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4. Planning en organisatie van implementatie

Auteurs : Prof. dr. Richard Grol, Prof. dr. Michel Wensing

Gepubliceerd in: Implementatie

Uitgeverij: Bohn Stafleu van Loghum

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Samenvatting

Om de implementatieactiviteiten goed uit te voeren, is meestal een team nodig dat de activiteiten aanstuurt, coördineert en communiceert en dat – waar nodig – ondersteuning biedt bij de uitvoering. Belangrijk zijn onder meer leiderschap, coördinatievaardigheden, technische vaardigheden, administratieve competentie en draagvlak. Ervaringen met projecten leren dat het best gestart kan worden met een kleine groep enthousiaste zorgverleners, praktijken of instellingen. Een consistente visie op verbetering van de zorg, het stellen van concrete, ambitieuze doelen, het hanteren van strikte deadlines en het vervullen van een voorbeeldfunctie zijn belangrijk. De voorbereiding van een implementatieproject omvat ook een aantal praktische maatregelen, waaronder het maken van een tijdsplanning en het toebedelen van taken en verantwoordelijkheden aan diverse betrokkenen.
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Metagegevens
Titel
Planning en organisatie van implementatie
Auteurs
Prof. dr. Richard Grol
Prof. dr. Michel Wensing
Copyright
2023
Uitgeverij
Bohn Stafleu van Loghum
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-368-2909-0_4