For a medical institution, poor quality of services would be disastrous to the organization since it would lower the output and reputation of the hospital. In this regard, the management has to prioritize quality improvement measures to improve healthcare services that the facility offers. Therefore, this proposal highlights the problems, which the hospital faces. It also proposes and discusses quality improvement measures that the hospital should implement to increase its growth, overcome numerous challenges it faces, and enhance patient’s safety.
QM is an organizational framework that boosts a person’s progress and a company’s competencies. QM insists on the need for a systemic loom of talent management, which embraces clear policy to empower staff and improve their creativity.
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