The Impact of Regulatory Requirements on Patient Experience: Changing the Current Course to Combat Noncompliance and Adverse Outcomes

Fellowship Paper - September 17, 2020

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Amy Lee MBA, MBHA, MJ, FACMPE
PROJECT SUMMARY

The purpose of this paper is to explore the scope and impact of regulatory requirements on patient care and quality outcomes. The American Hospital Association distributed an Executive Summary in 2017 looking at the regulatory burden on health systems which succinctly discussed many of the issues that organizations face today (AHA 2017). This paper takes that research one step further to examine how we got to current state, the barriers to change, and potential paths to transformation required of our current healthcare environment to impact quality of care while streamlining the regulatory burden on healthcare systems.
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Amy Lee
Amy Lee MBA, MBHA, MJ, FACMPE
COO Central Maine Medical Group Brunswick, ME
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