NURS FPX 6218 Assessment 3 Planning for Community and Organizational Change

NURS FPX 4010 Assessment 3 Interdisciplinary Plan Proposal (18)

 Planning for Community and Organizational Change

Thus, here the aspect of the available health care centers is considered and changes that are very much needed to be brought in along with their benefits for the Jordanian community are also talked about. It is imperatively required that health centers and facilities are uniformly provided to everyone within the area. It may be difficult for the community and the authorities to implement such a big change within very short period of the time Therefore, it is not only a health care problem, but the problem is clearly poverty that is also one of the issues. In addition, freezing some citizens from the accessing of better health insurance and also healthcare coverage.

Furthermore, in the community, the major problem is the poor mental health, which is the chief cause for other health problems. In addition to different healthcare problems, some of them taking place cause by the opioid crisis, and some others as a result of the poor mental health resulting in an increasing number of suicides in the adolescents.

NURS FPX 6218 Assessment 3 Planning for Community and Organizational Change

All these and many other related health problems mainly see the light of the day, because of the confined approach that is stacked in the healthcare centers. The said problem has been reported that it is a due to the people’s economic status and the authorities’ negligence. We put forward a proposition that the communities need to have ready and also convenient access to healthcare centres and on the contrary part, healthcare centres should have telemedicine and state-of-art technologies for the cost-effective treatment of the community.Benefits and Implications

To propose a change here, I suggest we have to have telemedicine infrastructure to provide healthcare services to facilitate people and treat them from a distance.Using this facility, people from different corners, who have to travel or are afraid to get the treatment because of cost, can also be eligible to take the treatment online.By taking this initiative, people can use online portals and ask healthcare service providers about their healthcare concerns.

Using several tech-based techniques physicians and health care service providers can easily listen to the heartbeats and check the blood pressure level and even check the chest-breathing too, which is quite efficient and effective in this pandemic where individuals have to stay at distance.(Kadir, 2020) Patients are open to making appointments online and there they can contact the healthcare service provider online face to face.

Potential Barriers to Change

In this perspective, the implementation of this policy requires a good sense of understanding before they get to have this system in healthcare.Plus they require funds as well, in this way, things will not be as smooth and accessible as they seem.However, when people have less understanding because of low literacy levels, it will be somehow hard for them to go for this option when they encounter any healthcare problem.

When there is less understanding of things, people feel restrained when they have a new system, and many feel reluctant to accept it.Therefore, here comes the second major potential barrier, and that is the difference in languages of the same society.Where people from different states have come as immigrants and speak Spanish and etc.

Stakeholder Communications

Stakeholder communication is a means to break the barriers; stakeholders can communicate to implement that strategies. As a result, the society having communication and literacy issues that will make them to resist the introduction of the system. These complexities in the community and their interactions will lead to the resolution of these problems.

Through developing of good communication strategies the barriers in the community will be addressed, they include policies of teams that are interdisciplinary and will be working in the department of care delivery (Serper & Volk, 2018). The healthcare industry as a whole, from community members to healthcare service providers, needs to undergo the training that they will be able to learn how to really provide for the caring and medical services of patients.

The stakeholders which consist of nurses (healthcare service providers) and local physicians all share an equal responsibility concerning the implementation of this system. For that reason, the training should be given frequently for all of them to acknowledge this practice.

Need Statement and Program Description

Since the community is having severe economic issues it would be a common fact that the provision of basic healthcare services is neglected and even people of the community are having this impact on their health and lifestyles. In this way, the multiple diseases are spreading at full velocity and pace. To provide them with a basic facility, we need to start by educating them about the need of the healthcare centers and how important their health is to the economy and development of society (Miller, 2007). 

NURS FPX 6218 Assessment 3 Planning for Community and Organizational Change

The telemedicine infrastructure although will be relatively new for them but to provide them a complete workshop and understanding beforehand will make it easy for them to accept. All the relevant barriers will be sorted out by providing training sessions and effective communication plus community engagement of all stakeholders. Whereas the funding of around $90000 will be required for the Vila health community to take an initiative for this proposed plan.


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