A business case is simply a position on whether to invest time or money in a project. This position is determined through careful evaluation of the business case using strategic analysis methods. In addition to a feasibility assessment, a business case includes financial indices and return-on-investment (ROI) calculations. Examples of business cases in healthcare include recommendations for staffing, quality of care, waste reduction, and chronic disease management. A business case is an excellent way to convince management that there is a "case" for your project.
Using the South University Online Library, search the Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL) database and select one article that includes a business case approach for improving the quality or safety of healthcare from a nursing perspective.
Based on your selected article, respond to the following:
Discuss the process used to analyze the case in the article. What were the authors’ recommendations?
Did the author convince you that the case was feasible? Why or why not?
If this were your business case, what would you have done differently and why?
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