NHS FPX 8040 Assessment 3 Project Charter Part 3

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Capella University

NHS-FPX 8040 21st-Century Health Care Leadership

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Table 1: Planned Intervention Components

Planned Intervention Components
Training StaffProvide educational seminars and training to nurses, physicians, and surgeons on cultural competency and skin cancer prevention strategies.
Identifying BarriersAddress barriers to program success, including access to healthcare services for patients in rural areas.
Interdisciplinary CollaborationPromote collaboration among healthcare staff and policymakers to foster empathy and generate innovative ideas.
Increasing Patient KnowledgeConduct campaigns and awareness sessions to increase patient knowledge about skin cancer prevention strategies.

Table 2: Measurement – Proposed Outcomes

Outcome Measure
Process Measure
Counter/Balancing Measure
Reduce mortality rate due to skin cancer from 7% to 5%Achieve an average of 5% skin cancer patients in the hospitalRegular training sessions for staff after initial training
Regular screening tests for early detection of the disease  
Acknowledge patients through campaigns and sessions 

Table 3: Data Collection & Management Plan

Data Collection
Data Collector
Collection Timeline
Data Storage/Protection
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Opinions, experiences, and awareness of stakeholdersProficient auditorStart from project initiation, end with project completionData stored in password-protected EHR; Confidentiality through HIPAAAddress issues like cultural competence and quality of care using demographic data

NHS FPX 8040 Assessment 3 Project Charter Part 3

Table 4: Ethical Leadership Framework

Ethical Leadership Components
Quadruple Aim of the programConsider patient experience, population health, lowering patient costs, and staff satisfaction.
Quintuple Aim (Extended Quadruple Aim)Include equity as the fifth component, addressing healthcare disparities.
Staff Benefits from FrameworksImproved treatment, efficient communication, comprehension of patient requirements, job satisfaction, and provision of high-quality care.
Consideration of Vulnerable GroupsAddress ideas and viewpoints of marginalized groups, ensuring access for vulnerable populations such as those in rural areas, facing financial instability, or subject to racial discrimination.
Leadership StylesEmploy credible leadership styles, such as transformational or innovative, considering participant well-being for efficiency and efficacy.
Training ImportanceEmphasize the importance of staff training to ensure accurate information delivery and following the Quadruple/Quintuple Aim for enhanced performance.

Table 5: SWOT Analysis

Organizational and executive support for the projectLack of training among staff
Community outreach for awareness and resourcesInadequate staff leading to increased mortality rates
Good standing with community stakeholdersResistance or hesitancy among staff for training
Unbiased and non-discriminatory treatment by healthcare staffLack of knowledge among patients and the general population about skin cancer
Training sessions for staff membersLow quality of care due to less staff and more patients
Hiring new staff to reduce burnoutStaff’s inability to implement project initiatives effectively
Awareness about the disease in the local communityIncrease in competition within the organization
Access to external resources and training opportunities for staffUnexpected changes in policies or regulations that may be unfavorable for the organization

NHS FPX 8040 Assessment 3 Project Charter Part 3

Table 6: References

Publication Title
Source Link
Chen, K. (2021)Efficacy of educational seminars in increasing skin cancer…Link
Haverfield, M.C., et al. (2020)Can patient–provider interpersonal interventions achieve…Link
Health and Human Resources. (2022)West Virginia Cancer StatisticsLink
Nicholson, P., et al. (2020)Patient satisfaction with a new skin cancer tele dermatology…Link
Nundy, S., et al. (2022)The Quintuple Aim for health care improvementLink
Rawla, P., et al. (2018)Epidemiology of colorectal cancer: incidence, mortality…Link
Ueda, M., et al. (2020)Managing cancer care during the COVID-19 pandemicLink
Wagner, J.K., et al. (2022)Exploring access to genomic risk information…Link

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