Create a slide presentation supported by 812-slides, for one of the stakeholder groups identified in your Assessment 2 Policy Proposal, which addresses current performance shortfalls, the reasons why new policy and practice guidelines are needed to eliminate those shortfalls, and how the group’s work will benefit from the changes. It is important that health care leaders be able to clearly articulate policy positions and recommendations and garner buy-in and support from stakeholder groups for policy and practice changes in their organizations. Unfortunately, effective communication is often lacking. Consequently, it is important for health care leaders, when leading change, to ensure that clear and open communication is ongoing and informative. Inform the group of current performance shortfalls, introduce the proposed policy, explain why the policy is needed, and present policy-driven practice guidelines to resolve the performance issue. You must also obtain buy-in from the group by explaining the positive effects of the policy and practice guidelines on their work. Requirements The presentation requirements outlined below correspond to the scoring guide criteria, so be sure to address each main point. Read the performance-level descriptions for each criterion to see how your work will be assessed. In addition, be sure to note the requirements for presentation format and length and for supporting evidence. Summarize your proposed organizational policy and practice guidelines. Identify applicable local, state, or federal health care policy or law that prescribes relevant performance benchmarks that your policy proposal addresses. Keep your audience in mind when creating this summary. Interpret, for stakeholders, the relevant benchmark metrics that illustrate the need for the proposed policy and practice guidelines. Make sure this is a brief review of the evaluation you completed in your Assessment 1 Dashboard Metrics Evaluation. Make sure you are interpreting the dashboard metrics in a way that is understandable and meaningful to the stakeholders to whom you are presenting. Explain how your proposed policy and practice guidelines will affect how the stakeholder group does its work. How might your proposal alter certain tasks or how the stakeholder group performs them? How might your proposal affect the stakeholder group’s workload? How might your proposal alter the responsibilities of the stakeholder group? How might your proposal improve working conditions for the stakeholder group? Explain how your proposed policy and practice guidelines will improve quality and outcomes for the stakeholder group. How are your proposed changes going to improve the quality of the stakeholder group’s work? How will these improvements enable the stakeholder group to be more successful? What evidence supports your conclusions or presents alternative perspectives? Present strategies for collaborating with the stakeholder group to implement your proposed policy and practice guidelines. What role will the stakeholder group play in implementing your proposal? Why is the stakeholder group and their collaboration important for successful implementation? Deliver a persuasive, coherent, and effective audiovisual presentation. Address the anticipated needs and concerns of your audience. Stay focused on key policy provisions and the impact of practice guidelines on the group. Adhere to presentation best practices. Proofread your presentation slides to minimize errors that could distract the audience and make it more difficult for them to focus on the substance of your proposed policy and practice guidelines. Be sure that your slide deck includes the following slides: Title slide. Presentation title. Your name. Date. Course number and title. References (at the end of your presentation). Apply current APA formatting to all citations and references. Your slide deck should consist of 812 slides, not including a title and references slide. Cite 35 sources of scholarly, professional, or policy evidence to support your analysis and recommendations. Strategic Planning Oliver, T. R. (Ed.). (2014). Guide to U.S. health and health care policy. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications. Read Chapter 12, pages 157164, which offers guidelines for the establishment and implementation of programs that provide the optimal environment for safe and effective patient care. van Bulck, H. (2015). Strategic business planning for small primary care practices in the affordable care era: A heuristic model. International Journal of Business & Public Administration, 12(2), 109121. Terzic-Supic, Z., Bjegovic-Mikanovic, V., Vukovic, D., Santric-Milicevic, M., Marinkovic, J., Vasic, V., & Laaser, U. (2015). Training hospital managers for strategic planning and management: A prospective study. BMC Medical Education, 15, 19. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4355452/ This article addresses key strategic issues; organizational mission, vision, and core values; and how an organization will achieve its goals. The success and sustainability of health care organizations is contingent on the strategic imperatives that will improve consumer confidence and ultimately gain the support of all stakeholders. This resource also presents solid examples of what success looks like in the current environment. SHOW LESS Change Leadership and Stakeholder Buy-In Cabassa, L. J., Gomes, A. P., & Lewis-Fernandez, R. (2015). What would it take? Stakeholders’ views and preferences for implementing a health care manager program in community mental health clinics under health care reform [PDF]. Medical Care Research and Review, 72(1), 7195. This article examines the differences in strategies used by different stakeholders and providers in communities and other organizations. Trastek, V. F., Hamilton, N. W., & Niles, E. E. (2014). Leadership models in health care A case for servant leadership. Mayo Clinic Proceedings, 89(3), 374381. This article covers the many competing stakeholders in health care and the importance of taking into consideration all who are affected by decisions. Vestal, K. (2013). Change fatigue: A constant leadership challenge. Nurse Leader, 11(5), 1011. This article points to practical things a leader can do to ensure that change occurs, while also balancing the day-to-day process, and illustrates that change can be incremental. Building Buy-In and Communicating With Stakeholders. This multimedia activity enables you to walk through the preparation and communication steps that should be completed prior to delivering a presentation to a group of stakeholders. It also provides an opportunity to reflect on stakeholders’ wants and needs, as well as how to craft a message that will resonate with specific stakeholders.
Throughout this course we explored how each body system responds to bouts of aerobic and resistance exercise. In this final paper, you will use knowledge from each week to craft an Exercise Plan for a fictitious client. Please include the following components in your paper, citing all resources you use in the text as well as in your reference list. 1. Your client’s baseline information (age, sex, BMI, percent body fat, resting HR and estimated VO2max). Since this is fictitious, you can use your own data or make it up as long as it’s realistic. 2. Your client’s goal(s). Some examples include increasing their aerobic fitness, increasing muscular strength or muscular endurance, improving their body composition, etc. Remember that goals should be “SMART” – specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and timely. 3. A detailed 4-week exercise plan that you design to help them reach their goal(s). Include the modes of exercise, intensity, duration, frequency and how the individual would progress as they saw improvements. You can summarize these components in a table or use bullet points for clarity. 4. Include a summary describing the rationale for your plan. Include data from at least 3 research articles that support your proposed exercise plan and its ability to meet your client’s goal(s).
Please read carefully before you bid. · Broad Topic – Healthcare technology · The writer will need to refine the research question after their literature review. I would like to review and change the research question if required. · Proposed Topic and research question: How can Health Insurance Companies help Solve Opioid Crisis by using technology or any other methods? · Sample research paper are attached for reference · The research paper should at least be 25 pages long, double spaced and APA format. It should contain all of the below sections. 1. Title Page 2. Abstract including keywords 3. Introduction 4. Aims and objectives of research 5. Research questions 6. Problem statement and Justification 7. Literature review (should at least be 10 pages) 8. Proposed solution approach (below sections are just for example) a. Research worldview b. Research design c. Research strategy d. The proposed research methodology e. Data collection methods f. Method of data analysis g. Population and Sample h. Ethical considerations i. Expected results 9. Conclusion 10. References a. Need minimum of 15 references 11. Appendices
Two nurse researchers are interested in studying whether a pain assessment tool for critical care patients is valid and reliable when applied to a group of patients who cannot communicate verbally due to mechanical ventilation. They design a validation study in which randomly selected patients will be assessed using the tool after a painful procedure (tracheal suctioning) and after a nonpainful procedure (oral care). If patient responses result in higher scores after the painful procedure than after the nonpainful one, then the researchers will conclude that the tool is effective for these patients in differentiating pain responses from responses to nursing procedures in general. Using the definitions in the textbook: Discuss and draw a conclusion as to whether this study will likely be exempt, expedited, or full review. Would the study be considered ethical? Explain your rationale.
Explain the basic features of socialized medicine using Canada, Britain, and Sweden as examples. Also explain the basic features of decentralized medicine using Japan, Germany, and Mexico as examples. In your conclusion, compare and contrast the two types of medicine.
Must have a minimum of 35 references Essay titles Choose ONE of the topics below: 1. Select a public health problem of your choice and discuss why it is a challenge. Critically appraise evidence relating to treatment(s) OR intervention(s) OR policies relating to the issue under discussion. 2. Discuss the potential impacts of population ageing including how demographic and epidemiological transitions affect this? 3. What role does the life-course approach play in our understanding of population health? Please include discussion of including different models of exposure. 4. Using one of the models of the health determinants discuss how the model shows ways in which health can be affected by different health determinants. 5. Discuss the main factors that may cause and maintain health inequalities today). Please take one specific example (e.g poverty, education, lifestyle choices etc.) describe how this might affect inequality levels and how they might effectively be reduced. 6. Strategies for prevention include population-wide strategies and targeted, high-risk strategies focusing on population sub-groups. Discuss the pros and cons to each approach and using examples, how these might work at the different levels of prevention. 7. Discuss what factors may influence links between NEED, SUPPLY and DEMAND in healthcare.
HEALTH CARE PROBLEM ANALYSIS. The topic of your final assignment concerns the most urgent problem in the ethics of health care. What is that problem? You are going to make the call. It can be something that affects the country as a whole or something that is a problem for a particular region or type of region (such as rural communities or urban communities). You can also choose a problem within your own individual community. It can be something that affects a particular profession or field in health care. Your assignment can focus on something you have read about, or it can be something you know about from firsthand experience, either as a health care professional or as a consumer of health care. This assignment has two parts: a written analysis and presentation Part 1: Analysis Write an analysis of a selected ethical problem in health care. You must respond to each of the numbered items below. You may choose to respond to any or all of the bulleted questions for each item. Demonstrate sound ethical thinking in applying ethical principles and moral theories to a specific problem. What are the reasons you think it is the most important (or among the most important problems)? What is the cause, or set of causes, for this problem? That is, how did it come to be and why does it persist? Apply ethical theories and principles to the selected ethical problem. What are the ethical principles (and perhaps moral theories) most relevant to understanding this problem as an ethical issue? Analyze the ethical problem from the perspectives of various stakeholders. Who are the key stakeholders when it comes to this problem? In other words, who are the health care consumers (for example, patients or clients) and health care professionals (such as doctors, nurses, administrators) affected by the problem? Are there other stakeholders, such as community or government groups? Are there any institutional policies or legal or regulatory considerations that affect the problem? Is there a conflict of interest at the heart of this problem? If so, what is the conflict and who are the stakeholders with competing interests? Assess the policy, legal, and regulatory components to the ethical problem. Which communities or regions does it affect most? Is this a localized problem or a national problem? What legal and regulatory issues have an influence on this problem? Are there institutional policies that have an effect on this problem? Develop a solution to the ethical problem based on ethical theories and principles. What is the best solution to this problem and why? Or, what are the best resources for solving this problem? How did you come to this decision? Provide validation and support by including relevant examples and supporting evidence using APA citations. Part 2: Presentation Create a 5-minute presentation in which you effectively summarize your analysis and recommendations. This is meant to approximate a presentation you might give a group of interested stakeholders for this problem. You may choose the format of your presentation. Some suggestions are: A PowerPoint presentation with audio. A short recorded presentation using Kaltura. A short podcast. Note that the format you choose for your presentation must be one that your instructor can access for review and grading. Do not submit files from non-standard software programs. For recorded presentations, you may submit a link to the presentation for instructor review. Make sure that you have given your instructor access to the recording. Assignment Requirements Your written analysis should meet the following requirements: Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message. APA formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to current APA style and formatting guidelines. Resources: Include a minimum of three resources in addition to your textbook. Length: 35 typed, double-spaced pages. Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point. Your presentation should meet the following requirements: 58 minutes long. 612 slides, if you are creating a PowerPoint presentation. APA style is only required for resources and citations.