Importance of Teamwork in Healthcare
The ability of more than one person to interact professionally with a common goal of improving service delivery to patients is essential in achieving the objective of increasing patient satisfaction at places of work. The study indicates that the ability of healthcare professionals to work as a unit is a key component to better offer medical services to situations where populations that require health services are relatively larger compared to the workforce available to provide the medical services. The main elements of teamwork demand enhanced communication and cooperation among health care service providers to achieve more productivity from the conventional services offered through services such as nursing.
In that light, the paper aims at finding out the potential significance of cooperation and collaboration in nursing as a profession much to the attempts to achieve the objectives mentioned like improving patient care services and improving recovery rates in patients. Communication as a function of teamwork. The various patient interface. The modern healthcare comprises a multifaceted and dimensional health process in delivering health services to patients in a health organization with professionals skills at different levels. In that regard, it is important to note that effective clinical and nursing to patients in the health facilities be communicated effectively and efficiently so that critical information in their accuracy is transferred from one staff to the next.
As such, working as a unit in the quest to deliver adequate health care to the patients is essential and considered a necessity so that goals of ensuring patient safety and increased recovery are achieved in a better and timely manner. Again, working with one another in a collaborative form gives room for explicit orders and minimization of information misinterpretation which generally is caused by negligence and laxity on the part of staff members in the organization delivering health services to the patients. Benefits of teamwork for health stakeholders.
The benefits of collaboration and working as a unit healthcare are crosscutting to both parties involved in health care who mostly comprise the patients, nurses, physicians and health organization board members together with the support staff. Benefits to the nurses. A study by the world health organization indicates that working as a unit in the healthcare facilities requires each involved practitioner learn to respect one another’s perspective so that a sense of teamwork is realized. Healthcare outcomes are predetermined by many independently functioning units and individuals who determine the kind of patient outcomes.
In that light, the results can only be optimized when the involved parties subject themselves to an interactive teamwork with a common interest being maximizing patient recovery. Patient-centred service delivery, therefore, requires that a high level of professional partnership from the patient’s bedside right to the management boardrooms is implemented.
In conclusion, it is evident from the above discussions that particular attention in medical practice and nursing should be given to teamwork and collaboration of different independent stakeholders apart from improving aspects of technology and facilities. The key ingredient to effective results in the endeavours to implement working as a unit health policy is sufficient and proper channelled communication in delivering of information. Health human resources should in that regard foster methods of carrying out teamwork so that an opportunity to enhance and achieve better clinical outcomes with regards to patient care is realized.