The Heart and Stroke Foundation (HSF)

Scenario: The Heart and Stroke Foundation (HSF) is in” rel=”nofollow”>interested in” rel=”nofollow”>in implementin” rel=”nofollow”>ing a new clin” rel=”nofollow”>inical protocol for treatin” rel=”nofollow”>ing a specific type of heart disease in” rel=”nofollow”>in Ontario. The protocol has been clin” rel=”nofollow”>inically proven to be effective, but it is expensive. The outcomes have also been shown to be superior to the current practice. But it would require a significant change in” rel=”nofollow”>in the clin” rel=”nofollow”>inical and admin” rel=”nofollow”>inistrative processes used to care for this patient population. HSF has completed a prelimin” rel=”nofollow”>inary brain” rel=”nofollow”>instormin” rel=”nofollow”>ing exercise to identify stakeholders. The list of stakeholders in” rel=”nofollow”>include: • Min” rel=”nofollow”>inistry of Health and Long-Term Care as the potential funder — hin” rel=”nofollow”>int thin” rel=”nofollow”>ink about the current health care fundin” rel=”nofollow”>ing climate in” rel=”nofollow”>in Ontario right now. • Patients • Cardiac Care Network of Ontario • Ontario Medical Association representin” rel=”nofollow”>ing physicians • Ontario Hospital Association representin” rel=”nofollow”>ing hospitals in” rel=”nofollow”>in Ontario • Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario
Select three of the identified stakeholders and complete a stakeholder analysis, followin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the framework presented in” rel=”nofollow”>in Lecture

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