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This competency assessment assesses the following Outcome(s):

MN506M3-3:

Analyze the effects of contemporary health policy on providers and consumers.

For this assessment, select a local or state health care policy or legislation that was enacted in the last 5 years. Then:

Summarize the policy or legislation.

Analyze at least one strength and one weakness of the policy or legislation.

Discuss the impact of the policy or legislation for all stakeholders, both providers, and consumers.

Competency Assessment Rubric
All competency criteria must be met to earn a B grade and pass this Course Outcome.
A predefined number of mastery criteria must be met to earn an A grade, indicating mastery of
the Course Outcome. See the CLA and Grade Criteria Chart below.
MET
NOT YET
MET
Policy Identification & Summary
Competency
Identifies a healthcare policy/legislation, names the policy/legislation
and the date of implementation, identifies the state, county or local area
pertaining to the policy.
Summarizes policy/legislation, all relevant facts are included, and the
role of the APN is integrated throughout the paper.
Analyzes one strength and one weakness of the policy/legislation.
Mastery
Identifies and analyzes one strength and one weakness of the
policy/legislation. The strength and weakness identified are significant
and has major impact on the providers and consumers.
Policy Impact on Consumer Stakeholders
Competency
Discusses impact of policy on all consumer stakeholders.
Mastery
All the consumer stakeholders are identified, positive and negative
impacts are discussed.
Policy Impact on Provider Stakeholders
Competency
Discusses impact of policy on all provider stakeholders.
Mastery
All the provider stakeholders are identified, positive and negative
impacts are discussed.
Total Competency Criteria:
Total Mastery Criteria:
CLA and Grade Criteria Chart
CRITERIA
CLA
Score
Grade
Points
Meets all competency criteria and 2-3 of mastery criteria
5
A
1000
Meets all competency criteria and 1 of mastery criteria
4
850
Meets 4 of competency criteria
3
Meets 3 of competency criteria
2
Meets 1-2 of competency criteria
1
Meets 0 competency criteria
0
No submission
NA
B
Not Yet
Competent*
Not Yet
Competent*
Not Yet
Competent*
Not Yet
Competent*
Not Yet
Competent*
0
0
0
0
0
*Not Yet Competent grades convert to an F at term end
*If work submitted for this competency assessment does not meet the minimum
submission requirements, it will be returned for revision without being scored. If the
work submitted does not meet the minimum submission requirements by the end of the
term you will receive a failing score.
Minimum Submission Requirements
Minimum Submission Requirements
● Proper notification of any resubmission, repurposing, or
reworking of prior work per the Purdue Global Student
Coursework Resubmission, Repurposing, and Reworking Policy
Resource.
● This assessment should be a Microsoft Word (minimum 3-4
page) document, in addition to the title and reference pages.
● Support your paper with a minimum of three (3) scholarly
references.
● Respond to the questions in a thorough manner, providing
specific examples of concepts, topics, definitions, and other
elements asked for in the questions. Your submission should be
highly organized, logical, and focused.
● Your submission should provide a clearly established and
sustained viewpoint and purpose.
● Your writing should be well ordered, logical, and unified, as well
as original and insightful.
MET
NOT YET
MET
● Your submission must be written in Standard English and
demonstrate exceptional content, organization, style, and
grammar and mechanics.
● A separate page at the end of your submission should contain a
list of references in APA format. Use your textbook, the Library,
and the internet for research.
● Be sure to include references for all sources and to cite them
using in-text citations where appropriate. Your sources and
content should follow current APA citation style. Review the
writing resources for APA formatting and citation found in
Academic Tools. Additional writing resources can be found
within the Academic Success Center.
Course Syllabus
MN506M3 Evaluation of Contemporary Health Policy
COURSE INFORMATION
Course Title:
Evaluation of Contemporary Health Policy
Credit Hours:
1
Prerequisites:
None
LEARNING OUTCOMES
By the end of this course, you should be able to:
MN506M3-3: Analyze the effects of contemporary health policy on providers and consumers.
COURSE MATERIALS
For courses with ebooks or digital books, go to the Table of Contents and click on the link titled
Digital Book.
If your course has a physical textbook that you have not received, please contact your Student
Advisor if you have not done so previously.
TEXTBOOK INFORMATION
MediaType:
Title:
Edition:
Author:
Publisher:
Book ISBN:
Ebook ISBN:
Physical
Essentials Of Nursing Law And Ethics
2nd (2013)
Westrick, S.J.
Jones and Bartlett
978-1-284-03020-4
MediaType:
Title:
Edition:
Physical
Policy and Politics For Nurses and … – With Access
3rd (2018)
Author:
Nickitas, D.M., Middaugh, D.J., & Feeg, V.
Publisher:
Jones and Bartlett
Book ISBN: 978-1-284-14039-2
Ebook ISBN:
SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS
The following software requirements are required in this course beyond the ones listed in the
catalog:
No additional technology requirements beyond those in the Purdue Global Catalog.
GRADING CRITERIA/COURSE EVALUATION
Component Type
Total Points
Writing Assignment
1000
Total
1000
PURDUE UNIVERSITY GLOBAL GRADING SCALE
Grade
Points
Percent
Grade Point
A
1000
4.0
B
850
3.0
F
0
0.0
POLICIES
Students who wish to review current policies (academic appeals, attendance, plagiarism, etc.)
should refer to the current Purdue University Global Catalog.
Extension Policy
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You are expected to submit the Competency Assessment by 11:59 p.m.ET on the Sunday of
the final week of the course.
The competency assessment will not be accepted after Sunday of the final week of the term
without an extension request and approval. In order to request an extension, you must have
attempted the competency assessment at least once beforehand.
Your professor will determine whether an extension is appropriate. If your extension request is
approved, the final deadline for the competency assessment is Thursday 11:59 p.m. ET, two
days after the close of the course. Only one attempt may be made during the extension.
Please note that extensions are possible in module courses but not Incompletes.
ACADEMIC ACCOMMODATIONS – If there are any academic accommodations you feel
would be helpful to you in your classes, please do not hesitate to reach out to Student Accessibility
Services (SAS) for assistance.
Tel: 317-208-1686
Email:sas@purdueglobal.edu
Fax:866-422-4773 (Toll Free)
TTY: TTY users may dial 711 from their TTY phone, at no charge, to be connected with
a Telecommunications Relay Services (TRS) operator who will assist with the call.
Accommodations cannot be granted retroactively and you are required to submit supporting
documentation needed to process the request.
COURSE SPECIFIC POLICIES
Students must take all modules of the master course outcome. All modules must be taken in
sequential order. Students cannot test out of any part.
Course Module Preview
Every competency module provides a Course Module Preview document. This document
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includes the course outcomes, readings, and assignment information for all of this course’s
modules. The intent is to allow you to work ahead until you receive access to the next module in
the sequence.
Download the Course Module Preview
COURSE ACTIVITIES
This module course includes five sections: Getting Started, Learn, Connect, Practice, and
Competency Assessment. You are not required to complete the sections in any particular order,
but you must complete the readiness check in “Getting Started” first in order to access content
in all of the other sections. The competency assessment is the only graded assignment in the
module.
Getting Started: This section introduces you to the learning outcome that is the focus for the
module. You must complete the readiness check in this section in order to access the other
sections in the course.
Readiness Check
Each competency module begins with a readiness check. This is a multiple-choice
assessment with feedback that gives you an opportunity to gauge your current
knowledge of the content and decide what to study in order to cover gaps in your
knowledge and be successful on the final competency assessment. The readiness
check is not graded and does not affect your standing in the module. You must complete
the readiness check to gain access to the other course content and the competency
assessment. You are only provided one attempt on the readiness check.
Learn: This section is designed to allow you to review and/or learn the content related to the
learning outcome that will be assessed in the competency assessment. This section may
include reading, research, recorded videos, and other informational resources to review
concepts related to the learning outcome.
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Connect: This section offers further insight into the focus of this module by providing
opportunities to interact with your instructor and classmates. These interactions include
live Faculty Connect opportunities and asynchronous discussion topics.
Faculty Connect opportunities are held weekly and focus on topics related to the course.
The Faculty Connect opportunities will be structured to address your questions about
specific competency modules and their competency assessments. Faculty Connect
opportunities are optional, but you are strongly encouraged to attend. Your instructor will
provide you additional information about the Faculty Connect opportunities.
Practice: This section includes activities designed to help you practice the concepts you need
to know to complete the competency assessment. These activities may be knowledge checks,
quizzes, or labs. All practice activities include feedback.
Competency Assessment: The competency assessment (CA) assesses your level of
performance on the specific learning outcome that is the focus of the module. CAs are
performance-based assessments that require you to demonstrate your knowledge,
understanding, and proficiency through the creation of a product, artifact, or exam. The other
learning activities in the competency module are designed to help you achieve mastery on the
CA. You must pass the CA to receive credit, and you can attempt the assessment an unlimited
number of times within the six week term. However, the CA must be completed successfully by
the end of the term to earn credit. A score of “A” or “B” is a passing grade for the module. You
may not resubmit an assessment during this term if a minimum passing score of “B” has been
earned. Your performance on the CA is assessed with a Competency Assessment Checklist
Rubric. Be sure to review any minimum submission requirements provided in the competency
assessment directions. If the work submitted for this competency assessment does not meet the
minimum submission requirements, it will be returned for revision. If the work submitted does
not meet the minimum submission requirements by the end of the term, you will receive a failing
score.
End-of-Term Submission Requirements: The deadline to submit competency assessments is
Sunday, 11:59 p.m. ET of the final week of the term. If you expect to receive feedback, revise,
and resubmit a CA near the end of the term, you are encouraged to make your submission no
later than 6 days (Thursday, 11:59 p.. ET) before the end of the final week of the term.
Submissions submitted on the Sunday of the final week will be graded before final grades are
due rather than in the timeframe instructors use during the term.
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DISCUSSION BOARDS
The Discussion Board is where you post your responses to discussion topics and share your
experiences in completing exercises and applying the content of the module. Discussion topics
provide a forum for you to seek clarification and answer important questions about the course
material. The discussion also allows you to receive feedback from the instructor and other
students in the class.
INSTRUCTOR’S FEEDBACK
Competency assessments submitted during the term will be graded within 24 hours.
Assessments submitted on Friday will be graded within 72 hours and assessments submitted on
Saturday will be graded within 48 hours, with the exception of assessments submitted on the
Sunday of the final week of the term and holidays. Assessments submitted on the Sunday of the
end of the term will be graded by the final grade deadline. If there is a holiday, assessments will
be returned within 24 hours of the return from the holiday. Refer to the Gradebook and Dropbox
within your course to review the feedback. If you do not earn a passing score on your attempt,
you should use the feedback provided to help guide your next attempt. Assessments submitted
on Sunday of the final week are final and cannot be revised. If you have any questions or
concerns about your competency assessment score and/or the feedback you receive, be sure
to contact your instructor for clarification.
RUBRICS
The Competency Assessment Checklist Rubric is provided in the Competency Assessment
section of the course. The rubric is a tool your instructor uses to determine your performance on
the Competency Assessment. The rubric consists of a list of criterion statements indicating the
requirements to show competent performance on the learning outcome. Criterion are listed
separately in order to indicate the items that are the minimum requirement to show competent
performance, while other criteria represent mastery level achievement. All competency criterion
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statements must be met to pass the Competency Assessment. To receive an A, you must
carefully review the rubric and complete the required number of mastery criteria. You should
follow the rubric so you understand exactly what is expected of you and how you will be
evaluated in the Competency Assessment. Following the rubric will help make sure you
demonstrate competence in all required aspects of the Competency Assessment. You are
encouraged to read both the Competency Assessment directions and the checklist rubric when
you first start the module. Talk to your professor right away if you have any questions about
them.
TUTORING
Tutoring and many other resources are available in the Academic Success Center section of the
My Studies tab on the Purdue Global Campus home page.
NETIQUETTE
Interactions in an online classroom can be in written form as well as in audio or video. Your
comfort level with expressing ideas and feelings in writing will add to your success in an online
course. The ability to write is necessary, but you also need to understand what is considered
appropriate when communicating online.
The word “netiquette” is short for “Internet etiquette.” Rules of netiquette have grown organically
with the growth of the Internet to help users act responsibly when they access or transmit
information online. As a student, you should be aware of the common rules of netiquette for the
web and employ a communication style that follows these guidelines.
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Wait to respond to a message that upsets you and be careful of what you say and how
you say it.
Be considerate. Rude or threatening language, inflammatory assertions (often referred
to as “flaming”), personal attacks, and other inappropriate communication will not be
tolerated.
Never post a message that is in all capital letters — it comes across to the reader as
SHOUTING! Use boldface and italics sparingly, as they can denote sarcasm.
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Keep messages short and to the point.
Always practice good grammar, punctuation, and composition. This shows that you have
taken the time to craft your response and that you respect your classmates’ work.
Keep in mind that Discussion Boards are meant to be constructive exchanges, and it is
important to respect those views that are different from yours.
Be respectful and treat everyone as you would want to be treated yourself.
Use spell check before sending a written message
Using a webcam in an online meeting room requires thought and consideration for the
netiquette environment. Keep your surroundings free of clutter and distraction. Do not allow
others in your setting to enter the webcam view. Be sure your attire and background are
appropriate for a classroom setting. If in doubt, turn off your camera. When using a microphone
be mindful of your mute button – stay on mute until it is an appropriate time to speak – then
enable your mute button again when you have finished sharing. Also, be mindful of how you
reply to differing opinions or course content that you may not agree with. Feel free to express
your views and ask questions in a calm and respectful way.
You should also review and refer to the section on Responsible Use of University Technology
contained in the most recent Purdue Global Catalog.
Note: This syllabus is subject to change during this term/session or in future
terms/sessions. This syllabus was published for course content as of 2202C. (E-Track terms
are 12 weeks in length and consist of two 6-week sessions)
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