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A New Patient Letter to accompany the Intake Packet in business letter format covering all topics/ create a one-page bullet-ed Code of Ethics/ A sample Living Will/ In addition, you will craft an email to the CEO and the Board of Directors, explaining the purpose of the Intake Packet and all its components. Your email should use proper email formatting (including subject line description) and contain language appropriate to the receiver/ Finally, develop a PowerPoint presentation with audio for placement on the Facility website 15 Sildes (w/ Comments) c. Use the notes area on each slide as needed to expand on the key points./ Rubric attached


Scenario

You have recently been promoted to Health Services Manager at Three Mountains Regional Hospital, a small hospital located in a mid-size city in the Midwest. Three Mountains is a general medical and surgical facility with 400 beds. Last year there were approximately 62,000 emergency visits and 15,000 admissions. More than 6,000 outpatient and 10,000 inpatient surgeries were performed.

The CEO and the Board of Directors have tasked you with developing an intake packet for new patients that will help establish patient trust in the facility and its employees. The patient packet will address new patient concerns by including information about HIPAA, informed consent, a confidential health history report, and a living will. The new packet will also include the values of the organization and a code of ethics.


Instructions

You are now ready to take the basic components you have created so far and, using those as a foundation, create the final Intake Packet the hospital will use during admissions. The Intake Packet will be comprised of the following elements:

  • A New Patient Letter to accompany the Intake Packet

    • The letter should be in business letter format (Here is a

      library resource

      for help writing a business letter.)
    • The letter should address the following points for the patient:

      • An explanation of the importance of ethics
      • Why each part of the packet is included
      • How the packet is to be used
    • The letter should also include a HIPAA/Confidentiality statement
    • The letter should also include a Privacy Pledge
  • The Code of Ethics

    • Based on your PowerPoint Presentation, create a one-page bulleted Code of Ethics
  • A sample Living Will

    • Make any necessary changes to your Living Will template and include it as part of the Intake Packet
  • Create a new form for the patient to sign, acknowledging receipt of the above documents

In addition, you will craft an email to the CEO and the Board of Directors, explaining the purpose of the Intake Packet and all its components. Your email should use proper email formatting (including subject line description) and contain language appropriate to the receiver. (Here is a

library resource

for help writing a professional email.)

Finally, develop a PowerPoint presentation with audio for placement on the Facility website. (Here is a

library resource

for help creating a PowerPoint presentation.) Your audience includes past, current, and future patients. In the PowerPoint presentation, you will address the following:

  • The Ethics and Values of the organization and an overview of the Code of Ethics
  • The Purpose of the Intake Packet
  • Explanation of the Privacy Policy
  • Explanation of HIPAA, and its goals and purpose
  • Description and encouragement to sign the form acknowledging receipt

The PowerPoint presentation (or other shareable Webware/software you prefer) should be done with narration in which you explain each component of the Intake Packet.

a.  The PowerPoint should be between 10 and 15 slides.

b.  Describe each component of the Intake Packet.

c.  Use the notes area on each slide as needed to expand on the key points.

d.  You may use a free screen capture site such as

Screencast-O-Matic

to record a video of your presentation. Screencast-O-Matic is a site and program that can perform screen desk and audio capture up to 15 minutes for free, and can be utilized on a Windows or Mac computer. (Note: You can use another, similar program if you prefer. Screencast-O-Matic is only a suggestion). Make sure that both your voice and the PowerPoint slides are captured on the video.

 A New Patient Letter to accompany the Intake Packet in business letter format covering all topics/ create a one-page bullet-ed Code of Ethics/ A sample Living Will/ In addition, you will craft an em
Grading Rubric Project Criteria F F C B A Not Submitted No Pass Competence Proficiency Mastery Business letter to the patient explaining the importance of ethics to the facility and the patient, why each part of the packet is included, and how the packet is to be used. Not Submitted Letter does not fully address the importance of ethics to the facility and the patient, why each part of the packet is included, and how the packet is to be used. Major issues with the formatting of the letter, and is underdeveloped. Letter addresses the importance of ethics to the facility and the patient, why each part of the packet is included, and how the packet is to be used. Lacks supporting evidence and has minor issues with the formatting. In-depth letter addresses the importance of ethics to the facility and the patient, why each part of the packet is included, and how the packet is to be used. Lacks supporting evidence and has minor issues with the formatting. In-depth letter that fully addresses the importance of ethics to the facility and the patient, why each part of the packet is included, and how the packet is to be used. Provides proper formatting and supporting details throughout. Create a one-page bulleted Code of Ethics. Not Submitted Code of Ethics is undeveloped and lacks the requisite elements. Major issues with the code. Code of Ethics is present; however, it lacks detail and is flawed in design. Missing components. Code of Ethics contains applicable tenets, but they are missing the details to make them fully applicable to the organization. Code of Ethics is an in-depth, 1-page bulleted list that is applicable to the organization. A sample Living Will template, revised based on previous feedback. Not Submitted Document attempts to provide a sample, living will template with formatting, but with major errors. Missing parts of the required pieces. Makes minimal attempt to incorporate feedback from module assessment. Document includes a formatted living will; however, it is lacking detail and depth. Missing revisions based on feedback. Document includes a detailed living will with minor errors or missing pieces. Attempts revisions based on feedback. Document includes an in-depth living will with all of the requisite pieces and details. Supporting evidence provided. Any necessary revisions made based on previous feedback. Create a new form for the patient to sign, acknowledging receipt of the above documents. Not Submitted Patient acknowledgment form is underdeveloped, lacks detail and formatting. Patient acknowledgment form submission is basic, missing minimal elements. Patient acknowledgment form contains the relevant pieces with minor errors and issues. Patient acknowledgment form is complete and contains all of the requisite pieces. Craft an email to the CEO and the Board of Directors, explaining the purpose of the Intake Packet and all its elements. Not Submitted Email is underdeveloped in tone and message. Major issues with formatting. Provides a basic email that does not fully contain the purpose of the packet. Minor issues with formatting and tone. Email provides an in-depth message about the purpose of the packet. Contains minor issues in formatting or professional tone. Email contains proper email formatting (including subject line description) and contains language appropriate to the receiver. The message is in-depth and conveys the purpose of the packet. Create and record a Power Point presentation. Not Submitted No formal style in presentation, lacks significant information and detail. Formal style is apparent in some parts of recorded presentation but not maintained throughout. Slides are lacking supporting evidence. Formal style is reflected in the majority of the recording. Minor errors with supporting evidence. Formal style in presentation throughout with in-depth and detailed slides. Clear narration. APA Formatting, Grammar, Spelling, and Mechanics. Not Submitted The Reference list is not set up per APA rules, using correct formatting for margins, font, spacing and is not in alphabetical order as required. Major issues with grammar, spelling, and mechanics. The Reference list set up demonstrates some of the APA rules of formatting, but omits margins, font, and indentation formatting, along with an omitting alphabetical listing of entries. Minor issues with grammar, spelling, and mechanics. The Reference List set up demonstrates the majority of APA rules of formatting correctly, follows margin and fonts rule, and alphabetical entries are mostly correct, but omits double spacing and hanging indent for second lines as required. Minimal issues with grammar, spelling, and mechanics. The Reference list set up exhibits excellent attention to formatting with fonts, margins, spacing, and alphabetical entry correctly applied per APA formatting standards.

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