The health care delivery system include a vast range of technical resources and personnel. The Health care services should involve the overall person’s dignity by communicating and co-ordinating the thoughts, by involving the patient support and empowerment. Additional factors that are influencing the patient centeredness and provider patient communication include:- the Language barriers, which promote the racial and ethnic concordance and differences between the patient and provider which will affect the cultural competency and effect the disabilities on the patients’ health care experiences.
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The active errors occur at the level of the frontline operator, and their effects are felt suddenly. On the other hand, the latent errors include poor system design, and poor structured organisations. The latent errors pose a great threat to safety, because they are often unnoticed, whilst have the capacity to result in the multiple types of active errors. The main key focus to reduce the errors, is to focus on improving the systems of the health care delivery, and as the performance of the individualised health care workers. Patient safety is the milestone in promoting a high quality level in the health care. Much of the work, that defines the patient safety and practices, will prevent harm done on the negative outcome such as mortality and morbidity.
Patient –centred care supports the active involvement of the patients, and their relatives in the decision making process for the treatment which is being administered and abided with. The Institute of the Medicine defines the patient-centred care as the “Providing care that is respectful of and responsive to the individual patient preferences, needs, and values whilst ensuring that the patient values guide all the clinical decisions. The Patient centred care is also one of those goals which is related to the health advocacy, whilst adding the concept of the safer medical systems, whilst increasing the patient interaction and involvement in the healthcare deliverables. The patient centred care cannot be attained without the active patient engagement of the health care designs and implementation.
The main attributes of the patient centred care are composed of the following concepts:-
The patient-cantered care considers the patient’s cultural thoughts and personal preferences. Patient centered care leads to an increased higher level of the patient engagement. The five constituent dimensions of the patient engagement include the communication skills, alignment of the objectives based on the information. Patient centred care is also empowering patient by giving their time to give out their opinions about the health care system. The patient-centred healthcare is the health care that is designed and delivered to meet the health care needed of the patient to ensure cost-effectiveness.
In the 21st century, patient centred care have come up with the implementation of the infrastructural changes such as the electronic health records. The electronic health record will be patient-centred if it strengthens the patient clinician relationship by promoting the communication between the patients to know about their own health care and facilitate their own involvement in these matter.
The Institute of Medicine identifies the patient centeredness as a core component of the quality aspects of the health care. Patient centeredness as the “ Health care that establishes a partnership among the doctors, patients and their families, to ensure that the decision will respect the patient’s...