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it is not a writing assignment it is only a chart or word table to compare and c

it is not a writing assignment it is only a chart or word table to compare and contrast the healthcare system in the United States with to other international healthcare systems, I already uploaded my textbook as a PDF which will be one of the two resources which were required. also, it is one paper, excluded the resource paper & front paper

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Analyze the elements of a successful quality improvement initiative.

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For this assessment, you will develop a Word document or an online resource repository of at least 12 annotated professional or scholarly resources that you consider critical for the audience of your safety improvement plan, pertaining to medication administration, to understand or implement to ensure the success of the plan.
Communication in the health care environment consists of an information-sharing experience whether through oral or written messages (Chard & Makary, 2015). As health care organizations and nurses strive to create a culture of safety and quality care, the importance of interprofessional collaboration, the development of tool kits, and the use of wikis become more relevant and vital. In addition to the dissemination of information and evidence-based findings and the development of tool kits, continuous support for and availability of such resources are critical. Among the most popular methods to promote ongoing dialogue and information sharing are blogs, wikis, websites, and social media. Nurses know how to support people in time of need or crisis and how to support one another in the workplace; wikis in particular enable nurses to continue that support beyond the work environment. Here they can be free to share their unique perspectives, educate others, and promote health care wellness at local and global levels (Kaminski, 2016).
You are encouraged to complete the Determining the Relevance and Usefulness of Resources activity prior to developing the repository. This activity will help you determine which resources or research will be most relevant to address a particular need. This may be useful as you consider how to explain the purpose and relevance of the resources you are assembling for your tool kit. The activity is for your own practice and self-assessment, and demonstrates course engagement.
Demonstration of Proficiency
By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria:
Competency 1: Analyze the elements of a successful quality improvement initiative.
Analyze usefulness of resources for role group responsible for implementing quality and safety improvements with medication administration.
Competency 2: Analyze factors that lead to patient safety risks.
Analyze the value of resources to reduce patient safety risk or improve quality with medication administration.
Competency 3: Identify organizational interventions to promote patient safety.
Identify necessary resources to support the implementation and sustainability of a safety improvement initiative focusing on medication administration.
Competency 5: Apply professional, scholarly, evidence-based strategies to communicate in a manner that supports safe and effective patient care.
Present reasons and relevant situations for resource tool kit to be used by its target audience.
Communicate resource tool kit in a clear, logically structured, and professional manner that applies current APA style and formatting.
References
Chard, R., & Makary, M. A. (2015). Transfer-of-care communication: Nursing best practices. AORN Journal, 102(4), 329–342.
Kaminski, J. (2016). Why all nurses can/should be authors. Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics, 11(4), 1–7.
Professional Context
Nurses are often asked to implement processes, concepts, or practices—sometimes with little preparatory communication or education. One way to encourage sustainability of quality and process improvements is to assemble an accessible, user-friendly tool kit for knowledge and process documentation. Creating a resource repository or tool kit is also an excellent way to follow up an educational or in-service session, as it can help to reinforce attendees’ new knowledge as well as the understanding of its value. By practicing creating a simple online tool kit, you can develop valuable technology skills to improve your competence and efficacy. This technology is easy to use, and resources are available to guide you.
Scenario
For this assessment, consider taking one of these two approaches:
1.Build on the work done in your first three assessments and create an online tool kit or resource repository that will help the audience of your in-service understand the research behind your safety improvement plan pertaining to medication administration and put the plan into action.
2.Locate a safety improvement plan (your current organization, the Institution for Healthcare Improvement, or a publicly available safety improvement initiative) pertaining to medication administration and create an online tool kit or resource repository that will help an audience understand the research behind the safety improvement plan and how to put the plan into action.
Preparation
Google Sites is recommended for this assessment; the tools are free to use and should offer you a blend of flexibility and simplicity as you create your online tool kit. Please note that this requires a Google account; use your Gmail or GoogleDocs login, or create an account following the directions under the “Create Account” menu.
Refer to the following links to help you get started with Google Sites:
G Suite Learning Center. (n.d.). Get started with Sites. https://gsuite.google.com/learning-center/products/sites/get-started/#!/
Google. (n.d.). Sites. https://sites.google.com
Google. (n.d.). Sites help. https://support.google.com/sites/?hl=en#topic=
Instructions
Using Google Sites, assemble an online resource tool kit containing at least 12 annotated resources that you consider critical to the success of your safety improvement initiative. These resources should enable nurses and others to implement and maintain the safety improvement you have developed.
It is recommended that you focus on the 3 or 4 most critical categories or themes with respect to your safety improvement initiative pertaining to medication administration. For example, for an initiative that concerns improving workplace safety for practitioners, you might choose broad themes such as general organizational safety and quality best practices; environmental safety and quality risks; individual strategies to improve personal and team safety; and process best practices for reporting and improving environmental safety issues.
Following the recommended scheme, you would collect 3 resources on average for each of the 4 categories focusing on safety with medication administration. Each resource listing should include the following:
An APA-formatted citation of the resource with a working link.
A descriiption of the information, skills, or tools provided by the resource.
A brief explanation of how the resource can help nurses better understand or implement the safety improvement initiative pertaining to medication administration.
A descriiption of how nurses can use this resource and when its use may be appropriate.
Remember that you must make your site ‘public’ so that your faculty can access it. Check out the Google Sites resources for more information.
Here is an example entry:
Merret, A., Thomas, P., Stephens, A., Moghabghab, R., & Gruneir, M. (2011). A collaborative approach to fall prevention. Canadian Nurse, 107(8), 24–29.
This article presents the Geriatric Emergency Management-Falls Intervention Team (GEM-FIT) project. It shows how a collaborative nurse lead project can be implemented and used to improve collaboration and interdisciplinary teamwork, as well as improve the delivery of health care services. This resource is likely more useful to nurses as a resource for strategies and models for assembling and participating in an interdisciplinary team than for specific fall-prevention strategies. It is suggested that this resource be reviewed prior to creating an interdisciplinary team for a collaborative project in a health care setting.
Additionally, be sure that your plan addresses the following, which corresponds to the grading criteria in the scoring guide. Please study the scoring guide carefully so you understand what is needed for a distinguished score.
Identify necessary resources to support the implementation and continued sustainability of a safety improvement initiative pertaining to medication administration.
Analyze the usefulness of resources to the role group responsible for implementing quality and safety improvements focusing on medication administration.
Analyze the value of resources to reduce patient safety risk related to medication administration.
Present reasons and relevant situations for use of resource tool kit by its target audience.
Communicate in a clear, logically structured, and professional manner that applies current APA style and formatting.
Example Assessment: You may use the following example to give you an idea of what a Proficient or higher rating on the scoring guide would look like but keep in mind that your tool kit will focus on promoting safety with medication administration. Note that you do not have to submit your bibliography in addition to the Google Site; the example bibliography is merely for your reference.
Assessment 4 Example [PDF].
To submit your online tool kit assessment, paste the link to your Google Site in the assessment submission box.
Example Google Site: You may use the example Google Site, Resources for Safety and Improvement Measures in Geropsychiatric Care, to give you an idea of what a Proficient or higher rating on the scoring guide would look like for this assessment but keep in mind that your tool kit will focus on promoting safety with medication administration.
Please do not use references past 5 years
Attached below is an example paper for a guide.

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Describe the ownership structure of you healthcare business.

Please write a business plan for adult family home business in Washington state. (Seattle or any other area in Washington state). I have included an attachment on how to start the business just as a reference but you can research any information you can use as long as is in Washington state. I have also attached 2 of the businesses screenshots that are on sale just to give you an insight of what it is.
My plan is 6 residents in a home setting that i will lease.
Below are the points i am looking for but you can also add which ever one you feel like they are important.
Executive summary – Explain the basics of your company.
Company description –
Write the mission and goals of your adult family home.
Services –
Describe what services you will be providing.
Marketing plan – How will people learn about your business? Decide the pricing of your business as well.
Management and organization – Describe the ownership structure of you healthcare business.
Operational plan – Explain the facility and staff, as well as supplies you will need to operate.
Financial plan – This is where you will write a cash flow projection, balance sheet snapshot and break-even analysis.

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Explain how your stories are related to quality and safety goals.

You have been asked to conduct an analysis of your care setting that will result in two potential pathways toward a strategic plan to improve health care quality and safety in your organization, department, team, community project, or other care setting. To accomplish this, you will take two approaches to the analysis:
Complete the discovery and dream phases of an appreciative inquiry (AI) project.
Conduct a strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) analysis.
To help ensure that your analysis is well-received, the requester has suggested that you:
Present your analysis results in four parts:
Part 1: Appreciative Inquiry Discovery and Dream.
Part 2: SWOT Analysis.
Part 3: Comparison of Approaches.
Part 4: Analysis of Relevant Leadership Characteristics and Skills.
Part 1: Appreciative Inquiry Discovery and Dream
Synthesize stories and evidence about times when a care setting performed at its best with regard to quality and safety goals.
Collect stories from your care setting. You may collect stories through interviews or conversations with colleagues or provide your own.
Explain how your stories are related to quality and safety goals.
Describe the evidence you have that substantiates your stories.
Identify the positive themes reflected in your stories.
Describe other evidence (for example: data, awards, accreditations) that validates your care setting’s positive core.
Propose positive, yet attainable, quality and safety improvement goals for your care setting.
Explain how accomplishing these goals will lead to ethical and culturally-sensitive improvements in quality and safety.
Explain how your proposed goals align with your care setting’s mission, vision, and values.
Part 2: SWOT Analysis
Conduct a SWOT analysis of your care setting, with respect to quality and safety goals.
Provide a narrative descriiption of your analysis.
Identify the assessment tool you used as the basis of your analysis.
Describe your key findings and their relationships to quality and safety goals.
Describe one area of concern that you identified in your SWOT analysis—relevant to your care setting’s mission, vision, and values—for which you would propose pursuing improvements.
Explain how this area of concern relates to your care setting’s mission, vision, and values.
Explain why you believe it will be necessary and valuable to pursue improvements related to this area of concern.
Part 3: Comparison of Approaches
Compare the AI and SWOT approaches to analysis and reflect on the results.
Describe your mindset when examining your care setting from an AI perspective and from a SWOT perspective.
Describe the types of data and evidence you searched for when taking an AI approach and a SWOT approach.
Describe the similarities and differences between the two approaches when communicating and interacting with colleagues.
Part 4: Analysis of Relevant Leadership Characteristics and Skills
Analyze the leadership characteristics and skills most desired in the person leading potential performance improvement projects, taking both an AI and SWOT approach.
Explain how these characteristics and skills would help a leader facilitate a successful AI-based project and a successful SWOT-based project.
Comment on any shared characteristics or skills you identified as helpful for both AI and SWOT approaches.

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Describe how you incorporated the patient’s individual culture, identity, abilities, and beliefs into the plan of care.

Develop a patient-centered concept map for congestive heart failure. This could be a disease, or a disorder based upon the best available evidence that has been individualized to treat your patient’s health, economic, and cultural needs. Write a brief 3–5 page narrative that explains why the resources cited in the concept map and narrative are valuable and relevant. Describe how you incorporated the patient’s individual culture, identity, abilities, and beliefs into the plan of care. Also, be clear about your specific communication strategies for relating information to the patient and their family.
The bullet points below correspond to grading criteria in the scoring guide. Be sure that your map and narrative address all of the bullets below, at minimum.
Part 1: Concept Map
Visit Healthy People 2030’s Browse Objectives page and select a topic.
Design a patient-centered concept map based upon the best available evidence for treating a patient’s specific health, economic, and cultural needs.
Include objective and subjective assessment findings to support three nursing diagnoses.
Include interventions that will meet your patient’s individual needs.
Include measurable outcomes for each nursing diagnosis using SMART goals: (S)pecific, (M)easurable, (A)chievable, (R)elevant, and (T)ime-bound.
Part 2: Supporting the Concept Map
Analyze the needs of a patient, and those of their family, to ensure that the interventions in the concept map will be relevant and appropriate for their beliefs, values, and lifestyle.
Explain how you incorporated the patient’s individual culture, identity, abilities, and beliefs into the plan of care.
Consider how your patient’s economic situation and relevant environmental factors may have contributed to your patient’s current condition or could affect future health.
Consider how your patient’s culture or family should inform your concept map.
Apply strategies for communicating with the patient and their family in an ethical, culturally sensitive, and inclusive way.
Explain how you will communicate the proposed interventions and evaluation plan in an ethical, culturally sensitive, and inclusive way. Ensure that your strategies:
Promote honest communications.
Facilitate sharing only the information you are required and permitted to share.
Enable you to make complex medical terms and concepts understandable to your patient and their family regardless of language, abilities, or educational level.
Explain the value and relevance of the resources you used as the basis for your patient-centered concept map.
Explain why your evidence is valuable and relevant to your patient’s case.
Include a critique of the resources you used and specify the level of evidence.
Explain why each piece of evidence is appropriate for the health issue you are addressing and for the unique situation of your patient and the family.
Include how the evidence was used to plan your interventions.
Convey purpose of the assessment narrative in an appropriate tone and style, incorporating supporting evidence and adhering to organizational, professional, and scholarly communication standards.
Integrate relevant sources to support assertions, correctly formatting citations and references using APA style.
The suggested headings for your paper are:
Patient Needs Analysis.
Communication Strategies.
Value and Relevance of Resources.

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Explain why budgets are an important part of the planning process.

The assignment has two distinct parts:
Part 1: Medical-Surgical Department Operating Budget
Relevant scoring guide criteria:
Provide this year’s correct revenue, expenses, and net revenue/expense.
Estimate the correct revenue, expenses, and net revenue/expenses for the next fiscal year.
For Part 1 of this assignment, you will use the information presented in the Vila Health: Developing an Operating Budget multimedia as context to create your operating budget. Using the data provided in the first three columns, you will be developing an operating budget for the medical-surgical department at the St. Anthony Medical Center for the next fiscal year, as well as estimating the revenue and expenses for the remainder of the current fiscal year. Assume that next year’s revenue will be unchanged from the current year’s revenue; however, the department will need to cut operating expenses by 5 percent for next fiscal year.
You may download and use the Excel spreadsheet from the multimedia as your template for this part, or the Medical-Surgical Department Budget [XLSX].
Part 2: Types of Budgets and Their Importance
In the second part of the assignment, you will demonstrate your understanding of the importance of budgets within the context of financial and strategic planning for health care organizations. A “comprehensive analysis,” in the financial world, refers to the complete analysis of every relevant aspect of a company’s financial operations. The goal of such analysis is to provide a complete picture of the financial status of a company both in the current time and projected into the future. What is your interpretation of the numbers? What are the numbers telling you? Use the readings from your Financial Management for Public, Health, and Not-for-Profit Organizations as well as the independent research you conducted to fully develop a 2–4 page response (excluding title and references pages) to the relevant scoring guide criteria:
Explain why budgets are an important part of the planning process.
“Explain” means to make something (an idea, situation, or problem) clear to someone by describing it in more detail or revealing relevant facts or ideas.
Explain the difference between operating, project, and capital budgets.
Analyze the impact of the budget on the operations of the organization.
“Analyze” means to examine methodically and in detail the constitution or structure of something (especially information), typically for purposes of explanation and interpretation.
Adhere to the rules of grammar, usage, and mechanics.
“Grammar” refers to the basic rules for how sentences are constructed and how words combine to make sentences (for example, word order, case, and tense).
“Usage” refers to correct word choice and phrasing, particularly with regard to the meanings of words and phrases.
“Mechanics” refers to correct use of capitalization, punctuation, and spelling.
Apply APA formatting to in-text citations and references.
Be sure to include a separate references page.
Additional Submission Requirements
Your assignment should meet the following requirements:
Structure: Include a title page and reference page. You will submit two documents for your assignment:
Medical-Surgical Department Budget [XLSX] Excel Spreadsheet (Part 1: Medical-Surgical Department Operating Budget).
Developing an Operating Budget Assignment Template [DOC] Word Document (Part 2: Types of Budgets and Their Importance).
Length: Part 2 should be 2–4 double-spaced pages in length, excluding the title and reference pages.
References: Cite at least four current scholarly or professional resources.
Your textbook can be one of the four resources.
APA formatting: You may wish to refer to the following APA resources to help with your structure, formatting, and style:
Evidence and APA.
APA Style Paper Tutorial [DOCX].
APA Style Paper Template [DOCX].
Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point, for narrative portions only.

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Explain how the team can get out of the storming stage.

The Module 1 Assessment requires you to consider how effective teams are built. Some considerations in this assessment include the traits of an effective team leader as well as the strategies one would use to recruit team members that would communicate and work effectively together.
Prior to working on the assessment, consider completing the following learning activity, as it will prepare you to address the assessment requirements.
Using material from Chapter 12 of your text and the article in the supplemental reading (Rao, 2016), you will write an informative essay sharing best practices for effective team-building at a fictional company.
Scenario (fictional): Collapsible Workspaces (CW) creates workspaces based on client needs worldwide. They are a hybrid company mixing online contracting and manufacturing plants located in three countries: The U.S., Spain, and Malaysia. They primarily create small office spaces for up to 10 persons that can then be collapsed and moved to another site in remote areas. The company, in turn, subcontracts a shipping line in each of these three countries that carry the collapsible offices to ports around the world and then trucks the offices to the client site. Companies subscribe on a contractual basis for this collapsible office service once they have initially paid for the construction of the offices. Each team is headed by a senior installer who supervises the two installers, the shipping company contact, and the truckers.
Lately, there have been problems between the installers, the subcontracted shippers, and truckers who must work as a team to get each job completed at the location on time. The shippers and the truckers all say that CW supervisors are not their supervisors. The teams seem stuck in the storming stage (see Exhibit 12.2). This problem has led to delays in installations and cost overruns.
Assessment Checklist:
Describe at least three specific ways this organization could build more effective teams with their subcontractors with supporting detail.
Identify and give an example of four traits demonstrated by effective team leaders per Exhibit 12.4 of the textbook.
Explain how the team can get out of the storming stage. (See Exhibit 12.2)
Based on the reading, describe how this team could become more cohesive with high-performance norms (See Exhibit 12.6).
Explain two ways this organization could ensure team leads are exhibiting the traits of an effective team leader with supporting details.
The paper is required to include an introduction, conclusion and be at least two double-spaced pages in length, using 11-point Georgia font. For assistance with current APA format and citation style, please see the Academic Success Center under Academic Tools.
Your submission must include a minimum of two references. The first being the course textbook, and the second is an article from the database ABI/INFORM Collection in the PG Library. Any additional articles must also derive from the database ABI/INFORM Collection. Cite using in-text citations where appropriate. Your sources and content should follow current APA format and citation style. Visit the Academic Success Center found in the Academic Tools area in your course for further assistance.
Disclaimer: The organization and characters depicted in this exercise are fictional. Any resemblance to real organizations or individuals is purely coincidental.

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What is your experience with collecting data and entering it into a database?

As you begin to prepare this assessment you are encouraged to complete the Conabedian Quality Assessment Framework activity. Quality health care delivery requires systematic action. Completion of this will help you succeed with the assessment as you consider how the triad of structure (such as the hospital, clinic, provider qualifications/organizational characteristics) and process (such as the delivery/coordination/education/protocols/practice style or standard of care) may be modified to achieve quality outcomes.
The American Nursing Association (ANA) established the National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators (NDNQI®) in 1998 to track and report on quality indicators heavily influenced by nursing action.
NDNQI® was established as a standardized approach to evaluating nursing performance in relation to patient outcomes. It provides a database and quality measurement program to track clinical performance and to compare nursing quality measures against other hospital data at the national, regional, and state levels. Nursing-sensitive quality indicators help establish evidence-based practice guidelines in the inpatient and outpatient settings to enhance quality care outcomes and initiate quality improvement educational programs, outreach, and protocol development.
The quality indicators the NDNQI® monitors are organized into three categories: structure, process, and outcome. Theorist Avedis Donabedian first identified these categories. Donabedian’s theory of quality health care focused on the links between quality outcomes and the structures and processes of care (Grove et al., 2018).
Nurses must be knowledgeable about the indicators their workplaces monitor. Some nurses deliver direct patient care that leads to a monitored outcome. Other nurses may be involved in data collection and analysis. In addition, monitoring organizations, including managed care entities, exist to gather data from individual organizations to analyze overall industry quality. All of these roles are important to advance quality and safety outcomes.
The focus of Assessment 4 is on how informatics support monitoring of nursing-sensitive quality indicator data. You will develop an 8–10 minute audio (or video) training module to orient new nurses in a workplace to a single nursing-sensitive quality indicator critical to the organization. Your recording will address how data are collected and disseminated across the organization along with the nurses’ role in supporting accurate reporting and high quality results.
Reference
Grove, S. K., Gray, J. R., Jay, G. W., Jay, H. M., & Burns, N. (2018). Understanding nursing research: Building an evidence-based practice (7th ed.). Elsevier.
Preparation
This assessment requires you to prepare an 8–10 minute audio training tutorial (with optional video) for new nurses on the importance of nursing-sensitive quality indicators. To successfully prepare for your assessment, you will need to complete the following preparatory activities:
Select a single nursing-sensitive quality indicator that you see as important to a selected type of health care system. Choose from the following list:
Staffing measures.
Nursing hours per patient day.
RN education/certification.
Skill mix.
Nurse turnover.
Nursing care hours in emergency departments, perioperative units, and perinatal units.
Skill mix in emergency departments, perioperative units, and perinatal units.
Quality measures.
Patient falls.
Patient falls with injury.
Pressure ulcer prevalence.
Health care-associated infections.
Catheter-associated urinary tract infection.
Central line catheter associated blood stream infection.
Ventilator-associated pneumonia.
Ventilator- associated events.
Psychiatric physical/sexual assault rate.
Restraint prevalence.
Pediatric peripheral intravenous infiltration rate.
Pediatric pain assessment, intervention, reassessment (air) cycle.
Falls in ambulatory settings.
Pressure ulcer incidence rates from electronic health records.
Hospital readmission rates.
RN satisfaction survey options.
Job satisfaction scales.
Job satisfaction scales – short form.
Practice environment scale.
Conduct independent research on the most current information about the selected nursing-sensitive quality indicator.
Interview a professional colleague or contact who is familiar with quality monitoring and how technology can help to collect and report quality indicator data. You do not need to submit the transcriipt of your conversation, but do integrate what you learned from the interview into the audio tutorial. Consider these questions for your interview:
What is your experience with collecting data and entering it into a database?
What challenges have you experienced?
How does your organization share with the nursing staff and other members of the health care system the quality improvement monitoring results?
What role do bedside nurses and other frontline staff have in entering the data? For example, do staff members enter the information into an electronic medical record for extraction? Or do they enter it into another system? How effective is this process?
Watch the Informatics and Nursing-Sensitive Quality Indicators Video Exemplar.
Instructions
For this assessment, imagine you are a member of a Quality Improvement Council at any type of health care system, whether acute, ambulatory, home health, managed care, et cetera. Your Council has identified that newly hired nurses would benefit from comprehensive training on the importance of nursing-sensitive quality indicators. The Council would like the training to address how this information is collected and disseminated across the organization. It would also like the training to describe the role nurses have in accurate reporting and high-quality results.
The Council indicates a recording is preferable to a written fact sheet due to the popularity of audio blogs. In this way, new hires can listen to the tutorial on their own time using their phone or other device.
As a result of this need, you offer to create an audio tutorial orienting new hires to these topics. You know that you will need a scriipt to guide your audio recording. You also plan to incorporate into your scriipt the insights you learned from conducting an interview with an authority on quality monitoring and the use of technology to collect and report quality indicator data.
You determine that you will cover the following topics in your audio tutorial scriipt:
Introduction: Nursing-Sensitive Quality Indicator
What is the National Database of Nursing-Sensitive Quality Indicators?
What are nursing-sensitive quality indicators?
Which particular quality indicator did you select to address in your tutorial?
Why is this quality indicator important to monitor?
Be sure to address the impact of this indicator on the quality of care and patient safety.
Why do new nurses need to be familiar with this particular quality indicator when providing patient care?
Collection and Distribution of Quality Indicator Data
According to your interview and other resources, how does your organization collect data on this quality indicator?
How does the organization disseminate aggregate data?
What role do nurses play in supporting accurate reporting and high-quality results?
As an example, consider the importance of accurately entering data regarding nursing interventions.
After completing your scriipt, practice delivering your tutorial several times before recording it.
Additional Requirements
Audio communication: Deliver a professional, effective audio tutorial on a selected quality indicator that engages new nurses and motivates them to accurately report quality data in a timely fashion.
Length: 8–10 minute audio recording. Use Kaltura to upload your recording to the courseroom, or provide a working link your instructor can access.
Script: A separate document with the scriipt or speaker’s notes is required. Important: Submissions that do not include the scriipt or speaker’s notes will be returned as a non-performance.
References: Cite a minimum of three scholarly and/or authoritative sources.
APA: Submit, along with the recording, a separate reference page that follows APA style and formatting guidelines. For an APA refresher, consult the Evidence and APA page on Campus.
Competencies Measured
By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and scoring guide criteria:
Competency 1: Describe nurses’ and the interdisciplinary team’s role in informatics with a focus on electronic health information and patient care technology to support decision making.
Describe the interdisciplinary team’s role in collecting and reporting quality indicator data to enhance patient safety, patient care outcomes, and organizational performance reports.
Competency 3: Evaluate the impact of patient care technologies on desired outcomes.
Explain how a health care organization uses nursing-sensitive quality indicators to enhance patient safety, patient care outcomes, and organizational performance reports.
Competency 4: Recommend the use of a technology to enhance quality and safety standards for patients.
Justify how a nursing-sensitive quality indicator establishes evidence-based practice guidelines for nurses to follow when using patient care technologies to enhance patient safety, satisfaction, and outcomes.
Competency 5: Apply professional, scholarly communication to facilitate use of health information and patient care technologies.
Deliver a professional, effective audio tutorial on a selected quality indicator that engages new nurses and motivates them to accurately report quality data in a timely fashion.
Follow APA style and formatting guidelines for citations and references.
Please do not worry about recording portion.
Do not use references past 5 years
Attached below is an example paper as a reference guide

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Why do so many global strategies fail–despite companies’ powerful brands and other border-crossing advantages?

Please read book Redefining Global that is attached for this Question: Why do so many global strategies fail–despite companies’ powerful brands and other border-crossing advantages?

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What organizational factors influence the selection of a technology in a health care setting?

Introduction
Before you begin to develop the assessment you are encouraged to complete the Annotated Bibliography Formative Assessment. Completing this activity will help you succeed with the assessment and counts towards course engagement.
Rapid changes in information technology go hand-in-hand with progress in quality health care delivery, nursing practice, and interdisciplinary team collaboration. The following are only a few examples of how the health care field uses technology to provide care to patients across multiple settings:
Patient monitoring devices.
Robotics.
Electronic medical records.
Data management resources.
Ready access to current science.
Technology is essential to the advancement of the nursing profession, maintaining quality care outcomes, patient safety, and research.
This assessment will give you the opportunity to deepen your knowledge of how technology can enhance quality and safety standards in nursing. You will prepare an annotated bibliography on technology in nursing. A well-prepared annotated bibliography is a comprehensive commentary on the content of scholarly publications and other sources of evidence about a selected nursing-related technology. A bibliography of this type provides a vehicle for workplace discussion to address gaps in nursing practice and to improve patient care outcomes. As nurses become more accountable in their practice, they are being called upon to expand their role of caregiver and advocate to include fostering research and scholarship to advance nursing practice. An annotated bibliography stimulates innovative thinking to find solutions and approaches to effectively and efficiently address these issues.
Preparation
To successfully complete this assessment, perform the following preparatory activities:
Select a SINGLE direct or indirect patient care technology that is relevant to your current practice or of interest to you. Direct patient care technologies require an interaction, or direct contact, between the nurse and patient. Nurses use direct patient care technologies every day when delivering care to patients. Electronic thermometers or pulse oximeters are examples of direct patient care technologies. Indirect patient care technologies, on the other hand, are those employed on behalf of the patient. They do not require interaction, or direct contact, between the nurse and patient. A handheld device for patient documentation is an example of an indirect patient care technology. Examples of topics to consider for your annotated bibliography include:
Delivery robots.
Electronic medication administration with barcoding.
Electronic clinical documentation with clinical decision support.
Patient sensor devices/wireless communication solutions.
Real-time location systems.
Remote patient monitoring.
Artificial intelligence.
Telehealth.
Telestroke.
Tele-icu.
Tele-psychiatry.
Tele-genetics.
Workflow management systems.
Conduct a library search using the various electronic databases available through the Capella University Library.
Consult the BSN Program Library Research Guide for help in identifying scholarly and/or authoritative sources.
Access the NHS Learner Success Lab, linked in the courseroom navigation menu, for additional resources.
Scan the search results related to your chosen technology.
Select four peer-reviewed publications focused on your selected topic that are the most interesting to you.
Evaluate the impact of patient care technologies on desired outcomes.
Analyze current evidence on the impact of a selected patient care technology on patient safety, quality of care, and the interdisciplinary team.
Integrate current evidence about the impact of a selected patient care technology on patient safety, quality of care, and the interdisciplinary team into a recommendation.
Notes
Publications may be research studies or review articles from a professional source. Newspapers, magazines, and blogs are not considered professional sources.
Your selections need to be current—within the last five years.
An Evidence-based Recommendation for Selected Technology Implementation
Prepare a 4–6 page paper in which you introduce your selected technology and describe at least four peer-reviewed publications that promote the use of your selected technology to enhance quality and safety standards in nursing. You will conclude your paper by summarizing why you recommend a particular technology by underscoring the evidence-based resources you presented. Be sure that your paper includes all of the following elements:
Introduction to the Selected Technology Topic
What is your rationale for selecting this particular technology topic? Why are you interested in this?
What research process did you employ?
Which databases did you use?
Which search terms did you use?
Note: In this section of your bibliography, you may use first-person since you are asked to describe your rationale for selecting the topic and the research strategies you employed. Use third person in the rest of the bibliography, however.
Annotation Elements
For each resource, include the full reference followed by the annotation.
Explain the focus of the research or review article you chose.
Provide a summary overview of the publication.
According to this source, what is the impact of this technology on patient safety and quality of care?
According to this source, what is the relevance of this technology to nursing practice and the work of the interdisciplinary health care team?
Why did you select this publication to write about out of the many possible options? In other words, make the case as to why this resource is important for health care practitioners to read.
Summary of Recommendation
How would you tie together the key learnings from each of the four publications you examined?
What organizational factors influence the selection of a technology in a health care setting? Consider such factors as organizational policies, resources, culture/social norms, commitment, training programs, and/or employee empowerment.
How would you justify the implementation and use of the technology in a health care setting? This is the section where you will justify (prove) that the implementation of the
patient care technology is appropriate or not. The evidence should be cited from the literature that was noted in the annotated bibliography.
Consider the impact of the technology on the health care organization, patientcare/satisfaction, and interdisciplinary team productivity, satisfaction, and retention.
Example Assessment: You may use the following to give you an idea of what a Proficient or higher rating on the scoring guide would look like:
Assessment 3 Example [PDF].
Additional Requirements
Written communication: Ensure written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
Length: 4–6-typed, double-spaced pages.
Number of resources: Cite a minimum of four peer-reviewed publications, not websites.
Font and font size: Use Times New Roman, 12 point.
APA: Follow APA style and formatting guidelines for all bibliographic entries. Refer to Evidence and APA as needed.
Competencies Measured
By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and scoring guide criteria:
Competency 3: Evaluate the impact of patient care technologies on desired outcomes.
Analyze current evidence on the impact of a selected patient care technology on patient safety, quality of care, and the interdisciplinary team.
Integrate current evidence about the impact of a selected patient care technology on patient safety, quality of care, and the interdisciplinary team into a recommendation.
Competency 4: Recommend the use of a technology to enhance quality and safety standards for patients.
Describe organizational factors influencing the selection of a technology in the health care setting.
Justify the implementation and use of a selected technology in a health care setting.
Competency 5: Apply professional, scholarly communication to facilitate use of health information and patient care technologies.
Create a clear, well-organized, and professional annotated bibliography that is generally free from errors in grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
Follow APA style and formatting guidelines for all bibliographic entries.
Please do not use references past 5 years
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