NHS FPX 8040 Assessment 4 Project Charter Part 4: Poster Presentation
NHS-FPX 8040 Project Charter
Project Charter Part 4: Poster Presentation
|– Desired state of 5% or less than 5% skin cancer patients versus the current state of 7%
|– Gap = 2 percent
|– Contributing factors by survey: Untrained staff and lack of knowledge in the patients
|– The West Virginia University hospital can serve as a source to decrease the mortality rate
|– The problem is the increasing number of skin cancer issues in the local population of West Virginia University Hospital.
|– It is adversely affecting the health quality of the patients, resulting in an increased number of deaths.
|– To reduce the death rate of skin cancer patients
|– Who will benefit: West Virginia University hospital patients suffering from skin cancer will be treated
|– Patients at risk of skin cancer will also be considered in the program
|– What will be done: Prevention strategies will be followed, staff will be trained, and learning will be fostered in patients
|– Where the change will occur: At West Virginia University hospital Oncology department
|– Timeline: 1 year
|– The initiative will bring quality care by healthcare staff and increased life span of the population
|– Proposed intervention: Training the staff, Identifying barriers and guiding patients
|– Training West Virginia University Hospital Staff through educational seminars
|– Educating patients to cover the body, wearing sunscreen, wearing ultraviolet-resistant glasses
|– Process for implementation will include healthcare organizations, stakeholders, policymakers, etc.
|– The staff will start working after training
|– Potential effects on population/process: Targeted population will be benefited.
|– Disease risk will be reduced
|– Life expectancy of the patients will be increased
|– Healthcare providers will be trained to do educational seminars for cancer patients to guide them about prevention strategies
|– Executive Sponsors, and key team member, stakeholders, and team leader will collectively work to make progress in the project.
|– Executive sponsor is a Medical Oncologist who will oversee the management.
|– Team members include RN, Psychiatrist, Registered Dietitian, and Patient Service Representative.
|– All these members will play their own part in lowering skin cancer mortality rates.
|– Team leader is a surgical oncologist who will follow innovative and transformational leadership styles while treating patients
|– Stakeholders will work together to foster an environment to reduce the chances of disease
|– All these members were chosen based on their experience, professionalism, and knowledge.
|– They will give their best to make sure that the project will get succeeded.
|– Number of patients, opinions, and experiences of healthcare staff and clients’ data will be collected
|– Data will be collected by proficient auditor and healthcare staff
|– From day one of the project, the responsible staff will start collecting the data
|– Storage in password-protected EHR will secure the data
|– HIPAA regulation will also be followed