Provide an introduction, 3-4 slides, to value-based care by doing the following: a. Describe the elements of a value-based healthcare framework. b. Explain the benefits of value-based care for patients and populations. c. Describe the rationale for implementing value-based care in a healthcare organization. 2. Identify (suggested length 1–2 slides) a nursing role, using the “WGU Nursing Programs Conceptual Model” web link as a guide. a. Describe how the advanced professional nurse could facilitate the implementation of value-based care within the role identified. 3. Summarize (suggested length of 5–6 slides) evidence relevant to the topic of value-based healthcare from five peer-reviewed scholarly sources published within the past five years. 4. Describe (suggested length of 2–3 slides) two strategies to implement value-based healthcare. a. Identify key stakeholders for each strategy. b. Describe the role of each stakeholder for each strategy. c. Identify specific methods to measure the effectiveness of each strategy. 5. Using the “Value-Based Nursing Care Readiness Assessment” completed in your CPE (see the attached document), discuss (suggested length of 4–7 slides) the organization’s readiness for change by doing the following: a. Summarize each assessment area in the readiness assessment: • defined need • readiness for change • leadership and management support • time, resources, and personnel • sustainment of the change b. Discuss two organizational strengths. c. Discuss two organizational opportunities for improvement. d. Analyze the Veterans Health Administration’s level of readiness to implement value-based care based on its readiness score.
from kidney inflammation in 1894, which is arguably the reason why the government was threatened with the first October revolution of 1905 after failure in the Russo Japanese war. Alexander II attempted to give Russia western values and ideas, but failed as he was very inconsistent with his ruling, as he was trying to be radical while trying to preserve autocracy in comparison with Alexander III who preferred a very firm stance, and after his reforms Russia won wars against Turkey, foreign investment encouraged by the state led industrialisation actually made Russia wealthy and led to the improvement many institutions. In this sense the reforms of Alexander II were insufficient and the revert to a stronger autocracy was a promising strategy for Alexander III. Alexander III could see that modernisation was the fundamental problem with Russia and attempted to gradually cultivate it into a strong and stable process. While Nicholas II was aware of the risks of industrialisation, he was spectacularly unsuccessful in preventing them exploding into direct attacks on the autocracy. Nicholas retained Witte as his Minister of Finance allowing his plans to be initiated. Witte’s new policy created a dangerous and obvious dependency on foreign investments. Between 1893-1896 foreigners invested 144.9 million roubles compared to 103.7 million from domestic sources. In the next three years the gap reached unprecedented levels with foreigners investing 450.7 million roubles and domestic sources only 111.8 million. The large increase in investment allowed Russia to boast one of the fastest growing economies with an annual growth rate per capita of 3.5%. This policy effectively created another restraint on Nicholas’s autocracy, which were foreign creditors. Any action or event that would trigger a flight of capital had to be given serious consideration by the Tsar thus reducing his power. The most prominent threat that Witte’s reforms had on the autocracy were the increase and creation of new urban classes. In 1900 the proletariat had reached 1.7 million people and grew to an all high 2.3 million by 1913. An organised mass of two million people (less than two percent of the total population) was enough to destabilise the autocracy. This is what happened in October 1905 when mass, worker led strikes left Nicholas little choice but to submit t>GET ANSWER