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Personal Action PlanHCS/449 Version 61University of Phoenix MaterialPersonal Action PlanAn action plan is a detailed, step-by-step plan for accomplishing an identified goal. Complete your personal action plan by answering the questionsbelow. Refer to the program outcomes as a guide while answering your questions.Program Outcomes.1Graduates will be able to analyze a health care organization from a market-based perspective..2Graduates will be able to analyze financial and economic issues in the health care industry..3Graduates will be able to examine the impact of legal and regulatory requirements on the delivery of health care..4Graduates will be able to examine the application of risk and quality management concepts in the health care industry..5Graduates will be able to analyze the utilization and application of technology within a health care organization..6Graduates will be able to apply management and adaptable leadership skills in the health care industry.
Personal Action PlanHCS/449 Version 62.7Part I A personal action plan is a plan you develop to meet personal goals. Instead of focusing on a career goal, consider the personal goals that might help you eventually meet your career goal, or think of goals you want to accomplish for personal satisfaction. These often relate to education or professional development, aside from the focus of your chosen career. In developing a personal action plan, you will look at your personal strengths and weaknesses and your ability to think strategically, and you will identify the goals you want to achieve. Answer the following questionsto help you prepare for your action plan.Based on the program outcomes listed above, your program reflection from Week Two, and your program questionnaire from Week One, whatwould you identify as your greatest strengths?I believe that one of my greatest strengths is the ability to adapt to change. I am able to adapt to change in the workplace whether it is with workflows, system updates, new management, or implementation of new policies. Despite the many changes, I am able to adjust and transition smoothly in most cases.

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