Quality measures are methods to appraise health care by using standards. The purpose of these measures are to make sure all patients get the right care at the appropriate time. Refer back to your Wk 1 Fishbone Diagram in the Quality Improvement: Preventable Errors assignment, and select two areas of improvement you focused on and identify quality measures that will help decrease a preventable error.
Write a 1,050-word action plan for your Quality Improvement Action Plan, identifying the steps you will take to implement the improvement.
Utilize the Quality Improvement Project Action Plan provided by the Office of Mental Health to guide you in completing your Quality Improvement Action Plan. Your outline should be structured to address the issue that needs to be changed, the impact the issue has on the organization’s quality, and how you will improve quality. You will also address the areas below in your outline, where appropriate:
o Compare and contrast quality measures that are appropriate for what you are looking to improve.
o Which measure did you select for your quality improvement, and why?
o What changes can you make that will lead to improvement? Include the PDSA Cycle in your response.
o Consider the organization’s mission and vision.
o Does the plan in your PDSA trials fit with the organization’s practice and model? For example, do they include thoughtful strategies that fit with the culture of your staff and patients?
o What are the internal and external influences to the organization for each problem? Use supporting details from the textbook to support your answer.
o How do you know a change is an improvement?
off. Abigail is a vengeful, manipulative, jealous, and over all just a bad person. Which brings her into being one of the other main causes of the trials. Of course John should have never gotten involved with her in the first place, but Abigail should have been a big enough person to respect him when he wanted to go back to his wife. Both of them together was a recipe for disaster. Abigail’s part in this is a little more twisted than johns. Unlike John, Abigail actually was practicing witch craft and even went as far as to put a curse on Elizabeth. Abigail accused multiple people of witchcraft, but her herself was never found guilty of it. She was a very good liar and master manipulator who could get her way out of any situation thrown at her. Even when she was the main cause. John and Elizabeth were just a bump in the road for her. Abigail does not care for anyone but herself and seems to have the reputation of spreading lies and destruction where ever she goes. The last and final reason John is to cause for the trials is because he prioritizes his reputation over his integrity. During the trials he wouldn’t admit the girls were lying, because then he would have to disclose information about his affair. He cared more about keeping his good name than clearing anyone else’s, until it was too late. He knows he’s a fraud but it’s important for him to keep his stamina so no one else will think of him that way. When John finally comes to terms with his integrity it is already too late, and the damage has been done. It isn’t until he gets to the gallows that he finds his pure ness and refuses to confess a lie to save his life. Maybe if he would’ve cared less about what others might say all of this trouble could’ve been avoided. In conclusion John proctor is responsible for the outbreak of the trials because of his affair, his act of pride, and because he values his reputation more than his integrity. Overall causing the outbreak of the trails. Abigail should be considered a main cause as well for her acts of; selfishness, lies, and manipulation throughout the play. The two of them together acted upon their desires and their lack of empathy for anyone besides themselves.>GET ANSWER