The parkway health care has 220 facilities in the southwestern United States, with an average of 115 beds per facility and a total of nearly 30,000 employees. In addition to health care facilities, it also provides skilled in-home nursing care. Parkway is seen as one of the best care facilities in the region, and it has won numerous awards for its achievements in the field.
Parkway’s clinical programs are founded on a reputation for quality outcomes and service excellence. There are more than 1,200 accredited medical specialists in heart and vascular, neuroscience, oncology, musculoskeletal, transplant and cellular therapy, women’s and children’s chronic disease management and surgery to support these clinical programs.
Holistic perspective on matters related to health are important and relevant, with so many perspectives interrelated and interdependent. This approach helps to identify priorities, where resources are limited, in tackling the basic causes of stress and preventing unnecessary damage. It makes for better team work and helps individuals to feel more confident.
The purpose of this assignment is finding a problems identified in parkway health care, the proposed changes resistances as well as a stress management plan aimed at developing a conductive environment for parkway to pursue its long term growth objectives.
There are a many types of resistances are effected to the parkway and also effected on long term progress of the company, also there are main problem of stress in employ and staff which can be resistance of the progress of our company.
The data on employee injuries, incidents, absences and turnover are shows that all of the data increased every year step by step these described that’s not good for company.
Injuries per staff member are slowly increases at year 2000 to 2007 as a 3.32% to 5.62% but quickly increases. these ratio in 2007-08 as a 5.62% to 7.12% and also near about same in 2009 as a 6.95% and incidents per patients ratio are also increase in last 10 years step by step as a 4.98% to 9.34%. It’s very high data of injuries to staff occur mostly because of back strains from lifting patients.
The incidents per patient are increases 4.98% to 9.34% at year 2000 to 2010. These data ratio are also high and up every year so it described that more incidents reflects injuries due to slips, falls, medication errors or other accidents.
The certified absences per staff increases every year step by step increases between 2000 to 2009 its increase 4.55% to 6.11% and also other absences per staff continuously increases every year between 2000 to 2009 as a 3.14% to 4.28% .
The certified absences and other absences per staff are also very high increases every year. Certified absences are days off work due to medically verified illness or injuries. Other absences are days missed are days missed that are not due to injuries or illnesses.
The number of patient are increases continue every year in between 2000 to 2009 its increases 21200 to 25300, increases of patients its good for company but all categories shown decline.
The survey results indicate that many problems have developed while the organization was focusing on achieving its growth and profit objective.