For this assessment, you will create a toolkit that includes a brief job description, interview questions, and a narrative overview in the form of a scholarly document. Requirements Prepare a job description, 4–6 interview questions, and a 2–3- page narrative overview. Your community is in need of a new care coordination role to assist with care in an organization or on larger scope in the region. For this assessment, you, as a care coordination leader, design the role of a care coordinator by creating a job description and describing the attributes that you are looking for in a candidate to fill this position. Following these instructions will help ensure you meet the scoring guide criteria: Describe the care coordinator role need specific to your chosen community or region. This description should include the attributes you deem essential to the role, related to standards of practice. Provide 4–6 interview questions that demonstrate the qualities of an effective, ethical, and culturally aware nurse leader. Think about the standards of practice for care coordination and transition management, leading the interprofessional team in collaborative change, and the candidate’s ability to be a visionary for change in the organization or community. Analyze the ideal candidate’s knowledge related to legal and ethical considerations, stakeholder and interprofessional teams, cultural competence, and data use to improve care coordination in a 2–3-page narrative. In other words, explain what knowledge and skills a care coordinator should demonstrate for this role. such as knowledge of legal and ethical considerations as well as stakeholder and interprofessional team collaboration, being culturally competent, and knowing how to assess and use data to enhance care. The result will be a toolkit to assist the interview team in understanding how to choose the best candidate. Scoring Guide Criteria Your assessment should meet the following scoring guide criteria: Create a job description and interview questions for a care coordination leadership position. Analyze the candidate’s knowledge related to ethical guidelines and practices to improve care coordination. Analyze the candidate’s knowledge of laws and policies within care coordination. Analyzes the candidate’s knowledge related to stakeholder and interprofessional teams to implement care coordination. Analyze the candidate’s knowledge related to data outcomes use to enhance care. Communicate effectively in an appropriate form and style, consistent with applicable professional and scholarly standards. Additional Requirements Your assessment should also meet the following requirements: Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message. APA formatting: Your paper should demonstrate current APA style and formatting. Number of resources: Include 5–7 resources, appropriately cited throughout your paper and in your reference list. Length: 2–3 pages, typed and double-spaced, not including the title page and reference list. Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point. American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing. (2016). Scope and standards of practice for registered nurses in care coordination and transition management. Pitman, NJ: Author. Quality, Responsibility, and Accountability Figueroa, J. F., Feyman, Y., Zhou, X., & Maddox, K. J. (2018). Hospital-level care coordination strategies associated with better patient experience. BMJ Quality & Safety, 27(10), 844–851. SHOW LESS Stakeholders and Data American Nurses Association. (2018). Care coordination: A blueprint for action for RNs. Silver Spring, MD: Author. Available in the courseroom via the VitalSource Bookshelf link. Part II: Action Issue 5, pages 81–94. Andrews, M.-M., Storm, D. S., Burr, C. K., Aaron, E., Hoyt, M. J., Statton, A., & Weber, S. (2018). Perinatal HIV service coordination: Closing gaps in the HIV care continuum for pregnant women and eliminating perinatal HIV transmission in the United States. Public Health Reports, 133(5), 532–542. Sweeney, P., Hoyte, T., Mulatu, M.S., Bickham, J., Brantley, A. D., Hicks, C., . . . Wendell, D. (2018). Implementing a data to care strategy to improve health outcomes for people with HIV: A report from the care and prevention in the United States Demonstration Project. Public Health Reports, 133(Supplement 2), 60S–74S. Leading Care Coordination American Nurses Association. (2018). Care coordination: A blueprint for action for RNs. Silver Spring, MD: Author. Available in the courseroom via the VitalSource Bookshelf link. Read Part II: Action Issue 6, pages 95–105. Read Part III, pages 107–115. Schmidt, A. K., Lilleeng, B., Baste, V., Mildestvedt, T., & Ruths, S. (2018). First four years of operation of a municipal acute bed unit in rural Norway [PDF]. Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care, 36(4), 390–396. Parker, S. H., Schmutz, J. B., & Manse, T. (2018). Training needs for adaptive coordination: Utilizing task analysis to identify coordination requirements in three different clinical settings. Group & Organization Management, 43(3), 504–527.
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