MBA621 Healthcare Systems

MBA621 Healthcare Systems

Assessment InformationCOMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA Copyright Regulations 1969This material has been reproduced and communicated to you by or on behalf of Kaplan Business School pursuant to Part VB of the Copyright Act 1968 (Act). The materialin this communication may be subject to copyright under the Act. Any further reproduction or communication of this material by you may be the subject of copyright protectionunder the Act. Kaplan Business School is a part of Kaplan Inc., a leading global provider of educational services. Kaplan Business School Pty Ltd ABN 86 098 181 947 is aregistered higher education provider CRICOS Provider Code 02426B.Assessment 2 Information Subject Code:MBA621Subject Name:Healthcare SystemsAssessment Title:Assessment Type:Length:Case Study Slide DeckIndividual PowerPoint presentation slides with notes2000 words, 20 slides + 100 words per slide (+/- 10% allowablerange)Weighting:35%Total Marks:Submission:100OnlineDue Date:Weeks 7 Your taskDevelop a PowerPoint Presentation (x 20 slides) with notes (100 words per slide).Assessment Description.The purpose of this individual assessment is to foster students ability to utilise data and a systemsthinking approach to predict the role and influence of preventative strategies and technology on thedemand for healthcare in the future. Students will debate the ethical issues that can arise in themanagement of health care systems. They will utilise these skills to develop plans andrecommendations to create ways for systems and management challenges to be resolved. Inaddition, they will create an inventory of resource requirements that are applicable to a variety ofhealthcare settings, with a focus on vulnerable populations.Assessment InstructionsThis assessment requires students to undertake an analysis of a health service and consider howwell it is prepared to meet the needs of Australias ageing population.Students may select any specialist health service from within their own state and should be fromthe health sectors b) OR d) as described below:a) Primary Care (e.g. General Practice, Dental Service).b) Primary Health Care (e.g. Drug and Alcohol Service, Aboriginal Health Services).c) Secondary Care (e.g. Pathology Services, Breast Screening Services).d) Tertiary Care (e.g. Public or Private Hospitals).e) Quaternary Care (e.g. specialised tertiary care such as neurosurgery, cardiac surgery, plasticsurgery, and transplantation).Assessment InformationCOMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA Copyright Regulations 1969This material has been reproduced and communicated to you by or on behalf of Kaplan Business School pursuant to Part VB of the Copyright Act 1968 (Act). The materialin this communication may be subject to copyright under the Act. Any further reproduction or communication of this material by you may be the subject of copyright protectionunder the Act. Kaplan Business School is a part of Kaplan Inc., a leading global provider of educational services. Kaplan Business School Pty Ltd ABN 86 098 181 947 is aregistered higher education provider CRICOS Provider Code 02426B.This analysis should be undertaken using a systems thinking approach and should use the WHOsix building blocks of a health system framework. The building blocks are:o Service Delivery: good service delivery comprises quality, access, safety and coverage.o Health Workforce: a well-performing workforce consists of human resourcesmanagement, skills and policies.o Information: a well performing system ensures the production, analysis, disseminationand use of timely and reliable information.o Medical Products, Vaccines and Technologies; procurement and supply programsneed to ensure equitable access, assured quality and cost-effective use.o Financing: a good health financing system raises adequate funds for health, protectspeople from financial catastrophe, allocates resources, and purchases good and servicesin ways that improve quality, equity, and efficiency.o Leadership and Governance (Stewardship): effective leadership and governanceensures the existence of strategic policy frameworks, effective oversight and coalitionbuilding, provision of appropriate incentives, and attention to system design, andaccountability.It is important that you view the PowerPoint entitled Tools for Systems Thinking which is availablein the assessments portal BEFORE you begin your assessment.The PowerPoint provides an overview of several tools used for undertaking a systems thinkingapproach to analysis. Make sure you read the slides and review all the additional resourcessupplied.Your assessment is essentially in two parts:In part one you should position your chosen service within the broader Australian heath system byexamining its interconnectedness, boundaries and relationships using a systems perspective. Youshould use at least one (1) systems thinking tool.In part two you should analyse your chosen service and its preparedness to meet the needs ofAustralias ageing population using the WHO six building blocks of a health system framework.You should use at least two (2) systems thinking tools.Assessment SubmissionYour assessment submission will be a PowerPoint slide deck made up of: Twenty (20) slides focussing on the assessment requirements providing graphic and /orknowledge content as required. Corresponding notes for each of the 20 slides addressing assessment requirements, to amaximum of 100 words per slide, i.e. 2,000 words maximum. An additional two (2) slides that do not form a part of the word count, one a title slide and theother a slide to accommodate the listing of references.There is no expectation that students will deliver the presentation.Assessment InformationCOMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA Copyright Regulations 1969This material has been reproduced and communicated to you by or on behalf of Kaplan Business School pursuant to Part VB of the Copyright Act 1968 (Act). The materialin this communication may be subject to copyright under the Act. Any further reproduction or communication of this material by you may be the subject of copyright protectionunder the Act. Kaplan Business School is a part of Kaplan Inc., a leading global provider of educational services. Kaplan Business School Pty Ltd ABN 86 098 181 947 is aregistered higher education provider CRICOS Provider Code 02426B.Late assignment submission penaltiesPenalties will be imposed on late assignment submissions in accordance with Kaplan Business Schoollate assignment submission penalties policy. Number ofdaysPenalty1* 9 days5% per day for each calendar day late deducted from the total marksavailable10 14 days50% deducted from the total marks available.After 14 daysAssignments that are submitted more than 14 calendar days afterthe due date will not be accepted, and the student will receive amark of zero for the assignment(s).NoteNotwithstanding the above penalty rules, assignments will also begiven a mark of zero if they are submitted after assignments havebeen returned to students *Assignments submitted at any stage within the first 24 hours after the deadline will be considered to beone day late and therefore subject to the associated penaltyFor more information, please read the full policy via https://www.kbs.edu.au/about-us/school-policiesAssessment InformationCOMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA Copyright Regulations 1969This material has been reproduced and communicated to you by or on behalf of Kaplan Business School pursuant to Part VB of the Copyright Act 1968 (Act). The materialin this communication may be subject to copyright under the Act. Any further reproduction or communication of this material by you may be the subject of copyright protectionunder the Act. Kaplan Business School is a part of Kaplan Inc., a leading global provider of educational services. Kaplan Business School Pty Ltd ABN 86 098 181 947 is aregistered higher education provider CRICOS Provider Code 02426B.Important Study InformationAcademic Integrity PolicyKBS values academic integrity. All students must understand the meaning and consequences ofcheating, plagiarism and other academic offences under the Academic Integrity and Conduct Policy.What is academic integrity and misconduct?What are the penalties for academic misconduct?What are the late penalties?How can I appeal my grade?Click here for answers to these questions:https://www.kbs.edu.au/about-us/school-policiesWord Limits for Written AssessmentsSubmissions that exceed the word limit by more than 10% will cease to be marked from the point atwhich that limit is exceeded.Study AssistanceStudents may seek study assistance from their local Academic Learning Advisor or refer to theresources on the MyKBS Academic Success Centre page. Click here for this information.COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA Copyright Regulations 1969This material has been reproduced and communicated to you by or on behalf of Kaplan Business School pursuant to Part VB of the Copyright Act 1968 (Act). The material in this communication may be subject to copyright under the Act. Any furtherreproduction or communication of this material by you may be the subject of copyright protection under the Act. Kaplan Business School is a part of Kaplan Inc., a leading global provider of educational services. Kaplan Business School Pty Ltd ABN 86098 181 947 is a registered higher education provider CRICOS Provider Code 02426B.MBA621 Assessment 2 Marking Rubric Case Study Slide Deck 35% MarkingCriteria (__/100)F (Fail)0 49%P (Pass)50 64%C (Credit)65 74%D (Distinction)75 84%HD (High Distinction)85 -100%PART 1:The position of the chosenservice within the broaderAustralian heath system isidentified.(__/10 marks)The chosen service isinadequately described, and itsposition within the broaderAustralian heath system is notidentified fully.The chosen service is described,and its position within thebroader Australian heath systemis identified.The chosen service isdescribed, and its positionwithin the broader Australianheath system is identified andanalysed using a systemsperspective.The chosen service is described,and its position within thebroader Australian heath systemis identified and criticallyanalysed using a systemsperspective with evidence oftheory identification.The chosen service is described,and its position within the broaderAustralian heath system isidentified and critically analysedusing a systems perspective withevidence of theory application.The interconnectedness,boundaries and relationships ofthe chosen service are identifiedand analysed.(__/10 marks)The chosen servicesinterconnectedness, boundariesand relationships are poorlyidentified.The chosen servicesinterconnectedness, boundariesand relationships are identified.The chosen servicesinterconnectedness,boundaries and relationshipsare identified, and basicanalysis is performed.The chosen servicesinterconnectedness, boundariesand relationships are identified,and higher order analysis isperformed.The chosen servicesinterconnectedness, boundariesand relationships are identified,higher order analysis and criticalthinking is performed.A systems thinking perspectiveand tools are employed in theanalysis of the chosen service.(__/10 marks)Reporting is undertaken withlittle / no evidence of using asystems perspective and / orsystem thinking tools.The analysis is undertakenusing a systems perspective andone (1) systems thinking tool.The analysis is undertakenusing a systems perspectiveand more than one (1)systems thinking tool.The analysis is undertaken usinga systems perspective and morethan one (1) systems thinkingtool. There is evidence of theoryidentification to underpinfindings.The analysis is undertaken usinga systems perspective and two ormore systems thinking tools.There is evidence of theoryidentification and application tounderpin findings.PART 2:The chosen service is analysedregarding its preparedness tomeet the needs of Australiasageing population.(__/10 marks)The chosen servicepreparedness to meet the needsof Australias ageing populationis inadequately described andpoorly analysed using a systemsperspective.The chosen servicepreparedness to meet the needsof Australias ageing populationis described.The chosen servicepreparedness to meet theneeds of Australias ageingpopulation is described andanalysed using a systemsperspective.The chosen servicepreparedness to meet the needsof Australias ageing populationis described and criticallyanalysed using a systemsperspective with evidence oftheory identification.The chosen servicepreparedness to meet the needsof Australias ageing population isdescribed and critically analysedusing a systems perspective withevidence of theory application.The chosen service is analysedusing the WHO six buildingblocks of a health systemframework.(__/30 marks 5 marks each)The chosen service is not /poorly analysed using therequired framework.The chosen service is analysed,to a basic level, using the WHOsix building blocks of a healthsystem framework.The chosen service isanalysed, to a more complexlevel, using the WHO sixbuilding blocks of a healthsystem framework.The chosen service is analysed,to a complex level, using theWHO six building blocks of ahealth system framework.Systems thinking andengagement with the theory isevident.The chosen service is analysed,to a highly complex level, usingthe WHO six building blocks of ahealth system framework.Systems thinking andengagement with theory andcritical thinking is evident.At least two (2) systems thinkingtools are utilised in the buildingblocks analysis.(__/10 marks)Reporting is undertaken withlittle / no evidence of utilisingsystem thinking tools.The analysis is undertakenusing a systems perspective andtwo (2) systems thinking tools.The analysis is undertakenusing a systems perspectiveand more than two (2)systems thinking tools.The analysis is undertaken usinga systems perspective and morethan two (2) systems thinkingtools. There is evidence oftheory identification to underpinfindings.The analysis is undertaken usinga systems perspective and threeor more systems thinking tools.There is evidence of theoryidentification and application tounderpin findings. COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA Copyright Regulations 1969This material has been reproduced and communicated to you by or on behalf of Kaplan Business School pursuant to Part VB of the Copyright Act 1968 (Act). The material in this communication may be subject to copyright under the Act. Any furtherreproduction or communication of this material by you may be the subject of copyright protection under the Act. Kaplan Business School is a part of Kaplan Inc., a leading global provider of educational services. Kaplan Business School Pty Ltd ABN 86098 181 947 is a registered higher education provider CRICOS Provider Code 02426B. PowerPoint deck adopts a clearand logical structure, consistentwith KBS guidelines.(__/5 marks)Poorly organised and difficult tofollow and/or does not containthe required components.Addresses criteria, adopts aclear and logical structure,consistent with KBS guidelines.Adopts a clear and logicalstructure, consistent with KBSguidelines and is of aprofessional standard.Adopts a clear and logicalstructure, is consistent with KBSguidelines, is of a professionalstandard, with a logicalprogression from subsection tosubsection, with clear relevanceto the intended audience.Adopts a clear and logicalstructure, is consistent with KBSguidelines, is of a professionalstandard, with a logicalprogression from subsection tosubsection, with clear relevanceto the intended audience. Is errorfree and of a standard that wouldeasily be adopted as a bestpractice exemplar.Appropriate theory and researchpresented.(__/5 marks)Presents insufficient evidence ofresearch and does not refer torelevant theory.Presents limited evidence ofresearch and refers minimally totheory with some links to thetopic.Presents evidence ofresearch, and the inclusion ofappropriate theory to justifystatements and assertions.Presents evidence of soundresearch and includes a range ofappropriate theories to justifystatements and assertions.As with distinction, seamlesslyintegrating research andtheoretical frameworks to justifystatements and assertionsProfessional language,presentation and engagement.(__/5 marks)The language used in slides andnotes is not of a professionalstandard, inappropriate for bothtopic and audience.The presentation is mostlyappropriate for the topic andaudience, with some issuessuch as clarity or too muchjargon language.The presentation isappropriate for the topic andaudience, with little to noissues, offering someengaging content.The presentation is of a highprofessional standard, usingappropriate business languageand offering a range ofexamples using multimedia orinteractive content.As with distinction, and thepresentation is responsive to theaudience, with a highly engagingdelivery, sequence and clarity.In-text citations and referencing.(__/5 marks)Neither in-text referencingand/or reference list adheres toKaplan Harvard ReferencingStyle.In-text referencing or theresultant reference list adheresto Kaplan Harvard ReferencingStyle, with some errors.Both, in-text referencing andthe resultant reference listadhere to Kaplan HarvardReferencing Style, with someerrors.Both, in-text referencing and theresultant reference list adhere toKaplan Harvard ReferencingStyle, with only occasional minorerrors.Both, in-text referencing and theresultant reference list adherestrictly to Kaplan HarvardReferencing Style, with no errors.Feedback and grades will be released via MyKBS.

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