Outcome Measures, Issues, and Opportunities

Outcome Measures, Issues, and Opportunities This document is designed to give you questions to consider and additional guidance to help you successfully complete the Outcome Measures, Issues, and Opportunities assessment. You may find it useful to use this document as a pre-writing exercise, an outlining tool, or as a final check to ensure that you have sufficiently addressed all the grading criteria for this assessment. This document is a resource to help you complete the assessment. Do not turn in this document as your assessment submission. Drafting the Report Analyze organizational functions, processes, and behaviors in high-performing health care organizations or practice settings. For example, consider such functions, processes, and behaviors as leadership practices, communications, quality processes, financial management, safety and risk management, interprofessional collaboration, strategic planning, using the best available evidence, and questioning the status quo on all levels. What makes these organizations high performers? What are these organizations doing that less successful organizations are not? How does your organization or practice setting compare to these benchmarks of...
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Assessment 2 Instructions: Executive Summary

Write an executive summary, 4-5 pages in length, of existing outcome measures related to a performance issue uncovered in your gap analysis that you intend to address. Introduction Note: Each assessment in this course builds on the work you completed in the previous assessment. Therefore, you must complete the assessments in this course in the order in which they are presented. As a nurse leader, you must be able to access, identify, and describe outcome measures as they relate to safety and quality problems in your organization. This assessment provides an opportunity to examine existing outcome measures, assess their strategic value, and present your findings to executive leaders in a manner that will help you gain their support. Quality and safety are everyone's responsibility as a team of interprofessional care delivery partners. Together we develop policies that support quality and safe care delivery. As part of the interprofessional team, nurses are leaders in care and thus are responsible and accountable for leading and providing safe quality...
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Topic: Discuss barriers to healthcare access for clients from one culture. You must select one culture (Cuban, Native American, Indian, Haitian, etc.) and discuss the barriers to access healthcare for this culture members

Topic: Discuss barriers to healthcare access for clients from one culture. You must select one culture (Cuban, Native American, Indian, Haitian, etc.) and discuss the barriers to access healthcare for this culture members...
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It is necessary for an RN-BSN-prepared nurse to demonstrate an enhanced understanding of the pathophysiological processes of disease, the clinical manifestations and treatment protocols, and how they affect clients across the life span.

It is necessary for an RN-BSN-prepared nurse to demonstrate an enhanced understanding of the pathophysiological processes of disease, the clinical manifestations and treatment protocols, and how they affect clients across the life span....
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Explain any difficulties you experienced while searching for this article. Would this database be useful to your colleagues? Explain why or why not. Would you recommend this database?

Post the following:   Using proper APA formatting, cite the peer-reviewed article you selected that pertains to your practice area and is of particular interest to you and identify the database that you used to search for the article. Explain any difficulties you experienced while searching for this article. Would this database be useful to your colleagues? Explain why or why not. Would you recommend this database? Explain why or why not....
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You have a 17-year-old female that comes in with suspected pregnancy and limited family support. She is accompanied by her 18-year-old boyfriend who is the father of the child.

You have a 17-year-old female that comes in with suspected pregnancy and limited family support. She is accompanied by her 18-year-old boyfriend who is the father of the child. While knowing she needs prenatal care, what resources and education would you try to provide and how would you encourage compliance in this vulnerable patient? What are some of the biggest risk factors that this patient faces and how can you provide quality care while being sensitive to the stigma that comes with teen pregnancy?...
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