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For this discussion use the Critical Thinking Process to analyze the problem-solving the individuals may apply in the case study, "Elective Surgery Department Faces Decreased Patient Satisfaction." Share your chosen role and your role's ideas for the planning meeting. What errors can be avoided? How can following the six-step “Critical Thinking Process” help the planning meeting be effective? Elaborate your statements to clearly explain your ideas and give rationale for your ideas.
Reflect on your own problem-solving experiences outside of this course. Have you made the process errors? Give an example. Explain how the six-step Critical Thinking Process may have avoided the process errors that were made. Why do you think these errors are easy to make

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