Effective Teams Create Enhanced Patient Outcomes
When your clinic has an effective team, the end result is enhanced patient outcomes. Having an effective team is crucial for continued improvement and allows clinic teams to work at their full potential and get things done! Check out this recent article on team effectiveness to identify some key opportunities to focus your efforts in building a highly functional team-based approach to care delivery.
Adaptive Reserve Survey
With the evolution of healthcare in Alberta to a more patient-centred model, what sense might you have of your clinic team’s ability to make and sustain the required changes? AIM Alberta provides clinics with a tool to capture a snapshot in time of the current state of your team functioning. This will assist in highlighting simple, effective areas of improvement to create the conditions to build and manage the team’s capacity for change. A one week period (Monday – Friday) is allotted for a healthcare team to complete the survey.
- Creating a Team Charter
- Establishing Norms
- Leveraging Team Diversity
- Building Trust (in development)
- Managing Tension and Conflict (in development)
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