- Write a clear, one sentence problem statement for a proposed project.
- State the issue in the form of a problem, and add a citation.
- Identify key performance indicators and outcome measures for a proposed project.
- Locate the authoritative sources for performance measurement.
- Write a concise, substantive summary of current and relevant authoritative literature.
- Cover the selected topic adequately in the summary.
- You are encouraged to visit the Capella University Library to confirm what sources constitute authoritative literature. The Library Research and Information Literacy Skills page linked in the Resources contains useful information on this topic.
- Develop proposed structures (for example, pie chart, graph, spreadsheet, and process map) for the visual display of summarized raw data.
- Reflect on what type of visual display structure will best fit your selected topic.
- Ensure that the data displays are clear and easily interpreted.
- Ensure that the proposed title includes the focus of the data, units of measurement, the organization’s name, and time frame.
- Articulate the value of a data review project to an organization and to one’s professional health care leadership competency development goals.
- Express main points, assertions, and conclusions clearly as well as effectively.
- Review the selected organization’s website to determine its vision, mission, culture, strategic focus, and how they provide value to patients.
- Ensure that you understand what is meant by the term value proposition.
- Consider a strategic, systems perspective when you are contemplating value to the organization.
- What evidence do you have to support your conclusion?
- Combine clear, coherent, and original writing, in APA style, with relevant and credible evidence from the scholarly and professional literature.
- Apply correct APA formatting to your source citations.
- Consider how or why a particular evidence supports your main points, claims, or conclusions.
- Is your supporting evidence clear and explicit?
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