This assignment is the 5 page, in which you will formulate findings, conclusions, and recommendations in relation to the Electronic Health Record (EHR) INTEROPERABILITY you are examining.
This assignment will include the following:
The title should include the name of your project and should follow the Uniform-Guidelines format.
The introduction includes the purpose of the assignment, the goal of the project, and the name of the project. It also outlines the structure of the assignment.
A goal statement identifies what you expect to accomplish, the focus area, and the population. It introduces the project and conveys, in broad terms, how you plan to solve a particular problem or issue.
Project objectives delineate your strategy for reaching the goal and the steps you will follow to complete the project. You must include two or three measurable objectives that use application-level or higher verbs from Bloom’s Taxonomy.
Evidence-based review of the literature for project justification:
This review provides evidence-based support for your identified problem, project methods, and evaluation (presented in Week 4). The literature should be directed toward justifying the project, not focus on potential solutions. You must include a review of your specialization’s professional-practice standards and guidelines related to your project and a minimum of SIX (6) scholarly references for this section of the assignment.
This section addresses in detail how you will accomplish the project objectives. Include, as relevant, the who, when, where, and how of each objective.
Identify and justify the human, physical, and/or technical resources you will need to complete this project. Note that for this assignment, you do not have to address the financial aspects of your plan.
Describe how and when you will conduct formative evaluation of your project. Explain how you will use the evaluation results and how you will determine if the project is proceeding as planned.
Describe how and when you will conduct summative evaluation of your project. Explain how you will use the evaluation results.
Create a graphic timeline representing significant stages of your project. Provide a narrative to help your Instructor understand the timeline. Include the timeline in an Appendix to your Practicum Project Plan.
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