Workflow Process Analysis in Nursing
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Workflow analysis often reveals redundant tasks, bottlenecks, and opportunities for more automation.
The entire process is aimed at improving efficiency. Take a fresh look at your workflows as if you were an impartial outsider. Indeed, many companies even hire consultants to do this for them. Ask yourself whether modified or even completely different workflows could be more effective. Get as much input as possible from the people involved in each process. You may find that they have already identified areas that are holding them up and preventing them from delivering greater productivity. The more input the people who execute workflows have, the more easily they will accept any changes you ultimately decide to make.
By putting your own daily routine under the same scrutiny you can improve your productivity and get more done in less time, leaving you with more time to either work on what matters or do the things you love.