Ontogenetic Maps

The Unicist Standard for Accountable Care Organizations

Alliances define the essential characteristics of Accountable Care Organizations in the US. Alliances have a high level of entropy. That is why it is necessary to be fully aware of this characteristic ACOs have in order to manage them.

AlliancesAlliance building is the way to strengthen the action of an organization when it is being threatened or needs to gain market.

Alliances are essentially transitory situations that require building a “natural” way to achieve the goal that has been established.

Some concepts of alliances may be useful:

  1. Alliances are agreements between colleagues, competitors and/or enemies to attack a common adversary.
  2. Alliances are useful to gain influence in a market but they break after the goal has been achieved.
  3. They need to be transformed into formal societies to avoid their disappearance after the influence they needed has been achieved.

Alliance building is a proof of maturity and adaptiveness. Building alliances implies leaving aside an existing confrontation to build a pathway towards growth or the defense from an external threat.

The Unicist Standard for Accountable Care Organizations allows building stable alliances based on the use of adaptive object driven technologies to deal with the unique characteristic of the healthcare market.

Peter Belohlavek

NOTE: The Unicist Research Institute was the pioneer in complexity science research and became a private global decentralized leading research organization in the field of human adaptive systems. http://www.unicist.org

Is Patient Oriented Management a Reality or an Utopia?

Ethical intelligence is what makes the difference in Healthcare. It allows developing a true patient orientation. That is why patient oriented organizations need to have a very special ethical environment to make it happen and not transform it into hollow marketing wordings.

“Ethical intelligence is the intelligence that structures stable and dynamic rules that determine the action of the individual in his environment. It determines his capacity to add value, his influence on the environment and on others and his time management.

On the one hand, the rules are stable since they respond to a purpose that is defined by the level of ethics within which the individual acts.

On the other hand, the rules are dynamic, because despite the fact that the individual is at a certain level, he is capable of determining alternative strategies that satisfy the objective he is seeking within that level.

Ethics is defined as a set of rules that are functional to a situation and to a certain perception of an accepted moral, and are supported by a complementary ideology.”

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NOTE: The Unicist Research Institute was the pioneer in complexity science research and became a global decentralized world-class research organization in the field of human adaptive systems. https://www.unicist.org/healthcare/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/turi.pdf

Unicist Ethics, the driver of accurate healthcare diagnoses

Until the Unicist Approach was applied to healthcare, medical failures were considered mistakes or malapraxis.

The Unicist Approach allowed defining the necessary context and the personal attitudes that are necessary to avoid paradoxical diagnosis and maximize the accuracy of the real diagnoses.

“A paradox exists when something is self-contradictory or absurd but in reality expresses a possible truth.

Health, educational and research diagnostics are a fertile ground for planting paradoxes.

The first part of the research on paradoxical functioning explains how paradoxes behave in the field of work, human action and in the healing art.

Appearance sustains paradoxes and also leads to fallacious perceptions. Finally, it can be said that paradoxes are sustained by fallacies.

This research results are presented in a synthetic but abstract language. To explain the concept of paradoxical behavior, synthetic language is required.

Paradoxes corrode human activity. Individuals are unaware of their paradoxical behavior. Unless working with a permanent and actual feedback with reality, paradoxes are usually discovered when it is too late.

In the art of healing the antidotes for paradoxical behaviors are always the same:

  • Real interest in the patient
  • Secure knowledge
  • Hard work
  • Control – quality assurance”

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NOTE: The Unicist Research Institute was the pioneer in complexity science research and became a global decentralized world-class research organization in the field of human adaptive systems. https://www.unicist.org/healthcare/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/turi.pdf