You will draft a letter of proposal outlining a recommended course of action, directed to executive management. Revise your previous milestones based on instructor feedback, compile these components, and add your fully developed introduction and conclusion to submit your final proposal in the form of a letter. It should be a complete, polished artifact containing all of the critical elements of the final product. It should reflect the incorporation of feedback gained throughout the course. After you capture all feedback, write your conclusion first and your introduction last. When you write your conclusion, capture the essence of the issue and your recommendation. Focus on actionable next steps so that the executive knows the path forward. After you finish your conclusion, look back over your entire Part I submission. Your introduction should provide an overview of the entire proposal letter, without going into great detail.
Your proposal must address the following critical elements:
I. /Executive Summary: Although this is the first section of your proposal, it should be written last. Be sure that your tone and recommendations are appropriate for the intended audience.
A. Clearly identify the scenario and issue you selected.
B. Briefly summarize your analysis.
C. Identify your conclusion and your recommendations.
II. Factual Overview and Identification
A. Clearly state the questions from the scenario that need to be resolved.
B. Identify applicable principles of management theory and population health improvement, and explain why they are applicable to the situation.
C. Identify applicable methods for financing, evaluating, and improving healthcare delivery, operations, and facilities that are reasonably or legitimately raised by the scenario.
D. Discuss healthcare delivery principles and technology relevant to the scenario.
A. Describe the policy-making processes, if any, implicated by the scenario and issue, and explain why they are implicated. If you feel no processes are fairly implicated, please justify your reasoning.
B. Analyze existing health policy and population-health programs related to the issue in the scenario, and explain why they are related to the issue.
C. Explain how the scenario and issue implicate principles of budgeting, governance, and strategic planning. If you feel it does not implicate any such principles, justify your reasoning.
D. Apply principles of management theory and population health improvement to the scenario, explaining why the principles are applicable to the specific scenario.
IV. Recommended Solution
A. Recommend an appropriate solution to respond to the issue in the scenario.
B. Explain how your recommended solution can be deployed using the policy-making processes you identified above.
C. Discuss how your recommended solution will improve population health and how you will communicate this information to the general populace. Be sure to substantiate your claims.
D. Describe how your recommended solution utilizes healthcare delivery principles and technology.
E. Discuss how your recommended solution utilizes budgeting, governance, and strategic-planning principles to promote quality and organizational improvement.
F. Explain how the methods for financing, evaluating, and improving healthcare delivery, operations, and facilities support your proposed solution to manage behavior and healthcare delivery.
V. Next Steps and Conclusion
A. Summarize your analysis and recommendations in a brief concluding paragraph.
B. Identify immediate next steps for the healthcare organization and executive management.
Guidelines for Submission: Your proposal should be 7–8 pages long, formatted in 12-point Times New Roman font, with one-inch margins. With at least 8 citations and references that were cited in previous milestones should be formatted according to current APA guidelines.