Any potential barriers you would anticipate encountering during
There are potential barriers that could be encountered during implementation of new protocols or medical practice guidelines, such as resistance from healthcare providers who may prefer to continue using existing practices and protocols that they are used to. There could also be challenges in terms of the cost associated with implementing new policies and procedures, as well as any potential inconveniences it might cause for patients. Additionally, there is a chance that some members of the population at large may have difficulty adapting to the changes if they find them too confusing or overwhelming.
Negative effects on the population at large due to these changes can include increased stress levels in those affected by them, lower patient satisfaction scores due to certain protocols being more difficult or time consuming than others, and possible delays in care depending on how quickly individuals are able to grasp and understand the new protocol being implemented. Furthermore, it is important for healthcare organizations to assess whether or not all affected parties can benefit from proposed changes before enacting anything which could result in further health disparities among already vulnerable populations if not properly addressed beforehand.