New AHRQ Report Examines Impact of Human Resources Patterns on Quality and Safety
A new AHRQ-funded report, Promoting Safety and Quality Through Human Resources Practices, examines the growing support for a link between innovative human resources staffing patterns and improvements in safety and quality in health care settings. The report features the results of five case studies conducted with health care organizations with strong reputations for human resources management based on high-performance work practices. Key findings included the importance of engaging staff with an organization’s mission, vision, goals, and objectives; empowering frontline staff; hiring and placing staff based on competencies and organizational fit, rather than just on formal training; holding leaders accountable for organizational objectives; and using a high-performance organizing framework, such as Six Sigma or Lean production to clarify the link with quality and safety outcomes led by researchers at Ohio State University, the report also lays the groundwork for future research to establish a more definitive link between high-performance work practices and quality outcomes. Select to access the report and select to access a tool derived from this project, Using Workforce Practices to Guide Quality Improvement: A Guide for Hospitals.
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(PDF) Sesión 23, ponente invitada Nelly M. Robles García, “Más allá de Monte Albán: arqueología y gestión del conjunto monumental de Atzompa, Oaxaca", El Colegio Nacional, Ciudad de México, 22 de abril de 2021. VISIT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_6l2nErt-M0 | Leonardo López Luján - Academia.edu
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