Evidence-Based Practice for Patient-Centered Care and Population Health

POPULATION HEALTH IMPROVEMENT PLAN

Population Health Improvement Plan

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– Evidence-Based Practice for Patient-Centered Care and Population Health

Date: 07/11/2018

this is the same paper you previously submitted and contains the same omissions in the requirements.

1.  Demographics of a community was to be identified – what is the community, census, location, etc?

2.  Epidemiology of the disease process is again omitted.

3.  Environmental data related to the disease process and community.

See grading rubric but none of the information in the paper is specific to a community and this paper can again – receive 0 points.

Population Health Improvement Plan

Introduction

Population health improvement plan gives a road map that illustrates the population health needs, it gives a description of the priorities the health improvement, involves the names of the partners to be involved in the process, the steps to be followed to achieve the goals, and the means of evaluating the progress of activities. The population health improvement plan has recently become the main standard practice in the public health field to communicate to the public about health improvement plan. This involves evaluating the available demographic, environmental factors, and epidemiological data to diagnose the widespread health issues, and then come up with strategies on how to address such issues while involving the public (Kindig& Isham, 2014). This paper will address HIV/Aids as the widespread health issue within a certain population. Continued repeated error in APA – all abbreviations must be written out completely prior to their use. What does HIV mean? What does Aids mean? Isn’t that suppose to be AIDS?

Data Evaluation

Data evaluation involves the evaluation of the community demographic, environmental factors, and epidemiological data. Evaluation of community demographics include evaluating factors like age, birthrate, death rate, religion, levels of education, sources of income, occupations, average age at marriage, and so forth (Kobernick et al., 2015). Training, technical assistance will be available to ensure that the data collected are reliable and can be used to design effective intervention strategies. In this particular study, HIV has been established to pose a significant health challenge in the community. Again, the same repeated problems as in past submissions.

The proceeding paragraph is not a requirement and, as stated in previous submissions, needs to be deleted.