that will begin on the increasing in the health quality should be first checked with the patient feedback (Magill et al 2014). The National Safety and Quality Health Standards have started a policy on ‘Partnering with Consumers’. The rules here are set by the Australian Commission for safety and Quality health care.
In the field of research, it will be helpful to find techniques to overcome the challenges by surveying the patients. This will thus be used to develop a health care plan on finding the reason that causes the dissatisfaction in the patients.
The strength of the literature is that it gives the ways the advent of social media, health services are now under the help to find out the satisfaction among the patients. The health policies in safety can only be well implemented with the use of the internet services. The data collected from the patients will reflect the level of satisfaction in the quality of the health care. Thus it will help to set up a guideline to increase the health care quality in safety (Gauld et al 2014). The needs of the policy making will further guide the outcome of the result. The weakness in this literature is that is do not suggest any strategic plan regarding the different challenges that subjects to the problems in improvement in health care. The health care policy started by the quality control of Australia can only gather consumer views and implement certain plans to overcome it. The literature could not give the techniques that can be used to improve the safety quality in different challenges. It has also failed to serve the job of giving a proper guidance in using other advanced internet services to look into the views of the patients.
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