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MMHA 6700- Describes how and where reciprocal inhibition might be used to improve

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Topic: Management
Due on: 07/29/2016
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This week’s reading suggests that reciprocal inhibition is a good strategy to change reinforcers in the health care system and that “culture eats strategy.

Considering your organization, or a health care organization you are familiar with, write a 3- to 4-page paperthat:

  • Describes how and where reciprocal inhibition might be used to improve patient outcomes in quality and improve patient safety.
  • Explains how using reciprocal inhibition may be an improvement in the culture of quality. Include any steps that will foster a culture of quality in an organization to become a high-reliability organization.
  • Recommend at least one strategy for overcoming the challenges of fostering a culture of high reliability.
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