Information Management – Defining the Scope

Information Management – Defining the Scope

Assignment Content

  1. In this assignment you further define your project scope and identify data sources that help you determine how to address your selected problem.
  2. Determine the scope of your selected problem. Consider both qualitative and quantitative data, for example:

    • Leader and peer interviews
    • Patient/customer surveys
    • Quality reports
    • Benchmarking studies/baseline data. If baseline data is available:
      • What are the goals?
      • Are current practices meeting the organizational goals?
      • Are the prescribed practices followed?

    Review and aggregate the data.

  3. Determine the level of risk and frequency of the problem to determine the importance of the project.Looking at the information you have gathered so far, determine whether the project lends itself to an evidence-based practice approach or a quality improvement project.
  4. Format your assignment as one of the following:

    • 18- to 20-slide presentation
    • 15- to 20-minute oral presentation
    • 875-word paper
    • Legal-sized infographic
    • Another format approved by your instructor