The Swedish healthcare system has been known to be one of the most efficient healthcare systems in the world because they have been able to standardize their care in such away to run like a well oiled machine. Person-centered care (PCC) is healthcare that is curtailed for each individual patient and that type of care has started in the Swedish healthcare system because it has been proven to benefit the patient. However, despite PCC’s benefits, many of the Swedish health care institutions are reluctant to implement PCC. The assumption is that organization structure has an influence on how PCC is being delivered and how it effects patient uncertainty. As a result a study was done to identify the impact of organization culture on patient uncertainty in five hospital wards during the implementation process of person-centered care. Over 200 patients completed an uncertainty cardiovascular population scale and 117 completed the organizational values questionnaire. The patient and nurses were evaluate by way of regression analysis. The results demonstrated that hospitals where the culture promotes stability, control and goal setting, patient uncertainty is lessened, therefore there is link between organizational culture and implementation of kind of change. The article concludes that managers should be aware organizations culture so that any change implemented can be adapted with fewer bumps and pushback from the staff. This is what my writing group is working on I need the rewrite literature review to flow with this please

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