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The drivers of health care systems such as quality, equity, cost, efficiency, access, and productivity often decide the performance as well as the initiatives or qualities that are inherent in any organization, specifically, health care systems (McAlearney et al. 2011). The application of quality services and efficiency has helped in driving high performance in the orthopedics in the hospital. Firstly, efficiency resulting from effective leadership has been a critical factor in the success of orthopedics. The presence of effective leadership training has ensured that leaders, as well as other people in orthopedics, are well prepared for their roles thus increasing their performance (Mason et al. 2014). Using a team-based care or a coordinated care approach to patients with the orthopedics has resulted in increased efficiency because people are taught systems-based competencies and skills (McAlearney et al. 2011). An increased efficiency due to proper training has been a critical factor in driving high performance within orthopedics. We have been able to successfully improve the overall patient care experience through the efficient provision of healthcare services (Mason et al. 2014).

On the other hand, quality of services has been a critical factor for high performance within orthopedics. Our practices mainly focus on quality improvement efforts as we measure the quality of services and then taking steps in improving their quality (McAlearney et al. 2011). Such steps include patient outreach, targeted preventive care as well as analysis of the outcomes in order to determine the effectiveness of treatment and processes.  We focus more on patient engagement by providing high-quality care that exceeds the expectations of our patients. The provision of quality services has helped in driving high performance for the healthcare systems (Mason et al. 2014).

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