Improvement Project Team in quality healthcareDiagnosing and treating problems in the health care system requires health care workers and stakeholders to work together to improve quality. However, healthcare employees sometimes lack training in quality-improvement methodologies, making participation in improvement efforts difficult. The first step of bringing together a team with a different skill set will tackle myriad issues. The team should be well equipped to handle leadership issues and bring about change in the management structures. Physicians should be part of the team as they possess invaluable knowledge in the medical field. The individuals who do the work must be the ones to change the position when it comes to performance improvement. This necessitates typically forming an interdisciplinary improvement team that includes members from medicine, nursing, and management (Silver et al., 2016). However, health care professionals are used to working in groups, identifying the makeup of a successful quality improvement team necessitates a different set of abilities. Stakeholder mapping and analysis are tools that can assist in the selection of suitable team members.