Innovative Delivery Care Models in the Healthcare

Innovative Nursing Care Models

Innovative Delivery Care Models (IDCMs) have made it possible for caregivers to become effective health coordinators (Sullivan, 2013). The first IDCM is “taking a team-leadership strategy to interdisciplinary care” (Sullivan, 2013, p. 28). This model encourages caregivers to embrace the power of leadership and teamwork. This model encourages the use evident-based ideas in an attempt to achieve the best goals. The second model focuses on “improving satisfaction, cost, and quality” (Stanhope & Lancaster, 2012, p. 58). This model supports modern technologies in an attempt to improve the quality of care.

Applying this Week’s Reading to My Specialty Area

The American Nursing Association (ANA) offers unique scopes and standards of practice. Nursing practice “should be critical towards supporting the needs of families, communities, and populations” (Sullivan, 2013, p. 37). I will always use this knowledge as a Registered Nurse (RN). I will always support the health needs of my patients in the emergency room. The ANA’s Guide to the Code of Ethics for Nursing identifies specific practices that dictate nursing practice. Caregivers must safeguard the rights of their clients. They should also safeguard the information of their clients. RNs must be selfless whenever treating their patients.

I will always consider the nonnegotiable codes of practice. The approach will make me a competent provider of quality care. According to the ANA’s Nursing’s Social Policy Statement, “nursing is a pivotal profession that focuses on the best ideas towards improving the health status of the public” (Stanhope & Lancaster, 2012, p. 75). I will achieve this goal by providing quality and efficient care in my practice.

Effective Model

The second Innovative Delivery Care Model can address the future demands of the elderly. The model improves the level of satisfaction thus reducing every case of obesity. The model uses modern ideas and technologies in order to reduce costs (ANA Issue Brief, 2014). The approach can also use information technologies. The practice will eventually address the needs of informative-savvy patients.

Applying the Model to the ANA’s Scope of Nursing

The above model can also support the roles of different nurses. For instance, the model seeks to improve satisfaction and quality. This strategy will support the above scopes and standards of nursing practice. The model also encourages caregivers to embrace the best ethics (ANA Issue Brief, 2014). The model also supports the ANA’s Social Policy Statement. The approach has the potential to improve the health condition of every patient.

Reference List

ANA Issue Brief: Information and Analysis on Topics Affecting Nurses, the Profession and Health Care. (2014). Web.

Stanhope, M., & Lancaster, J. (2012). Foundations of Nursing in the Community: Community-Oriented Practice. New York, NY: Mosby.

Sullivan, E. (2013). Effective Leadership and Management in Nursing. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.