Effectiveness of practitioners and
agencies working together – D1
There are many levels of success when health and social care
practitioners work alongside agencies to deliver an effective care pathway for
patients with CHD. This works because it provides the CHD patient with the care
that they need by the support of different practitioners and agencies
Why is this effective?
More knowledge is used by different professionals to help
treat and care for the CHD patient because of the skills they are required with
that would help them with different aspects. This is effective as it gives the
patient the best possible care by providing the best health and social care
from a range of practitioners and agencies working together for an effective
care having an impact on the patient resulting in making progress with their
Health and social practitioners and agencies that care for
the CHD patients, are at different levels. For example, certain specialists will
suggest and offer further care that other practitioners and agencies could do
as it would be more beneficial and effective to the CHD patient coping with
their complications as more support is given to them.
Another reason of why this is effective for the CHD patient
is because there is a continuous care with multiple practitioners and agencies
that work together on different aspects being delivered to them.
CHD patients are having care delivered to them, by
practitioners and agencies working together as a team. As a result of this, it
gives a high-quality care and a quicker care in comparison to those patients working
with loose groups or alone worker. Cardiologists, physicians, nurse educators,
cardiac rehabilitation teams , therapists and dieticians are members of the CHD
care pathway that work effectively in primary and secondary by working
together. If the participation of level is high in the CHD pathway the more
emphasis it has on the quality of the care for the patient with Coronary Heart
Both primary and secondary specialists of health and social
care deliver to the patients by using small groups. This makes less referrals
so that the patients and the small groups of specialists can focus on the
certain individuals of the care pathway for CHD as well as the complications.
The reason why this isn’t as effective as the multidisciplinary system is
because there isn’t enough contributions from different specialists with referrals
to get a more effective quality of care. Less time is needed to provide care to
the patients with CHD if there are more specialists.