I did Part One already just need part two done( i will attach part one copy) . I choice Innovation tool ( Toolkit for improving diabetes care and outcome) I need part two A/B done both should be two pages. You can change it if you dont like it from the topic in the innovation website.
Part Two Written Assignment: 50% (Part A and Part B)
Write a memo to Veronica Nieva, PhD, Project Director and Editor-in-Chief of the AHRQ Health Care Innovations Exchange. The purpose of your memo is to comment on the value of an innovation practice or quality tool based on your clinical experience and/or professional interests.
Select one innovative practice or quality tool from the https://innovations.ahrq.gov (Links to an external site.) website. This may be the same one you selected for your group presentation or you may choose another. Begin the memo with identifying information including:
Provide The Title of the Innovation or Quality tool, Developing Organizations, Date first implemented, Evidence Rating and URL.
Next, summarize your professional experience, your professional interests, and your graduate student status. If appropriate, include your specialty area.
In 4-5 paragraphs, write your comments on the innovation practice or quality tool. While reviewing the innovations exchange site be sure to read the comments and expert commentary included in the profile and related articles cited in the profile. To help you write the memo, answer the following questions:
Based on your clinical experience and/or professional interests, why are you commenting on this particular innovation?
Have you observed or identified a need that you believe this innovation practice or quality tool can address? In your experience, is this innovation practical?
Have you seen other innovations/practices/tools used in clinical settings that are similar or dissimilar with the same results?
What did you like about the innovation practice or quality tool? What did you not like about the innovation practice or quality tool? What are its strengths and/or weaknesses?
Include your own impressions/comments on the references/related articles included with the Innovations Exchange profile.
Finally, if you reached out to the Innovator, include the content from the email or telephone conversations you conducted. Yes, you can call!
Lastly, end with a summary of the top three points in your comments.
NOTE: The memo is different from the small group presentation in that you do not need to summarize the innovation practice or quality tool. You do not need to actually send this assignment. It is possible that the faculty may choose some memos and send onto AHRQ.
B) ~ 25%
Then conduct a lit review for other articles to support the project or your own claims. Provide a summary of the articles and a synthesis of the information. Does the information you obtained provide a new or different direction or does it support the innovators ideas? 6 articles required, 4 must be research and/or meta-analysis articles.
Grading: Memo to AHRQ Innovation Exchange Editor-in Chief writing demonstrates an understanding of the subject, observations and comments are professionally written and documented with references as appropriate, central issues and assumptions are relevant and reasonable, grammar and APA are appropriately used. The literature review is through, articles are relevant and up to date. Summary provides a synthesis of the information. ~Total 50 pts.
Synthesis is the combination of ideas to form a theory, system or whole.
Here was part one outline ALready done with the presentation infor attached but you change topic you dont have tousethe topic i used in part 1 just go tothe website;
Part One is an online presentation on the scheduled date-20%
Part Two is a written assignment – 50% (25% section A; 25% section B)
The objectives for this assignment are to:
Familiarize yourself with sources of information to improve patient care. Select and analyze an innovative health care practice or quality tool as described on the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) Health Care Innovations Exchange and p ractice leadership communication methods. Prepare and deliver an oral presentation and write a professional practice analysis memorandum to a senior leader.
Part One Online Presentation: 20%
Select and review one innovation or quality tool from the AHRQ Innovations Exchange (https://innovations.ahrq.gov/). (Links to an external site.) There are over 650 innovations and 1600 quality tools organized by subject. To assist you in narrowing your search, browse the subject tab. You can select an innovative practice or quality tool using various criteria including disease or clinical category, patient population, stage of care, setting of care, administrative or quality processes, or the Institute of Medicine domains of quality. Background reading on the site can be found by linking to Submit an Innovation and its sub link Inclusion Criteria for Heath Care Service Delivery Innovation.
Once you select an innovative practice or quality tool, review the profile description and prepare a 5 minute presentation describing the innovative practice or quality tool. Include a description and a summary of tool or practice, and other important facts included in the profile. Highlight the value of the innovative practice or quality tool in terms of its impact on health care improvements and quality of care. Speak to why this topic is important! Prepare a single PowerPoint slide to show while you present. Prepare questions to ask your colleagues related to your topic to stimulate interest and discussion. Make it interesting!
The day before the online presentation, submit your PowerPoint slide. Plan on a 5 minute presentation to your student colleagues online followed by five minutes for Q&A. NOTE: Depending on the number of students in the class, if you extend your presentation beyond the allotted time, you will be stopped by the group leader. Plan accordingly. This assignment may also be designated a group project for large classes. If so, you will be notified on day 1 of class.
Grading: Clarity of information, timing, visual appeal and is easy to understand and descriptive, impact on health care improvement and quality is relevant and relates to quality, safety, efficiency, and/or outcomes, correct grammar and APA use, engagement strategies~ 20%
Here is Part one presentation copy:
Toolkit for improving diabetes care & outcome
Evidence-based strategies that was created by Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality (WCHQ) so health care provider organizations can use it to improve diabetes control among their patients.
The toolkit also provides a variety of resources e.g., Guidelines, EHR screenshots, sample policies, templates, web links to support implementing the improvement strategies.
This toolkit is designed for administrators, clinicians, and staff within healthcare provider organizations who are seeking strategies and tools to improve diabetes control among their patients.
Recommend best practice strategies to improve diabetes care and outcomes:
A patient with a diagnosis of diabetes has a diabetes focused visit every 6 months
The reason for focused visits with patients is that the more frequently visit with their providers it helps gain faster control of a1c, bp, and ldl-levels, but no guidelines exist for provider visit frequency. In addition, the American Diabetes Association recommends that people with diabetes who are meeting treatment goals and have stable blood glucose levels have the a1c test twice a year. Providers may repeat the a1c test as often as four times a year until blood glucose levels reach recommended levels.
If a patients most recent a1c result is greater than or equal to 8, a diabetes focus visit occurs within 30 days
Prevention of cardiovascular health is equally, if not more, important to reducing mortality and morbidity in people with diabetes as blood glucose control. Investment in prevention returns economic benefits. While it is realized that blood glucose control on its own is not enough, it is a start.
Providers also have assess to diabetes care standing orders: including standing lab order, dilated retinal exam, foot exam, immunization and self management goals.
Providers have to pass competency test on insulin pump start and management in the outpatient diabetes program and simple insulin dose adjustments competency validation