Application of Plan-Do-Check-Action cycle and fishbone diagram analysis in optimizing surgical procedures to improve satisfaction degree of doctor-nurse-patient

Jierong Lin, Xiaoqun Fang, Yu Zhang, Yu Lian

Abstract

Background: To study the application of management tools such as Plan-Do-Check-Action (PDCA) cycle and fishbone diagram in optimizing surgical procedures to improve the satisfaction of doctor-nurse-patient.
Methods: The fundus surgery nursing team of our hospital began to implement the PDCA cycle management mode to optimize the surgical procedure from July 2017, set up a project activity improvement team, unified the surgical labeling processing plan, and made the fundus surgery procedure, and established the preoperative health education for surgical patients, and standardized the training content of post-rotating doctors and interns.
Results: The satisfaction degree to surgical procedure after implementation of doctors and nurses was higher than that before implementation.
Conclusions: Using PDCA cycle and fishbone diagram analysis tools to manage the surgical procedure optimization can better integrate doctor-nurse medical care, improve the efficiency and accuracy of the surgical procedure delivery and operation, and optimize the satisfaction of the three parties of doctor-nursepatient.

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