Review the Strategic Framework for Multiple Chronic Conditions, and describe the primary objectives for directing chronic condition management in the U.S.



Review the Strategic Framework for Multiple Chronic Conditions, and describe the primary objectives for directing chronic condition management in the U.S.
NSG 6002 Week 1 Assignment

Question 1: Identify a specific title and pertinent sub-titles from the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act that you will use in your health policy paper or communication with your legislator. https://democrats.senate.gov/pdfs/reform/patient-protection-affordable-care-act-as-passed.pdf

Question 2: Review the Strategic Framework for Multiple Chronic Conditions, and describe the primary objectives for directing chronic condition management in the U.S.

NSG 6002 Week 2 Assignment 2:
This assignment consists of two parts. This first part is a short paper or ‘legislative matrix’ that describes the legislators and the current legislation.

This requires you to look at the legislators in your local area (Cape Coral, Florida), your state and your representatives in the |
federal government. You have to determine which legislator can be helpful to you and the topic you’re concerned about.

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Then, you’re instructed to investigate any legislation that is being considered or passed or tabled in the state senate, the state house or in the Governor’s office. Depending on the topic, you may want to look at the same topic on the federal level or the same topic in other states. If another state has already passed appropriate legislation, that could well be evidence for your support of legislation in Florida.

This part of the assignment (that fulfills the first two parts of the rubric) is a short paper that presents this information. After you’ve researched this evidence, you will be able to make an educated decision about which legislator you’ll address your letter, and what evidence will help you select the legislation you are supporting – or not supporting.

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In Week 3, you will write the letter to your legislator.

You do not:

1 – start with ‘My name is Mary Smith and I’m a student nurse practitioner.’

You are signing the letter, so the legislator will know your name. You should say that you have been a practicing registered nurse in the State of Florida for 7 years and will soon begin practice as a nurse practitioner. Saying that you’re a student means ‘oh, great – another student assignment’…..and the legislator may not have any interest in your topic.

Then:

2 – Identify the issue, and why you want to support or not support it. Cite the evidence you’ve found – and how it upholds your position and them explain how the legislator can help. Be sure to explain how the legislator’s support in this effort is absolutely essential. Explain how this legislation and his/her support will improve life and healthcare for people in Florida.

3 – Thank the legislator for his/her support of your issue. Offer your help to support the topic- it’s putting your dedication where you said it should be.

Sign your name with your credentials. If you have a practice certification, make sure you include it. Put it last, so you can explain it. Instead of using the letters, write out the title of your certification – chances are that folks outside the healthcare field won’t have any idea what the letters mean.

Remember: you are writing in a scholarly manner. Generally, there is no first person used in APA-formatted papers. So, no first person in the first part of this assignment. In the letter, you will probably need to use I or we or us—– but remember: you’re supposed to be sharing your evidence-based opinion with the legislator – that’s your expertise.

Sign your letter like this:

Sincerely,

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Rubric Name: NSG6002 Week 2 Project Rubric

Criteria No Evidence
0 points Unsatisfactory
41 points Satisfactory
46 points Proficient
53 points Exemplary
60 points
Identify specific legislative District State Governor, areas of focus and interest State Senators, committees and appointments Student did not submit assignment Work minimally meets assignment expectations. No purpose statement is provided. Assignment meets some expectations with minimal depth and breath. Purpose statement is vague. Assignment meets most of expectations with all components being addressed in good depth and breadth. Purpose statement is present and appropriate for the assignment. Assignment meets all expectations with exceptional depth and breath. A comprehensive purpose statement delineates all requirements of the assignment.
Criteria No Evidence
0 points Unsatisfactory
37 points Satisfactory
43 points Proficient
48 points Exemplary
55 points
State Representatives (House), committees and appointments Federal Senators, committee and appointments Student did not submit assignment Shows some degree of understanding of assignment concepts. Demonstrates a clear understanding of assignment concepts. Demonstrates the ability to evaluate and apply key assignment concepts. Demonstrates the ability to evaluate, apply and integrate key assignment concepts.
Criteria No Evidence
0 points Unsatisfactory
34 points Satisfactory
39 points Proficient
44 points Exemplary
50 points
Federal Congressman (House), committees and appointments State Specific legislation involving legislators Student did not submit assignment Does not interpret, apply, and synthesize concepts, and/or strategies. Summarizes information gleaned from sources to support major points, but does not synthesize. Provides minimal justification to support major topics. Uses 1 credible resource in the assignment. Synthesizes and justifies (defends, explains, validates, confirms) information gleaned from sources to support major points presented. Uses a minimum of 2 credible resources in the assignment. Synthesizes and justifies (defends, explains, validates, confirms) information gleaned from sources to support major points presented. Uses 3 credible resources for the assignment, including at least 1 scholarly peer-reviewed resource.
Criteria No Evidence
0 points Unsatisfactory
6 points Satisfactory
7 points Proficient
8 points Exemplary
10 points
Writing, grammar and APA application: Scholarly grammar, use of APA 6th edition formatting, use of headers and primary sources Student did not submit assignment Contains many (≥ 5) grammar, spelling, punctuation and APA errors that interfere with the reader’s understanding. Contains a few (3-4) grammar, spelling, punctuation and APA errors. Uses correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation with no errors. Contains a few (1–2) APA format errors. Uses correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation with no errors. Uses correct APA format with no errors.
Overall Score No Evidence
0 or more Unsatisfactory
118 or more Satisfactory
135 or more Proficient
153 or more Exemplary
175 or more
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NSG 6002 Week 3 Access to Healthcare
NSG 6002 Week 3 Assignment 2

NSG 6002 Week 4 Telemedicine
NSG 6002 Week 4 Assignment 2

c Name: NSG6002 Week 4 Project Rubric
Criteria

No Evidence 0 points

Unsatisfactory 51 points

Satisfactory 59 points

Proficient 66 points

Exemplary 75 points

Health Topic Describe a single health promotion/disease prevention problem from the Healthy People 2020 Objectives Introduction to population or problem Describe incidence, prevalence, epidemiology, cost burden etc.,

Student did not submit assignment

Work minimally meets assignment expectations. No purpose statement is provided.

Assignment meets some expectations with minimal depth and breath. Purpose statement is vague.

Assignment meets most of expectations with all components being addressed in good depth and breadth. Purpose statement is present and appropriate for the assignment.

Assignment meets all expectations with exceptional depth and breath. A comprehensive purpose statement delineates all requirements of the assignment.

Description of specific population, program or organization Discuss how the policy is intended for a specific population, program or organization Specific legislators involved Identify and discuss specific legislators involved in the policy development and

Student did not submit assignment

Shows some degree of understanding of assignment concepts.

Demonstrates a clear understanding of assignment concepts.

Demonstrates the ability to evaluate and apply key assignment concepts.

Demonstrates the ability to evaluate, apply and integrate key assignment concepts.

Policy, practice and outcomes Discuss how the policy influences clinical practice and is used to promote best outcomes Policy, practice and the inter-professional team Examine how the policy can be used by the inter-professional team to ensure coordinated

Student did not submit assignment

Does not interpret, apply, and synthesize concepts, and/or strategies.

Summarizes information gleaned from sources to support major points, but does not synthesize. Provides minimal justification to support major topics. Uses 1 credible resource in the assignment.

Synthesizes and justifies (defends, explains, validates, confirms) information gleaned from sources to support major points presented. Uses a minimum of 2 credible resources in the assignment.

Synthesizes and justifies (defends, explains, validates, confirms) information gleaned from sources to support major points presented. Uses 3 credible resources for the assignment, including at least 1 scholarly peer-reviewed resource.

Criteria

No Evidence 0 points

Unsatisfactory 16 points

Satisfactory 19 points

Proficient 21 points

Exemplary 25 points

Comprehensive Review of Literature Perform and demonstrate a comprehensive review of the current evidence. Use of primary sources and evidence that is not older than 5 years Writing, grammar and APA application Scholarly grammar, use of APA 6th edition fo

Student did not submit assignment

Contains many (≥ 5) grammar, spelling, punctuation and APA errors that interfere with the reader’s understanding.

Contains a few (3-4) grammar, spelling, punctuation and APA errors.

Uses correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation with no errors. Contains a few (1–2) APA format errors.

Uses correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation with no errors. Uses correct APA format with no errors.

Overall Score

No Evidence 0 or more

Unsatisfactory 169 or more

Satisfactory 196 or more

Proficient 219 or more

Exemplary 250 or more


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