I only need questions 5 & 6 done….
This is a Collaborative Learning Community (CLC) assignment.
Access the “Allied Health Community.” Read the Primary Care Provider scenario for this course and complete the following assignment.
Your group is responsible for ensuring that the acquisition of the Primary Care Provider Clinic is successful. Changes must be initiated that enhance employee productivity and support the clinic in showing a positive financial gain. As part of your responsibilities, you are charged with coming up with a plan of action to initiate change, help employees transition, and ensure that the effects of the change become long lasting.
Create a PowerPoint presentation of 14-18 slides including speaker notes, an introduction slide, and a reference slide to illustrate your plan of action.
PRIMARY CARE Scenario
Type of Care Provided
Care in this type of setting is delivered by physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and advanced practice professionals. This area of health care is the most widely used, and it is a major focus
of the Affordable Care Act of 2010, focusing on primary care providers and decreasing the focus on the
utilization of specialty providers.
A physicians’ group is negotiating the acquisition of a primary care provider’s clinic. The primary care
provider’s clinic, which has incurred financial loss over the last 6 years, is being sold for the second time
within the 6-year period. In a meeting to discuss the acquisition, the team responsible for ensuring the
success of the acquisition is told that the shareholders of the clinic are very apprehensive and distrustful
of becoming a sister company. When the last company bought the clinic, the leaders of the parent organization prepared the employees of the clinic for a great deal of change. These leaders promised that
the proposed changes would improve the stressful conditions and financial losses the clinic was currently operating within. The shareholders worked diligently to prepare for the changes. Unfortunately, most
of the changes never took place, and the small changes that were initiated did not last. As a result, the
initial announcement of the acquisition was met with great apprehension and distrust.