Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi

Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi

Order Description

1.    Abstract
2.    Introduction
3.    Who are we?
•    Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi
4.    What is our?
?    Mission, vision and values statements
?    Facts and figures
?    Integrity and innovation
?    Business Ethics
?    Employee Notice
5.    What are the models of healthcare Clevelandclinic intended to offer?
?    A prescription for a better future and a Greater Cleveland
?    Cleveland Clinic Quality & Outcomes
?    21st century Healthcare
6.    How Cleveland Clinic is working to deliver more efficient, high quality patient care? Or what is the key Strategies?
Model of healthcare
Bending the cost curve
Creating a patient centered healthcare system
Dr. Cosgrove City Club Address
Same day appointment
Shared medial appointments
Critical Care Transport
Improving care coordination

7.    SWOTs analysis
•    Financial perspective
•    Customer perspective
?    The Competitive advantage of the strategy alliances/expansion
?    New revenues oversees
•    pros
•    cons
?    Governance and Leadership
Board of directors
Board of trustees
Board of governors
Executive leadership

And add please intthe outline  issue that they face and how they solve it strategically
NOTE :These the outline that I created regarding my Capstone individual project(you can change it, adjust it or the way it was interrupted ) that it worth 30% of my total grades so its very important to me and if I get an A you will be my Fav writer at all times.  Please advise the topic is Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi.
Please note that we are now studying the strategic planning book and the author is porter, He mentioned that he would like to see in our individual projects those authors like porters , Sun Tzu ( the art of war ) , and concept of Hyper competition and it all should be related to Cleveland Clinic Organization in Abu Dhabi! Feel free to be super creative and if you want to make changes in the outline feel free to do so I didn’t follow any format so you will have to adjust it 1st. and add things like conclusionn and references ( follow his instructions below)

Keep in Mind those research questions and you can add ( you are the expert here) and also please follow each instructionyou see in the next page  strating from the number of pages , abstract format , ending to references and it should be recent peer journal no later than 2012. And appendix like tables graph , because we are talking about the expanding and forming alliances so we will definitely touch on bas geographically , internationally (Abu Dhabi ) culturally , he must see in the outline issue and how the Organization has dealt with it strategically based on the fact that you will find .

Key questions

Why Should Cleveland clinic use expanding as its Strategic Planning? Does it Matter?
Who Should Promote Strategic Planning in Cleveland Clinic in Dubai ?
Who should Organize the Strategic Planning Process ?
Organizational Level at Which Strategic Planning Is Appropriate?
What is the Advantages, Drawbacks and Errors?
What are the issues that they have faces prior to expanding?
How the board , senior management and family of Cleveland clinic has dealt with that issues , strategically , operationally and ethically?
Note : I  invent some of these questions

Those are the instructions from my Professor regarding the project!again feel free to change the outline I created it because I wasn’t sure if its align with his instructions or not .

The Capstone Paper
The Capstone Project paper may be submitted in one of two formats – either as a15-20 page paper summarizing a student’s investigation into a Health Services Administration  problem during their coursework.,
A detailed outline is provided below for the student who wishes to submit a scholarly paper to meet the capstone paper criteria. Students may negotiate the final form of their paper with the HSA Program Office or the capstone committee, to appropriately match their project objectives.

The final paper may be an extension or further development of work previously submitted for other courses at Barry University or for professional practice, but it must have been prepared since matriculating as an HSA student.

Guidelines for the Capstone Paper
The Capstone paper should reflect the overall goals and objectives (stated in Internship  Agreement) of the field work experience and provide details of the project completed. Specific guidelines for the paper include:
•     The paper must be typed, double-spaced, and 15-20 pages in length (not including references), with one-inch margins and 12 point font.
•     The paper should be printed on a single side of quality paper.
•     The final paper must be completed and submitted to members of the capstone committee at least two weeks prior to the oral defense.
•     The student and the capstone committee should meet either face to face or via telephone conference to discuss the capstone project
•     Upon approval of the paper by the capstone committee a hard copy of the paper must be turned into the HSA Program Office no later than the last day of final exams for the semester in which the student intends to graduate.
•     As with all assignments, students are held to Barry University’s integrity standards.
•     Students should use the APA format in writing the paper.

The following are components to include in the final paper. This format will vary depending on the nature of the capstone project, and can be negotiated with the capstone committee and/or the HSA Program Office depending on the nature of the student’s project.

Abstract (1 page)
Prepare a 250 word summary of the paper in a structured abstract (Objective, Problem, Methods, Results, Conclusion).

Introduction (1-2 paragraphs)
Provide an introduction of the topic and/or health services problem. This section should prepare the reader for the purpose of the paper.

Background (~4-6 pages)
This section of the paper should provide the evidence of the problem as well as the evidence to justify the project and/or the intervention. Include relevant and current  health service administration  literature as it relates to the topic and project. A minimum of 10 references from peer-reviewed journals should be cited. Sources may vary, depending on the topic and agency.
The following questions may be considered:
1) What is the prevalence/incidence of the problem?
2) Are certain groups disproportionately affected?
3) What are the economic, social and physical consequences?
4) What has already been done about this problem and what are the gaps?
5) How is the agency you worked with trying to address those gaps?
6) What has been learned from previous interventions/work and how is this information used to inform current or future action?

Agency/Organization Background (~2-3 pages)
As applicable, include related history, involvement in the health services problem, mission, relevant partners and stakeholders, and current activities as they relate to the project/topic.

Project Description/Methods (~4-5 pages)
Describe the project, including goals and objectives relevant to the health services problem. Include the methods/process of the intervention/project and the outcomes. Depending on the nature of the project, this may include any or all of the following:
-Research and/or evaluation methods
-Program planning methods
-Survey design and implementation methods
-Community outreach procedures and activities
-Needs assessment methodology
-Advocacy efforts and activities
-Health education development (materials, etc.)

Results/Findings (~4-5 pages)
This section should include the results or findings of the project.
The following questions may be considered:
1) What were the findings/outcomes (qualitative or quantitative) of the project?
2) By what criteria was the project successful? Effective? Were the outcomes expected?
3) What about sustainability (to invest in transformational population health programs and initiatives which have the potential to evolve and become self-sustaining)?
4) What partnerships were utilized or are needed?
5) Did the organizational structure affect the outcomes?

Competencies (~2-3 pages)
This section should include a discussion about the HSA Cross-cutting competencies and how they were mastered during the HSA Program and the field experience. Identify the cross-cutting competencies that you chose to address and provide documentation regarding the skills and knowledge that you gained in each of these areas as a result of a culmination of your didactic learning and experiences in the field.

Note: This section of the paper can either be included in the body of the paper or can be included in the appendices.
Discussion (~ 4-5pages)

This section should reflect upon the project and discuss overall strengths and limitations.
The following questions may be considered:
1) How do these results compare to the literature?
2) Were the results different for subgroups?
3) Could anything have been improved?
4) What were lessons learned?
5) What happens next?
6) What is the public health impact?

Conclusion (1-2 paragraphs)
Critical use of references is required. Students are advised to consider the quality of their cited resources and recognize the distinction between advocacy documents (now easily accessible on the web) and peer-reviewed literature.

-Include a timeline of the project (required)
-Any supporting data (tables, charts, graphs, surveys, evaluation forms, etc.)
-Competencies if not included in the body of the paper (required)

Guidelines for the Capstone Manuscript
Students may submit a manuscript to a public health journal rather than the previously described paper. Students should follow the “Instructions to Author” provided by the journal for the format of the paper. The completed manuscript will be approved regardless of whether it is published or not. In order for the manuscript to be accepted as the Capstone Project paper it must meet the following criteria:
•     The paper must be a comparable length to the capstone paper previously described (at least 15 – 20 pages).
•     The student must be the first or second author of the paper.
•     The student must be able to document the originality of the research or work.
•     If applicable, the student must be able to document IRB approval of the project.
•     The journal to which the student will be submitting the manuscript must be pre-approved by the HSA Program Office and/or the Capstone Committee
•     The student must also provide written evidence of competencies met during the field experience under separate cover to the HSA Program office by the end of the semester in which the capstone project is completed.

Papers will be evaluated on a Pass/Fail (A or F) basis based upon the following criteria:
•     The background, rationale, and purpose for the project are clearly stated
•     The methods are clearly described and appropriate for the purpose of the project
•     The results are presented clearly, using tables and figures if appropriate
•     The discussion relates the findings to the existing literature, identifies strengths and limitations, and describes implications for health services administration.
•     The paper is well written (e.g., following the guidelines above)