The Swedish OCM, developed by an Integrative Group Process, was found to
be a valid model able to distinguish successful from unsuccessful
organizations in terms of improvement. A majority of healthcare
organizations applied the Internal Collaborative strategy which lacks the
patient centered task alignment characterizing those organizations
predicted to be successful by their relatively superior Swedish OCM
score. Managers tend to overestimate the prospects of organizational
achievement and need support in creating more succesful change contexts.
The Swedish healthcare system is struggling with financial limitations,
an increasing de...