NURS FPX 6614 Assessment 2

NURS FPX 6614 Assessment 2

NURS FPX 6614 Assessment 2 Enhancing Performance as Collaborators in Care Presentation

Today, we gather to explore a fundamental aspect of healthcare delivery: Interprofessional collaboration. As frontline executives in care, we acknowledge that not only reaching out to our fellow healthcare professional is expected, but it is the backbone for high quality, safe and coordinated care (Smith & Johnson, 2020). In this presentation, WE are going to explore the value of interprofessional collaboration focusing on how this facilitates delivery of care to patients.  As a result, the health outcomes for patients are improved through health care team work. Journeying with you along the way, it is vital that the purpose is not just for theory strike or concepts alone, but to have its relevance to provide the action needed based on knowledge. Here, we want to bring data into life is to translate that into a practical approach that would revolutionise our healthcare example and increase the quality of the care offered to the patients. Throughout this presentation, we will identify all the actions that need to be taken to make interprofessional cooperation work in accordance with the evidence-based framework.

Steps to Improve Interprofessional Collaboration

In the eyes of evidence-based practice, we will talk about populace care and the way interprofessional cooperation can be improved. I’d like to touch the basics first. Before diving into specific strategies, it is essential to first stop, check, and challenge the implicitly made assumptions that are responsible for the situation.

Identifying Assumptions:


Hence, all healthcare providers should have an in-depth knowledge of their roles and duties through the collaborative network available.


Sometimes, a professional does not have a clear vision of his role, and therefore, an external conflict can easily be generated. It becomes constructive that roles and expectations are clearly clarified (Smith&Johnson, 2021).


There is the reality that communication is a requirement in more than just teamwork.


The most prevalent problem is related to gaps in communication systems, pertaining to disparities in communication strategies, hierarchies, and professional terminologies. Continuous attempts by the administration to broaden communications pathways are indispensable (Brown et al., 2020).


The combination of different healthcare professions in one team constitutes the basis for principally better results.


Tracking is not enough to ensure that you will achieve the required results. It is a collaboration that may be critical rather than quality of collaboration, however it is important for effective collaboration. So, the process should imply the creation of a culture of collaboration and constant improvement, which is also vital (Jones& Lee, 2019).

Suggestions for Improving Outcomes:

Role Clarification and Training:

Conduct regular workshops or training sessions for everyone to give everyone some sense of their role, responsibility, and boundaries within the collaborative setting. Furthermore, develop continuing professional education to provide the staff with continuous updates on current practices (Smith et al., 2020).

Enhanced Communication Strategies:

Build up the team’s communication process by using the standardised communication protocol called (Situation, Background, Assessment, and Recommendation), as a tool for transmitting the information among the members clearly. Support active listening and open-mindedness as a means for mitigating. Justice professionals and policymakers need to prioritise certain initiatives to mitigate the unconscious bias within bail systems to ensure a fair and equitable approach.

Educational Services and Resources

As part of the strategy of combatting the disparities in the healthcare system while identifying the unique educational needs of the targeted population, the educational services and resources utilized must be tailored to the specific needs of the people. These ways of making healthy information within the reach of individuals help them become active so they can make certain decisions about their health.

Selected Educational Services:

Workshops and Seminars:

Schedule regular workshops and seminars on the upcoming health-related issues in which the local population is informed. These interactive forums allow for interactions between individuals and healthcare professionals and further the questions and active communication relating to the strategies for health improvement (Smith et al., 2021).

Health Education Materials:

Creating and disseminating educational pamphlets, brochures, and droplets guiding the services unhealthy practices, measures of preventing and the access to healthcare resources. The dissemination and provision of such information to individuals in accessible formats such as audio and videos also enables them to revisit key pieces of information learned at their convenience, thereby building and reinforcing their health literacy (Johnson & Brown, 2020).

Online Resources:

Create an online website or platform that individuals can use to view learning resources such as articles, podcasts, webinars, and interactive tools. This digital hub is the chief communication resource that contributes to diverse education needs and allows them to last by providing knowledge even beyond formal healthcare settings (Lee & Garcia, 2022).

Plans to Collaborate and Partner with Interprofessional Team Members

Networking and teamwork within the interprofessional collaboration are vital for implementing holistic and coordinated care through the provision of care based on population. By using healthcare experts’ experiences and perspectives different from others, we can reach optimised conditions and thus improve the quality of healthcare (Smith & Johnson, 2021). We will succeed in the holistic care definition by taking the partnership and teamwork of all interprofessional members into account. Through the combination of our knowledge and resources, we are not only capable but are able to resolve big healthcare problems and provide patient-centred care services to our patients that meet a wide range of their needs (Brown et al., 2020). The alignment projects that we are going to implement will be tools that help provide a clear dialogue, eliminate duplications of similar processes, and improve care standards. We intend to accomplish this through regular interdisciplinary conferences, approved care coordination protocols, and reasonable use of technology. This is envisioned to be a manner in which patient care becomes highly systematised.

An implementation approach to suit our interdisciplinary collaboration is arranged in such a way as to ensure that every member of our interprofessional team can provide his or her input in patient-centred care. Guided by a schedule of frequent integrative meetings, health team members of different specialties meet and discuss the possible approaches and devise individualised plans for particular patients. These encounters provide areas where the exchange of knowledge can flow.  Through them, open communication can be promoted to ensure that patients receive continuous care across various platforms (White & Miller, 2021).

Another point is that through the creation of the uniform care coordination procedures we give a clear directive with roles, responsibilities and the lines of communication that are or should be used for the team members. Through these protocols, the processes are going to flow faster, devoid of duplication of efforts; at the same time, the quality is being enhanced, and therefore, in the end, patients’ outcomes are being improved. Moreover, digital communication technologies find applications in the forms of secure messaging platforms and telehealth applications so that geographical impediments are overcome, and communication over long distances is facilitated, as in remote or multi-central care provision.

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Outcomes of the New Process for Improved Interprofessional Collaboration

The introduction of a new multidisciplinary process that intends to improve interprofessional collaboration might produce various significant positive effects such as the improvement of care delivery and the population’s well-being. We foresee substantial enhancements in care delivery and care results, but we also need to bring to light the assumptions we have or uncertainties that may hinder the realisation of these outcomes.

Proposed Outcomes:

Enhanced Patient Safety and Quality of Care: By supporting positive teamwork within the interprofessional field, we should see a decrease in medical errors, adverse events and other undesirable complications in the field. With better interpersonal communication, coordination, and joint/shared decision-making, healthcare professionals work together to see to it that each patient gets holistic, high-quality care that is customised according to each one’s unique health concern(Smith & Johnson, 2021).

Improved Health Outcomes:

An efficient care plan, a collaborative effort and coordinated interventions will yield better health outcomes and reduced adverse impact among the populations we serve. The social factors that impact health will be tackled, and preventative measures for chronic illnesses will be encouraged, as well as prompt access to care so as to achieve better management of chronic conditions, lower rates of hospital readmissions, and improved general health (Brown et al., 2020).

Enhanced Patient Experience and Satisfaction:

The important role played by inter-professional networking in terms of continuum-of-care, helping in avoiding fragmentation and improving patient outcomes, can be appreciated in the dynamics of the overall patient experience. Through shared decision-making and care planning, including patients in the care process, we build patient-centred care that enables self-management and adherence to treatment plans (Jones & Smiths, 2019).

Scope and Standards of Practice for Care Coordination

In the process of bringing about improvements in this interprofessional collaboration and care coordination for the given population, it’s if great importance to address the ethical issues arising from the adjustments. By abiding by the boundaries of the ethical code and care coordination standards, we can make sure that our practices not only address the welfare of our patients but also include the principal ethics of beneficence, respect for autonomy, justice, and nonmaleficence. This is done by integrating scholastic aid to authenticate the ethics and data of the issue being dealt with.

Ethical Considerations:


We believe that beneficence is the base on which our practice is built on.  This involves us in an active promotion of our patients’ interests and the best possible health outcomes. We work on building up interprofessional collaboration and care coordination as we support patient outcomes, decrease healthcare inequalities and perfect the service delivery of high-quality and patient-centred care (Smith & Johnson, 2021).


We always bear in mind the importance of respecting patient autonomy as the moral base of our care coordination efforts. Patients are acknowledged the phenomenon of their ability to be informed on health and medical service preferences and choices. By making decisions open to sharing, respecting patient values, and giving people the power to participate in their healthcare planning and decision-making as co-decision makers (Brown et al., 2020), we equip individuals to actively participate in such processes.


To function as a just society, we must endeavour to create conditions where healthcare access is not only available but is also equal for each one of our community members. We seek to implement policy reforms that shall lead to increased interprofessional collaboration and longevity of care coordination.  Through this, it will be possible to tackle healthcare disparities, eliminate the barriers to access and restore equity in healthcare resource distribution (Jones & Smith, 2019).


In a nutshell, the trek to enrich ourselves in the teamwork with others was driven by the principles which were aimed towards excellent services, compassion and the use of ethical practice. Our strength lies in our footings that are a result of careful research, smart planning, and teamwork.  Therefore, we can come up with innovative care delivery strategies that focus on patients’ primary needs. As we reach the end of the speech we must acknowledge the extreme significance of interprofessional collaboration in order to provide safe, superior, and coordinated care. Through the examination of measures reinforcing cooperation, selecting educative services and tools suited to our population, summarizing the plan once more to cooperate with the interdisciplinary team, proposing the desired outcomes of the process, and responding to ethical concerns, we have shown to the fullest the fact that we are aiming to upbringing of the best practices in care coordination.

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