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  • Present a health care problem analysis proposal to a practicing health care professional, obtain feedback, and gain approval for the data review project. Negotiate changes to the project scope, focus, or execution based upon the professional’s feedback. Submit the revised and approved proposal with an addendum summarizing the feedback received.The ability to articulate the potential impact of a project in a concise manner to project stakeholders can impact the successful implementation of any change initiative. The successful outcome of a project depends upon your ability to communicate effectively and to prepare for meetings with important stakeholders.This assessment is crucial to the success of your health care problem analysis proposal. It provides an opportunity to refine your project proposal and to incorporate feedback from a practicing health care professional. The feedback meeting represents an opportunity for either a one-time or ongoing contact with the practicing health care professional. The health care problem analysis project is designed to add value to a selected health care organization while addressing your professional development goals.

    Demonstration of Proficiency

    By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria:

    • Competency 1: Evaluate problems in health care organizations, and apply tools to improve quality and outcomes.
      • Negotiate changes to project scope, execution, or focus, based on feedback solicited from the health care professional.
      • Obtain approval for a proposed project.
    • Competency 2: Analyze foundational elements of the U.S. health care system.
      • Identify the appropriate health care professional in an organization from whom to seek approval for a proposed project.
      • Present a project proposal to the selected practicing health care professional.

    Preparation

    To successfully complete this second course assessment, you will:

    • Integrate faculty member feedback and update your health care problem analysis proposal.
    • Conduct background research on the prospective health care organization.
      • Identify an appropriate health care professional within the organization from whom to seek approval for the proposed project.
        • Consider individuals with the requisite decision-making authority who are best able to provide guidance and recommendations.
      • Within the organization, be sure to identify a first and second choice health care professional for feedback.
    • Review the Practicing Health Care Professional Meeting and Project Approval Guide [DOCX] before contacting the selected health care professional.
      • The information provided in this document will help you to prepare for the meeting, present the health care problem analysis proposal, and obtain approval for the project from the health care professional. The resource document provides guidance, recommendations, and examples that are crucial for successful completion of this assessment.
    • Research best practices for professional communication and feedback as part of your interview preparation.
    • Reflect upon your experience in human services and health care administration relevant to the proposed project. Based on the ACHE competencies, is the proposed project realistic?
    • Prepare a list of questions to ask the selected health care professional. The Practicing Health Care Professional Meeting and Project Approval Guide offers guidance in preparing questions.

    Instructions

    During the meeting with the practicing health care professional on the health care problem analysis proposal, you are expected to complete all of the following:

    • Present the proposal to the selected practicing health care professional and actively solicit feedback. Do take notes, as the feedback you receive will be placed in an addendum as part of the assessment.
    • Negotiate changes to project scope, focus, or execution, based upon the health care professional’s feedback.
      • Note: Plan to arrive at the meeting with proposed performance indicators related to the identified health care issue. However, remember that these may change for a variety of reasons based upon the health care professional’s feedback. For example, the indicators you identified may not be included in the organization’s data sets. Or the individual may advise that different indicators may be more helpful. It is your responsibility to verify, discover, or redefine the performance indicators before proceeding with the project. Using the same performance indicators as the organization will make the final data comparison much easier.

    After the meeting, you are expected to complete all of the following:

    • Revise the proposal based upon the health care professional’s feedback.
      • Please ensure that any negotiated revisions to the proposal meet the course requirements. For example, human subjects research is outside the scope of this course.
    • Obtain approval for the proposed data review project from the health care professional.
      • Ensure the revised proposal is a collaborative effort between you and the health care professional that meets organizational requirements, such as confidentiality.
      • Be sure to consider your role and responsibilities with the health care professional during fulfillment of the data review project.
    • Submit the revised, signed copy of the proposal as the deliverable for this assessment.
      • Include the client’s signature, title, and contact information.
      • Include an addendum summarizing any relevant categorical feedback offered by the health care professional.
      • Scan the entire revised proposal, including the signature page, and attach the file in the assessment area for Assessment 2.

    Additional Requirements

    • Length: The topic’s nature, breadth, and depth will determine the assessment’s length. The guideline is to remain succinct yet substantive and to provide enough detail to adequately address the topic.
    • Font: Use Times New Roman, 12-point font.
    • Format: Submit the revised, approved proposal and the addendum summarizing the feedback received to the assessment submission area in the courseroom for Assessment 2.
  • SCORING GUIDE

    Use the scoring guide to understand how your assessment will be evaluated.VIEW SCORING GUIDE

  • Health Care Professional Feedback Scoring Guide

    CRITERIA NON-PERFORMANCE BASIC PROFICIENT DISTINGUISHED
    Identify the appropriate health care professional in an organization from whom to seek approval for a proposed project. Does not Identify the appropriate health care professional in an organization from whom to seek approval for a proposed project. Identifies a health care professional in an organization who is not in the best position to offer guidance and recommendations. Identifies the appropriate health care professional in an organization from whom to seek approval for a proposed project. Identifies the appropriate health care professional in an organization from whom to seek approval for a proposed project. Demonstrates professional outreach and effective interpersonal skills in preparing for, arranging, and conducting an effective meeting.
    Present a project proposal to the selected practicing health care professional. Does not present a project proposal to the selected practicing health care professional. Presents a project proposal to the selected practicing health care professional that does not adequately address aspects of the project crucial to decision makers. Presents a project proposal to the selected practicing health care professional. Presents a project proposal to the selected practicing health care professional. Provides a clear, concise problem statement, expected outcomes, and a compelling value proposition that is well-supported by credible evidence.
    Negotiate changes to project scope, execution, or focus, based on feedback solicited from the health care professional. Does not negotiate changes to project scope, execution, or focus, based on feedback solicited from the health care professional. Makes changes to project scope, execution, or focus that are not driven by or are counter to the health care professional’s feedback. Negotiates changes to project scope, execution, or focus, based on feedback solicited from the health care professional. Negotiates changes to project scope, execution, or focus, based on feedback solicited from the health care professional. Evaluates and synthesizes categorical feedback to make changes that are of clear, mutual benefit and will enhance the project’s outcome.
    Obtain approval for a proposed project. Does not obtain approval for a proposed project. Obtains approval for a proposed project that shows no clear evidence of sufficient collaboration with the client. Obtains approval for a proposed project. Obtains timely approval for a proposed project that meets the organizational requirements and clearly delineates one’s role and responsibilities for data review project execution.

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