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DATA REVIEW PROJECT PROPOSAL

PROFESSIONAL CONTEXT

By successfully completing this assignment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assignment criteria:

  • Competency 1: Transformation: Facilitate a change process that effectively involves patients, communities, and professionals in the improvement and delivery of health care and wellness.
    • Write a clear, one sentence problem statement for a proposed project.
    • Identify key performance indicators and outcome measures for a proposed project.
    • Develop proposed structures for the visual display of summarized raw data.
  • Competency 2: Execution: Translate strategy to develop and maintain optimal organizational performance in health care settings.
    • Write a concise, substantive summary of current and relevant authoritative literature.
    • Combine clear, coherent, and original writing, in APA style, with relevant and credible evidence from the scholarly and professional literature.
  • Competency 3: People: Create an organizational climate that values and supports employees and colleagues in health care settings.
    • Articulate the value of a data review project to an organization and to one's professional health care leadership competency development goals.

INSTRUCTIONS

Now that you have considered leadership and performance measurement in Units 1–3, incorporate the feedback you received in this unit's discussion into your draft proposal. Remember to use the Data Review Project Proposal Template and Project Management Timetable linked in the Resources and follow the instructions in both documents carefully.

Integrate instructor feedback on your proposal prior to sharing it with the prospective client.

Note: The requirements outlined below correspond to the grading criteria in the scoring guide. Be sure that your data review project proposal addresses each point, at a minimum. You may also want to read the Data Review Project Proposal Scoring Guide to better understand how each criterion will be assessed.

  • Write a clear, one sentence problem statement for a proposed project.
    • State the issue in the form of a problem, and add a citation.
  • Identify key performance indicators and outcome measures for a proposed project.
    • Locate the authoritative sources for performance measurement.
  • Write a concise, substantive summary of current and relevant authoritative literature.
    • Cover the selected topic adequately in the summary.
    • You are encouraged to visit the Capella University Library to confirm what sources constitute authoritative literature. The Library Research and Information Literacy Skills page linked in the Resources contains useful information on this topic.
  • Develop proposed structures (for example, pie chart, graph, spreadsheet, and process map) for the visual display of summarized raw data.
    • Reflect on what type of visual display structure will best fit your selected topic.
    • Ensure that the data displays are clear and easily interpreted.
    • Ensure that the proposed title includes the focus of the data, units of measurement, the organization's name, and time frame.
  • Articulate the value of a data review project to an organization and to one's professional health care leadership competency development goals.
    • Express main points, assertions, and conclusions clearly as well as effectively.
    • Review the selected organization's website to determine its vision, mission, culture, strategic focus, and how they provide value to patients.
    • Ensure that you understand what is meant by the term value proposition.
    • Consider a strategic, systems perspective when you are contemplating value to the organization.
    • What evidence do you have to support your conclusion?
  • Combine clear, coherent, and original writing, in APA style, with relevant and credible evidence from the scholarly and professional literature.
    • Apply correct APA formatting to your source citations.
    • Consider how or why a particular evidence supports your main points, claims, or conclusions.
    • Is your supporting evidence clear and explicit?

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS

You are required to submit a draft of your assignment to SafeAssign prior to submitting it for grading. Submit your work as a draft to check for any necessary edits. Once the assignment is finalized and all edits have been made, submit the final version to your instructor for grading.

Added Instruction (2021-01-27)

Data Review Project Proposal Template

Your data review project proposal should include thefollowing elements:

Cover Page:Include the project topic, the course titleyour name, the date, and the instructor’s name.

Table of Contents: Headings and sub-headings with right-justifiedpage numbers.

Executive Summary:One page, double-spaced.Include the topic, the problem, the purpose of the project or data examination, the method to examine the data (data review), and the nature of the findings (for example, quality improvement of X).

Introduction: Four-sentence topic description—statement of the problem, the performance indicators to be evaluated, the outcome measures for each indicator, and the value proposition or relevance statement.

• I am examining [state the issue or problem], because [identify the relevant and authoritative reference thatvalidates your issue as a problem].

• I will examine [state the type of data], and will assess the data by measuring [state the performance indicatorsand outcome measures].

• This project will add value to [state the type of organization or name] by [mention how it aligns with an organizational need].

• This project aligns with my professional interests and career goals by [mention how it adds value or has relevancefor you personally].

Statement of the Problem:State the issue in the form of a problem,and add a properly-formatted APA citation.

Background:Literature: Provide a minimum of six authoritative sources. Add a short description of each sourceexplaining how the content directly relates to the topic.Note:Wikipedia and commercial websites are notauthoritative sources.

Your sources should address the following:

• The issue from a national or industry level.

• Current, relevant facts, trends, and emerging issues.

• The issue relative to your subsector of the health care industry or continuum of care.

• Data and statistics that substantiate the need to examine the issue (or, what are the consequences and risks of not addressing the issue?).

Client Needs AssessmentMake a precise statement about what needs to be done to investigate the problem (for example, data analysis) and how it will add value to the organization.

Expected Outcomes and Precise Performance Measurement:

• Whatdata will be collected and analyzed?

• Explain how each performance indicatorthat relates to the problem will be measured. Be precise in explaining how the outcome will be measured.

• Explain what type of visual displays you will use to summarize or group the data you are examining (for example, apie chart, graph, spreadsheet, and process map.)

Leadership Component:

• Describe your precise roles and responsibilities in leading the effort. Human subject research is outside the scope of the Health Administration Capstone course.

• Select one NCHL competency within eachcategory or domainof People, Transformation, and Execution. Then, provide a short explanation about how each relates to your project.For example, Domain = People; Competency = Change Leadership. I will practice this competency in Unit 4 by seeking feedback and suggestions from a practicing healthcare professional.

Timeline: Include a week-by-week summary of major tasks to be done to complete the project.

• Proposed start and end dates, weekly to-do tasks, responsible party (learner), and due dates. Note:Use the Project Management Timetable format.

• Optional: For Health Administration Capstone Experience learners only, please include the project PowerPoint presentation date, location, or web conference information.

Add the following information needed for Unit 4:

Project Information

• On-Site contact (healthcare professional reviewing your proposal): name, title, organization, e-mail, phone, and address. Also, designate one alternative contact.

• Your contact information: name, title, organization, e-mail, phone, and address.

• Your instructor's contact informationname, title, e-mail, and Capella phone extension.

• Statement of Confidentiality (you agree to abide by all applicable employment and workplace laws, including HIPAA,and you agree not to disclose proprietary information before, during, or after your data review project,without prior written consent from your proposal reviewer’s organization.)

Signatures:

____________________________________________________________________________

Proposal Reviewer’s Signature and Date

____________________________________________________________________________

Reviewer’s Title and Organization

____________________________________________________________________________

Learner’s Signature and Date

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