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Researchers Piña et al. (2015) revealed some of the common characteristics relating to the health care organizations such as those allowing the generation and synthesis of evidence that compares the benefits and harms of alternative methods to prevent, diagnose, treat, and monitor a clinical condition or to improve the delivery of care.
In addition, according to Piña et al. (2015) health care system constitutes all organizations, people and actions whose primary intent is to promote, restore or maintain the health of communities. Moreover, Piña et al. (2015) reported some common characteristics all health care organizations of related to service delivery with the following analysis, “The Commonwealth Fund Commission report15 has described the characteristics of high-performing systems, which include access to information, active management, interdependent accountability, patient access to care, and continuous innovation.”
Furthermore, research findings on characteristics of health care systems have revealed that all health care providers and constituencies should be aware of the transformative potential of more integrated and comprehensive approaches that preserve or improve quality of care (Bekker et al., 2018).
Finally, according to Molyneux et al. (2011), health care providers should have common macro-priorities and intervention strategies in order to promote health in the world. In summary, based on the scholarly information above, I support the idea that access to information, active management, and interdependent accountability, patient access to care and continuous innovation are the key components for all health care organizations. These features are important because they may allow health care providers to consistently learn, adapt their diagnosis and treatments regarding rising circumstances such as environmental changes, diseases or pandemics.
In short, patient-centered, collaboration, accountability, adaptability, financial management, and respect are important characteristics in all health care organizations that aim to promote the health of communities or countries.