COVID-19 Health Administration Preparation for Pandemic

This is a paper that focuses on the COVID-19 Health Administration Preparation for Pandemic. The paper also provides further questions to answer in the assignment.

COVID-19 Health Administration Preparation for Pandemic

COVID-19 Health Administration Preparation for Pandemic

Firstly, consider the current COVID-19 pandemic we are in. As a health care administrator, working in a skilled nursing facility, you are responsible for disaster planning for your facility inclusive of operations, staff and patients. You will need to write up a 3-page disaster plan. This disaster plan will consider; planning and organizing around staffing, quality issues, safety, communication, and leadership.

Secondly, include in your disaster plan a literature review at the beginning of your document or provide background about COVID-19. This is the “why” of your next step.
Thirdly, include the process your disaster plan should take. i.e. Decision-making (centralized in a situation like this?), creating committees, roles and tasks, Board involvement, etc.
Fourthly, consider the flow of your plan. Do the steps you’ve designed make sense in terms of continuity and also connectedness. You may include a flow chart or PDCA cycle here. You can refer to Donabedian’s Structure/Process/Outcome model here.
Also, what type of messaging is required? Keeping staff and patients updated. Additionally, how will you deliver your messages?
Additionally, what sources of information would you use to create your messaging (Must be credible sources)?
Lastly, utilize PDCA to evaluate your disaster plan.


Additional Directions: Create your plan for #1 above. Three page maximum; APA format; pay attention to spacing and also margins.  A citation page (not included in the 3 page maximum) of your sources; sources must be reliable (.gov are best).

APA Checklist

Use cheat sheet provided for references formatting and also paper formatting

Adhere to page maximum

Use subheadings for a-h

Cover page not required

Abstract not required

Running Head not required


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