The logic of nursing mentorship and efficiencies of health care delivery reflects the desire to focus on strategic communication measures to affect the use of technology in providing care. One such technology is the magnetic resonance imaging. The complexity of the health care system characterizes a wide range of economic, regulatory, and management processes (Coombs, 2014). It is imperative that all stakeholders must embrace strategic resources that allow the provision of utilizing technological pathways. The assistance and connection between technology, patients, and healthcare providers must be guided by the framework, which enhances the efficient cooperation of all stakeholders. Therefore, success relates to effective communication of the importance and effective use of the technology.
Implementation of Communication
According to Crotty (2017), it is imperative for leaders in healthcare organizations to formulate a plan for effective communication, both inside and outside the organization. Such a plan clearly depicts that messages that the leader intends to communicate as well as the different stakeholders of the healthcare organization that are targeted by the message. Coombs (2014) posits that there are several elements of effective communication in healthcare. Particularly, effective communications implies that the medical professionals in healthcare arrive at a shared understanding of circumstances, and in many cases, a shared understanding of appropriate courses of action. In addition to this, it is significant for the health care professionals to be presented with valid and timely information that they require to effectively and properly fulfill their functions in healthcare organizations. Crotty (2017) purports that the utilization of medical jargon, sketches, and acronyms influences communication in healthcare institutes since it determines how well information and data is shared in the healthcare institute.
The schematic diagram below establishes the process from which the project manager can educate the staff and members of the public on the effective use of magnetic resonance imaging machine. Building on the strategic pathways of communication, the flowchart offers a concise model, which the members of the team should follow in formulating the success in the use of the new technology in the health care.
Team Working, Obstacle, and Solutions
Effective communication is anchored on collaboration between the team. Therefore, to promote the use of magnetic resonance imaging among stakeholders, there is a need for ongoing education on the use of technology. The initiative can help improve the ability of various stakeholders to collaborate with other members of the team, partners, staff, and consultants both remotely and in person. The coordination across the project allows for a comprehended and cost effective emphasis on communicating the technical and human resource elements for promoting the efficiency in the use of magnetic resonance imaging. Among the main obstacles in the process, include resistance to change. However, this can be addressed by educating the stakeholders on the importance of the system and involving them from the adoption to the implementation phase.
Strengthening background situation interactivity between magnetic resonance imaging and the teams is imperative. Indeed, the approach creates more accurate and consistent communication using the standardized guideline, processes, and challenges on the use of magnetic resonance imaging. The project manager can delegate roles to each member of the team, an approach that clearly maps the common position on the usage of the magnetic resonance imaging; hence, establishing the baseline for each member of the team to communicate with one another on the challenges and successes of using the machine. There is a need to assign specific roles, tasks, and responsibility. In fact, this tactic allows the project team members to understand the essential components of the magnetic resonance imaging with respect to the shared responsibility and communication.
Sharing feedbacks to understand risks and work towards improvement is important. From the flowchart above, it emerges that effective communication between healthcare personnel should be characterized by information that is “Accurate, Complete, Clear, Concise, and Concrete” (Crotty, 2017). Complete information is that which satisfactorily responds to all questions asked by healthcare experts; ‘concrete’ implies that the words utilized by healthcare personnel in their communication are specific and precise. Accuracy in communication implies that the level and register of language used in communication is suitable in the contexts applied and that it neither discriminates nor patronizes a particular group. Clarity in communication is depicted by the utilization of short and recognizable conversational words to form and pass across effective messages. The conciseness in communication embodies the shortening of exclusion of wordy expressions that are not relevant to the process of communication.
The effort of the project manager is to consult with team members and highlight the principles of effectively using magnetic resonance imaging. The manager must handle communication from the dimension of holistic care approach that extensively pays emphasis on the personal values, technical aspects, and workplace situations. Therefore, this approach justifies the consultation of the manager with team members since the model allows for the use of resources, support, and knowledge that every client requires for collaborative decision-making processes for effective care. The foundation of organizational development and professional growth in the health care system is constructed particularly on a complex framework that underscores the contemporary leadership issues.
The dimensions that analyze the problem in the case above is effectively built in root cause analysis, establishing the foundation of the problem in a bid to map out the solutions within the management and execution of health care principles. In the contemporary health care setting, the more educated healthcare practitioners are, the wider professional and effective they are within the spectrum of health care delivery. In essence, the changes in nursing care are anchored on the regulations to improve not only the safety but also the quality of health care delivery.