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Delivering health care in America - Healthcare Management

Evolving Role of U.S Hospitals

Healthcare Delivery Systems
BOOK INFORMATION
Shi, L., & Singh, D. A. (2015). Delivering health care in America: A systems approach (6th ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.

ISBN: 9781284074635 Action Items- IMPORTANT

  1. Complete the Week 5 Readings prior to working on this assignment. Document your thoughts as you read.
  2. Conduct research for the following topics. You must incorporate research to support your answers from at least three scholarly resources.
    a. The number of short-stay, nonprofit hospitals in the U.S. reached a high of almost 6,300 in the early 1970s; however, by 2006 the number declined to about 5,700. What accounts for the decline? What are some of the potential effects of the decline with regard to patient access? Does the effects make a difference? Why or why not?
    b. Hospitals, once a major provider of secondary care, have lost this service to other providers. Who are some of these providers? Why has the provision of certain services shifted away from the inpatient setting?
    c. Using the Barton pdf, locate the information and graphs related to the changes in inpatient services and explain the many reasons for these changes. Be specific about the numbers and figures from the charts and graphs in the Barton pdf. When citing this resource, simply cite the course material.
    d. Write a three- to four-page paper in which you address the items that you researched.
    a. You must incorporate research into your paper from at least three relevant, scholarly resources.
    b. Follow all applicable APA Guidelines regarding in-text citations, list of cited references, and document formatting for this paper. Failure to properly cite and reference sources constitutes plagiarism.
    c. The title page and reference list are not included in the page count for this paper.

e. Submit your paper to Turnitin.com. Student job for submission.

IMPORTANT: Please follow the rubric
Grading Rubric
Evolving Role of U.S. Hospitals rubric: 0-70 points
Evolving Role of U.S. Hospitals Grading and Assessment Rubric
Areas of CAHME Competencies CAHME Competencies
Deficient 0-19 Approaching 20 - 22 Fulfills 23 - 25 Points III.A.2 Healthcare Systems and Healthcare Management (50 Points) Structural Design of Healthcare Organizations (25 Points) The paper did not provide description, analysis or evaluation on structural design of healthcare organizations. The paper provided some description, analysis and/or evaluation on the structural design of healthcare organizations.
The paper provided sufficient description, analysis, and evaluation on the structural design of healthcare organizations.

Governance Structure & Roles
The paper did not provide description on governance structure and roles.
The paper provided some description on governance structure and roles.
The paper provided sufficient description on governance structure and roles.

Communication and Interpersonal effectiveness
(5 Points) Written, Verbal & Interpersonal Communication
The paper did not provide evidence that the learner applied written, verbal, or interpersonal communication in the course work. The paper provided some evidence that the learner applied written, verbal, and interpersonal communication in the course work. The paper provided sufficient evidence that the learner applied written, verbal, and interpersonal communication in the course work.

Critical Thinking, Analysis, & Problem Solving
Information Seeking The paper did not provide evidence that the learner actively and critically sought information from reliable sources. The paper provided some evidence that the learner actively and critically sought information from reliable sources.

The paper provided sufficient evidence that the learner actively and critically sought information from reliable sources APA Requirements

Consistent application of APA guidelines regarding in-text citations, list of cited references, and document formatting
In-text citations are missing; references are incomplete or not formatted correctly; document formatting contains several errors.
most in-text citations are present and formatted correctly; most references are included and formatted correctly; document formatting contains few errors.

All in-text citations are present and formatted correctly; all references are included and formatted correctly; document formatting contains no errors. Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this week, the student will be able to:
Describe and analyze how resources such as the healthcare workforce are utilized in the delivery of healthcare.

• Describe, analyze, and evaluate how the U.S. healthcare system is structured, organized, and managed. Define and describe process management, performance management, and quality assessment for patient care improvement.

Required Readings:

  1. Read the following chapters in Shi and Singh (2015):
    o Chapter 7 ( Outpatient and Primary Care Services )
    o Chapter 8 ( Inpatient Facilities and Services )
  2. Read Chapter 9 PDF from Barton - Click Here to Access.
  3. Examine Table

4: Country Classifications in Selected International Organizations, pp. 20-23 in: Nielsen, L. (2011). Classifications of countries based on their level of development: How it is done and how it could be done. IMF Working Paper, WP/11/31. (NOTE: Make sure you pay particular attention to the World Bank classifications.)

  1. Read Rice T., & Unruh, L. (2009). Healthcare systems in developed countries: Organization, outcomes, costs and lessons. The Economics of Health Reconsidered, 3rd edition, Chicago: Health Administration Press. (PLEASE OPEN ALL THE ATTACHMENT FOR Q# 2, 3 AND 4) World Health Organization (WHO)
    WHO is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system. It is responsible for providing leadership on global health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards, articulating evidence-based policy options, providing technical support to countries and monitoring and assessing health trends.
    In the 21st century, health is a shared responsibility, involving equitable access to essential care and collective defense against transnational threats. WHO fulfills its objectives through its core functions:
    • providing leadership on matters critical to health and engaging in partnerships where joint action is needed; shaping the research agenda and stimulating the generation, translation and dissemination of valuable knowledge;
    • setting norms and standards and promoting and monitoring their implementation
    • articulating ethical and evidence-based policy options;
    • providing technical support, catalyzing change, and building sustainable institutional capacity; and
    • monitoring the health situation and assessing health trends.These core functions are set out in the 11th General Programme of Work, which provides the framework for organization-wide programme of work, budget, resources and results. Entitled "Engaging for Health," it covers the 10-year period from 2006 to 2015.

5.2 Evolving Role of U.S Hospitals
Healthcare Delivery Systems
BOOK INFORMATION
Shi, L., & Singh, D. A. (2015). Delivering health care in America: A systems approach (6th ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.
ISBN: 9781284074635 Action Items- IMPORTANT
1. Complete the Week 5 Readings prior to working on this assignment. Document your thoughts as you read.2. Conduct research for the following topics. You must incorporate research to support your answers from at least three scholarly resources. a. The number of short-stay, nonprofit hospitals in the U.S. reached a high of almost 6,300 in the early 1970s; however, by 2006 the number declined to about 5,700. What accounts for the decline? What are some of the potential effects of the decline with regard to patient access? Does the effects make a difference? Why or why not? b. Hospitals, once a major provider of secondary care, have lost this service to other providers. Who are some of these providers? Why has the provision of certain services shifted away from the inpatient setting? c. Using the Barton pdf, locate the information and graphs related to the changes in inpatient services and explain the many reasons for these changes. Be specific about the numbers and figures from the charts and graphs in the Barton pdf. When citing this resource, simply cite the course material. d. Write a three- to four-page paper in which you address the items that you researched.
a. You must incorporate research into your paper from at least three relevant, scholarly resources. b. Follow all applicable APA Guidelines regarding in-text citations, list of cited references, and document formatting for this paper. Failure to properly cite and reference sources constitutes plagiarism. c. The title page and reference list are not included in the page count for this paper. e. Submit your paper to Turnitin.com. Student job for submission.
IMPORTANT: Please follow the rubric
Grading Rubric
Evolving Role of U.S. Hospitals rubric: 0-70 points
Evolving Role of U.S. Hospitals Grading and Assessment Rubric
Areas of CAHME Competencies CAHME Competencies Deficient 0-19 Approaching 20 - 22 Fulfills 23 - 25 Points III.A.2 Healthcare Systems and Healthcare Management (50 Points) Structural Design of Healthcare Organizations (25 Points) The paper did not provide description, analysis or evaluation on structural design of healthcare organizations. The paper provided some description, analysis and/or evaluation on the structural design of healthcare organizations.
The paper provided sufficient description, analysis, and evaluation on the structural design of healthcare organizations. Deficient 0-19 Approaching 20 - 22 Fulfills 23 - 25 Governance Structure & Roles (25 Points)
The paper did not provide description on governance structure and roles.
The paper provided some description on governance structure and roles.
The paper provided sufficient description on governance structure and roles. Deficient 0-2 Approaching 3 Fulfills 4-5
III.A.3 Communication and Interpersonal effectiveness
(5 Points) Written, Verbal & Interpersonal Communication
The paper did not provide evidence that the learner applied written, verbal, or interpersonal communication in the course work. The paper provided some evidence that the learner applied written, verbal, and interpersonal communication in the course work. The paper provided sufficient evidence that the learner applied written, verbal, and interpersonal communication in the course work. Deficient 0-5 Approaching 6-7 Fulfills 8-10
III.A.4 Critical Thinking, Analysis, & Problem Solving
(10 Points) Information Seeking The paper did not provide evidence that the learner actively and critically sought information from reliable sources. The paper provided some evidence that the learner actively and critically sought information from reliable sources.
The paper provided sufficient evidence that the learner actively and critically sought information from reliable sources ficient 0-2 Approaching 3 Fulfills 4-5
APA Requirements
5 Points
Consistent application of APA guidelines regarding in-text citations, list of cited references, and document formatting
In-text citations are missing; references are incomplete or not formatted correctly; document formatting contains several errors. ost in-text citations are present and formatted correctly; most references are included and formatted correctly; document formatting contains few errors. All in-text citations are present and formatted correctly; all references are included and formatted correctly; document formatting contains no errors. Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this week, the student will be able to:• Describe and analyze how resources such as the healthcare workforce are utilized in the delivery of healthcare.• Describe, analyze, and evaluate how the U.S. healthcare system is structured, organized, and managed. Define and describe process management, performance management, and quality assessment for patient care improvement. Required Readings:
1. Read the following chapters in Shi and Singh (2015):
o Chapter 7 ( Outpatient and Primary Care Services )
o Chapter 8 ( Inpatient Facilities and Services ) 2. Read Chapter 9 PDF from Barton - Click Here to Access. 3. Examine Table 4: Country Classifications in Selected International Organizations, pp. 20-23 in: Nielsen, L. (2011). Classifications of countries based on their level of development: How it is done and how it could be done. IMF Working Paper, WP/11/31. (NOTE: Make sure you pay particular attention to the World Bank classifications.) 4. Read Rice T., & Unruh, L. (2009). Healthcare systems in developed countries: Organization, outcomes, costs and lessons. The Economics of Health Reconsidered, 3rd edition, Chicago: Health Administration Press. (PLEASE OPEN ALL THE ATTACHMENT FOR Q# 2, 3 AND 4) World Health Organization (WHO)
WHO is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system. It is responsible for providing leadership on global health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards, articulating evidence-based policy options, providing technical support to countries and monitoring and assessing health trends.
In the 21st century, health is a shared responsibility, involving equitable access to essential care and collective defense against transnational threats. WHO fulfills its objectives through its core functions:
• providing leadership on matters critical to health and engaging in partnerships where joint action is needed; shaping the research agenda and stimulating the generation, translation and dissemination of valuable knowledge;• setting norms and standards and promoting and monitoring their implementation• articulating ethical and evidence-based policy options;• providing technical support, catalyzing change, and building sustainable institutional capacity; and• monitoring the health situation and assessing health trends.These core functions are set out in the 11th General Programme of Work, which provides the framework for organization-wide programme of work, budget, resources and results. Entitled "Engaging for Health," it covers the 10-year period from 2006 to 2015.

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