Case Study 4
In some of the modules throughout this course, you will be assigned a case study. These case studies represent real-world problems you could possibly face. These cases are designed to build on the material we have covered during the module. Read each case study carefully before beginning your work. Your response must be well thought-out and complete in content when submitted.
For this module, you are to:
- Read Case 16, “The Lewis Blackman Hospital Patient Safety Act: It’s Hard to Kill a Healthy 15-Year-Old.”
- Respond to Assignment Questions 1, 2, and one additional question from those found at the end of the case. (Each Answer should be approximtely 1 page long)
Note: This case outlines more descriptions of evidence-based practices as a quality improvement tool and the role of governmental (societal) groups in the continuous quality improvement context.
Save your assignment with your name in the file name. For example, JohnSmith_mod5.docx. Your assignment will be assessed using the Case Study 4 rubric. Submit your assignment via the course Assignment box no later than Sunday 11:59 PM EST/EDT.