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Healthcare Org 1, 3.15 (G) [PREP] Lesson Three Create Your Own Healthcare Organization

Practice Peer-graded Assignment: [PREP] Lesson Three Create Your Own Healthcare Organization Ready for the assignment? You will find instructions below to submit. Instructions My submission Review classmates Discussions

In Lesson Four, you will Design a Governance Structure for a Healthcare Organization. This task requires that you synthesize course content to create your own healthcare organization and governance structure. Your synthesized information will be presented to your learner colleagues as an electronic poster. The electronic poster file is an artifact of the course which you can circulate to colleagues or use for a talk or presentation event. For the poster project, you will need PowerPoint software or its equivalent. There are many software options other than PowerPoint. Some are available at no cost such as Impress which is part of LibreOffice. However, it is best not to wait until Lesson Four to begin to synthesize course content to create your own healthcare organization and governance structure. The earlier in the course that you begin this creation process, the better your healthcare organization and governance structure will be. So in each lesson prior to Lesson Four, there will be an opportunity to synthesize material – an opportunity to create your healthcare organization - via an ungraded peer review assessment. Any aspect of your healthcare organization and governance structure can be changed up until the moment you submit the poster. An ungraded peer review assessment is used to allow you to create aspects of your healthcare organization and governance structure as an iterative process throughout the course - should you so choose. An ungraded peer review assessment is used to allow you to provide constructive feedback on this iterative creation of your learner colleague's healthcare organization and governance structure - should you so choose. An ungraded peer review assessment is used to allow your learner colleagues to provide constructive feedback on your iterative creation of your healthcare organization and governance structure - should they so choose. Review criteria less  This is an ungraded optional assignment. You can choose to create aspects of your healthcare organization and governance structure or you can choose not to do so. You can choose to provide constructive feedback to one of your learner colleagues or you can choose not to do so. Learner colleagues may choose to provide constructive feedback to you or they may choose not to do so. The feedback you provide should be your best and most sincere effort to help your learner colleague create the best healthcare organization possible. All feedback you receive should be evaluated in that light - your learner colleagues are sincerely trying to help. Having said that, you are free to disagree with any feedback and ignore it. Example Submissions less  Here is an example for each prompt to help you understand what your assignment should look like. Use this example to understand the assignment guidelines more thoroughly. 1. Is the governance structure of your healthcare organization shared or not-shared? Briefly describe the governance relationship between the administrative part of the organization and the professional clinical part of the organization. The description should be a few sentences which concisely and clearly summarize a reasonable governance structure. Example: It is a shared governance structure where the administrative part of the organization and the professional clinical part of the organization have their own organizational hierarchy. There is a Chief Operating Officer (COO) in charge of the administrative part of the organization. There is a Chief Clinical Officer (CCO) in charge of the professional clinical part of the organization. Both report to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) who is responsible for the overall operation of the organization. 2. What is the business structure of your healthcare organization? What is the name and web address (url) of the state agency in your chosen state with which your organization must file legal business structure documents (e.g., Department of State)? The business structure and state agency and web address should be valid for the chosen state. Example: It is a corporation located in Massachusetts. In Massachusetts, the corporation business filing agency is the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Corporations Division (http://www.sec.state.ma.us/cor/coridx.htm). 3. What is the tax status of your healthcare organization? What is the name and web address (url) of the state agency in your chosen state with which your organization must file legal tax documents (e.g., Department of Treasury)? The tax status and state agency and web address should be valid for the chosen state. Example: It is a non-profit located in Massachusetts. In Massachusetts, the non-profit tax status filing agency is the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Corporations Division (http://www.sec.state.ma.us/cor/coridx.htm), specifically the section Non-Profit Corporation Forms (https://www.sec.state.ma.us/cor/corpweb/cornp/npinf.htm). Tax paying business organizations in Massachusetts file taxes with the Massachusetts Department of Revenue (https://www.mass.gov/orgs/massachusetts-department-of-revenue). 4. What is your healthcare organization's mission statement and vision statement? The statements should be no more than a few sentences which concisely and clearly state a reasonable mission and vision for your organization. Example: Mission: To provide the best patient-centered care to every patient through excellent, compassionate clinical practice combined with effective, compassionate administrative processes. Vision: A local community population with optimal health and wellness who views Charles Harbor General Hospital as integral to that achievement. 5. Does your healthcare organization have a Board of Directors/Trustees? If so, what general characteristics do you want in Board members? If not, how is the oversight and expertise generally accomplished by a Board of Directors/Trustees achieved in your healthcare organization? The description should be a few sentences which concisely and clearly summarize reasonable characteristics for Board members or a reasonable alternate oversight mechanism. Example: Charles Harbor General Hospital has a Board of Trustees. Each Board member should be dedicated the organization's mission and vision. Overall the Board membership should reflect expertise in healthcare organization clinical issues, financial issues, management issues, regulatory requirements, and operational efficiency.



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Practice Peer-graded Assignment: [PREP] Lesson Three Create Your Own Healthcare Organization Ready for the assignment? You will find instructions below to submit. Instructions My submission Review classmates Discussions

In Lesson Four, you will Design a Governance Structure for a Healthcare Organization. This task requires that you synthesize course content to create your own healthcare organization and governance structure. Your synthesized information will be presented to your learner colleagues as an electronic poster. The electronic poster file is an artifact of the course which you can circulate to colleagues or use for a talk or presentation event. For the poster project, you will need PowerPoint software or its equivalent. There are many software options other than PowerPoint. Some are available at no cost such as Impress which is part of LibreOffice. However, it is best not to wait until Lesson Four to begin to synthesize course content to create your own healthcare organization and governance structure. The earlier in the course that you begin this creation process, the better your healthcare organization and governance structure will be. So in each lesson prior to Lesson Four, there will be an opportunity to synthesize material – an opportunity to create your healthcare organization - via an ungraded peer review assessment. Any aspect of your healthcare organization and governance structure can be changed up until the moment you submit the poster. An ungraded peer review assessment is used to allow you to create aspects of your healthcare organization and governance structure as an iterative process throughout the course - should you so choose. An ungraded peer review assessment is used to allow you to provide constructive feedback on this iterative creation of your learner colleague's healthcare organization and governance structure - should you so choose. An ungraded peer review assessment is used to allow your learner colleagues to provide constructive feedback on your iterative creation of your healthcare organization and governance structure - should they so choose. Review criteria less  This is an ungraded optional assignment. You can choose to create aspects of your healthcare organization and governance structure or you can choose not to do so. You can choose to provide constructive feedback to one of your learner colleagues or you can choose not to do so. Learner colleagues may choose to provide constructive feedback to you or they may choose not to do so. The feedback you provide should be your best and most sincere effort to help your learner colleague create the best healthcare organization possible. All feedback you receive should be evaluated in that light - your learner colleagues are sincerely trying to help. Having said that, you are free to disagree with any feedback and ignore it. Example Submissions less  Here is an example for each prompt to help you understand what your assignment should look like. Use this example to understand the assignment guidelines more thoroughly. 1. Is the governance structure of your healthcare organization shared or not-shared? Briefly describe the governance relationship between the administrative part of the organization and the professional clinical part of the organization. The description should be a few sentences which concisely and clearly summarize a reasonable governance structure. Example: It is a shared governance structure where the administrative part of the organization and the professional clinical part of the organization have their own organizational hierarchy. There is a Chief Operating Officer (COO) in charge of the administrative part of the organization. There is a Chief Clinical Officer (CCO) in charge of the professional clinical part of the organization. Both report to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) who is responsible for the overall operation of the organization. 2. What is the business structure of your healthcare organization? What is the name and web address (url) of the state agency in your chosen state with which your organization must file legal business structure documents (e.g., Department of State)? The business structure and state agency and web address should be valid for the chosen state. Example: It is a corporation located in Massachusetts. In Massachusetts, the corporation business filing agency is the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Corporations Division (http://www.sec.state.ma.us/cor/coridx.htm). 3. What is the tax status of your healthcare organization? What is the name and web address (url) of the state agency in your chosen state with which your organization must file legal tax documents (e.g., Department of Treasury)? The tax status and state agency and web address should be valid for the chosen state. Example: It is a non-profit located in Massachusetts. In Massachusetts, the non-profit tax status filing agency is the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Corporations Division (http://www.sec.state.ma.us/cor/coridx.htm), specifically the section Non-Profit Corporation Forms (https://www.sec.state.ma.us/cor/corpweb/cornp/npinf.htm). Tax paying business organizations in Massachusetts file taxes with the Massachusetts Department of Revenue (https://www.mass.gov/orgs/massachusetts-department-of-revenue). 4. What is your healthcare organization's mission statement and vision statement? The statements should be no more than a few sentences which concisely and clearly state a reasonable mission and vision for your organization. Example: Mission: To provide the best patient-centered care to every patient through excellent, compassionate clinical practice combined with effective, compassionate administrative processes. Vision: A local community population with optimal health and wellness who views Charles Harbor General Hospital as integral to that achievement. 5. Does your healthcare organization have a Board of Directors/Trustees? If so, what general characteristics do you want in Board members? If not, how is the oversight and expertise generally accomplished by a Board of Directors/Trustees achieved in your healthcare organization? The description should be a few sentences which concisely and clearly summarize reasonable characteristics for Board members or a reasonable alternate oversight mechanism. Example: Charles Harbor General Hospital has a Board of Trustees. Each Board member should be dedicated the organization's mission and vision. Overall the Board membership should reflect expertise in healthcare organization clinical issues, financial issues, management issues, regulatory requirements, and operational efficiency.


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