Implementation of Diabetes Risk Screen 

Implementation of Diabetes Risk Screen 
Benchmarks emerge if a person is able to collect meaningful information, finalize it and present the outcome, and know the required standards available to meet certain goals. The comparative data in a healthcare aims at availing essential data to the patients, payers, referral sources and agencies about the results of the care availed, and the cost to meet the objectives (Storer et al., 2010). Below is a summary of the report. 
Discuss the importance of a benchmark in relation to evaluating and presenting project outcomes for the implementation of diabetes risk screen tool
Benchmark assists a person evaluate a tool in different levels. From different assessments, one is able to identify the best tool and approach to apply for better outcome. Benchmarks seek at finding better operating tools and practices within an environment, where change’s pace tends to be rapid that no entity is able to dominate or control every effectual events and good concepts (Storer et al., 2010). From the processes, one will be able to identify different ideas and learn other approaches that will be impactful in evaluating and presenting project results for the implementation of diabetes risk screen tool. 
Identify appropriate benchmarks that could be used to evaluate the outcomes of your study
Internal benchmarks involves focusing within the entity to determine departments, areas or functions, which may be executing related events as well as outlining the procedures needed. In this case, I will get the chance to concentrate on the discrete operating systems and work processes within the healthcare, including medical record flow, strategic planning and care delivery. 
External benchmarks involves relating inner practices with the ones in other entities. It enables one to assess his competitive position by product comparison, as it concentrates on client satisfaction and other denominator, which is measured within entities. 
Why did you select those benchmarks? Are the benchmarks realistic? Mathematical plausible?
I selected internal and external benchmarks since they aim at best practices, as they are critical to effectual superior and reliable execution of an entity. They identify and guide on the major areas to focus within the healthcare including strategic planning. The benchmarks are realistic because they give a chance for comparison (Storer et al., 2010). Both internal and external benchmarks are mathematical plausible since they aim at problem solving and psychological understanding factors. 
Storer, D. et al. (2010). Nursing-Sensitive Benchmarks for Hospitals to Gauge High-Reliability 
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