Create a 12-15-slide PowerPoint presentation (20 minutes with 10 minutes Q & A) on the Triple Aim model, HIM, and health care reform for an audience that constitutes the general public. Include voice-over narration and speaker notes with slides.
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Create a 12- to 15-slide PowerPoint presentation on the Triple Aim model, HIM, and health care reform. Include voice-over narration and speaker notes with your presentation. Your presentation needs to be about 20 minutes in length with an additional 10 minutes for questions and answers. Be sure to address all of the following in your presentation:
Introduction and Opening (1 slide)
How can you open your presentation in a way that engages your audience? Consider some eye-opening statistics, a compelling quote, or a challenging question.
The Triple Aim Model (2 to 3 slides)
What is the Triple Aim?
What are its goals?
HIM and the Triple Aim (3 to 4 slides)
Why is the Triple Aim model relevant to the health information management workforce?
What is HIM’s role in the Triple Aim?
How specifically can HIM contribute to the Triple Aim’s goals?
The Affordable Care Act and the Triple Aim (3 to 4 slides)
In what ways does the ACA support the achievement of the Triple Aim’s goals?
In what ways does the ACA hinder the achievement of the Triple Aim’s goals?
How effectively does the ACA address all parts of the Triple Aim?
Closing (1 slide)
What are the one or two main ideas you would like your audience to take away from your presentation?
Q and A
Provide two starter questions with responses.
In your speaker notes, be sure to include specific examples to support the points you are making. You will also want to include citations and references to current, scholarly and/or authoritative sources.
Resources: U.S. Health Care System
Cheromcha, K., M. L.I.S. (2015). The health care handbook: A clear and concise guide to the United States health care system. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 103(3), 159–160.
Greer, S. L. (2015). Reinventing american health care: How the affordable care act will improve our terribly complex, blatantly unjust, outrageously expensive, grossly inefficient, error prone system. Journal of Social Policy, 44(4), 825–826.
Health Resources & Services Administration. (n.d.). Introduction to strategic plan FY 2016-2018. Retrieved from .
The U.S. Health Care Timeline | Transcript.
This interactive Capella media piece enables you to browse information about major milestones in the U.S. health care system between 1847 and 2009.
Resources: Health Care Reform
Davis, J. (2017). Health care reform is just warming up. Physician Leadership Journal, 4(4),10–13.
Gage, B., & Albaroudi, A. (2016). The triple aim and the movement toward quality measurement of family caregiving. Generations, 39(4), 28–33.
Young, Q. D. (2016). A new public health movement. American Journal of Public Health,106(6),1023–1024.
Institute for Healthcare Improvement. (2018). Initiatives: IHI triple aim initiative. Retrieved from .
Institute for Healthcare Improvement. (2018). Triple aim for populations. Retrieved from .
Institute for Healthcare Improvement. (2018). Design of a triple aim enterprise [Video] | Transcript. Retrieved from .
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