Nhs Fpx 8002 Collaboration Communication And Case Analysis For Doctoral Learners Assessment 1

Write a 6-8-page evaluation of key aspects of a population-basedhealth concern, including your selection of members to form aninterprofessional, collaborative coalition to achieve the stated goal.

Resolving population health concerns requires the combined effortsof numerous agencies and individuals to address the Triple Aim ofimproving the patient experience, improving the health of populations,and reducing costs. This requires an interprofessional and collaborativeeffort to address the complex factors at the individual,organizational, community, and policy levels associated with themultiple factors affecting the health and well-being of our communities(Graffunder, Sakurada, & Nordisk, 2016).

As a scholar-practitioner in the field, you may be expected todevelop and lead a diverse team of health care professionals, civicleaders, community stakeholders, constituents, community members, otherinterested parties, and city, state, and government agencies inaddressing a wide range of issues affecting the health of diversegroups.

This assessment provides an opportunity for you to apply yourleadership skills to form a collaborative, interprofessional coalitionto address a population-based health concern from a nursing, publichealth, or health administration perspective.

Reference

Graffunder, C., Sakurada, B., & Nordisk, N. (2016). Preparing health care and public health professionals for team performance: The community as the classroom. Washington, DC: National Academy of Medicine.

Scenario

Government officials are taking action to address a chronicpopulation health concern in your area. As a member of this community,you have a good understanding of the local demographics and populationhealth issues, including the potential implications for policy making,health care systems, service utilization, clinical practice, education,and the workforce. In your role as a doctoral graduate and health carepractitioner, you have been asked to:

  • Evaluate key aspects (including the social determinants of health) of the selected population health issue from the topic list.
  • Lead an interprofessional team of your choosing (a coalition ofcommunity members and organizations, clinical providers, health careorganizations, and civic and governmental agencies), to achieve thecoalition’s goal(s), which may include prevention efforts, qualityimprovement, service utilization, and the reduction of health carecosts.

This leadership position requires the ability to promote preventionefforts, quality improvement, service utilization and the reduction ofhealth care costs, as well as skills in the following areas:

  • Effective and ethical leadership.
  • Interprofessional communication.
  • Collaboration, inclusion, and applying new and existing knowledge to solve problems and inform decision making.

Preparation

For this assessment, you will select one of these topics to address in the given scenario:

Topics for the paper: Demonstrating Effective Leadership

  • Health Disparities/Social Determinants of Health:Focus on vulnerable or high risk groups and on decreasing disparitiesbetween groups. You can select a specific group with a focus on theperson’s experience of care, services, and resources (quality andsatisfaction), improving the health of the population, and reducing percapita cost. This will be the focus for the coalition.
  • Pandemic, e.g., COVID-19: Focus on a vulnerableor high risk group related to population health, including the person’sexperience of care, services and resources (quality and satisfaction),improving the health of the population, and reducing per capita cost.This will be the focus for the coalition.
  • Asthma and Children: Focus on a vulnerable orhigh risk group including the person’s experience of care, services andresources (quality and satisfaction), improving the health of thepopulation, and reducing per capita cost. This will be the focus for thecoalition.
  • Opioid Addiction: Focus on a vulnerable or highrisk group including the person’s experience of care, services, andresources (quality and satisfaction), improving the health of thepopulation, and reducing per capita cost. This will be the focus for thecoalition.
  • Obesity: Focus on a vulnerable or high risk groupincluding the person’s experience of care, services, and resources(quality and satisfaction), improving the health of the population, andreducing per capita cost. This will be the focus for the coalition.

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Instructions

Evaluate key aspects of a chronic population health concern. Inaddition, select members for a collaborative, interprofessionalcoalition that you would lead to achieve the stated goal. Coalitionmembership can include, but is not limited to, key community members andorganizations, clinical providers, and local and state agencies.

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 1 Example [PDF].
Document Format and Length

Format your paper using APA style.

  • Use the APA Style Paper Template [DOCX]. An APA Style Paper Tutorial [DOCX] is also provided to help you in writing and formatting your paper. Be sure to include:
    • A title page and references page. An abstract is not required.
    • A running head on all pages.
    • Appropriate section headings.
  • Your paper should be 6–8 pages in length, not including the title page and references page.
Supporting Evidence

Cite 4–5 credible sources from peer-reviewed journals, otherscholarly resources, professional industry publications, and assignedreadings to support your case assessments and recommendations.

Assessment Grading

The assessment requirements outlined below correspond to the gradingcriteria in the scoring guide, so be sure to address each of the sevenmain tasks. Read the performance-level descriptions for each criterionin the scoring guide to see how your work will be evaluated.

  • Analyze the impact of factors that contribute to this chronic population health concern.
    • Examine the situation from a population health perspective.
    • Provide context surrounding this concern.
    • Identify the affected groups, and the environmental, social, and financial factors.
  • Form a collaborative, interprofessional coalition to address this chronic population health concern.
    • Consider, among others, key community members and organizations,clinical providers, and local and state agencies when making yourselections.
    • Select 5–10 members.
      • Who must be included?
      • Why?
    • How will member selection contribute to the goal?
    • What potential issues might arise affecting interprofessional collaboration?
    • What strategies are needed to optimize collaboration and communication among coalition members?
  • Explain potential ethical issues that might be relevant for the coalition to consider in addressing its mission.
    • Consider access to care, financial barriers, environmental constraints, and the distribution of resources.
    • Explain how ethical principles would apply in particular situations on a micro or meso level.
      • Micro level: individual care encounters.
      • Meso level: how systems are organized to deliver and ensure quality care for patients and populations (Ho & Pinney, 2016).
    • Consider ethical codes of conduct applicable across disciplines represented in your coalition.
    • What evidence supports your conclusions?
  • Explain the principles of diversity and inclusion applicable tothe formation of your coalition and its interactions with the community.
    • Consider the impact of a diverse team on achieving coalition goals.
    • How would you work within the coalition to establish a culture of inclusion, respect, and value?
    • How would you promote community engagement, cultural awareness,health equity, and access to resources? Resources can include, but arenot limited to medications, transportation, and environmental resources.
    • What are some best practices for interprofessional communication for this group?
    • What evidence supports your conclusions?
  • Explain how literature and research in the field can be used todevelop best practices for addressing this chronic population healthconcern.
    • Locate two current, peer-reviewed studies that coalition membersshould consider as foundational to developing an evidence-basedintervention for the situation.
    • Briefly explain how each study is relevant to the chronic population health concern.
  • Organize content so ideas flow logically with smooth transitions.
    • Proofread your writing to avoid errors that could distractreaders and make it more difficult for them to focus on the substance ofyour evaluation.
  • Apply APA style and formatting to scholarly writing.
    • Apply correct APA-formatting to your document, including headers, headings, spacing, and margins.
    • Apply correct APA-formatting to all source citations.

Portfolio Prompt: You may choose to save your evaluation to your ePortfolio.

References

Graffunder, C., Sakurada, B., & Nordisk, N. (2016). Preparing health care and public health professionals for team performance: The community as the classroom. Washington, DC: National Academy of Medicine. doi: https://doi.org/10.31478/201604b

Ho, A., & Pinney, S. (2016). Redefining ethical leadership in a 21st-century healthcare system. Healthcare Management Forum, 29(1), 39–42.

Competencies Measured

By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrateyour proficiency in the following course competencies and assessmentcriteria:

  • Competency 1: Apply interprofessional collaboration, communication, and leadership best practices to advance population health.
    • Analyze the impact of factors that contribute to a chronic population health concern.
    • Form a collaborative, interprofessional coalition to address a chronic population health concern.
  • Competency 2: Apply professional ethics and the principles of diversity and inclusion to advance population health.
    • Explain potential ethical issues that might be relevant for a health care coalition to consider in addressing its mission.
    • Explain the principles of diversity and inclusion applicable tothe formation of a health care coalition and its interactions with thecommunity.
  • Competency 3: Explain how scholar-practitioners function as leaders in the field of health care.
    • Explain how literature and research in the field can be used todevelop best practices for addressing a chronic population healthconcern.
  • Competency 4: Produce written work that demonstrates criticalthinking and application of knowledge, in accordance with Capella’swriting standards.
    • Organize content so ideas flow logically with smooth transitions.
    • Apply APA style and formatting to scholarly writing.

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