The capstone project is designed to be completed in sections. This is part three of the assignment.
Review your logic model, change proposal, and initiation plan. Describe in detail how the overall change plan will be evaluated, and the resources needed to evaluate the project. Discuss the evaluation process in relationship to the projected outcomes.
Create a dissemination plan. Explain how the outcome of the project will be disseminated externally (outside the setting to health care community) and internally (unit or hospital where the change process has taken place). A detailed plan answers the questions who, what, where, how,
referencing at least three to five scholarly resources and at least two of your supporting references must be from peer-reviewed resources.
|Part III: Evaluation and Dissemination Plan
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|Description of How the Change Plan Will Be Evaluated
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|Resources Needed to Evaluate Project
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|Evaluation Process of the Projected Outcomes
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|Dissemination Plan: Who, What, Where, How, and When
|The description of the dissemination plan including who, what, where, how, and when is not present.
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|The description of the dissemination plan including who, what, where, how, and when is thorough.
|External and Internal Project Dissemination Plan
|The explanation of the project dissemination plan externally and internally is not
Inputs: What resources do you need to make this happen? (e.g., staff, space, funding)
Activities: What are you going to do? (e.g., educate and establish partnerships)
Outputs: What will happen because of your activities? (e.g., 100 people trained)
Short-Term Outcomes: Immediate changes you expect to occur (e.g., changes in knowledge)
Mid-Term Outcomes: (e.g., changes in behavior)
Long-Term Outcomes: How will this program help in the future? (e.g., obesity prevention)
Paid pregnancy leave
Mental Health improvement
Full funding or insurance for veterans
Quality medical care
Save life of mother and child
Therapy for the female veterans
Affordable health care cost
Quick diagnosis and treatment
Give allowance or paid leave
Safe delivery and health of both child and mother
Life of mother and the child is assured
Good child development and environment
Cured from mental depression and stress disorders
Child support funding
High quality treatment for mental conditions and depression
Increased work output in the military.
Health issues: mental health of pregnancy women Population affected by the health issue: veterans Proposed intervention: financing and resources
Theory or model used inform an intervention: ecological model
Pregnancy and Mental Health Among Women Veterans Returning from Iraq and Afghanistan Kristin M. Mattocks, Ph.D., Melissa Skanderson, M.A., […], and Sally Haskell, M.D.
Back2bu,( nd) Women Vets Report Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes, Postpartum Mental Health Problems After Leaving Service. Retrieved from https://www.bumc.bu.edu/busm/2020/04/15/women-vets-report-adverse-pregnancy-outcomes-postpartum-mental-health-problems-after-leaving-service/
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Running Head: HEALTHCARE ISSUES
CONSUMER EXPERIENCE 2
Health care issue
Healthcare is one of the vital sectors in society, but not everyone appreciates its prevalence. In that light, a recent study depicts that at least 47% of healthcare consumers posit that healthcare and life sciences focus more on the field than the patients’ needs (Gabriel et al., 2017). In other words, healthcare institutions focus more on the industry needs and less on customer needs, thus deemed not being customer-centric. Significant commercial giants such as Amazon, Apple, and Google have successfully implemented their consumer-centric business models, whereby healthcare institutions should learn from them (Gabriel et al., 2017). Therefore, it would be necessary to change from the traditional industry needs-centric towards customer-oriented organizations. Health care institutions should change their perception about their consumers that need to be wooed with flawless experiences. Considering the repercussions that could emanate from negative customer experience, especially on sales, healthcare practitioners should focus on excellent medical treatment and render a positive customer experience.
Therefore, to address customer experience, it would be recommended for healthcare institutions to reinvent their business strategy to a more customer-centric business strategy. Most successful organizations are customer-experience businesses, which helps amplify customer loyalty and consumer satisfaction alongside the revenue due to increased business transactions. Therefore, healthcare institutions should suppress negative healthcare customer experiences from lousy customer service by administrative staff, time wastage, focus more on paperwork than patients, and substitute with constructive practices.
Therefore, changing the paradigm in the healthcare customer experience would significantly help resolve the issue. Improving customer experience would eventually amplify consumer engagement and strengthen the relationships that would constructively enhance the overall experience (Harkins, 2017). It results from consumer-friendly practices that encourage direct interaction between healthcare practitioners and the consumers and significantly address consumer needs. The aim is to understand the consumers’ needs and provide personalized healthcare services that improve their relationships and the overall customer experience in the industry. Besides, when healthcare providers focus on the consumers’ needs, consumers feel ac
Women Veterans Mental Healthcare during Pregnancy
Student Affiliation (For Example, Department + Institute Name)
Course Name and Number
Pregnancy in women veterans is often associated with anxiety, depression, and other stress disorders. The incidence of these diseases is high in women veterans due to significant endeavors during military services (Creech et al., 2019). The implementation plan for pregnant veterans includes providing financial aids and sufficient resources to improve their mental health during pregnancy. The proposed change plan comprises certain strategic interventions to reduce the ongoing incidence of mental health problems during pregnancy in women veterans.
Distinguish organizational strategies needed to implement and maintain the change plan.
The proposed change plan comprises certain modifications in the management of pregnant veterans by providing them with adequate funds, quick medical access, and paid pregnancy leaves. Similarly, the organization should pay attention to the fault lines of the already implemented plan. To maintain the change, there should be active leadership that prioritizes the success and sustenance of the change plan. The other strategy that can make the implementation plan easy and productive is empowering women veterans through effective communication and negotiation. This strategy will ultimately help to reduce the mental stress and grievances of pregnant veterans. Hence, the change plan can categorically operate.
Identify the stakeholders needed to support the implementation of the proposed plan.
The major stakeholders are healthcare professionals such as doctors, nurses, allied health professionals, paramedical staff, and pregnant veterans as a patient of prime focus for this change plan. Additionally, hospital management and leadership also play a significant role in implementing the proposed change plan (Nillni et al., 2021). Similarly, there are certain private investors and NGOs that work for the mandate of the organization and patient care. Insurance companies are also one of the key stakeholders of the implementation plan. Similarly, pharmaceutical firms and government subsidies are also supportive elements for the implementation plan. All these stakeholders will provide affordable health care costs and quality medical care for pregnant veterans.
Explain how these stakeholders are vital to implementing the change plan.
Doctors and nurses are the first-line workers to assist the patient and provide the baseline for effective implementation. Efficient staff will introduce interventions that will improve the mental h