7055SOH Leading in Complex Health Systems

1.0 Introduction to Innovation context

Healthcare is one of the problems in India. Significant advancement is made by India for health care in urban areas. But there are no proper services in rural areas of India. Hence the people of rural areas of India suffer very much. Huge disparities remain and the healthcare systems of rural areas are one of the huge challenges in India. The system for the treatment of patients in rural India provides better service to the people of rural India. Due to the pandemic situation in 2020, the problems regarding health have been increased. People of urban areas are getting various types of facilities but the people of rural India are not getting such facilities to improve their condition. Due to Covid-19 maximum people in rural areas died due to the lack of a proper system of health care. Therefore improvement is needed.

Without the implementation plan, the health condition of the people in rural India cannot be developed. Covid-19 is a new hazard in today’s environment. This disease spread from china. Millions of people are affected due to this communicable disease. The economy and environment of a country are affected by this disease. During this pandemic situation, there are not enough seats in hospitals for treatment. For this reason, many people died without getting any kind of treatment. Hence it is a great problem in today’s environment. A sufficient system is to be developed for the treatment of people in India. The rural areas of India faced a lot of issues in the pandemic situation. Sufficient resources, medicines, vaccines are not there in rural areas. Therefore the people faced a lot of problems in rural areas.

 

2.0 Discussion

2.1 Innovation proposition

Health is wealth. This phrase is used to describe the importance of health. But the present situation of India is not so good. The people of rural areas are not getting sufficient facilities for treatment. Health can be defined as the metabolic and functional efficiency of living beings. In general, it is the condition of the body and mind of a people. Good health is free from any kind of disease, pain or injuries (Schreiberet al. 2018). The “world health organization” has described the definition of health. It is the state of mental, physical and it is free from any kind of injuries or diseases. The system of health care means to serve the people of rural and urban areas of India. The policies of national health were developed by the ‘Parliament of India” in 1983. It was updated in the year 2002. The management of health care means the appropriate system to develop the treatment system of the people of India (Busettoet al 2018). At present, it is seen that the people of India are using private sectors of medicine for their treatment.

Hence “public medical sector” is very much popular than the public medical sector”. There are various types of facilities in the private sector. But there are not so many facilities in public sectors. Malnutrition is a serious problem in India. It causes various types of disease. It is a condition that is caused by an unbalanced diet. The wrong proportion of nutrients is the main cause of malnutrition. About 42 per cent of children in India are malnourished. The health of children should be developed properly. A systematic plan should be developed for their treatment(Strosberget al. 2017). More than half of the population of India belongs to rural areas. There are several factors that affect the proper treatment of people in rural areas. One of them is poverty. It is the main reason for the lack of treatment. Various types of communicable diseases can be seen in rural areas. The issues of female health in rural areas are given below

  1. Malnutrition: According to the tradition of India, women eat last. During lactating and pregnancy period, it is very much harmful. It is the main reason to decrease the health condition of women in rural India.
  2. Breast cancer: Breast cancer is another serious disease that is faced by women in India. The rate of breast cancer is increasing particularly in rural areas. It increases the rate of death. A proper treatment system is unavailable in rural areas. Therefore the rate of death is also increasing.
  3. Stroke: Sudden stroke is one of the problems that can be seen. If immediate actions are not taken then it causes death.
  4. PCOD: The rate of infertility can be increased with the serious health issue called” polycystic ovarian disease”. In this disease; there are small cysts that are seen in the ovary. It affects the ability of women to conceive (Capizziet al 2020).
  5. Maternal mortality: The rate of maternal mortality in India is higher than in any country in the world. The people of rural areas face these problems very much.

In order to address these kinds of issues and problems, innovation is required. It is needed to develop a suitable system to provide better services to the people of rural India.

 

 

 

2.2 Proof for innovation

This section will provide evidence for the improvement of rural health. There is a difference between developing countries and developed countries. One of the main differences between those countries is rural health. Rural health should be developed. Innovation is required for the system. Many countries are facing a lot of issues for rural health. In many countries like India, maximum people live in rural areas. But there are not so many resources for treatment(Van Rheenenet al. 2021). Availability of resources is necessary for the treatment. In urban areas, the stock of resources is much. Other issues can be seen in rural areas like communication systems, transportation systems.

Lack of skilled doctors and health professionals is another issue that is seen in remote and rural areas of India. The management of health care should develop an effective way to manage all the issues in rural areas. These areas need sufficient skilled nurses and doctors (Charalampakiset al 2018). The necessary skills of doctors are required. India spends a small amount of money on rural health care. The budget for rural health care should be increased. Sufficient resources are needed for the development. Training of professional re required. Hence innovative ideas are needed. The management should be properly developed to serve the people of India. These are the proofs for the innovation of health care in rural areas. Appropriate strategies should be adopted. The management should establish a proper schedule of innovative ways for the better treatment of people in rural areas.

 

 

2.3 Impact of the innovation

Innovation is required to improve the quality of services for the people. The people can get many facilities from the innovative ideas. The “government of India” should look after the problems of rural areas. Effective management should be developed for better services. The number of nurses and doctors should be increased in rural areas. The number of hospitals should be increased in those areas. The people of rural areas will be benefited from the innovative technologies of the medical industry (Wang et al. 2020). Communication can be eased between medical staff and patients. The cost of treatment can be eased by new technologies. The new technologies are very much helpful for the early prediction of various types of serious diseases. Hence the people can be benefited from this prediction. Appropriate methods of treatment can be adopted after the prediction of serious diseases.

If the training sessions are increased for the nurses and doctors then sufficient knowledge can be gathered. For this better treatment can be provided by them. In order to address communicable diseases like corona, the supply of medical kits, oxygen should be increased(Crockettet al 2019). These new methods will be very much helpful for patients. Further spread of the coronavirus can be stopped with the help of this method. Apart from this, the number of clinics in rural areas should be increased. These can create a good impact on the environment of rural areas. These are the impacts of new innovative ideas of medical industries. The equipment of medical industries should be implemented.

 

 

3.0 Implementation plan through Tools

To improve the services for health care innovative ideas are required. The management should establish various types of innovative ways to swerve the people of rural areas of India. Hence the role of management is huge in the medical industry. The innovative ways will be given in this section. For leadership is very much important. This section will discuss the Implementation strategies

3.1 SWOT analysis

The healthcare of India should be implemented for the meeting of the demands of people in rural and urban areas. Various types of communicable diseases are spreading and it affects the health of the citizen of India during Covid-19 pandemic.

Strengths

Remarkable services have been seen for Rajagiri hospital. These remarkable can attract many clients around the world. Outstanding and quick services are the strengths of this hospital.

 

Weakness

There are not so much branches of Rajagiri hospital in the rural areas. Thesepatients are not getting proper services. The patients from rural areas are facing a lot of problems. The shortage of physicians and doctors are seen in the rural areas. Therefore lack of braches of this hospital in rural areas is the weakness of this hospital

Opportunities

The healthcare system of rural areas can be improved with the help of Rajagiri hospital. This is an opportunity of this hospital. Maximum people of India belong to the rural areas. Therefore the healthcare system is to be well developed in those areas. It is an opportunity for this hospital.

Threats

Apart from this hospital, new hospitals are constructed in the rural areas of India. It is a threat for existing hospitals. On the other hand, transportation system is the threat of healthcare system of rural areas.

 

3.2 Concepts of management and leadership

Leadership is very much essentials for any kind of management. Leaders are the main pillar of any kind of organization. There are various types of leadership qualities. They can boost productivity. They are useful to inspire the teams. In this way, the goals of the organization can be achieved. The qualities of leaders should be increased in the medical sector. Strong leadership plays an important role in healthcare (Vanet al 2019). The population will be affected by the leadership qualities. Now there is very demand for an appropriate leader in the medical sector. Theleaders care needed in various types of medical organizations.

In these types of organizations, experienced doctors are required because they can guide the juniors. Thus the junior doctors can gather various types of knowledge regarding health care activities. In rural areas, the doctors are not experienced. Therefore to improve the skills of the doctors, leadership is needed. The leaders help to train other members for further leadership(Marehbianet al. 2017). Hence leadership is crucial for the medical industry. Apart from this other qualities are also there. These skills should be developed properly. The demand for experienced doctors and nurses is rising due to the global pandemic situation.

In this pandemic situation, sudden actions are needed. Quick decisions are needed for this pandemic situation. Hence effective leaders are needed to manage all the problems in the medical industry. Management is also needed for the medical industry. Effective management should be developed properly(Guldvoget al 2019). In order to manage all the problems in rural healthcare, the skills of doctors and nurses should be developed. The interaction between patient parties and doctors should be increased. Thus they can share all the problems with the doctors. In this way, the problems regarding poor health in rural areas of India can be solved.

3.3 Strategies for the innovation

The providers of healthcare services face different types of problems regarding treatment. The capabilities of the clinic are one of the major challenges in rural areas of India. There are not so many clinics for treatment. In urban areas, the numbers of clinics are comparatively high than the rural areas. There are various types of strategies that can be useful for implementation (Shahet al 2018). One of the effective ways is an investment. The capabilities of clinics and diagnostics centers should be increased. Innovative techniques can help to improve the reliability and speed of diagnosis.

Thus the success from treatment can be obtained. The time for a hospital stay is minimized by these types of technologies. As the “length of hospital stay” is reduced then the cost of treatment is also reduced by this. Novel medical processes and procedures can create an effect on the medical staff. It can reduce the workload; the knowledge of new technologies for treatment is also gathered. Highly customized and lower-cost medical technology should be used for the individual need of patients (Heath et al 2018). The number of effective staff and doctors are very much important because they can bring the organization to the top position. A smooth system can manage all the works in an organization.

Therefore the proper management can help to create such a systematic procedures systematic procedure. The transportation system should be properly developed. This can help to communicate with the doctors properly. In this way, the successful completion of treatment can be done. In the hospitals, the number of beds should be increased. Maintenance is required. For maintenance sufficient staffs should be hired. The waste materials should be removed from the medical sector properly (Ikedaet al 2019). The management should provide various types of training sessions to the staff regarding the bad effects of medical waste. Apart from this, a systematic procedure should be developed. Thus the relationship between patient parties and doctors can be made easily.

7055SOH Leading in Complex Health Systems

Figure 1: Implementation plan of the healthcare system of rural India

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3.4 PDSA cycle

7055SOH Leading in Complex Health Systems

Figure 2: PDSA cycle

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The primary focus of PSDA cycle is to provide a systematic idea to the management department to execute a task in a systematic manner. As health care department is a delicate and very important sector among various industries, proper implementation of PDSA cycle is necessary. PDAS model is primarily based on scientifically calculated models that can be configured accordingly for implementing in different industries. The steps of PDSA cycle is listed below in elaborated below:

Plan: In this step, objectives and process are established for the implementation of healthcare system. The planning is very much essential for the desired outcomes. This step provides the foundation of the project.

Do: After planning, the processes for implementation are performed. This step involves various levels of activities that are being performed to accomplish the project. This stage takes majority of the time and resources among others.

Study: Monitoring is necessary for the effectiveness of the implementation process. This step is very important as it ensures the sustainability and safety of the project. This stage is necessary as

Act: Further actions should be taken for the improvement of healthcare system.

Plan ·       Breaking down the difficulties which have emerged because of the fake medicines.

·       Organizing various types of meeting with stakeholders of the organization regarding various causes.

·       Mentoring the time scale, goals and resources.

·       Identification of various types of risks in this plan.

Do ·       Conducting different types of educational programs, camps regarding serious diseases.

·       Introducing new types of medicines to the customers.

·       Collecting feedbacks regarding the medicines from the customers and stakeholders.

·       Identification of issues and build an action plan against them.

Study ·       To examine the collected feedbacks from the customers and stakeholders.

·       To evaluate the whole procedure before implementation process.

Act ·       Implementation of new types of medicines for the patients and different hospitals.

·       Analysis of time for the whole procedure

Table 1: PDSA model

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The table which is created above represents the PDSA cycle of an ideal health care management system. At the first stage, various tasks have been considered for preceding the health care project in fluid manner. In next stage, actual activity has been executed with the help of available human resources and capital. After that stage, studying the executed activity is done. The last stage is very important as it is completely dependent on the previous one. In this stage, any encountered issue in health care management system is fixed.

4.0 Identification of successful implementation

The situation of the world is changing day by day. The business in the world is also changing. In order to manage the business, innovation is required. In the rural areas maximum people live. There are not so many facilities in rural areas for treatment (Khorgamiet al 2019). Various types of disease can be seen in rural areas. Therefore proper management should be developed in the medical sector. This management is very much helpful to get better services for the patients. Different types of technology are now used to provide better services to the patient parties. Robotics, the internet, artificial intelligence, healthcare aggregators are used to deliver better services to the people of rural areas. Innovative and latest technologies are used in each and every sector in the world. Medical is an important department in India. This department helps to serve the people of this country.

The latest technologies are very much helpful to build the relationship between doctors and patients. The awareness regarding health is increasing. Therefore the demand for various types of facilities is also increasing (Marehbianet al 2017). The healthcare department in India witnessed rapid growth due to various types of innovative ideas. The efficiency of the outcomes is also increased by the innovative solutions. The cost of treatment is reduced by these types of technologies and it provides quick treatment. Innovations of vaccines, drugs, telemedicine and diagnostics tests have increased in India(Saratzis et al. 2019). Due to these types of facilities, this sector of India has been increased. These innovative methods help to reduce various kinds of communicable diseases like corona. At present various types of equipment for diagnostics are advanced.

Due to the advancement of this type of equipment, the safety of patients is also increased. PET CT is one of the modern technologies that can be used to destroy cancer cells. This technology is very much helpful to identify non-cancerous diseases and cancerous diseases. The stage of cancer is also determined by this kind of new technology. Therefore doctors can suggest a better treatment for cancer patients. In this way, the risk of breast cancer among females in rural areas can be minimized (Sanghaet al 2017). Telemedicine is a tool that can be helpful to the people of rural and remote areas. Various types of innovative techniques like “portable electro gram machines, IoT ophthalmic equipment, blood glucose monitors, vital monitors, breast screening equipment” are helpful to get better service

5.0 Conclusion

In this section, the summary of the overall report will be concluded. The population of India is huge. A maximum number of people of India live in rural areas. Hence the density of population in the rural areas is high. The density of the population is very high so there are no proper facilities for treatment. The health of people in rural areas is affected due to various types of communicable diseases. These types of communicable diseases should be minimized. To reduce communicable diseases, strategies are needed.

Proper strategies can help the healthcare system of India. The management should be developed properly in the medical industry. A number of diagnostics centres should be developed in rural areas. Leadership qualities are essential to lead any kind of organization. It is also necessary for the medical industry. Availability of resources is very much important. In the rural areas, there are not sufficient resources. Hence it is needed to gather all the resources. The stock of medicines, vaccines should be increased. In this way, better services can be provided to the people of rural areas.

 

 

6.0 Recommendation

Various practitioners and experts made different recommendations. These recommendations are very much helpful for the future of the healthcare system. The people of rural areas are benefitted from the help of these future plans. The recommendations are given below in a listed manner:

  1. Investment should be increased for primary healthcare (Schreiberet al 2018).
  2. Encouragement is required for the states that provide poor allocations for healthcare.
  3. Training is necessary for physicians. The knowledge regarding equipment should be given to the nurses.
  4. A proper team is to be developed by the management to take care of patients. They should be supported through various kinds of activities like incentives, supervision, and skilling.
  5. Appropriate training sessions should be given to the staff of a medical organization.
  6. New innovative technologies are the solutions to improve the quality of healthcare.
  7. Enough training sessions should be given to the MBBS students to be a rural physician
  8. The pieces of training sessions should be increased to increase the number of nurses in rural areas.
  9. Allocation for postgraduate seats in rural areas should be increased.

 

 

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