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Assessment 3 Instructions:
Developing an Implementation
Plan
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Develop a 6-7-page implementation
plan for the initiative you proposed in
Assessment 1. Include a budget for
material, staffing, and capital costs
over the first five years of the
initiative, as well as projected
earnings. In addition, include a
timeline, an organizational impact
analysis, and an explanation of the
effects of environmental changes on
the initiative.
Introduction
Note: Each assessment in this course
builds upon the work you have
completed in previous assessments.
Therefore, you must complete the
assessments in the order in which
they are presented.
As a master’s-level health care
practitioner, you may be expected to
create budgets and implementation
plans to ensure that initiatives to take
advantage of economic opportunities
for the organization are rolled out
successfully and can be sustained over
multiple years. Additionally, it is
important to be able to envision how
an initiative could be implemented in
different contexts and for different
purposes to ensure that the
investment remains a viable and
positive asset to your organization or
care setting.
Instructions
Develop a thorough implementation
plan for the economic initiative you
proposed in Assessment 1. Your plan
must include a budget for material,
staffing, and capital costs over the first
five years of the initiative, as well as
projected earnings. In addition,
include:
A plan and timeline for rolling
out the initiative.
• An analysis of how the initiative
may impact other aspects of the
organization or care setting.
• An explanation how the
initiative can remain viable in
the face of environmental
changes.
• Sufficient relevant and credible
supporting evidence.
Note: Remember that you can submit
all, or a portion of, your draft
implementation plan
to Smarthinking for feedback before
you submit the final version for this
assessment. If you plan on using this
free service, be mindful of the
turnaround time of 24–48 hours for
receiving feedback.
The requirements for your
implementation plan, outlined below,
correspond to the scoring guide
criteria, so be sure to address each
main point. Read the performancelevel descriptions for each criterion to
see how your work will be assessed.
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In addition, be sure to note the
requirements for document format
and length and for supporting
evidence.
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Create a budget for expected
costs and earnings over the first
five years of your proposed
initiative.
• What are the expected
material, staffing, and
capital costs of your
proposed initiative over
its first five years?
• What are the projected
earnings for your
organization or care
setting over the first five
years of your economic
initiative?
• How does this budget
take into account the
findings and feedback
you received on your
business case?
• What assumptions are
you basing your budget
on?
Create an implementation plan
for your proposed initiative
that enables achievement of
quality or service
improvements in an ethical and
culturally equitable way.
• Did you create a timeline
for the rollout?
• How will you work with
relevant stakeholders to
ensure that your
economic initiative is
implemented
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successfully and
sustained?
• How will you ensure that
the rollout is conducted
in an ethical and
culturally equitable
manner?
• How will you ensure that
the desired quality or
service improvements
your economic initiative
will achieve are on track
during and after
implementation?
Analyze the impact of your
proposed initiative, once
implemented, on other aspects
of your organization or care
setting and ways in which
negative impacts could be
mitigated.
• What other aspects of
your organization or care
setting may be positively
or negatively impacted
by the implementation of
your proposed initiative?
• How will these other
aspects of your
organization or care
setting be affected? (For
example, increased
workload on a testing
department, borrowing
of staff hours from
another part of the care
setting, or better
communication with the
community.)
• How could you mitigate
at least some of the
negative effects on other
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aspects of your
organization or care
setting?
Explain your strategies for
ensuring that your proposed
initiative can remain a viable
asset to the organization or care
setting in the face of dynamic
environmental forces.
• What are the
environmental risks to
your economic initiative?
• How could your
initiative, or aspects of it,
still be a viable benefit to
your organization or care
setting if the
environment shifts in
unpredictable ways?
• What strategies would
you propose
implementing to keep all,
or a portion of, your
initiative a viable net
benefit to your
organization or care
setting?
Justify the relevance and
significance of the quantitative
and qualitative economic,
financial, and scholarly
evidence you used throughout
your plan to support your
recommendations.
• How is the evidence
relevant to your
organization or care
setting?
• How is the evidence
relevant to your
proposed economic
initiative?
How does the evidence
illustrate a solution that
has been successful in
the past?
• How does the evidence
illustrate that a
recommendation is the
best course of action for
your situation and
organization or care
setting?
• Write concisely and directly,
using active voice.
• Proofread your
document before you
submit it to minimize
errors that could distract
readers and make it
more difficult for them to
focus on the substance of
your implementation
plan.
• Adhere to the rules of grammar,
usage, and mechanics.
Example Assessment: You may use
the following to give you an idea of
what a Proficient or higher rating on
the scoring guide would look like:
• Assessment 3 Example [PDF].
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
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Your assessment should also meet the
following requirements:
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Format: Format your
implementation plan using
current APA style. Use the APA
Style Paper Tutorial [DOCX] to
help you in writing and
formatting your
implementation plan. Be sure to
include:
A title page and
references page. An
abstract is not required.
• A running head on all
pages.
• Appropriate section
headings.
• Length: Your implementation
plan should be 6–7 pages in
length, not including the title
page and references page.
• Supporting evidence: Cite 3–5
authoritative and scholarly
resources to support your
implementation plan. Be sure
that your sources include
specific economic data.
Portfolio Prompt: You may choose to
save your implementation plan to
your ePortfolio.
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Competencies
Measured
By successfully completing this
assessment, you will demonstrate
your proficiency in the following
course competencies and assessment
scoring guide criteria:
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Competency 1: Analyze the
effects of financial and
economic factors (such as costbenefit, supply and demand,
return on investment, and
risks) in a health care system
on patient care, services
offered, and organizational
structures and operation.
• Create a budget for
expected costs and
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earnings over the first
five years of a proposed
initiative.
• Analyze the impact of a
proposed initiative, once
implemented, on other
aspects of an
organization or care
setting and ways in
which negative impacts
could be mitigated.
Competency 2: Develop ethical
and culturally equitable
solutions to economic
problems within a health care
organization in an effort to
improve the quality of care and
services offered.
• Create an
implementation plan for
a proposed initiative that
enables achievement of
quality or service
improvements in an
ethical and culturally
equitable way.
Competency 3: Justify the
qualitative and quantitative
information used to guide
economic decision making to
stakeholders and colleagues.
• Justify the relevance and
significance of
quantitative and
qualitative economic,
financial, and scholarly
evidence used
throughout an
implementation plan to
support
recommendations.
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Competency 4: Develop ethical
and culturally equitable
economic strategies to address
dynamic environmental forces
and ensure the future security
of an organization’s resources
and its ability to provide quality
care.
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Explain strategies for
ensuring that a proposed
economic initiative can
remain a viable asset to
an organization or care
setting in the face of
dynamic environmental
forces.
Competency 5: Produce clear,
coherent, and professional
written work, in accordance
with Capella writing standards.
• Write concisely and
directly using active
voice.
• Adhere to the rules of
grammar, usage, and
mechanics.
SCORING GUIDE
Use the scoring guide to understand
how your assessment will be
evaluated.
Developing an Implementation Plan Scoring Guide
CRITERIA
NONPERFORMANC
E
BASIC
PROFICIENT
DISTINGUISH
ED
Create a
budget for
expected costs
and earnings
Does not
create a budget
for expected
costs and
earnings over
Creates a fiveyear budget
that overlooks
key costs and
earnings
Creates a
budget for
expected costs
and earnings
over the first
Creates a
budget for
expected costs
and earnings
over the first
CRITERIA
NONPERFORMANC
E
BASIC
PROFICIENT
DISTINGUISH
ED
over the first
five years of a
proposed
initiative.
the first five
years of a
proposed
initiative.
inputs that
should be
reasonably
expected.
five years of a
proposed
initiative.
five years of a
proposed
initiative, and
identifies
assumptions
on which the
budget is
based.
Create an
implementatio
n plan for a
proposed
initiative that
enables
achievement
of quality or
service
improvements
in an ethical
and culturally
equitable way.
Does not
create an
implementatio
n plan for a
proposed
initiative.
Creates an
implementatio
n plan for a
proposed
initiative that
overlooks
important
considerations
that can
jeopardize a
successful
roll-out.
Creates an
implementatio
n plan for a
proposed
initiative that
enables
achievement
of quality or
service
improvements
in an ethical
and culturally
equitable way.
Creates an
implementatio
n plan for a
proposed
initiative that
enables
achievement
of quality or
service
improvements
in an ethical
and culturally
equitable way.
Provides clear,
insightful
collaboration
and facilitation
strategies to
ensure success
during and
after
implementatio
n.
Analyze the
impact of a
proposed
initiative, once
implemented,
on other
Does not
describe
aspects of an
organization
or care setting
affected by a
proposed
initiative, once
Describes
aspects of an
organization
or care setting
affected by a
proposed
initiative, once
implemented,
Analyzes the
impact of a
proposed
initiative, once
implemented,
on other
aspects of an
organization
Analyzes the
impact of a
proposed
initiative, once
implemented,
on other
aspects of an
organization
CRITERIA
NONPERFORMANC
E
BASIC
PROFICIENT
DISTINGUISH
ED
aspects of an
organization
or care setting
and ways in
which
negative
impacts could
be mitigated.
implemented,
and potential
negative
consequences.
and potential
negative
consequences.
or care setting
and ways in
which
negative
impacts could
be mitigated.
or care setting
and ways in
which
negative
impacts could
be mitigated.
Identifies
relevant
contextual
factors, key
uncertainties,
and/or
underlying
assumptions.
Ensures the
proposed
mitigation
strategies
reflect an
astute
assessment of
negative
consequences.
Explain
strategies for
ensuring that a
proposed
initiative can
remain a
viable asset to
an
organization
or care setting
in the face of
dynamic
environmental
forces.
Does not
outline
strategies for
ensuring that a
proposed
initiative can
remain a
viable asset to
an
organization
or care setting
in the face of
dynamic
environmental
forces.
Outlines
strategies for
ensuring that a
proposed
initiative can
remain a
viable asset to
an
organization
or care setting
in the face of
dynamic
environmental
forces.
Explains
strategies for
ensuring that a
proposed
initiative can
remain a
viable asset to
an
organization
or care setting
in the face of
dynamic
environmental
forces.
Explains
strategies for
ensuring that a
proposed
initiative can
remain a
viable asset to
an
organization
or care setting
in the face of
dynamic
environmental
forces. Clearly
articulates
perceptive
contingency
CRITERIA
NONPERFORMANC
E
BASIC
PROFICIENT
DISTINGUISH
ED
plans, based
on realistic,
logically
deduced risks.
Justify the
relevance and
significance of
quantitative
and qualitative
economic,
financial, and
scholarly
evidence used
throughout an
implementatio
n plan to
support
recommendati
ons.
Does not
describe the
quantitative
and qualitative
economic,
financial, and
scholarly
evidence used
throughout an
implementatio
n plan to
support
recommendati
ons.
Describes the
quantitative
and qualitative
economic,
financial, and
scholarly
evidence used
throughout an
implementatio
n plan to
support
recommendati
ons.
Justifies the
relevance and
significance of
quantitative
and qualitative
economic,
financial, and
scholarly
evidence used
throughout an
implementatio
n plan to
support
recommendati
ons.
Justifies the
relevance and
significance of
quantitative
and qualitative
economic,
financial, and
scholarly
evidence used
throughout an
implementatio
n plan to
support
recommendati
ons. Presents a
persuasive
argument
strengthened
by explicit
evaluation
criteria and a
perceptive
interpretation
and synthesis
of the
evidence.
Write
concisely and
directly using
active voice.
Does not write
concisely and
directly using
active voice.
Writes
passively, with
a tendency
toward
wordiness.
Writes
concisely and
directly using
active voice.
Writes
concisely and
directly.
Conveys
precise and
unequivocal
meaning
through clear
and consistent
CRITERIA
NONPERFORMANC
E
BASIC
PROFICIENT
DISTINGUISH
ED
use of active
voice.
Adhere to the
rules of
grammar,
usage, and
mechanics.
Does not
adhere to the
rules of
grammar,
usage, and
mechanics.
Errors in
grammar,
usage, and
mechanics
inhibit
readability and
comprehensio
n and detract
from good
scholarship.
Adheres to the
rules of
grammar,
usage, and
mechanics.
Exhibits strict
and nearly
flawless
adherence to
the rules of
grammar,
usage, and
mechanics.

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