Interprofessional collaboration & outcomes management for quality | interprofessional Collaboration and management outcomes for Quality
The M-APR model is an excellent diagnostic tool for assessing patient involvement in their own care. In the mentioned situation, I would begin by assessing the current level of involvement which includes determining how much information patients and families are provided regarding their condition as well as any treatment options available to them. Additionally, it is important to understand their personal beliefs and values in order to ensure they feel comfortable making decisions related to their care.
Once this assessment has been completed, strategies can be developed for improving patient involvement such as increasing access to educational materials or providing more individualized counseling sessions with doctors and nurses. Additionally, healthcare providers should strive to create an open dialogue between themselves, patients, caregivers and families in order to foster collaboration and shared decision-making when discussing treatment plans. By following these steps and applying the M-APR diagnostic model, healthcare organizations can work towards creating a culture that places greater emphasis on patient engagement which will ultimately lead to improved outcomes overall.