What specific education or preparation is required for the role (including degree and topic of study, such as bachelor’s degree in nursing).

Complete the tables in all three of the templates listed below (links can be
found in the Resources under the Required Resources heading), and choose one
role from each for further analysis. Before you begin the assessment, you may
wish to review the Tertiary Health Care Roles and Functions Example,
linked in the Resources under the Required Resources heading, for guidance on
completing the tables.
Tertiary Health Care Roles
and Functions Table.Primary Health Care Roles
and Functions Table.Community Health Care Roles
and Functions Table.
This assessment contains two parts. Be sure to complete both parts and
submit all the required materials.
Part 1
Using the three functions table templates (linked in the Resources),
complete the table for each role or professional area, noting the following:
Where it fits as a
component in the chronic health care model.What the job duties entail,
or what services it provides.What might motivate
individuals in that job role (typically more than money).Whether the role is
reimbursable by insurance. (If it does not apply, put N/A.)What specific education or
preparation is required for the role (including degree and topic of study,
such as bachelor’s degree in nursing).The name of the primary
professional organization representing the role.
Note that the lists in the tables are not all-inclusive. These are simply
some of the most visible roles in each of the functions of health care. Use the
References section of the templates to list your resources in
APA format.
Refer to the Tertiary Health Care Roles and Functions Example,
linked in the Resources,for guidance on completing the
tables.
Part 2
Once you have completed the tables, pick one role within each of the tables,
and, in two or three paragraphs, assess how this management role interacts with
colleagues and employees. Remember to substantiate your analysis with
referenced research. Use the Table Definition section within
each template to complete this section of the assessment.
Be sure to submit all three completed templates for this assessment.Community Health
Care Roles and Functions Table
Your
Name:
The following roles are involved in public
policy, outcomes, and social marketing aspects of the health care field.

Role or Professional Area

Chronic Care Model
Component

Services Provided

Motivation

Reimbursable by
Insurance

Education Needed

Professional
Organizations

City Planner

Data Analyst

Epidemiologist or
Infectious Disease

Food and Drug Inspector

Health Department
City, County, and State

Health Inspector

Health Policy Advisor

Health Policy Specialist

Lawyer

Lobbyist

Marketing

Patient Care Director

Politician

Public Health

Other (Identify Which)

Table Definition
Use this space to respond to the
instructions in Part 2 of the
assessment.

References

List your references in APA format.

Primary Health Care
Roles and Functions Table
Your
Name:

Role or Professional Area

Chronic Care Model
Component

Services Provided

Motivation

Reimbursable by
Insurance

Education Needed

Professional
Organizations

Community Health Nurse

Dentist

Exercise Physiologist

Health Coach

Health Education

Preventive Medicine
Provider

Registered Dietitian

School Health Education

Social Services

Other (Identify Which)

Table Definition
Use this space to respond to the
instructions in Part 2 of the
assessment.

References
List your references in APA format.
Complete the tables in all three of the templates listed below (links can be
found in the Resources under the Required Resources heading), and choose one
role from each for further analysis. Before you begin the assessment, you may
wish to review the Tertiary Health Care Roles and Functions Example,
linked in the Resources under the Required Resources heading, for guidance on
completing the tables.This assessment contains two parts. Be sure to complete both parts and
submit all the required materials.Using the three functions table templates (linked in the Resources),
complete the table for each role or professional area, noting the following:Note that the lists in the tables are not all-inclusive. These are simply
some of the most visible roles in each of the functions of health care. Use the
References section of the templates to list your resources in
APA format.Refer to the Tertiary Health Care Roles and Functions Example,
linked in the Resources,for guidance on completing the
tables.Once you have completed the tables, pick one role within each of the tables,
and, in two or three paragraphs, assess how this management role interacts with
colleagues and employees. Remember to substantiate your analysis with
referenced research. Use the Table Definition section within
each template to complete this section of the assessment.Be sure to submit all three completed templates for this assessment.Your
Name:The following roles are involved in public
policy, outcomes, and social marketing aspects of the health care field.Role or Professional AreaChronic Care Model
ComponentServices ProvidedMotivationReimbursable by
InsuranceEducation NeededProfessional
OrganizationsCity PlannerData AnalystEpidemiologist or
Infectious DiseaseFood and Drug InspectorHealth Department
City, County, and StateHealth InspectorHealth Policy AdvisorHealth Policy SpecialistLawyerLobbyistMarketingPatient Care DirectorPoliticianPublic HealthOther (Identify Which)Use this space to respond to the
instructions in Part 2 of the
assessment.List your references in APA format.Your
Name:Role or Professional AreaChronic Care Model
ComponentServices ProvidedMotivationReimbursable by
InsuranceEducation NeededProfessional
OrganizationsCommunity Health NurseDentistExercise PhysiologistHealth CoachHealth EducationPreventive Medicine
ProviderRegistered DietitianSchool Health EducationSocial ServicesOther (Identify Which)Use this space to respond to the
instructions in Part 2 of the
assessment.List your references in APA format.

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