Transforming care at the Bedside (TCAB) with home health or public and community was a national initiative that was established through a close collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and IHI. This initiative aimed to improve patient outcomes by providing high-quality care services that also prioritized the welfare and safety of the patients. Transforming care at the Bedside was divided into three phases for easy implementation and to ensure each phase is successfully implemented and remains operational.

Step 1: Select a topic for a change project.

Step 2: Identify the context for your change.

  • Describe the setting where the change will take place. For example, clinical, insurance, home health, or public and community.
  • Explain who is affected: patients, nurses, leadership, and other stakeholders in the organization.

Step 3: Review the literature to find possible solutions and evidence to address your topic.

  • Research sources that guide evidence-based practice to improve outcomes related to your selected topic.
  • Find a minimum of three peer-reviewed articles directly related to addressing your change topic.

Step 4: Create a draft implementation plan.

  • Summarize each article to explain how the evidence you gathered will help address your change topic.
  • Explain how you could use the information in the research to carry out the change in your identified setting.

10- to 15-slide presentation with speaker notes

Include a summary of the 3 peer reviewed articles.

Submit your assignment including a title page/slide and reference page/slide after reviewing the rubric. The affected individuals include the patients, care providers, and the facility in general. Patients will receive improved care that will help in improving their outcomes. Receiving high-quality care is important for all patients as it ensures that their care needs are addressed. Nurse practitioners have direct interaction with the patients; the change will affect the services they offer. This will also affect other health care professionals in the facility and also the facility at large. The leadership team will be required to make necessary changes to accommodate the change