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Case Study Assignments Choose one of the three case studies and addressed the following points: (Write about Case one) 1. Summarize the quality and/or safety issue listing the issue, stakeholders, and regulatory violation and impact of the problem on the organization. (20%) 2. Outline the fiscal impact that the issue has on the stakeholders along with the organization. Use national data and statistics to support your statement. (20%) 3. Utilized two tools discussed in class and address how you would use the tools to solve (OR PREVENT) the problem. (20%) 4. Provide a detailed plan including evaluation parameters which will be used to measure your progress. The plan needs to address who is involved, timeframe of the intervention, interventions used and evaluation measures. (30%) 5. Paper should include scholarly support and will be graded according to the writing rubric. (10%) Case One: Code Blue Confusion An 80-year-old man with a history of coronary artery disease, hypertension, and schizophrenia was admitted to an inpatient psychiatry service for hallucinations and anxiety. On hospital day 2, he had sudden onset of confusion, bradycardia, and hypotension. He lost consciousness, and a "code blue" was called. The inpatient psychiatry facility is adjacent to a major academic medical center. Thus, the "code team" (comprising a senior medical resident, medical intern, anesthesia resident, anesthesia attending, and critical care nurse) within the main hospital was activated. The message blared through the overhead speaker system, "Code blue, fourth floor psychiatry. Code blue, fourth floor psychiatry." The senior resident and intern had never been to the psychiatry facility. "How do we get to psych?" the senior resident asked a few other residents in a panic. "I don't know how to get there except to go outside and through the front door," a colleague answered. So the senior resident and intern ran down numerous flights of stairs, outside the front of
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