In this assessment, you will apply the critical thinking process to identify, search, and suggest a possible solution to a health care management problem. To prepare, complete the following: Review New Health Care Management Realities, located in the Assessment Resources. Select a health care management-related topic. You may choose a health care management topic you would like to research to gain new insight that will be helpful to you in your current work environment or Just a health care management topic you find interesting.
Some examples might include the poor health of hospital employees, disaster preparation, data breaches, physician heritages, and so forth. As you choose your topic, think about how knowing more about the topic will Improve your career or advance your organization’s mission. Selecting an appropriate topic will let you develop a sound argument that is supported by expert opinion. Once you have your health care management-related topic, think about a problem connected to the topic that you would like to research.
For example, if your topic is improving patient safety, the associated problem might be the challenge faced by hospitals in getting employees to use an error-reporting yester. If needed, use the steps and process described In The Critical Thinking Process located In the Assessment Resources. Then, research your topic and problem. Locate 34 scholarly or professional resources on the topic. The resources you locate can help guide the focus of your paper.
For example, if your topic is improving patient safety, and your problem is how hospitals can encourage employees to use an error-reporting system, your research may lead you to focus on how managers can empower employees to solve problems. Your research and the radical thinking process should also help you develop possible solutions to the problem. Assessment Instructions Begin drafting your research paper by developing an introduction, a body with at least three titled sections, a conclusion, and a reference page. Using subheading titles within the body of your paper gives direction and purpose to each of the sections.
Then, summarize and paraphrase the ideas you researched, using in-text citations to give credit to the sources you found. Your assessment should be well organized and Include the following sections: Title page. Introduction (2-3 paragraphs): A good introduction provides an overview of the topic, explains the purpose of the paper, and informs the reader what the paper details. For your assessment, clearly introduce the topic and provide the titles of each section within the body. Provide the following items in your introduction: Identify the health care management topic. The focus of your research.
Body (2-3 pages): The body of a good research paper should have at least three sections. Directly connect each section back to the focus of your research as defined n the introduction. Use the findings of your research to clearly state what you discovered. Be sure you explain why or how to add substance to your topic. For example: Why is it important for hospital employees to report errors? How might unreported errors affect the hospital? Note: Support your statements with the scholarly or professional resources from your research. Keep in mind that Wisped is not considered a scholarly resource.
Conclusion (2-3 paragraphs): Restate your topic or problem and give a brief synopsis of your research, reiterating the key points. Then, summarize your final thoughts, including solutions and implications for your topic. If there are still lingering questions about your topic, also include them. Conclusions are typically 2-3 paragraphs long. Reference page. Include three resources. Additional Requirements Follow PAP format. Use 12 apt. , Times New Roman font. Double-space. Refer to the Health Care Management Problem Assessment Scoring Guide to ensure that you meet the grading criteria for this assessment.
Does not identify a health care management-related topic relevant to the current health care environment. Identifies a topic that is not health care management-related or not relevant to the current health care environment. Identifies a health care management-related topic relevant to the current health care environment. Identifies a health care management-related topic relevant to the current health care environment. Explains how the topic influences the environment. Describe a current health care management problem. Does not identify a current health care management problem.
Identifies a current health care management problem. Describes a current health care management problem. Affects an organization. Apply research to explain a current health care management problem. Does not identify research to explain a current health care management problem. Identifies research to explain a current health care management problem. Applies research to explain a current health care management problem. Applies research and real world examples to explain a current health care management problem. Describe solutions to a current health care management problem.
Does not identify solutions to a current health care management problem. Identifies solutions to a current health care management problem. Describes solutions to a current health care management problem. Describes solutions to a current health care management problem and explains advantages and limitations of solutions. Support ideas with relevant scholarly or professional resources. Does not support ideas with relevant scholarly or professional resources. Supports ideas with resources that are not scholarly or professional, such as Wisped.
Supports ideas with relevant scholarly or professional resources. Supports ideas with relevant scholarly or professional resources. Cites resources appropriately. Write coherently to support a central idea in appropriate PAP format with correct grammar, usage, and mechanics as expected of a health care management professional. Writing does not support a central idea in appropriate PAP format. Does not use correct grammar, usage, and mechanics as expected of a health care management professional. Writing supports an idea. PAP format is inconsistent and contains major errors of grammar, usage, and mechanics.
Managing Information Assets 2. Net Communications – New Communities Management Control Enabling Networked Communities of Practice 3. System Dynamics – Transformation Change Planned Stability and Slow Changes System Dynamics of Continuous Change 4. Employment – Intellectual and Sedentary Labor Based and Active Employment Intellectual and Sedentary Employment 5. Determinants of Health – Lifestyle Choices Public Health Issues Focus on Acute Care Lifestyle Issues and Chronic Disease Control information systems are the new primary infrastructure of healthcare organizations.
These new electronic infrastructure systems both replace and leverage the traditional physical infrastructure, such as warehouses, central offices, and paper- based transactions. Managing information assets has replaced managing tangible assets. 2. Net Communications – New Communities. Extensive networked communications in health care management and society are enabling new forms of communities. Conversations in networked communication media of e-mail, chat, voice, and visual media are changing the messages and the messengers. New communities of practice have changed management control and hypes of communications. . System Dynamics – Transformation Change. New system dynamics are at work in the economy-?everything is speeded up. Now change is faster, unrelenting, and more transformation than at any time in history. In addition, an understanding of the process of change is emerging as the new sciences of chaos and complexity develop. Health care management and society need to be rethought in terms of rapid transformation change, using the new insights of the hidden order in the chaos of complex, adaptive, and dynamic systems. 4. Employment – Intellectual and Sedentary.