The result of this investigation in the literature we conclude that implement Clinical Pathways to improve healthcare quality by support decision making process need to Standardized all processes which improve healthcare quality these processes can be formulate as a standard guidelines this guidelines formulated as following in figure 1.
There are a few methods to present Clinical Pathways; also there are no standard guidelines to present Clinical pathways in electronic in other words there is no studies investigate the Clinical Pathways processes in order to support decision making process to improve healthcare quality.
Decision Making Process To improve and enhance Clinical Pathways in supporting decision making process there is a need to consider a set of factors in developing and implementation of Clinical Pathways these factors are task how the medical staff task will present teamwork will activate clinical pathways the teamwork facility to improve healthcare quality knowledge how to present Clinical Pathways knowledge context present the domain of Clinical Pathways and technologies which will support implementation of Clinical Pathways and facilitate the presentation of these factors.
There are certain categories of staff that are expected to participate in decision making process and that certain policy decision is exclusively meant for management of organizations.
Management of organizations and employees should realize that is not all categories of staff that should participate in decision making process especially in areas that demand for specialized professionals or experts.
Assessing a clients social and family supports is a critical step in understanding how the individual may approach the decision making process.
Suggestions for future research include learning more about the decision making process from the deciders perspective.
Citizens often feel they are pro forma processes that do not genuinely allow them to affect the decision making process
except through the crudest application of public pressure.
The decision making process
was often slower than desired.