The purpose of this research paper is to formulate a proposed solution, implementation as well as an evaluation plan. A proposed solution refers to possible resolutions which are used in resolving certain possible plights.
The proposed solution under consideration expounds on the resolution needed to cut down the plight experienced in health institutions altogether. The main objective of any proposed solution lies with its ability to reflect on illustrations which when utilized can be significant in bringing about positive outcomes altogether.
In health institutions, the issue of financial resources as well as lack of experienced expertise is considered to affect normal operations. Therefore, the probable solution to these forms of plight involves the government taking the responsibility of ensuring that enough amounts of funds are allocated to health institutions existing within its own jurisdiction. In case of lack of enough health experts, the governments as well as the non-governmental organizations are expected to formulate plans that will ensure enough professionals are trained and equally distributed throughout the existing health institutions in the country.
An implementation plan refers to a set of procedures which are formulated by specific managers in order to assist in the maintenance and implementation process. It should be noted that process of implementation is flexible and scalable and thus, is formulated depending on the degree of urgency. Also, the implementation plan is expected to be detailed in a manner which allows for efficient and effective implementation of plans altogether.
In preparing the implementation plan, it is safe to include such facets as:
i)Time schedules which are utilized by health planner to establish the amount of time needed to complete the implementation and monitoring process altogether.
ii)A set of policies that will assist in overseeing success of training and educating the immediate health professionals.
iii)Structure of roles and responsibilities which is to be utilized for the purpose of delegating specific authority to different employees within the health organization.
iv)Communication platforms which are to be used in addressing needs of patients by the existing health workers.
v) Performance tools which are to be used for the purpose of measuring the level of activity undertaken by the health professionals (CAMH Knowledge, 2009).
The resources which are required for successful implementation include financial resources which ensure that the budget is met and all tools needed for the procedure are purchased. Financial resource is also used to pay the services of experts involved in development of the plan under study. Another resource which is required entails informational resources which are used by implementation experts for the purpose of collecting and interpreting health data.
- I.Implementation Framework
- A. What the Projects Implement:
- The initial proposed solution that involves the possible outcomes;
- Objectives of the implementation process;
- Results of the objective that is stated in both measurable and general terms;
- The exact environment upon which to implement the project at hand: better health facilities.
- B. Queries to be tackled in the course of project implementation process:
- Questions to be tackled include: whether the objectives of the implementation process are accomplished and also whether the set tool of procedures used aid in the facilitation of the implementation process as a whole.
- Does the implementation process facilitate accomplishment of results objective?
- C. Time schedule for the implementation and evaluation processes:
- When does data collection commence and end?
- Why is the criterion used for choosing the underlying time schedule plan?
- D. Process for evaluating and monitoring the implementation procedure:
This is the final stage of the implementation and evaluation process and such facets as:
- Methodologies used for training of health workers which will, in turn, aid in the evaluation processes to be assessed.
- Up-to-the-task methodologies which will aid in putting control measures in place in order to facilitate information pertaining to the health institution to be collected and stored.
- Time schedules which comprise of the methodologies used in collecting, analyzing and reporting data about health institutions are stored and feedback provided on the same.
An evaluation plan refers to a definite form of document which is developed to address issues related to the objectives of the evaluation process, the queries which need solutions, the form of information to be collected, as well as the time frame upon which collection of the information will commence and end.
The preparation of any given evaluation plan involves development of four stages/ sections;
In the initial section, the evaluation plan provides a detailed evaluation structure which expounds on the matter to be evaluated, queries to be addressed in the evaluation plan as well as the time schedule needed to conduct the evaluation process altogether. In this case, the evaluation plan defines the form of service that is provided by the health professionals and the time schedule for data collection is a minimum of two weeks. In the second section, the evaluation plan covers details required in the course of measuring objectives under study. In this case the key objective is to find out that the form of service provided by the health professionals matches the value of resources provided by the patients. Another objective is to find out whether the remuneration that health workers receive correctly compensates the amount of work done. The last section of the evaluation plan provides for a detailed description which indicates the methodologies utilized in the process of monitoring and maintaining the evaluation as a whole. In this case, the tool of procedures requires that the health workers provide sign-up sheets which indicate the amount of work done (number of patients attended) and the amount of hours worked.
The resources needed for evaluation process are both financial resources as well as expertise resource (professional labor). Financial resources will be used to cater for purchase of the evaluation tools such as sign-up sheets as well as mobility expenses in case the process requires movement. Expertise resource is required for the purpose of analyzing and interpreting data. Reliable forms of data are collected and analyzed by experienced experts in the fields of research.
Therefore, it is fair to postulate that successful models of data implementation and evaluation are successive. Thus, health professionals are required to be enlightened with respect to the trending methodologies required in recording and analyzing of performance facets. Also, the need to accumulate enough resources is considered effective and crucial in implementation and evaluation processes as a whole.