In one page, I need to write a Reflective Journal Reflective Journal – Planning

In one page, I need to write a Reflective Journal
Reflective Journal – Planning a High Reliability Journey
High Reliability Mindset & Five Principles of High Reliability Organizations
In this video presentation, Frank Federico, BS, RPh, Executive Director, Institute for Healthcare Improvement brings it all together, in other words, the journey to high reliability. Mr. Federico introduces his presentation with the following question: Why do we want to take the journey to high reliability?
Federico, F. (n.d.). Bringing it all together: The journey to high reliability. Barnes Jewish Hospital, Washington University in St. Louis.  (37 min)
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Based on Mr. Federico’s presentation, How close or far away is your healthcare organization from the state of high reliability?
In your Reflective Journal answer the following questions:
How do the characteristics of your own organization compare with the journey to high reliability as described by Mr. Federico.
Describe your organization’s commitment to patient safety and high reliability.
Where does your healthcare organization currently stand on the journey to high reliability?
What is the healthcare organization’s plan or next steps on the high reliability journey?
The Journey to High Reliability
What is foundational?
Have clear aims that all can understand and support
Creating a world where patients and those who care from them are free from harm. National       Patient Safety Foundation (2014, January)
Strategic plan
Agree on the path
Use an improvement methodology
Build capability and capacity
Do not forget to engage middle managers
Understand the psychology of change
Portfolio management
Align with organizational aim?
Refine, refine and refine
Leadership at all layers of an organization
Individuals and families are partners in their care
Compete on value, with continuous reduction in operating cost
Reorganize services to align with new payment systems
Everyone is an ‘improver’
Design for resilience engineering
Error reduction: Hierarchy of controls
Standardization and simplification
Improvement methodology
Tool kit for improvement, e.g. Lean, Six Sigma, Model or Improvement/PDSA
Improvement is a way of life
High reliability processes
Safer health care through transparency
Between clinicians and patients, e.g. disclosure after a medical error
Among clinicians, e.g. peer review
With the public, e.g. public reporting of safety data
Among organizations, e.g. regional collaboratives
Psychological safety
Deference to expertise
Situational awareness and huddles
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