The financial aspect that needs to be addressed within the proposal is the possibility of reducing the cost of medical services for the target population. This factor is significant as hospitals that are under financial pressure and shortage of resources provide lower-quality care, resulting in worse patient outcomes (Akinleye et al., 2019). The proposal can have a direct positive impact on this aspect through the description of practices for more efficient allocation of both human and material resources. This strategy will reduce the cost per patient, making funding more flexible. The indirect impact, in this case, will be a focus on disease prevention, which in the long term implies a significant reduction in health care costs.
The qualitative aspect includes several indicators that need to be improved to provide better care. These include reductions in mortality rates, readmissions, and increases in patients’ living standards and their healthcare outcomes. In particular, improving patient safety is a priority, which is influenced by many factors. Quality care requires “prevent errors, learn from the errors that do occur, and create a culture of safety that involves health care professionals, organizations, and patients” (About health care quality, n.d). The proposal can directly bring down this indicator through the promotion of collaboration of various specialists and interdisciplinary research. Additionally, patient safety can be increased through innovation and increased involvement of healthcare professionals in evidence-based practice.
The most important clinical aspect is the prevalence of sufficiently skilled and knowledgeable health workers to conduct more effective practice. In the context of a shortage of medical professionals, this aspect is most acute. The proposal will directly address this factor through promoting of advanced training for medical workers, as well as optimizing their work. These aspects will enable them to participate more effectively in the provision of care and improve patient outcomes. The indirect impact can also have a long-term effect in the form of an overall improvement in the professionalism of the healthcare system medical staff.
About health care quality. (n.d). Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion.
Akinleye, D. D., McNutt, L. N., Lazariu, V., & McLaughlin, C. C. (2019). Correlation between hospital finances and quality and safety of patient care. PlosOne, 14(8), 1-19.