for this assessment you will write and submit a 6 10 page health care policy proposal for an organization of your choice in the form of a policy manual
Note: Each assessment in this course is a step in developing a proposal for a new health policy in the form of a policy manual you will submit in this assessment. You are strongly encouraged to complete assessments in this course in sequence.
For this assessment, submit your completed health policy proposal. To prepare for this assessment, assemble your initial research and the outline you completed in Assessment 3.
Then, write a 6â€“10 page paper that includes the following sections:
Section 1: Proposal Overview
- Introduce the proposed new health policy.
- Include your problem statement addressing a selected topic, various perspectives, and existing gaps.
- Include a literature review describing the theories underlying your proposed policy development.
Section 2: Analysis and Evaluation
Include an evaluation of issues and policies in health care management from one of these perspectives: economic, sociological, political, or methodological models. This section needs to cover four elements:
- Synthesize social-political models with the development and implementation of your proposed health policy.
- Evaluate your proposed policy using comparative decision-making techniques for health care issues, strategies, and programs.
- Analyze possible ethical dilemmas that may arise during policy development and implementation.
- Analyze your policy’s proposed benefits.
Section 3: Conclusion
- Synthesize the information presented in the Proposal Overview and Analysis and Evaluation sections.
- Propose a high-level, persuasive argument on why your proposed policy should be accepted. This section should include the proposal’s strengths and weaknesses.
- Length: Paper must be 6â€“10 pages typed and double-spaced, using Times New Roman, 12-point content (length excludes title page, abstract, table of contents, and reference list).
- References: Cite at least 15 references. Your references may include both scholarly literature and practitioner sources.
- Written communication: Writing must be free of errors, scholarly, and consistent with expectations for business professionals.
- Writing style: APA expectations for scholarly writing include the use of third-person narrative, unless it is awkward to do so.
- APA formatting: Writing must be formatted according to APA (6th edition) style and formatting and include a title page, abstract, table of contents, and reference list.