Author Peggy Hutchison writes: “…extensive obstacles to friendship exist in families, communities, and services. As a result of these obstacles, people interviewed in this study reported knowing about very few real friendships which exist between people in their communities with handicaps and other citizens. This finding that the majority of people with handicaps still have few or no non-disabled friends is consistent with other findings” (Hutchison, 1990).
After viewing the film, Rory O’Shea Was Here, and evaluating Hutchinson’s idea (both in the film and in your experience), please answer the following in a post of at least 250 words. You must refer to the movie and relate the two articles to the movie as you answer the questions below:
- In what ways might it be possible for persons who are differently abled to enjoy deep and meaningful friendships compared with those outside of the community? What are the challenges?
- What are some of the special considerations for having friendships with persons who are differently abled?
- What is your own experience of friendships with persons who are differently abled?
Apply data analytic methodologies to diverse populations to address population health needs.
You have assessed your local population health needs and identified data sources and data sets that are needed to help providers make immediate gains in patient outcomes. Your health systems Board of Directors is requesting that you develop a high-level population health management program dashboard.
For this assessment, you need to assess local population health needs and identify data sources and data sets that are needed to help providers make immediate gains in patient outcomes. It is a major undertaking to plan, design, and implement a robust PHM. Therefore, your health systems Board of Directors is requesting that you develop 1-2 page high-level population health management program dashboard. In this dashboard, list the health needs based on the community needs assessment and the critical data sources and data sets needed for the population health management program your health system is planning to launch.
Using the information from the modules 01, 02, and 03 summative assessments, construct a dashboard that lists the health needs based on the community needs assessment that was performed and the critical data sources and data sets needed for the population health management program your health system is planning to launch.
Below is a list of resources that you can review to learn more about how to construct an executive dashboard.
Byrnes, J. (2012). Driving value: solving the issue of data overload with an executive dashboard. Healthcare Financial Management: Journal Of The Healthcare Financial Management Association, 66(10), 116.
Ballou, B., Heitger, D. L., & Donnell, L. (2010). Creating effective dashboards. Strategic Finance, 91(9), 27-32
Ghazisaeidi, M., Safdari, R., Torabi, M., Mirzaee, M., Farzi, J., & Goodini, A. (2015). Development of performance dashboards in healthcare sector: Key practical issues. Acta Informatica Medica, 23(5), 317-321.
Rosow, E., Adam, J., Coulombe, K., Race, K., & Anderson, R. (2003). Virtual instrumentation and real-time executive dashboards. Solutions for health care systems. Nursing Administration Quarterly, 27(1), 58-76.
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