The health care sector is quite complex, which means that implementing some of the improvements might take some work. Improving the quality of service offered by this industry allows patients to receive better care, and health care facilities utilize their resources efficiently (Allen-Duck et al., 2017). One of the hindrances of quality improvement is that the provision of patient care as a whole usually is not a process that can get improved. Medical personnel mostly depend on their skills to treat patients by providing personalized care. Caregivers have accepted that quality improvements can get made on the procedures they follow and, at the same time, allow them to provide personalized patient care.