Discussion 2.1 - Personal Experience of Inferior Quality Health Care Services Describe a personal situation in which you received inferior quality healthcare services. Explain why you would rate the experience as inferior. Your initial post is due by Wednesday and responses to three classmates are due by Sunday. I am a patient transporter, which is currently considered one of the stakeholders in patient care. Therefore, when a patient is going to be in my care for a short period of time; I communicate with the other stakeholders (ex. Nurses, physicians, and nurse aids.) Last summer, I was assigned a patient that has persecutory delusions. Persecutory delusions are schizophrenia, where the person believes they are being abducted, tormented, and lied to. After reading the patients chart, I walked into their hospital room with the nurse. I noticed that the patient didn’t have a bed alarm, wasn’t in restraints, dry blood was on their patient gown, and they weren’t medicated. First, I had brought up my concerns to the nurse, because the patient visually presented that they have ripped out here IV before based on the blood. Secondly, the patient wasn’t in restraints in order to not pull out the IV. Thirdly, I was taking the patient to see a lot of new people in the hospital, and so I didn’t understand why they were not given a sedative to be less aggressive. The only answer I was given was, “The doctor didn’t put in request for those things for this patient.” The nurses didn’t move forward with any other action besides that. Later that day, I was filling a safety report with the Risk Management office, because the patient ripped out the IV in their arm and hand, bleed out a lot, and still tried to runaway with no gown on. That experience was the most inferior quality I have seen in healthcare, because it could’ve been resolved.