Journal of reflection on practicum, professional capstone, and scholarly
New Practice Approaches: Throughout Professional Capstone and Practicum, the learners will be expected to investigate new practices approaches within the healthcare industry. These can be innovative care models or emerging technologies and evidence-based practice. They aim to reduce costs and improve efficiency, while improving patient outcomes.
To provide patients with the best possible healthcare, it is important that professionals in different professions work together. Intraprofessional Collaboration is collaboration among healthcare professionals in the same profession. Collaboration improves patient outcomes and efficiency while reducing medical errors.
Health care delivery systems and clinical systems are the systems and processes used to deliver health services. The management of the patient’s care includes medical records, bills, and claims. It is important that healthcare professionals are familiar with their clinical system to deliver patient care efficiently.
Ethics in Healthcare: Professionals face ethical dilemmas on a regular basis. Ethics in healthcare includes issues like patient confidentiality, informed permission, end-of life care and the allocation of limited resources. To navigate ethical dilemmas, healthcare professionals must be well-versed in ethical frameworks and principles.
Health outcomes for groups of people are considered population health, not individual patient health. In order to improve health outcomes in communities, healthcare professionals should consider population concerns when developing interventions.
Role of technology in healthcare: The use of new technologies can improve healthcare outcomes. The healthcare industry is being transformed by technology. Examples include wearable technologies, electronic records and telemedicine.
Health policy: The term refers to decisions taken by healthcare agencies, insurers, and governments regarding the provision of healthcare services. To understand healthcare in its broader context, health professionals must be conversant with the policy surrounding it.
Leaders in healthcare must be capable of managing people, systems, and resources effectively. Economics models can be used to assess the cost-effectiveness in healthcare and help inform decisions.
Health disparities Health disparities describe differences in the health of different individuals. They are usually related to the social determinants that affect health such as race and ethnicity. To design interventions to meet the specific needs of various populations, healthcare professionals should be familiar with health disparities.
This course offers learners the opportunity to examine the constantly changing and complicated healthcare industry. This course provides learners with knowledge and skills to help them navigate ethical issues, collaborate, and develop effective healthcare interventions.