Developing a Business Case for Change and Innovation HEA4207
The module vision is to develop leaders/managers who are able to: understand the drivers for change, support their ideas with a clear rationale and evidence-base, explore the feasibility and viability of projects, act as team project leads and work across traditional boundaries. This will require an understanding of simple health economics, project planning, evaluation methodologies and delivering effective cases for change.
|Cost:||£780 for September 2022 to July 2023|
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Who is this module for?This module is core to the Leadership and Management pathways. It is applicable to clinicians and non-clinicians (within Health and Social Care) wanting to further their managerial scope and knowledge, in delivering quality Health and Social Care. There are no prerequisites required for this module.
What are the key aims of the programme?Appraise the rationale, evidence-base and drivers for change and how they impact on a business case for change and/or innovation within Health and Social care. Explore the feasibility, viability, potential benefits and risks of a case for change/innovation within Health and Social Care. Demonstrate conceptual analysis of the communication, implementation, monitoring and evaluation strategies associated with a case for change within Health and Social Care.
How will I study?Mode of delivery: Blended learning based on a hybrid Model.
This module will be delivered through blended learning based on a hybrid model. A hybrid model is ‘an educational approach where some individuals participate in-person and some participate online synchronously (at the same time).’ The tutor(s) deliver sessions and teach remote and in-person learners synchronously using appropriate technology, meaning that the students are taught together in ‘real time’. This means some of your teaching sessions will be delivered in-person and some are online synchronous delivery. If you are unable to attend in-person, with your Module Leader’s permission, you can attend the in-person teaching session, online synchronously.
What Will I Study?
- Macro and micro drivers for change within Health and Social care.
- Health Economics - 'big' picture and use of data.
- Change analysis tools, operational analysis.
- Project rationale, vision and project strategic 'fit', scoping, risk analysis.
- Stakeholder analysis, communication, influence and engagement strategies.
- Project feasibility and viability: cost/benefit analysis/options appraisal.
- Project management: implementation, monitoring and evaluation methodologies/strategies.
- Business cases, metrics, key performance indicators.
How will I be assessed?A 4000 word (indicative) report outlining a business case for change/innovation within Health and Social Care.
On successful completion you will:You will be able to undertake analysis to inform and design an idea for change/innovation within Health and Social Care; you will be able to develop that idea into a coherent, evidenced-based proposal. Upon completion of the module, you'll be familiar with the key stages of project implementation, and to be able to formulate strategies to evaluate projects effectively. In short, this module provides you with the knowledge and skills to progress a case for change through the whole change cycle.
Study dates and venues
Venue: Ormskirk Campus, Edge Hill University
Starts: Tuesday 21 February 2023
- Tuesday 21 February 2023, 9am - 4pm, face to face (Ormskirk)
- Tuesday 7 March 2023, 9am-4pm, online
- Tuesday 14 March 2023, 9am-4pm, online
- Tuesday 21 March 2023, 9am-4pm, online
- Tuesday 28 March 2023, 9am-4pm, face to face (Ormskirk)
- Tuesday 25 April 2023, 9am-4pm, face to face (Ormskirk)