For this assessment, you will simulate implementation of the
CARE COORDINATION PLAN
preliminary care coordination plan you developed in Assessment 1. The presentation would be structured for the hypothetical patient.
Note: You are required to complete Assessment 1 before this assessment.
For this assessment:
Build on the preliminary plan, developed in Assessment 1, to complete a comprehensive care coordination
Document Format and Length
Build on the preliminary plan document you created in Assessment 1. Your final plan should be 5–7 pages in length.
Support your care coordination plan with peer-reviewed articles, course study resources, and Healthy People 2020
resources. Cite at least three credible sources.
The requirements, outlined below, correspond to the grading criteria in the Final Care Coordination Plan Scoring
Guide, so be sure to address each point. Read the performance-level descriptions for each criterion to see how your
work will be assessed.
Design patient-centered health interventions and timelines for care.
Address three patient health issues.
Design an intervention for each health issue.
Identify three community resources for each health intervention, so the patient may make an informed
decision about what resources to use.
Consider ethical decisions in designing patient-centered health interventions.
Consider the practical effects of specific decisions.
Include the ethical questions that generate uncertainty about the decisions you have made.
Identify relevant health policy implications for the coordination and continuum of care.
Cite specific health policy provisions.
What does the literature say about evaluation in care coordination?
How might revisions to the plan improve future outcomes?
What does literature say about:
Effective care coordination and patient satisfaction verses experience?
How to align teaching sessions to the Healthy People 2020 document?
Before submitting your assessment, proofread your final care coordination plan to minimize errors that could distract
readers and make it more difficult for them to focus on the substance of your plan.