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    NURS FPX 6218 Assessment 3 Planning for Community and Organizational Change

    Student Name

    Capella University

    NURS-FPX 6218 Leading the Future of Health Care

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    Date

    Planning for Community and Organizational Change

    This assessment delves into the persistent health challenges faced by the community of Jordan. The preceding evaluation of Jordan’s community health revealed various issues such as mental health concerns leading to adolescent suicide, worsening health insurance conditions, and ineffective management of chronic diseases due to financial limitations. Consequently, this change proposal outlines several strategies to address these enduring health challenges in the Jordan community.

    Summary

    Benefits and Implications

    To address the health challenges in Jordan, proposed healthcare system changes encompass the following strategies:

    1. Interaction-Based Mental Health Programs in Schools:
      • Implementation of mental health programs within schools involving counselors, psychologists, and social workers.
      • Focus on interaction-based interventions to enhance emotional well-being, resilience, stress management, and coping skills among adolescents.
      • Directly aims at reducing suicidal thoughts and attempts among young students (García-Carrión et al., 2019).
    2. Health Insurance Improvement Plan:
      • Collaboration with policymakers and advocacy teams to support policy changes for affordable health insurance.
      • Advocacy for expanded access to Medicare and Medicaid services for low-income individuals (Martin et al., 2021).
    3. Managing Chronic Health Conditions:
      • Promotion of awareness among older community members to access Affordable Care Act policies for full health coverage.
      • Aimed at reducing mortality and morbidity rates, ensuring equitable care for chronic conditions (Myerson & Crawford, 2020).

    These proposed changes aim to address health challenges effectively and improve the overall well-being of the Jordan community.

    Potential Barriers to Change

    Several potential barriers may hinder the successful implementation of proposed healthcare system changes in Jordan:

    1. Mental Health Program Barriers:
      • Social stigma and cultural attitudes may impede the acceptance of mental health programs.
      • Resource constraints pose challenges to establishing programs in schools (Bracke et al., 2019).
    2. Accessing Adequate Healthcare Insurance Barriers:
      • Barriers include insufficient understanding of health insurance processes and limited access to digital information.
      • Financial and human resource constraints hinder advocacy efforts (Banner et al., 2019).
    3. Chronic Health Management Barriers:
      • Lack of awareness and social stigma may deter community members from seeking healthcare for chronic conditions.
      • Resistance to change due to personal beliefs and lifestyle factors (Repovš et al., 2019).

    Strategies for Changing Barriers into Opportunities and Resolving Conflict

    To transform barriers into opportunities, the following strategies are proposed:

    1. Educational Campaigns:
      • Advocacy groups initiate campaigns to address stigma and promote the significance of mental health programs (Schroeder et al., 2020).
    2. Collaboration with External Organizations:
      • Community authorities collaborate with external organizations to secure funds for mental health programs and other initiatives (AbouAssi et al., 2020).
    3. Communication for Enhanced Engagement with Community:
      • Encourage open and two-way communication within the community to foster collaboration and address concerns (Banner et al., 2019).

    Implementing these strategies fosters a culture of adaptability, continuous learning, and improvement, promoting successful conflict resolution.

    Stakeholder Communications

    Successful implementation of proposed changes requires effective communication with organizational stakeholders. A communication plan outlining key messages, content, and a timeline is essential. Visual aids, infographics, and presentations will enhance stakeholder understanding. Decision-makers’ informational needs include cost-benefit analysis, evidence-based implications, short- and long-term impacts, and strategies to overcome barriers (Errida & Lotfi, 2021).

    References

    AbouAssi, K., Bowman, A. O’M., Johnston, J. M., Bauer, Z., & Tran, L. (2020). Relations, resources, and costs: Exploring cross-sectoral collaboration at the local level in a developing country. International Public Management Journal, 24(5), 646–672. https://doi.org/10.1080/10967494.2020.1853292

    Banner, D., Bains, M., Carroll, S., Kandola, D. K., Rolfe, D. E., Wong, C., & Graham, I. D. (2019). Patient and public engagement in integrated knowledge translation research: Are we there yet? Research Involvement and Engagement, 5(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s40900-019-0139-1

    NURS FPX 6218 Assessment 3 Planning for Community and Organizational Change

    Bracke, P., Delaruelle, K., & Verhaeghe, M. (2019). Dominant cultural and personal stigma beliefs and the utilization of mental health services: A cross-national comparison. Frontiers in Sociology, 4(40). https://doi.org/10.3389/fsoc.2019.00040

    Errida, A., & Lotfi, B. (2021). The determinants of organizational change management success: Literature review and case study. International Journal of Engineering Business Management, 13(1), 1–15. https://doi.org/10.1177/18479790211016273

    García-Carrión, R., Villarejo-Carballido, B., & Villardón-Gallego, L. (2019). Children and adolescents mental health: A systematic review of interaction-based interventions in schools and communities. Frontiers in Psychology, 10(918). https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00918

    Martin, H., Kushner, S., Iles, K., & Montgomery, H. (2021). Advocating for expanded access to medical nutrition therapy in medicare. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jand.2021.02.024

    NURS FPX 6218 Assessment 3 Planning for Community and Organizational Change

    Myerson, R., & Crawford, S. (2020). Coverage for adults with chronic disease under the first 5 years of the affordable care act. Medical Care, Publish Ahead of Print. https://doi.org/10.1097/mlr.0000000000001370

    Repovš, E., Drnovšek, M., & Kaše, R. (2019). Change ready, resistant, or both? Exploring the concepts of individual change readiness and resistance to organizational change. Economic and Business Review, 21(2). https://doi.org/10.15458/85451.82

    Schroeder, S., Tan, C. M., Urlacher, B., & Heitkamp, T. (2020). The role of rural and urban geography and gender in community stigma around mental illness. Health Education & Behavior, 48(1), 109019812097496. https://doi.org/10.1177/1090198120974963 

    Appendix A: Grant Proposal

    Need Statement

    This change proposal addresses health issues in the City of Jordan, Minnesota. The population faces diverse health challenges, necessitating initiatives to address mental health issues in adolescents, improve health insurance, and manage chronic diseases. Barriers include resource scarcity, lack of awareness, stigma, and resistance to change. Information sources include environmental analysis, community engagement, surveys, consultations, and organizational metrics.

    Program Description

    Initiatives include mental health support, health insurance programs, and advocacy for Medicaid and Medicare. Planned with stakeholder collaboration, the program aims to improve health outcomes through education, expanded insurance access, and empowerment under ACA’s policy.

    Goals and Objectives

    The proposal aims to enhance mental health, expand insurance coverage, and promote ACA policy awareness. Objectives include reducing suicide attempts, increasing insurance coverage, and promoting ACA knowledge.

    Program Evaluation

    Oversight parties will bi-annually evaluate progress, involving stakeholders in data acquisition, progress measurement, and feedback collection.

    Appendix B: Project Budget

    CategoriesStartup ($)1st Year ($)Other Sources of RevenueJustification
    Salary and Wages
    Project Manager060,000The project manager is responsible for organizing and planning the whole change initiatives.
    Support Staff080,000Supporting staff helps in dealing with administrative procedures, identifying external funding resources, and preparing evaluating reports for stakeholders.
    Mental Health Specialists090,000They will provide counseling sessions for school students to offer mental health support and promote their mental and emotional well-being.
    Community members advocates for change050,000They will work to expand access to health insurance programs by negotiating with governmental policy makers.
    Healthcare professional090,000They will provide care treatments for patients with chronic diseases.
    Fringe Benefits
    Health insurance coverage for staff025,000All participating staff will acquire complete health insurance coverage.
    Consultation or Contract Services
    Healthcare professionals4,00030,000They will provide expertise and education on health issues like chronic diseases and how to self-manage them.
    Equipment
    Educational Material5,00020,000This will include costs incurred in providing education to students on mental health and the general population on ACA’s policy for chronic diseases.
    Other Equipment8,00030,000It will include costs for computers, printers, and relevant required tools for project implementation.
    Travel
    Commute expenses within and outside the Jordan community2,00030,000This will cover costs for traveling to negotiate with external funding organizations and within the community.
    Miscellaneous or Other
    Contingency5,00015,000For unfortunate or uncertain events arising during project implementation.
    Total Expenses24,000520,000