IDENTIFY THE SEGMENT OF THE HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEM

Quadruple Aim and Framework Paper (50%)

Participant will identify the segment of the health care delivery system in the context of the quadruple aim they would like to impact (i.e. population health, patient experience, provider experience, or cost per capita). Within that segment, the participant will then select an actual/potential practice (DNP students) or research (PhD students) project and a business case/cost analysis or business plan framework to address their selected project. The participant will provide an overview of the quadruple aim segment and framework with rationale (why and how it applies to the specific project). Utilizing a minimum of two research articles related to this particular framework, explain how this framework pertains to the development of their project proposal by integrating or using an example with your discussion. Utilizing the business case/cost analysis or business plan framework identified, develop a business plan/analysis for your identified project.

 This proposal should include:

  1. introduction with project description. Prevention of postoperative nausea and vomiting in the pediatric population.
  2. overview of the quadruple aim and business framework; Patient experience
  3. rationale; (How the prevention of post-operative nausea and vomiting in the pediatric population will help achieve better healthcare outcomes)
  4. evidence-based research;
  5. financial analysis pertinent to the framework. (costs associated with poorly managed anesthesia, intraoperative planning in the prevention of postoperative nausea and vomiting)

Integrate into the executive summary a discussion of how this particular project ‘fits’ in the current health care environment in terms of access, quality, and/ or cost.  (10 – 15 pages, double spaced, APA style).

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