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Dimensions of Effective Microsystems

There are 8 dimensions of effective Microsystems. Which two (2) do you believe are the most important and why? Please provide examples.

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Thank you for choosing Brain Mass, and the opportunity to assist in this academic matter. While it is against Brain Mass policy to complete the assignment for you, additional information, examples, and guidance has been provided to assist in completing the assignment. To help meet your assignment goals more detailed information has been provided on each of the eight dimensions. The examples are designed to promote additional thought for expanding to role of each dimension. You should be able to choose the two you feel are most important and explain why from this information. Again, thank you for choosing Brain Mass.

Effective microsystems are comprised of eight dimensions.
1). Constancy of purpose

2). Investment in improvement
3). Alignment of role and training for efficiency and staff satisfaction
4). Interdependence of the care team to meet patient needs
5). Integration of information and technology into work flows
6). Ongoing measurement of outcomes

7). Supportiveness of the larger organization
8). Connection to the community to enhance care delivery and extend influence

1). Constancy of purpose is focused on expanding the aim of the larger system. Continuity is established between members of the microsystem, patient care, and the larger system. Constancy of purpose is an important factor when applied in all settings within an organization. Example: a general statement could be the purpose of the larger system is to provide quality care. The microsystem extends this purpose by insuring the highest degree of care is actually ...

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This solution of 957 words look at the eight dimensions of effective microsystems that provide optimal patient care in healthcare and explains each principle with examples. References used are included.