IM1 — JIM1 TASK 1: HEALTHCARE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PHASE 2—PROJECT EVALUATION AND CLOSURE PLAN

March 1, 2022

IM1 — JIM1 TASK 1: HEALTHCARE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PHASE 2—PROJECT EVALUATION AND CLOSURE PLAN

IM1 — JIM1 TASK 1: HEALTHCARE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PHASE 2—PROJECT EVALUATION AND CLOSURE PLAN

IM1 — JIM1 TASK 1: HEALTHCARE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PHASE 2—PROJECT EVALUATION AND CLOSURE PLAN

EVIDENCE-BASED MEASURES FOR EVALUATING HEALTHCARE IMPROVEMENTS — D159

PRFA — JIM1

TASK OVERVIEWSUBMISSIONSEVALUATION REPORT

COMPETENCIES

7073.5.1 : Success Indicators

The graduate collaborates with internal and external stakeholders to identify key success indicators for evaluating the effectiveness of a healthcare improvement project.

7073.5.2 : Data Sources

The graduate determines the most effective technology and data sources for capturing data that will measure the key performance indicators (KPIs) for a health improvement project (HIP).

7073.5.3 : Data Management

The graduate creates a data collection plan that includes the data fields and types, frequency of collection, data collector, and the data sources for retrieving and entering data.

7073.5.4 : Evaluation Plan

The graduate initiates the process of collaboratively developing a healthcare improvement evaluation plan that addresses stakeholder questions and high-priority areas to measure progress over time and describes contextual issues that may impact the results.

INTRODUCTION

IMPORTANT: Please note that you must have completed and passed the performance assessment and clinical practice experience (CPE) for D158: Strategically Planning the Execution of a Healthcare Improvement Project prior to beginning this performance assessment.

After your first course, the remaining specialty courses through your capstone will each have a summative assessment that consists of an authentic performance assessment that scaffolds the tasks of a healthcare improvement project (HIP) through the project management phases of project initiation, planning, implementation, and evaluation. Each performance assessment will focus on aspects of the project you will implement or the project you will propose for a healthcare improvement project using a real-world approach to improving healthcare. Each phase will be described in different sections of a Healthcare Improvement Project (HIP) paper.

 

Evidence-based measures for evaluating healthcare improvements are essential components of the planning phase of a HIP. Another important component is learning to identify key performance indicators and metrics used to determine the success of a HIP.

 

In this performance assessment, you will describe the collaborative process you would use to identify the data elements needed for project reports and for determining the success of your proposed implementation project. You will also describe the collaborative process you would use to create the project data management plan. You will have the opportunity to develop a project results dissemination plan that will allow you to effectively share your project findings, as well as the opportunity to develop a project closure plan that will allow you to properly wrap up your proposed project.

 

This task requires the submission of your entire HIP paper template, including the “Healthcare Improvement Project Evaluation and Closure Plan” section of your HIP paper, which you will be developing in this performance assessment and consists of the following subsections:

  • “Project Reports”
  • “Data Management Plan”
  • “Results Dissemination Plan”
  • “Project Closure Plan”

While you must submit your entire HIP paper, you will only be evaluated on the “Healthcare Improvement Project Evaluation and Closure Plan” section.

 

During your clinical practice experience (CPE), you will be evaluated on whether the “Project Reports” and “Data Management Plan” elements are completed. In this task, these elements will be evaluated on content and quality of completion. CPE provides you an opportunity to practice and improve these items before including them in your performance assessment.

 

REQUIREMENTS

Your submission must be your original work. No more than a combined total of 30% of the submission and no more than a 10% match to any one individual source can be directly quoted or closely paraphrased from sources, even if cited correctly. The originality report that is provided when you submit your task can be used as a guide.

You must use the rubric to direct the creation of your submission because it provides detailed criteria that will be used to evaluate your work. Each requirement below may be evaluated by more than one rubric aspect. The rubric aspect titles may contain hyperlinks to relevant portions of the course.

Tasks may not be submitted as cloud links, such as links to Google Docs, Google Slides, OneDrive, etc., unless specified in the task requirements. All other submissions must be file types that are uploaded and submitted as attachments (e.g., .docx, .pdf, .ppt).

 

Complete the “Healthcare Improvement Project Evaluation and Closure Plan” section of your healthcare improvement project (HIP) paper by doing the following:

 

Project Reports

  1. Explain how you would collaborate with project team members to identify data elements that would be necessary for determining the success of your proposed project.
  2. Describe threedata elements that you and your project team members may identify as being essential for designing project reports or dashboards, and explain why each of these data elements would be essential.

Data Management Plan

  1. Describe the process you would use to identify the data source needed to measure the success of your proposed project in collaboration with your project team, and explain why you would use that data source.
  2. Describe the measures you would use to determine the success of your proposed project by doing the following:
  3. Describe 1–2key performance indicators (KPIs) that you would use to determine the success of your proposed project.
  4. Describe onebenchmark you would establish for each KPI you described in part D1.
  5. Evaluate the process you would use to collect your quantitative data by doing the following:
  6. Explain the method you would use to collect your quantitative data (e.g., downloaded data from a system, data gathered from a survey).
  7. Justify the parameters you would use to collect your quantitative data (e.g., dates, data elements, calculated fields, frequency of collection).
  8. Evaluate the process you would use to analyze and interpret your data by doing the following:
  9. Describe a method you would use to analyze high-priority data (e.g., descriptive statistics such as counts, averages, percentages).
  10. Discuss the process you would use to interpret initial results.
  11. Analyze a contextual issue that may potentially affect your proposed project results.

Results Dissemination Plan

  1. Describe your plan to disseminate your proposed project results, including the following components:
  • the professional setting where you would present your results
  • the method you would use to professionally deliver your results

Project Closure Plan

  1. Create your plan for the project team wrap-up session by doing the following:
  2. Describe the method you would use to acknowledge the organization for its time and support.
  3. Describe the method you would use to acknowledge the project team members for their time and effort.

    IM1 — JIM1 TASK 1 HEALTHCARE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PHASE 2—PROJECT EVALUATION AND CLOSURE PLAN

    IM1 — JIM1 TASK 1 HEALTHCARE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PHASE 2—PROJECT EVALUATION AND CLOSURE PLAN

  4. Explain how you would use the project team wrap-up session to discuss any next steps.
  5. Incorporate the following components of APA style and formatting into your HIP paper:
  • bias-free language
  • objectivity, credibility of sources, and evidence-based approach
  • APA-specific rules regarding verb tense, voice, and perspective
  • a title page and headers
  • APA-specific formatting rules for in-text citations and references, margins, spacing, numbering, and indentation for the title page, main body, and appendices of your HIP paper, including headers, bulleted and numbered lists, and tables and figures
  1. Demonstrate professional communication in the content and presentation of your submission.

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RUBRIC

A:COLLABORATION WITH PROJECT TEAM MEMBERS

NOT EVIDENT

The submission does not explain how the candidate would collaborate with project team members to identify data elements that would be necessary for determining the success of the proposed project.

APPROACHING COMPETENCE

The submission explains the process of collaborating with project team members to identify data elements that would be necessary for determining the success of the proposed project, but the process explained is not logical or not appropriate for collaborating with project team members.

COMPETENT

The submission explains a logical and appropriate process of collaborating with project team members to identify data elements that would be necessary for determining the success of the proposed project.

B:DATA ELEMENTS

NOT EVIDENT

A description of 3 data elements or an explanation of why each of the data elements would be essential is not provided. Or neither are provided.

APPROACHING COMPETENCE

The description of 3 data elements that may be identified by project team members as essential for designing project reports or dashboards is not logical. Or the explanation of why each of the data elements would be essential is not logical.

COMPETENT

The description of 3 data elements that may be identified by project team members as essential for designing project reports or dashboards is logical, and the explanation of why each of the data elements would be essential is logical.

C:DATA SOURCE

NOT EVIDENT

A description of the process that would be used to identify the data source needed to measure the success of the proposed project is not provided or an explanation of why the data source would be used is not provided. Or neither are provided.

APPROACHING COMPETENCE

The description of the process that would be used to identify the data source needed to measure the success of the proposed project is not logical. Or the explanation of why that data source would be used to measure the success of the proposed project is not logical.

COMPETENT

The description of the process that would be used to identify the data source needed to measure the success of the proposed project is logical, and the explanation of why that data source would be used to measure the success of the proposed project is logical.

D1:KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATOR(S)

NOT EVIDENT

The submission does not describe 1–2 KPIs that would be used to determine the success of the proposed project.

APPROACHING COMPETENCE

The submission describes 1–2 KPIs that would be used to determine the success of the proposed project, but 1 or both of the KPIs are not logical, or 1 or both of the KPIs are not feasible for determining success.

COMPETENT

The submission describes 1–2 logical and feasible KPIs that would be used to determine the success of the proposed project.

D2:BENCHMARKS

NOT EVIDENT

The submission does not describe 1 benchmark for each of the KPIs identified in part D1.

APPROACHING COMPETENCE

The submission describes 1 benchmark for each of the KPIs identified in part D1, but 1 or more of the benchmarks are not appropriate for the KPI.

COMPETENT

The submission describes 1 appropriate benchmark for each KPI identified in part D1.

E1:DATA COLLECTION METHOD

NOT EVIDENT

An explanation of the method that would be used to collect quantitative data is not provided.

APPROACHING COMPETENCE

The explanation of the method that would be used to collect data is not logical, or the data collection method is not feasible or not appropriate for the collection of quantitative data.

COMPETENT

The explanation of the method that would be used to collect data is logical, and the data collection method is feasible and appropriate for the collection of quantitative data.

E2:DATA COLLECTION PARAMETERS

NOT EVIDENT

A justification of the parameters that would be used to collect quantitative data is not provided.

APPROACHING COMPETENCE

The justification of the parameters that would be used to collect data is not logical, or the parameters that would be used to collect the data are not feasible or not appropriate for collecting quantitative data.

COMPETENT

The justification of the parameters that would be used to collect data is logical, and the parameters that would be used to collect the data are feasible and appropriate for collecting quantitative data.

F1:DATA ANALYSIS METHOD

NOT EVIDENT

A description of a method that would be used to analyze high-priority data is not provided.

APPROACHING COMPETENCE

The description of the method that would be used to analyze high-priority data is not logical, or the method that would be used is not appropriate for analyzing the high-priority data.

COMPETENT

The description of the method that would be used to analyze high-priority data is logical, and the method that would be used is appropriate for analyzing the high-priority data.

F2:INTERPRETATION OF INITIAL RESULTS

NOT EVIDENT

A discussion of the process that would be used to interpret initial results is not provided.

APPROACHING COMPETENCE

The discussion of the process that would be used to interpret initial results is not logical, or the process that would be used is not appropriate for interpreting initial results.

COMPETENT

The discussion of the process that would be used to interpret initial results is logical, and the process that would be used is appropriate for interpreting initial results.

F3:CONTEXTUAL ISSUE

NOT EVIDENT

The submission does not analyze a contextual issue that may potentially affect the proposed project results.

APPROACHING COMPETENCE

The submission analyzes a contextual issue that may potentially affect the proposed project results, but the analysis is not logical or not relevant to the results.

COMPETENT

The submission analyzes a contextual issue that may potentially affect the proposed project results, and the analysis is logical and relevant to the results.

G:PLAN TO DISSEMINATE RESULTS

NOT EVIDENT

The submission does not describe a plan to disseminate the proposed project results.

APPROACHING COMPETENCE

The submission describes a plan to disseminate the proposed project results, but the plan is not feasible or illogical. Or the description is missing 1 or both of the given components.

COMPETENT

The submission describes a feasible and logical plan to disseminate the proposed project results, and the description addresses both of the given components.

H1:ORGANIZATION ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

NOT EVIDENT

The submission does not describe a method that would be used to acknowledge the organization for its time and support.

APPROACHING COMPETENCE

The submission describes a method that would be used to acknowledge the organization for its time and support, but the method described is not feasible, not professional, or not appropriate for acknowledgement.

COMPETENT

The submission describes a feasible, professional, and appropriate method that would be used to acknowledge the organization for its time and support.

H2:TEAM ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

NOT EVIDENT

The submission does not describe a method that would be used to acknowledge the project team members for their time and effort.

APPROACHING COMPETENCE

The submission describes a method that would be used to acknowledge the project team members for their time and effort, but the method described is not feasible, not professional, or not appropriate for acknowledgement.

COMPETENT

The submission describes a feasible, professional, and appropriate method that would be used to acknowledge the project team members for their time and effort.

H3:DISCUSSION OF NEXT STEPS

NOT EVIDENT

The submission does not explain how the project team wrap-up session would be used to discuss any next steps.

APPROACHING COMPETENCE

The submission explains how the project team wrap-up session would be used to discuss any next steps, but the approach is not logical or appropriate for a project team wrap-up session.

COMPETENT

The submission explains a logical and appropriate approach for how the project team wrap-up session would be used to discuss any next steps.

I:APA STYLE AND FORMAT

NOT EVIDENT

The submission does not incorporate the given APA style and format components as described in the current APA manual.

APPROACHING COMPETENCE

The submission does not accurately or consistently incorporate 1 or more of the given APA style and format components as described in the current APA manual.

COMPETENT

The submission accurately and consistently incorporates all of the given APA style and format components as described in the current APA manual.

J:PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION

NOT EVIDENT

Content is unstructured, is disjointed, or contains pervasive errors in mechanics, usage, or grammar. Vocabulary or tone is unprofessional or distracts from the topic.

APPROACHING COMPETENCE

Content is poorly organized, is difficult to follow, or contains errors in mechanics, usage, or grammar that cause confusion. Terminology is misused or ineffective.

COMPETENT

Content reflects attention to detail, is organized, and focuses on the main ideas as prescribed in the task or chosen by the candidate. Terminology is pertinent, is used correctly, and effectively conveys the intended meaning. Mechanics, usage, and grammar promote accurate interpretation and understanding.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS

HIP Paper Template – Implementation Version.docx

HIP Paper Template – MCA Version.docx

 

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