Clinical Leadership and Management


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In some recent years, it has been noticed that palliative care, as well as hospice programs, have been grown with rapid fashion due to the growth of the population who are living with chronic as well as debilitating and also in life-threating illness with the clinician interest with some effective approaches for the means of caring the patients. There are some other chronic diseases that have been rapidly growing, and those patients need some urgent care and typical care, sometimes for rehabilitation care. In this scenario, the interdisciplinary team, like nurses and other subordinates, doctors, professions in medicine, social workers, chaplaincy, counselor and other healthcare professionals are seen to be working together forming a team like structure forgive relief from the suffering as well as they support in the best possible quality of life in case of those patients who are facing serious life- threating illness. The main objective of this team is to identify as well as address the physical, practical burdens along with the psychological or spiritual cause of the illness. This study focusses on the quality of the team management so that how they resolve the issue regarding the clinical problems as well as what are the other measures they are taken in any critical situation while they are working as a team under a leader. At the conclusions, there is the discussion of the results whether these measurements are justifiable or not.


The article referred here “Relationships of organizational culture, teamwork and the job satisfaction in inter-professional teams” by Mirjam Korner, Markus. A. Wirtz, Jurgen Bengel, and Anja S. Goritz has specifically written over the situation of the clinical management and the inside job culture within a healthcare organization. In the background, there is an indication of the significance of team effectiveness under the situation of caring critical disease under the supervision of physicians, nurses, psychologists, dieticians, physiotherapists, social workers, psychotherapists along with sports therapists. All of them mentioned here are needed to be work as an effective team otherwise the whole system will fall at any time. For this reason, a model has been prescribed as an input-process-output model or IPO model which has described the impact of the input, like organizational culture, task design, team composition as well as the structure of the communication. The most important for this model to be effective, the communication and coordination with each other as well as the respect and conflict leadership are most important things to take care [1].
Moreover, IPO models are considered as a heterogeneous model as per its structure where this study has emphasized on the interpersonal teamwork which is very influencing under the organizational culture. This culture is thus considered as per the precondition of the teamwork, and this is defined as its shared values, perceptions as well as the beliefs that held by those employees who are working within the healthcare firm. This clinical culture should also try to reach as per the job satisfaction of the leaders and team members. The main motto of this team management is to implement the interventions, patient safety as well as the quality improvement along with the performance [2]. Sometimes, it may be required to focus on only the professional group or the nurses. In this scenario, from this study, it can also be known that organizational culture also is found to be influenced how better the implementation of the interventions has been provided to improve the process as well as the guidelines. Some few questionnaires are also needed to be followed by the management team so that the hospital culture is following the culture as well as the clinic specific setting within its periphery [3]. 
Likewise, this study also defines the inter-professional teamwork as the key feature for the need of a cure from the chronic care. As per this referred report, the team workers should follow the participatory, coordinated as well as the collaborative approach in the case to share the decision among themselves on behalf of the health as well as the social issues.
Additionally, this study especially specifies the inter-professional versus the multi-professional teamwork approach which is the most necessary part of achieving the treatment goals. In these cases, the physicians are needed to determine as well as to delegate the treatment options with other health professionals in one –way system or bilateral the interaction process between the professionals [4].
Therefore, from, the above discussion, it can be better come to the point that, the study is only trying to focus on the work process how the effect the healthcare professional team should follow the structure of the model which would be followed by them for a better quality of work process.

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As this referred article is only emphasized on the work process which is followed by the team professionals in the health organizations, in that sense, this report is significant enough to follow the process for the betterment of work. To proof the prescribed model to be effective, there is a statistical analysis has been carried out on the basis of SPSS data analysis. 
A questionnaire is followed among the 272 participants of the healthcare teams from the medical rehabilitation clinics, and thus the samples are taken on the basis of the job tenure, employment, professionals as well as the gender and age groups. Also, the correlation marks are indicated the local dependency among the participatory leadership style as well as the trust within the employees. It also measures the co-operation as well as the agreements and also the respect as well as the communication. In this system, the professionals are requested to follow the modified confirmatory model which is also acceptable for the achievement of the better job satisfaction matter [1].
Additionally, from this study, there is an empirical finding which is based on the influence of the organizational culture as well as the inter-professional teamwork.
This theoretical model is thus developed to clarify the organizational culture is a very effective way so that it can support the teamwork on the basis of the ability as well as the working professionals.
Finally, it has been found that the study also emphasizes on some specific strength which is defined under the multi-center study and thus confirmed within a good model to be fit in. the theory also based on the knowledge of the health care professionals on the behalf of their job satisfaction. The study thus investigates the construct and interdependent structure for the ultimate success of the management group [5].


From the above discussion, it is thus concluded that the clinical management theory should be constructive in nature as the team work is the most important part to achieve the goal of the job part. The team professionals are also needed to act in a disciplinary way so that the patient can get relief from their problem as soon as possible. The intervention of the model should follow the model which is prescribed by the leaders within the organization. 


[1] Mirjam Korner, Markus. A. Wirtz, Jurgen Bengel, and Anja S. Goritz. Relationships of organizational culture, teamwork and the job satisfaction in inter-professional teams. BMS Health Services Research. [2015]; 15:243
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