Prepare a 4–5-page summary report of a rural health care problem and potential solutions.Turning barriers into bridges is a skill you will want to develop as a care coordination expert. Today, care coordination is required often in rural areas where there are limited resources and the need to work creatively with interprofessional team members who may reside outside of the local area. The use of telehealth becomes a bridge to care coordination as a collaborative tool for health care providers as a team of specialist. Preparation For this assessment, you will develop prepare summary report for improved rural health in the form of a scholarly document. Directions There are many opportunities to turn barriers into bridges when working with limited resources. Imagine you are working as a care coordination consultant in a rural area and you need to find affordable solutions to many complex patient issues. You have decided to start with one type of patient population to design a path for care coordination using the resources in the community in conjunction with telehealth with regional outreach partners. Following these instructions will help ensure you meet the scoring guide criteria: Identify and describe a rural community, the patient issues they face, and one specific population you can assist with this plan. Address any cultural or diversity-aware responsibilities the care coordinator should consider. Identify the interprofessional team providers currently available in the rural community. Analyze how they can be assisted by telehealth partners in the region, and any other stakeholders that may be involved. Describe the nuances for this population related to cultural competence for the interprofessional team, and how this affects care coordination and collaboration. Recommend technology-based outreach strategies supported by evidence-based research. Incorporate proven educational and evidence-based strategies, and how they might be modified using the outreach partners to enhance care in this rural community. Also, do consider the legal issues with telehealth and how this new strategy provides a clear path to ethical practice into the future. Support main points, claims, and conclusions with relevant and credible evidence, correctly formatting citations and references using APA style. Scoring Guide Criteria Your assessment should meet the following scoring guide criteria: Describe a specific population need and the community. Analyze current available interprofessional team providers and resources. Identify areas of cultural competency the team must address. Recommend technology-based outreach strategies supported by evidence-based research. Identify possible legal issues. Explain the continuation of ethical care in the updated system. 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: 4–5 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. Coordination, Strategy, and Technology 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 2, pages 43–56. Part II: Action Issue 3, pages 57–68. Chang, L., Wanner, K. J., Kovalsky, D., Smith, K. L., & Rhod, K. V. (2018). It’s really overwhelming: Patient perspectives on care coordination. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, 31(5), 682–690. Retrieved from https://www.jabfm.org/content/31/5/682 Rea, C. J., Wenren, L. M., Tran, K. D., Zwemer, E., Mallon, D., Bernson-Leung, M., . . . Toomey, S. L. (2018). Shared care: Using an electronic consult form to facilitate primary care provider–specialty care coordination. Academic Pediatrics, 18(7), 797–804. Fernandez, J., McGuire, A., & Raikou, M. (2018). Hospital coordination and integration with social care in England: The effect on post-operative length of stay. Journal of Health Economics, 61, 233–243. SHOW LESS Communication and Cultural Competence Ghaffari, A., Wells, R., Creel, L., & Siañez, M. (2018, March). A relational perspective on care coordination [PDF]. Health Care Management Review, 1–10. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. (n.d.). TeamSTEPPS: Team strategies & tools to enhance performance & patient safety. Retrieved from https://www.ahrq.gov/teamstepps/index.html This resource offers information and toolkits about cohesive team building. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. (n.d.). TeamSTEPPS helps St. Louis Hospital keep C-section rate low. Retrieved from https://www.ahrq.gov/news/newsroom/case-studies/201904.html This case study offers an example of successful interdisciplinary communication. Enhancing Care With Technology 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 4, pages 69–80. Erber-lapierre, N. (2018). Care coordination of services for people living with HIV: A case study of a rural clinic. Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling, 12(4), 265–278. Kramlich, D., Kronk, R., Marcellus, L., Colbert, A., & Jakub, K. (2018). Rural postpartum women with substance use disorders. Qualitative Research, 28(9), 1449–1461. Nursing – Oncology nursing; findings on oncology nursing reported by investigators at Vidant Medical Center (care coordination overcoming barriers to improve outcomes for patients with hematologic malignancies in rural settings). (2019, March 26). Cancerweekly Plus, 1893 Falconer, E., Kho, D., & Docherty, J. P. (2018). Use of technology for care coordination initiatives for patients with mental health issues: A systematic literature review. Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment, 14, 2337–2349. Watterson, J. L., Rodriguez, H. P., Aguilera, A., & Shortell, S. M. (2018). Ease of use of electronic health records and relational coordination among primary care team members [PDF]. Health Care Management Review, 44(4).
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