HSM 546 Aetna Insurance

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HSM 546 Aetna Insurance
Your Course Project gives you the opportunity to select a managed healthcare organization or an integrated healthcare…

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HSM 546 Aetna Insurance

HSM 546 Aetna Insurance

Course Group Project A+

Objectives

Your Course Project gives you the opportunity to select a managed healthcare organization or an integrated healthcare delivery system that currently exists within our healthcare industry to analyze the positive and negative aspects of the integrated delivery system or healthcare organization. In a small group assigned by the professor, you will work and collaborate to create a digital project that involves building a narrative/video presentation to demonstrate your understanding of the project.

Your professor will divide you up into teams of three to four. Research which managed healthcare organization or integrated healthcare delivery system you wish to choose for your Course Project. Utilizing an online collaboration tool, such as Cisco Spark, Google Hangout, Skype, and so forth, meet with your team and discuss which topic you will use for your Course Project. Make sure that you are able to find adequate references for your project (i.e., a minimum of eight scholarly or primary source references). Your textbook serves as one reference. The final Course Project, due in Week 7, will be a group presentation utilizing PowerPoint or Prezi and must include audio. All members of the group must present part of the project. Your group may choose to use another type of presentation software, but it must be approved first by the professor.

Milestones

The following deliverables are due accordingly.

Team Deliverables

Week 2: Topic Selection

One member of the group will submit a Word document with the names of all of the group members, the name of the health delivery system or managed care organization that you’ve chosen, and a screen shot of whichever online collaboration tool you are using that proves all members were part of the discussion and decision-making process.

Before you submit your course project topic, make sure you are able to find at least three primary sources with enough information meeting the requirements in both length and in comparing key indicators of the U.S. healthcare system to your chosen managed healthcare organization or integrated delivery system.

As you conduct your research, seek out quality primary sources for writing your paper. Don’t overlook the Keller Library as an important source of information for your paper. Remember: a minimum of eight scholarly references, including our text, are required (using APA style and format).

Week 3: Team Outline

One member of the group will submit a Word document with the names of all of the group members, a content outline indicating how you plan to address key elements of the project, and a screenshot of the online collaboration tool you are using that proves all members were part of the discussion and decision-making process.

The outline will help you create the narrative for your PowerPoint Presentation (due in Week 4) and should include what you will potentially cover and the references you intend to use.

Preview:

To work on the project, each team member will conduct their own research on the topic of Aetna Systems.  Each week, the team will meet, discuss, and…

Week 4: PowerPoint Presentation and Peer Review Discussion

PowerPoint Presentation

First, submit your PowerPoint Presentation to the Week 4 Course Project: Milestone and Submission page.

Next, one member of the group will submit the Course Project Presentation in the Week 4 Course Project Peer Review discussion.

Peer Review Discussion

Everyone is required to view two presentations other than their own and provide positive and constructive feedback. Remember, they must still be quality posts. Simply stating, “Nice job, I agree,” is not sufficient.

Examples of quality posts include

  • providing additional information to the discussion;
  • elaborating on previous comments from others;
  • presenting explanations of concepts or methods to help fellow students,
  • presenting reasons for or against a topic in a persuasive fashion,
  • sharing your personal experiences that relate to the topic, and
  • providing a URL and explanation for an area you researched on the Internet.

Week 7: Group Presentation

Group Presentation

The group presentation must utilize PowerPoint or Prezi and must include audio. All members of the group must present part of the project. Your group may choose to use another type of presentation software but it must be approved by the professor first. The video should be 10–15 minutes in length and include a bibliography for all references.