Business Case Analysis for Healthcare Improvement -D156

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A. Purpose Statement

Competent

B1. Table of Relevant Scholarly Sources Template

Approaching Competence

Approaching CompetenceThe submission provides a “Table of Relevant Scholarly Sources Template” section for 5–10 scholarly sources that is missing 1 or more of the given elements for 1 or more sources.

EVALUATOR COMMENTS: ATTEMPT 2

The table of scholarly sources includes two scholarly sources published within the last five years, including Khalifa (2019) and Morris et al. (2022). However, the sources table is inaccurate because three sources are outdated. Please provide five scholarly sources related to fall prevention published within the last five years.

B2. Synthesis of Sources

Approaching Competence

Approaching CompetenceThe submission does not synthesize information from 5 sources from the “Table of Relevant Scholarly Sources Template” section in part B1. Or the synthesis does not critically evaluate the sources or does not identify best practices that emerged from the evidence.

EVALUATOR COMMENTS: ATTEMPT 2

Two current sources are included in the synthesis, including a source from Khalifa that identifies the strategies of education and technology use to reduce falls. However, the synthesis of sources is insufficient because five current sources are not analyzed, and the best practices identified by Morris et al. (2022) are not included.

C1. SMART+C Criteria Questions

Approaching Competence

Approaching CompetenceAnswers to 
each of the SMART+C criteria questions are provided within the “SMART+C Goal Worksheet” section, but 1 or more of the answers are not appropriate or not relevant to the HIP.

EVALUATOR COMMENTS: ATTEMPT 2

The SMART+C questions describe the measurability of the project by explaining how falls will be reduced by 30% within 12 months. The “Specific” question is missing. A justification of the achievability of the project based on the Impact Analysis and SWOT analysis is not provided. The relevance of the project to the target population, the mission and vision of the organization, and the nursing practice is not explained. The time-bound aspect does not include the CLPS clearance date, the start of D156, the project start date, the project end date, and the projected graduation date. How the project challenges the organization is not provided.

C2. Project SMART+C Goal

Approaching Competence

Approaching CompetenceThe SMART+C goal is not properly constructed, or the goal is not specific, measurable, attainable, relevant to the HIP, time-bound, or challenging.

EVALUATOR COMMENTS: ATTEMPT 2

The goal of implementing measures to reduce the risk of falls is briefly stated. However, a SMART+C goal that is specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, time-bound, and challenging is not provided.

C3. SMART+C Goal Outcome Statement

Approaching Competence

Approaching CompetenceThe expected project outcome statement that is provided for the SMART+C goal is not logical or not relevant to the HIP.

EVALUATOR COMMENTS: ATTEMPT 2

Improving patient safety and outcomes by reducing falls is discussed in the outcome statement. However, a SMART+C goal outcome statement that includes the expected outcomes of the target population, the organization, and the nursing practice is not included.

D1. Guidance from Initiation to Closure

Approaching Competence

Approaching CompetenceThe explanation does not logically address how the four phases of the project management lifecycle will guide the candidate’s healthcare improvement project from initiation to closure or the explanation is not supported with specific examples.

EVALUATOR COMMENTS: ATTEMPT 2

The submission correctly describes the initiation activities as identifying the stakeholders and conducting a needs assessment. The explanation of the four phases is inaccurate because the tasks discussed in the execution and monitoring phases are incorrect because they are planning activities. The discussion is insufficient because it is not specific to the project aimed at reducing the fall rate within the organization.

D2. Initiation Phase Activities

Not Evident

Not EvidentA description of how the activities completed meet the requirements for the initiation phase of this HIP is not provided.

EVALUATOR COMMENTS: ATTEMPT 2

The initiation activities are identified as stakeholder identification and completing a needs assessment. A description of how the activities completed meet the requirements for the initiation phase of the HIP could not be located.

E. Sources

Approaching Competence

Approaching CompetenceThe submission includes in-text citations for sources that are quoted, paraphrased, or summarized and a reference list; however, the citations or reference list is incomplete or inaccurate.

EVALUATOR COMMENTS: ATTEMPT 2

Sources related to fall prevention are included in the narrative. However, deviations in attribution and formatting are evident.

1. The journal name for the source from Khalifa (2019) is incorrect.

2. Two reference pages are incorrectly provided (pages 15 and 31).

F. Professional Communication

Not Evident

Not EvidentContent is unstructured, is disjointed, or contains pervasive errors in mechanics, usage, or grammar. Vocabulary or tone is unprofessional or distracts from the topic.

EVALUATOR COMMENTS: ATTEMPT 2

The Professional Communication aspect can be fully assessed when the required content aspects are in place.

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