Practicum Applying Key Interventions to a Practice Problem

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&nbspPracticum:Applying Key Interventions to a Practice Problem

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Practicum:Applying Key Interventions to a Practice Problem

Delayon discharging surgical patients from doctor`s facility is along-standing basic issue. Length of remain for general surgicalpatients is affected by numerous factors. These factors incorporateimmediate and roundabout restorative impacts, for example, sittingtight for examinations and making home courses of action (Majeed,Williams,Pollock, Amir, Liam, Foong, &amp Whitaker,2012). One of the problems is that the government hospitals usuallyconcentrate more on admission than discharge. A study was done on thein-depth analysis of patient delays showed that most postponedreleases came about because of joined social and treatment deferral,or social specialist or downstream bed delays. Their reviewdemonstrates that 18% of postponed release days are the aftereffectof the absence of a suitable downstream bed (restoration, mind homeor other). Release postponements are exorbitant for healing centersand discouraging for patients (Hendy, Patel, Kordbacheh, Laskar, &ampHarbord, 2012). In another study, they used a series if six sigmamethods, and noticed that the discharge time was decreased by 22%(El-Eid, Kaddoum, Tamim, &amp Hitti, 2015).

Thisstudy finds out that by the use of the six sigma method the remaintime can be reduced significantly. The development of policies thatforce the government hospitals to be keener on discharge time is alsovery crucial in this case. It is imperative to note that surgicalpatients need to be accorded more concentration when it comes totheir discharge. Improving the discharge time for surgical patientsis very important as it improves their recovery process. Mostimportant for medics is the realization that not all patients areinterested in staying in hospitals and their discharge is a veryimportant aspect to the recovering process.

References

El-Eid,G., Kaddoum, R., Tamim, H., &amp Hitti, E. (2015). ImprovingHospital Discharge Time.&nbspMedicine,&nbsp94(12),e633. http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/md.0000000000000633

Hendy,P., Patel, J., Kordbacheh, T., Laskar, N., &amp Harbord, M. (2012).In-depth analysis of delays to patient discharge: a metropolitanteaching hospital experience.&nbspClinicalMedicine,&nbsp12(4),320-323. http://dx.doi.org/10.7861/clinmedicine.12-4-320

Majeed,M., Williams, D., Pollock, R., Amir, F., Liam, M., Foong, K., &ampWhitaker, C. (2012). Delay in discharge and its impact on unnecessaryhospital bed occupancy.&nbspBMCHealth Services Research,&nbsp12(1),410. http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1472-6963-12-410