You will develop a presentation consisting of 8 –10 slides for the leaders of a health care organization or community-based care delivery service in which you explore current organizational or community resources for a specific situation related to care delivery. ******ACCESS TO CARE*** (can be related to barriers such as transportation, rural area, finances, health literacy, etc) To affect quality care coordination as a leader in practice, you have to understand the outcomes you want to achieve, the best practice that supports the outcomes, the related legal and ethical concerns and how to determine recommendations to produce the outcomes. This includes collaboration with the interprofessional team, data use, and the ability to communicate clearly and precisely. You will develop a presentation for the leaders of a health care organization or community-based care delivery service in which you explore current organizational or community resources for a specific situation related to care delivery. Your presentation will include either voice-over or video of you speaking about your presentation to the audience. Your slides should include bulleted points (one line each) that highlight your points for each topic. Your slides should not be text-intensive; put all the details in the speaker notes. PRESENTATION FORMAT AND LENGTH—— DO NOT EXCEED 10 SLIDES At a minimum, your presentation must include the following slides: Title. Purpose (the reasons for your presentation). A specific situation related to care delivery and current organizational or community resources. The legal and ethical issues that can occur due to the current practice. Recommendations for improvement and a comparison to current practice. An evidence-based intervention. Explanation of data use and interprofessional support. References (at the end of your presentation). The content of your presentation should consist of 8–10 slides, not including the title, purpose, and references slides. Cite 5–7 sources of credible, scholarly, or professional evidence to support your analysis and recommendations. List your sources on the references slide. Your assessment should meet the following scoring guide criteria: Analyze the ethical issues pertaining to using health care information systems for care coordination. Evaluate the legal issues of current practices and potential changes. Compare current outcomes to outcomes seen with best practices. Identify an appropriate evidence-based intervention. Define role of stakeholders and interprofessional teams in an intervention. Explain the use of data-driven outcomes, including data measures and evaluation periods. Recommend ongoing practices to sustain outcomes. Communicate effectively in a manner consistent with professional and scholarly expectations. Additional Requirements Your assessment should also meet the following requirements: Communication: Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, respectful, and consistent with expectations for professional practice in education. Original work and critical thinking are required regarding your assessment and scholarly writing. Your writing must be free of errors that detract from the overall message. Media presentation: Include 8–10 slides, with notes or a transcript to ensure accessibility to everyone. Upload the presentation. Resources: Include 5–7 scholarly resources, other than the text or articles in the Resources. Include citations at the end of the presentation. APA guidelines: Resources and citations are formatted according to current APA style and format. When appropriate, use APA-formatted headings. Font and font size: Use a professional-looking font of appropriate size and weight for presentation, generally 24–28 points for headings and no smaller than 18 points for bullet-point text. American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing. (2016). Scope and standards of practice for registered nurses in care coordination and transition management. Pitman, NJ: Author. SHOW LESS Assessments and Needs 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 1: Chapter 1, pages 3–14. Moreno, M. A. (2019). Pediatric care coordination. JAMA Pediatrics, 173(1), 112. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. (n.d.). Topics: Care coordination. Retrieved from https://www.ahrq.gov/topics/care-coordination.html Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. (n.d.). Health information technology: Care coordination. Retrieved from https://healthit.ahrq.gov/health-care-theme/care-coordination Resources and Actions 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: Chapter 2, pages 15–27. Schor, E. L. (2019). Ten essential characteristics of care coordination. JAMA Pediatrics, 173(1), 5. Ethical and Legal Issues 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 1, pages 31–42. Velasquez, D. (2019). Care coordination for the outpatient total knee arthroplasty patient. Medsurg Nursing, 28(2), 128–129. Jacobi, E., Stolee, P., Boscart, V., Giangregorio, L., & Heckman, G. (2018). Coordinating care for older adults in primary care settings: Understanding the current context [PDF]. BMC Family Practice, 19(137), 1–10. HIMSS comments on HIPAA RFI on improving coordinated care. (2019, February 20). Targeted News Service.
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