Professional Development Program (PDP) Innovation Plan by Michael Day

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Professional Development Program (PDP) Innovation Plan by Michael Day by Mind Map: Professional Development Program (PDP) Innovation Plan by Michael Day

1. Resources

1.1. Project Manager

1.1.1. Michael Day

1.2. Team Members

1.2.1. Michael Mullen RN Justin Hicks RRT Sheena Williams EDT

1.3. Budget

1.3.1. $35 per hour for each team member 1 hour meetings for 6 weeks

1.4. Assets

1.4.1. Support from affected employees Support from the Education Dept Support from ED Site Manger Implementation of evidence based changes

1.5. Innovation Team

1.5.1. Bright Ideas Do It Groups (DIG) Develop PDP via collaborative approach

2. Scope

2.1. What is included

2.1.1. 2nd year clinicians Clinicians in Good Standing

2.2. What is excluded

2.2.1. 1st year employees Entry level clinicians Disciplinary Action

3. Professional Development Programs (PDP) for Respiratory Therapy/ED Techs

3.1. Project Start

3.1.1. Project specifications

3.1.2. End User requirements Maintain employment for minimum 2 years for inclusion Maintain education/CEU/credential requirements

3.2. Phase 1

3.2.1. Assemble my Do It Group (DIG)

3.2.2. DIG Weekly Meetings concluding in March 2018

3.2.3. Assemble criteria for HR presentation Obtain approval from HR Write Policy for PDP Program

3.3. Make adjustments based on HR input

3.3.1. Top Priorities Implement PDP at Western Ridge ED

3.3.2. Medium Priorities Implement PDP for entire Respiratory Therapy Dept.

3.3.3. Low Priorities Implement PDP for all clinicians system wide

3.4. Phase 2

3.4.1. Draft PDP Policy Education of staff about program inclusion Recruitment of PDP participants Prioritize educational opportunities toward skills needed for advancement

3.5. Phase 3

3.5.1. Implementation Measure Outcomes Re-approach administration for system wide implementation

3.6. ED Technician (EDT) PDP

3.6.1. EDT 1 2nd year clinician Certified EDT Obtain pediatric weights Transporting specimens to laboratory Stocking Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Assist patients with Activities of Daily Living (ADL) Patient Transport Sterilize ultrasound equipment utilizing Trophon Activation of Cath Lab Rooming Patients

3.6.2. 3% Pay Increase

3.6.3. EDT 2 3rd year clinician Phlebotomy Electrocardiogram (ECG) IV Insertion IV removal Glucometer Visual Acuity Mentor Preceptor

3.6.4. 6% Pay Increase

3.6.5. EDT 3 4th year clinician Active Committee Member Mentor Preceptor Evidence Based Research Project

3.6.6. 9% Pay Increase

3.7. Respiratory Therapy PDP

3.7.1. Level 1 2nd year clinician Registered Respiratory Therapist 3% Pay Increase

3.7.2. Level 2 3rd year clinician Advanced Credentials Adult Critical Care Specialist Perinatal/Pediatric Specialist Sleep Disorders Specialist Registered Pulmonary Function Technician Asthma Educator-Certified Mentor Preceptor 6% Pay Increase

3.7.3. Level 3 4th year clinician Bachelor's Degree Educational Offerings Active committee member Shared Leadership Code Committee Peer Interview Committee 9% Pay Increase

4. Constraints

4.1. Budget

4.1.1. Materials

4.1.2. Personnel Man hours to assemble program

4.1.3. Services Educational offerings to train on new clinical procedures

4.1.4. Duration 5 man hours per meeting 6 meetings

4.2. Deadline

4.2.1. 60 days to proposal 1 year to implementation

4.3. Requirements

4.3.1. Submission of finalized PDP to Innovation Dept. Approval from Human Resources Approval from ED Site Manger

5. Overview

5.1. Motivation

5.1.1. Retain and recruit expert clinicians Provide growth opportunities in both pay and responsibilities Pave the way toward clinical excellence

5.2. Goals

5.2.1. Increase clinical knowledge Increase level of education Addition of new credentials

5.3. Deliverables

5.3.1. Improved ER flow Increase patient care quality Improve patient safety

5.3.2. Employee Satisfaction Retain high performers Recruit new high performers

5.4. Triple Aim

5.4.1. Improving the patient experience of care (including quality and satisfaction)

5.4.2. Improving the health of populations

5.4.3. Reducing the per capita cost of health care

6. Change Theory

6.1. Disruptive Innovation

6.1.1. PDP is Positive Deviance

6.1.2. PDP is a New Frontier

6.2. Conversion of Ideas into a benefit

6.2.1. Related Concepts Brainstorming Change Positive deviance Creative Creative idea Creative thinking Directed Creativity Disruptive Innovation Entrepreneur Intrapreneur Invention Process Improvement Research

7. Risk and Vulnerability

7.1. Leadership may view PDP as a Risk

7.1.1. PDP is a change implemented from the followers PDP may make leadership feel Vulnerable

7.2. Cycle of Vulnerability

7.2.1. Become Vulnerable

7.2.2. Take Risks

7.2.3. Stretch Organizational Capacity

7.2.4. Living the New Capacity

7.2.5. Evaluate Outcomes

7.2.6. Cherish New Knowledge

7.2.7. Begin the Cycle Again

7.3. Allow for errors during innovative processes

7.3.1. Error is essential to success

7.3.2. Only repeated errors are unacceptable

8. PDP is transformational in scope

8.1. Acknowledges levels of clinical expertise

8.1.1. Rewards Clinical Competencies Adds value back to the organization

8.2. Re-writes pay structure

8.2.1. Level 1=3% Pay Increase Level 1=3% Pay Increase Level 3=9% Pay Increase

8.3. PDP will pay for itself via reductions in recruitment and training of new employees

8.3.1. PDP will reduce employee turnover PDP will retain high performers

9. Ethical Principles

9.1. Mindfulness

9.1.1. Voice Respect Tenacity

9.2. Disciplines of Ethical Governance

9.2.1. Ethical Culture

9.2.2. Noble Purpose

9.2.3. Independent Engagement

9.2.4. Ethical Succession Mandatory Error Reporting PDP Evidence based research may lead to processes which reduce errors

9.3. Ethical Leadership Diagnostic

9.3.1. Noble Purpose

9.3.2. Ceaseless Ambition

9.3.3. Candor

9.3.4. Passion

10. Roles of the Innovator

10.1. Learning Personas

10.1.1. The Experimenter

10.1.2. The Anthropologist

10.1.3. The Cross-Pollinator

10.2. The Organizing Personas

10.2.1. The Hurdler

10.2.2. The Collaborator

10.2.3. The Director

10.3. The Building Personas

10.3.1. The Experience Arichitect

10.3.2. The Set Desiger

10.3.3. The Caregiver

10.3.4. The Storyteller

10.4. Chaos

10.4.1. Transform a system towards positive change Give voice and authenticity to the bedside clinician

10.5. Positive Deviance

10.5.1. Creatively solve difficult problems Optimize limited resources of the organization

11. Strategies to advance and integrate innovation

11.1. PDP will lead to more innovative clinical practices

11.1.1. Evidence based practices Improve Processes

11.2. Emotional Competence

11.2.1. Characteristics and Behaviors Self Awareness Mindfulness Openness Impulse Control Personal Humility Appreciation of Ambiguity and Paradox Appreciation of Knowledge Willpower Compassion Passionate Optimism Resilience

11.2.2. Key Concepts Cognition Competence Emotion Intelligence Volition

11.2.3. Mindfullness Nonverbal emotional competence Passionate Optimism

11.3. The 4 Disciplines of Execution

11.3.1. Focus on the wildly important

11.3.2. Act on the lead measures

11.3.3. Keep a compelling scoreboard

11.3.4. Create a cadence of accountability

11.4. Tactics of the Influencer

11.4.1. Allow for choice

11.4.2. Create direct experiences

11.4.3. Tell meaningful stories

11.4.4. Make it a game

12. Technology to Advance Innovation

12.1. Seven New Age Imperatives

12.1.1. Value driven health service models

12.1.2. Medicine/Nursing based on genomics

12.1.3. Mass-customized diagnosis and treatment PDP participants performing Literature Reviews

12.1.4. User-specific insurance programs

12.1.5. Integration of allopathic and alternative therapies Searching for new clinical equipment to improve patient care and outcomes

12.1.6. Payment incentives tied to outcomes (Quality) Evidence Based Practice

12.1.7. Focused service settings for specific populations

13. PDP Video Presentation

13.1. Change Begins Locally

13.1.1. Implement PDP at Western Ridge Emergency Department

13.1.2. Western Ridge ranked #1 Emergency Room for Customer Satisfaction by Healthgrades (2013) Measure Post PDP Implementation Outcomes Implement PDP System Wide

14. DiSC Style

14.1. (D) Dominance

14.1.1. Direct Results-oriented Firm

14.2. (i) Influence

14.2.1. Outgoing Enthusiastic Optimistic

14.3. (S) Steadiness

14.3.1. Even-tempered Accommodating Patient

14.4. (C) Conscientiousness

14.4.1. Precise Analytical Systematic

14.4.2. Solid "C" Become more influential Improve Group Work Skills

15. VAT Style

15.1. 1 Visual

15.1.1. Improve the use of Visual and Auditory skills in my PDP presentation

15.2. 0 Auditory

15.3. 13 Tactile

16. References