Whether working as staff, manager, provider, each professional in the healthcare industry has a role and purpose. All leaders, whether leading from the bedside, unit, division or C-suite are expected to be competent in driving results. Whether you have been a participant or the leader of team initiatives, you demonstrate your competency by the results you have delivered to the organization. As an introduction to The Business in Healthcare course and to course faculty, prepare a 5-minute presentation highlighting your career from a business perspective.
Your presentation should focus on the results of your work as it relates to health care service delivery. This means, beyond your title and work duties, you should have measurable outcomes/metrics reported. For example, “By changing supervisory schedules in the hospital I saved $50,000 in the administration budget without changing coverage”. Define succinctly your major roles in the last 10-15 years. Do not be concerned if you have less than 10 years in healthcare. Also, you may include prior positions to the extent that they are relevant. (For example, a management, financial or executive role in a community organization or other business outside of the healthcare industry may demonstrate skills or outcomes relevant to healthcare.) Include your employer, title, responsibilities and results. Use quantitative descriptors. Examples can include budget and resource management, quality and safety measures, revenue responsibilities, organizational accreditations. Include external governance roles you have held.
On the first day of our 5 day intensive, you will present your career summary. Each person has 5 minutes to present and should accompany the presentation with a single slide. (There will be a hard stop at the 5-minute mark, so be concise and time your presentation in advance.)
Objectives for this assignment:
* Describe one’s capabilities and experience as they relate to health care business
* Design and present a health care executive
SUBMISSION FORMAT AND DUE DATE:
Submit this assignment in Canvas. In addition, send your slide to Neal Greene ([email@example.com ] (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org))[ ] (mailto:email@example.com)and Mary Ann Camilleri ([firstname.lastname@example.org] (mailto:email@example.com)) no later than Sunday, Jan. 5 1:00 PM EST. In addition, bring a copy on an external drive.
Using PowerPoint, prepare a single slide to accompany your presentation. Be sure to include a “footer” with your name, course number and date. There are 2 student exemplars posted in Canvas for your reference.
Please label and save your file as firstnamelastnameAssignment#1.ppt (or pptx)
Rubric below: These are grading guidelines; they are not all-inclusive. All areas of concern cannot be predicted in a guideline. Papers that require substantial mark-ups for lack of proofreading (grammar and spelling) and/or that are difficult to read due to poor sentence construction will be marked down. The degree of points deducted for these issues will be individually determined by grading faculty. Suggestion to students: Sometimes reading a document out loud is the best way to catch errors in sentence construction. A Yale online resource for students who need assistance with written submissions is available at: http://www.yale.edu/graduateschool/writing/tutorials.html
[Link to Example 1] (https://yale.instructure.com/courses/55186/files/3371848/download?wrap=1)
[Link to Example 2] (https://yale.instructure.com/courses/55186/files/3371847/download?wrap=1)