tools to manage finkelman video
Watch the film about tools available to management and then answer the questions that follow. When you have finished please put the asignment in the dropbox.
Tools to Manage Finkelman Video
What is the organizational model you utilize at your workplace? (eg Team, Functional nursing, etc.)
Is this what you have used in the past?
Community Health NursingOrder Description
With the increased mobility of human populations diseases can quickly spread around the world. In addition changes in vaccination practices have indicated an increase in communicable diseases that were once thought to be under control. These global health issues present new problems for community health officials. In this task you will analyze a specific recent outbreak of a global communicable disease that has crossed international borders (i.e. TB outbreak Haiti to U.S.). Choose one of the following communicable disease outbreaks to address in your task:
? avian influenza
? respiratory syndrome coronavirus
? meningococcal disease
A. Analyze the selected communicable disease outbreak (suggested length of 2?3 pages) by doing the following:
1. Describe a specific communicable disease outbreak.
Note: This may include the name of the disease countries involved date discovered and date the disease reached certain countries.
2. Analyze the epidemiological determinants of the outbreak.
a. Discuss the route of transmission of the disease causing the outbreak.
b. Discuss any risk factors involved.
3. Discuss how the outbreak could affect your community at a systems level (i.e. how it will affect the functioning of schools local government businesses hospitals).
4. Explain what the reporting protocol would be if an outbreak were to occur in your community.
5. Develop a plan for how you would report about the outbreak to key stakeholders in your community.
6. Discuss strategies (e.g. patient education strategies community education strategies) that you would recommend to prevent an outbreak in your community.
B. Include all in-text citations and references in APA format.
Note: When using sources to support ideas and elements in an assessment the submission MUST include APA formatted in-text citations with a corresponding reference list for any direct quotes or paraphrasing. It is not necessary to list sources that were consulted if they have not been quoted or paraphrased in the text of the assessment.
Note: No more than a combined total of 30% of a submission can be directly quoted or closely paraphrased from outside sources even if cited correctly. For tips on using APA style please refer to the APA Handout web link included in the APA Guidelines section.
make the subtopics in order and strictly follow the guidelines
DIRECTIONS AND GRADING CRITERIA FOR CARE OF POPULATIONS ASSIGNMENT Category Points Description
Community Assessment (including team’s windshield surveys)
25 Provide a description of the community based on the team’s windshield survey, offering critical information about the community and a thorough description of the target population. Use data from databases, interviews, and the textbook to support the assessment.
Nursing Diagnoses 10 Assignment should include three community health diagnoses and one wellness diagnosis.
Priority Health Issue 10 Issue is justified by the data findings and analysis. Issue is in SMART format to include specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-bound components.
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Category Points Description
Community Health Intervention 30 The health promotion goals are in SMART format to include specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-bound components. Proposed interventions are appropriate to the health issue identified and are substantiated by findings in the literature as best practice. The evaluation plan includes structure, process, and outcome criteria. Identification of Community Resources 15 A minimum of two community partners or agencies that can serve as resources for carrying out the proposed intervention are identified. Identify websites or other electronic sources that provide support for the proposed intervention. Identify the specific resources found at the community partner or clinical agency that can be utilized to carry out the proposed intervention.
Presentation Style 10 Presentation is professional, using presentation software. References have proper use of APA sixth edition formatting. Presentation has proper use of APA format, grammar, mechanics, and spelling. Total 100 A quality presentation will meet or exceed all of the above requirements.
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Outstanding or Highest Level of Performance A (92–100%)
Very Good or High Level of Performance
Competent or Satisfactory Level of Performance C (76–83%)
Poor, Failing or Unsatisfactory Level of Performance F (0–75%)
Community Assessment (25 points)
Description of the community assessment is clear and complete; it presents a thorough community profile. (23–25 points)
Description of the community assessment is incomplete; it addresses most of the components of a community assessment adequately. (21–22 points)
Description of the community assessment situation is vague; multiple components of the community assessment are missing. (19–20 points)
Description of the community assessment is missing most of the components of the assessment. (0–18 points)
Nursing Diagnoses (10 points)
Three community health diagnoses and one wellness diagnosis are identified. (10 points)
One of the four required diagnoses is missing. (9 points)
Two of the four required diagnoses are missing. (8 points)
Three or all four of the required diagnoses are missing. (0–7 points)
Priority Health Issue for Target Population (10 points)
Thorough description of the target population; provides two or more items of data in support of the priority health issue for the target population; all five elements of a SMART goal are present. (10 points)
Partial description of the target population; provides one to two items of data in support of the priority health issue for the target population; three to four elements of a SMART goal are present. (9 points)
Partial description of the target population; provides one item of data in support of the priority health issue for the target population; zero to two of the SMART goal elements are present. (8 points)
Minimal or missing description of the target population; health issue not a priority for the target population; zero to one of the SMART goal elements are present. (0–7 points)
Total Points Possible = 100 points Total Points Earned =
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Community Health Intervention (30 points)
Intervention strategy reflects evidence and best practice; level of prevention is identified; feasibility is addressed. The evaluation plan contains structure, process, and outcome measures. ( 28–30 points)
Intervention strategy partially reflects evidence and best practice; level of prevention is identified; feasibility is addressed. The evaluation plan is missing one or more: structure, process, and outcome measures. (26–27 points)
Intervention strategy poorly reflects evidence and best practice; level of prevention is missing; description of the situation is mostly vague or missing. The evaluation plan is lacking structure, process, and/or outcome measures. (23–25 points)
Major elements of the intervention strategy are missing; level of prevention is missing; the evaluation plan is lacking structure, process, and/or outcome measures. (0–22 points)
Identification of Community Resources (15 points)
Identifies three or four relevant resources available to develop the intervention strategy; identifies comprehensive resources that can be used by the community or population; addresses available resources not used; supports ideas with sound, evidence-based rationale. (14–15 points)
Identifies two or three relevant resources available to develop the intervention strategy; identifies two or three resources that can be used by the community or population; supports ideas with sound, evidence-based rationale. (13 points)
Identifies one or two relevant resources available to develop the intervention strategy; identifies one or two resources that can be used by the community or population; provides minimal evidence-based support for ideas. (12 points)
Missing relevant resources available to develop the intervention strategy; does not identify resources that can be used by the community or population; does not provide evidencebased support for ideas. (0–11 points)
Presentation Style (10 points)
Flow of presentation is logical and easy to follow; Ideas are presented clearly; no more than three errors in APA formatting in reference list and in-text citations; two or more evidence-based sources used; proper use of
Flow of presentation is logical and; ideas are presented clearly; no more than three to five errors in APA formatting; in reference list and in-text citations; two evidence-based sources cited; proper use of APA,
Presentation is difficult to follow; APA formatting inconsistent with more than five errors; elements of reference list and in-text citations missing; fewer than two evidence-based sources cited; 5–10 spelling and
Presentation is difficult to follow; ideas vague or not clearly presented; APA formatting inconsistent with more than five errors; reference list and/or in text citations missing; 10 or more spelling and grammar
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APA, grammar, mechanics, and spelling. No more than three spelling and grammar errors combined. All team members consistently maintain professionalism. (10 points)
grammar, mechanics, and spelling; three to five spelling and grammar errors. All team members maintain professionalism.
grammar errors. Professionalism is not maintained by all team members at all times. ( 8 points)
errors. Professionalism is not maintained by all team members at all times. (1–7 points)
Total Points Possible = 100 points
Devry HSM541 Week
8 FInal Exam Latest 2015 November
: (TCO A). You are a healthcare
consultant hired by the Eastcoast Healthcare System to assist in evaluating an
organization’s strategic plan for the next 5 years. The plan will shape the
development of a comprehensive network of services for the community.
You’ve been asked to give a presentation to the board of
directors on options for restructuring the local delivery of healthcare
services. The hospital’s president has asked you to focus your presentation on
the common elements of a comprehensive delivery system and to highlight
innovative methods to restructure. The presentation will lay out the
requirements of an integrated healthcare delivery system and include how much
emphasis should be placed on what types of primary, secondary, tertiary, long-term
care, and palliative care services, and why.
Question 2. Question
: (TCO B). You are the
newly-hired Vice President of Human Resources for the Bayside Community Health
System. You’ve been on the job for just 3 months and have considerable
experience in human resource functions. You have responsibility for all of the
usual human resources functions, including the recruitment process, the
training and development functions, and the retention plan. In addition, you
have the additional departments of volunteers and the hospital chaplain
You’ve identified a number of serious organizational issues
that are impacting the hospital. Turnover is high, there are many vacant
positions, and the organization has a very high number of positions that are
considered hard-to-fill positions because of national workforce shortages in
nursing, pharmacy, and radiology.
The board of directors and the president know that they have
serious human resource issues that will have to change in order for them to
compete in the local healthcare market as an employer-of-choice. As in any
healthcare organization, fiscal resources are limited, but the board is firmly
committed to investing in a well developed human resources plan to decrease
turnover and stem the ever-growing turnover and vacancy rates. The president
has asked you to attend the next board of directors meeting to share your plan
for addressing these serious issues. What will you tell them in your
presentation to address the retention and recruitment problems?
Question 3. Question
: (TCO C). You are the
administrator of a small nonprofit rural hospital. You have been approached by
a large for-profit healthcare system located about 75 miles away for talks
about a possible merger. You know that the for-profit system limits the amount
of Medicare and Medicaid patients treated for economic reasons. These
controversial decisions present not only a major breakdown in the healthcare
delivery system but also in the financing of healthcare for many individuals in
the U.S. Discuss the pros and cons of becoming part of this urban system.
Question 4. Question
: (TCO D). As the Executive
Director of the National Association for Managed Care Organizations, you know
that national healthcare reform will bring about revolutionary changes in your
member organizations. Public outcry for changes has been heard loud and long,
Congress is calling for reform, and providers are extremely frustrated with how
you pay and control the utilization of services.
You have been invited by a congressional panel to discuss
how the managed care industry can be overhauled to provide a more
customer-responsive product and address the issue of national healthcare costs.
What are the high-priority issues that will need to be
discussed to overhaul the managed care industry? What stakeholders must be
considered in the planning process?
Question 5. Question
: (TCO E). You are the new
director of human resources for a long-term care facility and have been charged
by your nursing home administrator to come up with a new healthcare benefits
plan that will improve healthcare services and provide them cost effectively.
You employ approximately 1,800 employees and provide traditional healthcare
services. You want to have wellness and prevention services covered so that you
can hopefully improve the health of your employees, thereby saving monies in
your illness coverage, as well as nonproductive time in sick days.
You are meeting with the administrator this afternoon. What
will you propose to revise the health plan and to take a more preventative and
wellness approach to employee benefits?
Question 6. Question
: (TCO F). You are the Corporate
Vice President for Quality for the Patient-First Healthcare System, a national
system of acute care hospitals located throughout the U.S. Your organization
has just approved additional monies for developing a new quality management
system. Each hospital has implemented its own quality management program. Some
of the programs demonstrate stellar results and high levels of patient
satisfaction, whereas other hospitals have less impressive results.
Your focus as the corporate VP for quality is to develop a
corporate quality improvement program that will be standard throughout all of
the company’s hospitals. It must also be responsive to any local needs or
issues. How will you craft that plan?
What will you include in your plan? Include some specific examples of what you
might measure. How will you get buy-in from your individual organizations that
already have their own plan?
Question 7. Question
: (TCO G). You’ve just been
hired as the chief operating officer (COO) for a new orthopedic physician
practice. The new practice was created by two previously independent practice
groups that had fines for governmental regulatory violations, as well as
suspected fraudulent billing practices. You just received a subpoena to appear
in court and testify as to your role in the organization and knowledge of
All you know is that the clinic has recently purchased a new
electronic billing and medical records system that is HIPAA-compliant. One goal
of this electronic system is to address all areas of compliance and to clean up
any issues from the past. It is also intended to position the new organization
as an organization with an impeccable reputation for compliance. Articulate your
vision for this plan and the components that are required for its success. How
will you justify the expense associated with your plan? Keep in mind that you
have a newly formed organization and differing organizational cultures.