HCS 587 WEEK 4 Organizational Change Plan – Part I

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HCS 587 WEEK 4 Organizational Change Plan – Part I

Resource: Organizational Change Plan Grading Criteria

Develop Part I of a comprehensive plan to implement an organization change.

Choose an issue from your workplace and create a plan for a proposed change to resolve the issue.

Note. If you do not have a current workplace, or your workplace is not appropriate for this project, work with your instructor to identify an organization you may use for a change plan.

Your change proposal must be something you might actually implement in your workplace. Issues might be related to any of the following:

  • Health care services
  • Long-term care
  • Health care products
  • Information technology in health care
  • Billing in health care
  • Electronic medical records (EMR) implementation
  • Access to care
  • Outcome, process, or structure of care
  • Patient, family, or community experience of care
  • Create or revise an educational course or program
  • Any other appropriate faculty approved area

Part I of your plan focuses on assessment of the change issue and planning for the proposed change.

Prepare a 1,050- to 1,400-word plan with the following:

  • Examine the need in the organization for your proposed change.
  • Examine organizational and individual barriers to your proposed change.
  • Identify factors that might influence your proposed change.
  • Summarize factors influencing organizational readiness for your proposed change.
  • Identify the theoretical model that relates to your proposed change.
  • Identify internal and external resources available to support your change initiative.

Use the University Library to conduct a search for current peer-reviewed literature that provides data to support your change application.

Format your plan according to APA guidelines.

Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.

HCS 587 WEEK 4 Organizational Change Plan – Part I