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Rubric Name: Asignment #4 Rubric
CriteriaExceeds Expectations20 pointsMeets Expectation15 pointsMinimally Meets Expectation12.5 pointsDoes Not Meet Expectation10 pointsOrganizational OverviewResponse is above expectation and illustrates thought and critical thinking about the nature of the organization including: history, location, patient demographics, payer mix, hours of operation, service lines, ownership models, organizational structure, and other unique identifiers of the organization. Uses multiple sources not relying heavily on the organization website. 
Provides an overview of the organization including organizational structure, history, present state, and identification of unique characteristics but does not illustrate market analysis areas. Illustrates some critical thinking and provides a comprehensive overview of the  organization from multiple sources
Provides cursory information about the organization mostly taken from the firm’s own website or marketing materials. Has the minimum items such as dates, location, mission, and vision. Does not illustrate research or critical thinking looking beyond the surface characteristics of the organization. Does not illustrate market knowledge or application. 
Provides limited information or no information about the organization. Does not illustrate a comprehensive overview or valid information about the organization. Information. Information may only be taken from the firm’s website. 
Organizational ChallengesIdentifies the challenges facing the organization by presenting the scenario selected in a market specific application. The challenges are framed in context of the overall US health system and regional impacts that are identified through research such as competition, government programs, payment etc. There are scholarly references and regional data present. 
Challenges for the organization are identified as broad in the context of the US health system but goes beyond restating the selected scenario. Supporting information about the why behind such challenges is relevant to the audience. Cites relevant sources
Identification of organizational challenges is a simple restatement or general statement of the selected scenario and does not address the presentation audience at a local level or connect to overall changes in the US health system.  Response has a cursory nature and relies on general statements and broad contexts. 
The presentation does not adequately identify the challenges or scenario selected. The response lacks cohesion and does not illustrate comprehension of the challenges or scenario. Response does not include relevant resources. 
Organizational SolutionsPresentation identifies a minimum of (3) solutions supported by literature and appropriate to the local market, audience, and in context of organizational specific context factors. Solutions are comprehensive and well developed avoiding vague or unsupported claims.  Utilizes research and may be supported by popular literature. 
The solutions identified (3 minimum) are appropriate for the audience and in context of the local market and US health system. The response includes specific factors however may have some vague or general statements. There is some research referencing popular and scholarly literature. 
The response identifies solutions however they are cursory or commentary in nature. Solutions are presented as vague general statements that are not supported or well developed. Reliance on practical experience and personal opinion is apparent in the solution selection. The paper relies heavily on popular references or no references. 
The presentation fails to identify solutions or adequate solutions. The argument is not supported with references and may be commentary / opinion based. The author does not illustrate an understanding of the US Health System or local market. 
Impact of the Environment / ACAThe presentation includes a significant reference to the external environment and changes including the ACA. References are timely and updated to illustrate current trends, requirements and external impacts on challenges and solutions. The presentation illustrates not only information but application of the environmental impact both positive and negative in nature producing a balanced representation. Superior presentations will address these in the context of the organization, market, problem statements, and solutions. References to scholarly literature and agency based statistics are present and support the overall argument. 
An illustration of environmental impact is present in the presentation and may be applied in specific slides or sections. Use of data to support the role of external influence and ACA is timely and up to date. Appropriate application to the local market and context of the audience is present and addressed. Key points of ACA reform are appropriately selected. These points are applied to the case and not simply reported contributing to the presentation overall
ACA and environmental impact is present in the presentation. These are found to be listed and limited in their application to the case study, audience or market. There is use of outdated materials related to health reform and ACA. Factors are general in nature and do not contribute to the overall proposal of the presentation. Some factors may not be applicable to the environment or the problem statement. Limited references or no references are present. 
The presentation provides inappropriate or no ACA or external environmental impact. If present the selection may be out of date, inappropriate or does not illustrate an understanding of the ACA or environmental changes on the Ambulatory care setting or case study. References are either inappropriate or missing from the presentation. 
Writing & Presentation (Communication)Writing is clear and free of grammatical errors, typos, and punctuation errors. The ppt.  communicates  clearly utilizing notes section and avoids overly narrative slides. Use of graphs, pictures and other media enhance the meaning communicating effectively. The presentation references in APA 6th edition format.
Writing is clear and has minimal grammatical, typographic or punctuation errors (no more than 3). The ppt. clearly communicates meaning and impact without utilizing excessive narratives or “to be read” slides. The references are in APA format 6th edition and there are no more than 3 APA errors. There is minimal use of graphs, pictures and media but contribute to the communication to the audience. 
Writing in comprehensible but grammatical, typographical and punctuation errors interfere with the meaning of the content. There is a not a clear communication of concepts to the audience and / or excessive narrative slides in appropriate for executive communication. Media utilized detracts from meaning or does not enhance communication.  There are more than 3 APA errors related to the paper or references.
Presentation has significant errors that interfere with the meaning. There is not an effective communication of concepts to the audience. APA format or references are missing or direct quotations are overly populated. Presentation is overly narrative or inappropriately vague for the intended audience.
Overall ScoreLevel 490 or moreLevel 375 or moreLevel 260 or moreLevel 10 or more

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