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D158 JAM 1 TASK 1: HEALTHCARE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT—IMPLEMENTATION PLAN D158 JAM 1 TASK 1: HEALTHCARE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT—IMPLEMENTATION PLAN D158 JAM 1 TASK 1: HEALTHCARE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT—IMPLEMENTATION PLAN STRATEGICALLY PLANNING THE EXECUTION OF A HEALTHCARE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT — D158 PRFA — JAM1 TASK OVERVIEWSUBMISSIONSEVALUATION REPORT COMPETENCIES 7073.4.1 : Organizational Policies The graduate evaluates existing policies at the systems level that have the potential to influence the implementation of a healthcare improvement project. 7073.4.2 : Project Target Population The graduate uses sociodemographic and social determinants of health data to describe the target populations that will be affected by a healthcare improvement project. 7073.4.3 : Structure, Process, Outcomes The graduate examines the structure, processes, and outcomes of an organizational plan that may facilitate or impede the implementation of a healthcare improvement project. 7073.4.4 : Implementation Planning The graduate leads the development of a collaborative implementation plan that includes oversight of the project and the scope of work with specific tasks, timelines, and deliverables. INTRODUCTION IMPORTANT: Please note that you must have completed and passed the performance assessment and clinical practice experience (CPE) for D157: Managing Resources in an Era of Disruption prior to beginning this performance assessment. After your first course, the remaining specialty courses through your capstone will each have a summative assessment that consists of an authentic performance assessment that scaffolds the tasks of a healthcare improvement project (HIP) through the project management phases of project initiation, planning, implementation, and evaluation. Each performance assessment will focus on aspects of the project you will implement or the project you will propose for a healthcare improvement project using a real-world approach to improving healthcare. Each phase will be described in different sections of a Healthcare Improvement Project (HIP) paper. In this performance assessment, you will strategically plan the execution of your proposed HIP to help develop the skills for systems thinking, problem-solving, and data-driven decision-making. Planning the implementation of your HIP involves identifying people, processes, and procedures that need to be in place for implementation. In addition, sociodemographic data on the population that may be affected by the healthcare improvement project need to be analyzed to determine risks and opportunities. It is also important for you to perform an assessment of the forces for and against the proposed implementation of the project. Finally, it is important for you to identify short-term objectives and create action plans that align with the vision, mission, and values of the organization where the proposed project could be implemented.   This task requires the submission of your entire HIP paper template, including the “Healthcare Improvement Project Implementation Plan” section of your HIP paper, which you will be developing in this performance assessment and consists of the following subsections: “Implementation Approach”  “Project Schedule and Gantt Chart” “Scope Statement” “Communication Management Plan” While you must submit your entire HIP paper, you will only be evaluated on the “Healthcare Improvement Project Implementation Plan” section and related appendices. This task requires the submission of the following, which should be submitted as appendices to your HIP paper: “Action Plan Template (Appendix H)”  “Force Field Analysis Template (Appendix I)”  “Gantt Chart (Appendix J)” During your clinical practice experience (CPE), you will have the opportunity to submit the “Force Field Analysis” and “Gantt Chart”. These deliverables will be evaluated in your CPE for completion, not quality. When you submit these deliverables as appendices with your HIP paper in this task, they will be evaluated on content and quality of completion. The CPE provides an opportunity for you to practice and improve these items before including them in your performance assessment. REQUIREMENTS Your submission must be your original work. No more than a combined total of 30% of the submission and no more than a 10% match to any one individual source can be directly quoted or closely paraphrased from sources, even if cited correctly. The originality report that is provided when you submit your task can be used as a guide. You must use the rubric to direct the creation of your submission because it provides detailed criteria that will be used to evaluate your work. Each requirement below may be evaluated by more than one rubric aspect. The rubric aspect titles may contain hyperlinks to relevant portions of the course.   Tasks may not be submitted as cloud links, such as links to Google Docs, Google Slides, OneDrive, etc., unless specified in the task requirements. All other submissions must be file types that are uploaded and submitted as attachments (e.g., .docx, .pdf, .ppt).    Complete the “Healthcare Improvement Project Implementation Plan” section of your healthcare improvement project (HIP) paper by doing the following:   Implementation Approach Evaluate your proposed HIP implementation approach by doing the following: Describe how you would organize and lead project meetings, including the method you plan to use to reach consensus on meeting agendas. Explain the process you would use to determine whether the organization had existing policies that could affect the proposed implementation of your project. Evaluate the approach you would use to create your action plan by doing the following: Submit a completed copy of the attached “Action Plan Template (Appendix H)”, which includes the following components: “Action Item Owner Role or Title” “FiveAction Items (specific, high-level)” “Phase Action Item Will Be Completed (e.g., pre-, during, or post-implementation)” “Target Due Date” Explain how you plan to gather input related to the development of your action plan, including the method you would use to reach consensus from members of the project team. Describe the target population of your proposed HIP by doing the following: Describe the social determinants of health (SDOH) and sociodemographic characteristics of your target population. Explain how your proposed HIP would affect the target population. Evaluate the forces for and against the proposed implementation of your project by doing the following: Submit the “Force Field Analysis Template (Appendix I),” which you completed during your CPE, and that includes the following components: threepositive forces that may drive the proposed implementation of your project three negative forces that may restrain the proposed implementation of your project Explain how eachof the three positive forces and each of the three negative forces you identified in the “Force Field Analysis Template (Appendix I)” from part D1 will help you plan your proposed project implementation. Create strategies that may help you overcome eachof the three negative forces that you identified in the “Force Field Analysis Template (Appendix I)” from part D1. Project Schedule and Gantt Chart Describe the approach you would use to create your Gantt chart by doing the following: Submit the clearly visible screenshot of the Gantt chart (Appendix J), which you completed during your CPE, and that should D158 JAM 1 TASK 1 HEALTHCARE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT—IMPLEMENTATION PLAN include, at a minimum, eachof the following fields or components: “Tasks” (This field should list fiveprimary-level HIP tasks.) “Assigned to” (This field should include the initials of the person to whom each task is assigned. Please do not include actual names of people, only initials.) “Progress” (This field should track the percentage complete for eachtask [e.g., 60% complete, 90% complete].) “Start dates” (This field should track the start date of eachtask.) “End dates” (This field should track the end date of eachtask.) “Bar chart” (The bar chart should be a visual representation of the duration of eachtask.) Explain how you gathered information for the development of your Gantt chart. Click here to ORDER an A++ paper from our Verified MASTERS and DOCTORATE WRITERS: D158 JAM 1 TASK 1: HEALTHCARE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT—IMPLEMENTATION PLAN Scope Statement Write a scope statement that includes detailed information on eachof the following components: project justification  1–2project goals 2–3deliverables 2–3key performance indicators (KPIs) project outcome statement Communication Management Plan Create a communication management plan for your proposed project implementation by including detailed information on the following components: intended receivers context communication outcomes key messages message medium Incorporate the following components of APA style and formatting into your HIP paper: bias-free language objectivity, credibility of sources, and evidence-based approach APA-specific rules regarding verb tense, voice, and perspective a title page and headers APA-specific formatting rules for in-text citations and references, margins, spacing, numbering, and indentation for the title page, main body, and appendices of your HIP paper, including headers, bulleted and numbered lists, and tables and figures Demonstrate professional communication in the content and presentation of your submission. File Restrictions File name may contain only letters, numbers, spaces, and these symbols: ! – _ . * ‘ ( ) File size limit: 200 MB File types allowed: doc, docx, rtf, xls, xlsx, ppt, pptx, odt, pdf, txt, qt, mov, mpg, avi, mp3, wav, mp4, wma, flv, asf, mpeg, wmv, m4v, svg, tif, tiff, jpeg, jpg, gif, png, zip, rar, tar, 7z RUBRIC A1:PROJECT MEETINGS NOT EVIDENT The submission does not describe how project meetings would be organized and led. APPROACHING COMPETENCE The submission describes an approach for how project meetings would be organized and led, but the approach used is not effective. Or the method described for reaching consensus on meeting agendas is not provided, or the method is not based on best practice. COMPETENT The submission describes an effective approach for organizing and leading project meetings and includes a method to reach consensus on meeting agendas that is based on best practice. A2:REVIEW OF ORGANIZATIONAL POLICIES NOT EVIDENT The submission does not explain the process that would be used to determine whether the organization had existing policies that could affect project implementation. APPROACHING COMPETENCE The submission explains the process that would be used to determine whether the organization had existing policies that could affect project implementation, but the process is not appropriate for a policy review, or it is missing 1 or more key steps. COMPETENT The submission explains the process that would be used to determine whether the organization had existing policies that could affect project implementation, and the process is appropriate for a policy review and includes all key steps. B1:ACTION PLAN TEMPLATE (APPENDIX H) NOT EVIDENT A copy of the “Action Plan Template (Appendix H)” is not submitted. APPROACHING COMPETENCE A copy of the “Action Plan Template (Appendix H)” is submitted, but 1 or more of the given components are missing. Or 1 or more of the components included are not logical or not relevant to the implementation of the HIP. COMPETENT A completed “Action Plan Template (Appendix H)” is submitted, and each of the given components are logical and relevant to the implementation of the HIP. B2:DEVELOPMENT OF THE ACTION PLAN NOT EVIDENT An explanation of how input related to the development of the action plan would be gathered is not provided. APPROACHING COMPETENCE The explanation of how input related to the development of the action plan would be gathered is not logical or is missing 1 or more key steps. Or the method that would be used to reach consensus from members of the project planning committee is not based on best practice. COMPETENT The explanation of how input related to the development of the action plan would be gathered is logical and includes all key steps. The method that would be used to reach consensus from members of the project planning committee is based on best practice. C1:SDOH AND SOCIODEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS NOT EVIDENT A description of the SDOH and sociodemographic characteristics of the target population is not provided. APPROACHING COMPETENCE The description of the SDOH and sociodemographic characteristics of the target population is not logical or not relevant to the target population. COMPETENT The description of the SDOH and sociodemographic characteristics of the target population is logical and relevant to the target population. C2:BENEFITS OF HIP FOR TARGET POPULATION NOT EVIDENT An explanation of how the proposed HIP would affect the target population is not provided. APPROACHING COMPETENCE The explanation of how the proposed HIP would affect the target population is not logical or does not include relevant examples. COMPETENT The explanation of how the proposed HIP would affect the target population is logical and includes relevant examples. D1:FORCE FIELD ANALYSIS TEMPLATE (APPENDIX I) NOT EVIDENT A copy of the “Force Field Analysis Template (Appendix I)” is not submitted. APPROACHING COMPETENCE A copy of the “Force Field Analysis Template (Appendix I)” is submitted, but 1 or more of the given components are missing, or 1 more of the components included do not relate to the proposed implementation of the HIP. COMPETENT A completed “Force Field Analysis Template (Appendix I)” is submitted, and each of the given components relates to the proposed implementation of the HIP. D2:POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE FORCES NOT EVIDENT The submission does not explain how the positive and negative forces identified in the “Force Field Analysis Template (Appendix I)” from part D1 will help with the planning of the proposed project implementation. APPROACHING COMPETENCE The submission explains how each of the 3 positive forces and each of the 3 negative forces identified in the “Force Field Analysis Template (Appendix I)” from part D1 will help with the planning of the proposed project implementation, but 1 or more of the explained positive or negative forces is not logical. COMPETENT The submission explains how each of the 3 positive forces and each of the 3 negative forces identified in the “Force Field Analysis Template (Appendix I)” from part D1 will help with the planning of the proposed project implementation and each of the explained positive and negative forces is logical. D3:STRATEGIES FOR OVERCOMING NEGATIVE FORCES NOT EVIDENT Strategies to overcome the 3 negative forces identified in the “Force Field Analysis Template (Appendix I)” from part D1 are not provided. APPROACHING COMPETENCE Strategies to overcome the 3 negative forces identified in the “Force Field Analysis Template (Appendix I)” from part D1 are provided, but 1 or more of the strategies are not plausible or are not relevant for addressing negative forces. COMPETENT The strategies to overcome the 3 negative forces identified in the “Force Field Analysis Template (Appendix I)” from part D1 are plausible and relevant for addressing negative forces. E1:SCREENSHOT OF GANTT CHART (APPENDIX J) NOT EVIDENT A screenshot of a Gantt chart is not submitted. APPROACHING COMPETENCE A screenshot of a completed Gantt chart is submitted, but it is not clearly visible. Or 1 or more of the given components of the Gantt chart are missing or not relevant to the proposed HIP implementation. COMPETENT A screenshot of a completed Gantt chart is submitted, and it is clearly visible. The Gantt chart includes each of the given components, and each component is relevant to the proposed HIP implementation. E2:GANTT CHART INFORMATION NOT EVIDENT The explanation of how information was gathered for the development of the Gantt chart is not provided. APPROACHING COMPETENCE The explanation of how information was gathered for the development of the Gantt chart is not logical or is missing 1 or more key steps. COMPETENT The explanation of how information was gathered for the development of the Gantt chart is logical and includes all key steps. F:SCOPE STATEMENT NOT EVIDENT A scope statement is not provided. APPROACHING COMPETENCE The scope statement is missing 1 or more of the given components, or 1 or more of the given components include an incorrect number of required items. Or 1 or more of the given components are missing essential details, are not logical, or are not relevant to the HIP implementation. COMPETENT The scope statement includes all the given components, and each component includes the correct number of required items. Each component includes essential details and is logical and relevant to the HIP implementation. G:COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT PLAN NOT EVIDENT A communication management plan for the proposed project implementation is not provided. APPROACHING COMPETENCE The communication management plan for the proposed project implementation is missing 1 or more of the given components. Or 1 or more of the given components contain details that are not logical or not plausible for the proposed implementation of the HIP. COMPETENT The communication management plan for the proposed project implementation includes all the given components, and each component contains details that are logical and plausible for the proposed implementation of the HIP. H:APA STYLE AND FORMAT NOT EVIDENT The submission does not incorporate the given APA style and format components as described in the current APA manual. APPROACHING COMPETENCE The submission does not accurately or consistently incorporate 1 or more of the given APA style and format components as described in the current APA manual. COMPETENT The submission accurately and consistently incorporates all of the given APA style and format components as described in the current APA manual. I:PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION NOT EVIDENT Content is unstructured, is disjointed, or contains pervasive errors in mechanics, usage, or grammar. Vocabulary or tone is unprofessional or distracts from the topic. APPROACHING COMPETENCE Content is poorly organized, is difficult to follow, or contains errors in mechanics, usage, or grammar that cause confusion. Terminology is misused or ineffective. COMPETENT Content reflects attention to detail, is organized, and focuses on the main ideas as prescribed in the task or chosen by the candidate. Terminology is pertinent, is used correctly, and effectively conveys the intended meaning. Mechanics, usage, and grammar promote accurate interpretation and understanding. SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS Action Plan Template (Appendix H).docx HIP Paper Template – Implementation Version.docx HIP Paper Template – MCA Version.docx   Order Now