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A sophisticated adaptive system for primary healthcare

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Dr.Priyadarshini Mishra, PadmaPriya G, Dr. Vijay Upadhye, Dr. Himani Kulshreshtha, Garima Jain, Dr. Kuldeep maurya
ยป doi: 10.33472/AFJBS.6.3.2024.92-107


A sophisticated or complex adaptive system for primary healthcare would equip healthcare professionals with cutting-edge instruments and insights, improving patient care results and eventually creating healthier communities. The purpose of this study is to determine whether it is feasible to utilize the instrument to objectively assess the performance of healthcare teams working in a complicated sector and to assess how effectively the device can be used to suggest areas where interaction may be improved. Twenty members of a single palliative care team of doctors (n=20), each received a copy of The Complex Adaptive Leadership (CALTM) Organizational Capability Questionnaire (OCQ). On the items with low scores and the feasibility issues, there were group talks. Data analysis was subsequently followed by the calculation of statistical parameters (indicate, standard deviation, average, and summation value). To find differences within each group, the one sample T-Test was applied. The individuals in the subgroups' median scores varied from acceptable to extraordinary. The variation in the average values for each group was significantly different as indicated by the analysis's T-test (p< 0.001). Discussion in the group produced recommendations for quality enhancement, such as improved team member feedback techniques. The study's questionnaire turned out to be a beneficial instrument for evaluating the palliative medicine organizations' everyday operations and pinpointing areas in which improvements in quality could potentially be performed. Relevance in practice: The CALTMOCQ is a potential tool for assessing the performance of any healthcare team. A group discussion on the results of the Questionnaire might serve as a springboard for determining the objectives of efforts for quality improvement

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