Final Project: Medical Business Plan

Description

Discuss in the business plan a MEDICAL business plan, such as creating a new medical device, make sure you cover every aspect of the assignment listed below.


Final Project: Business Plan


Description

Using a topic of interest or an idea for a program, product, or service derived from your work setting prepare a business plan including all of the required components;

  1. Problem or need identification
  2. Product/service definition
  3. Market analysis
  4. Management plan and operating plan
  5. Financial analysis (be sure to include any grant opportunities that you may be able to identify)
  6. Timeline
  7. Conclusion and feasibility statement

Please use your readings, Discussions, and current experiences in your response.


Directions

The finished Assignment should be a 5–10 page descriptive business plan, excluding the title page and references. The viewpoint and purpose of this Assignment should be clearly established and sustained.

Use a 12 point font and double-space.

Before finalizing your work, you should:

  • be sure to

    read the Assignment description carefully

    (as displayed above)

  • consult the Grading Rubric

    (under the Course Home) to make sure you have included everything necessary; Attached below
  • utilize

    spelling

    and

    grammar check

    to minimize errors; and
  • review APA formatting and citation information found in the

    Writing Center,

    online, or elsewhere in the course.

Your writing assignment should:

  • follow the conventions of

    Standard American English

    (correct grammar, punctuation, etc.);
  • be

    well ordered, logical,

    and

    unified

    , as well as

    original and insightful

    ;
  • display

    superior content, organization, style,

    and

    mechanics

    ; and
  • use

    APA 6th edition

    format for organization, style, and crediting sources including:

    • properly formatted header
    • 12-point, double-spaced, Times New Roman font
    • use of in-text citations
    • title page and reference page
    • use of headings (if applicable)

THE FOLLOWING ARE EXAMPLES ONLY


What problem did you identify for your business plan?

With my business plan, I identified numerous problems……………………………..


What are you proposing to solve the problem with your business plan?

To solve the problem in a business plan, I will have to follow the subsequent steps……………………………Finally, I will have a strategic marketing place. Consequently, this will comprise an aggressive and strategic promotion plan.


Who is your competition?

My competitors will be other healthcare industries that will be offering the similar healthcare services……………….


How do you plan to market your solution?

I will deliver value and services to the customers………………

Unit 9: Business Plan
Introductory
Emergent
Practiced
0 -1.9
2 – 2.9
3 – 3.9
Does not provide a final
narrative of the actual problem
or need to be filled by your
proposed program, product, or
service.
Provides a final narrative of
the actual problem or need to
be filled by your proposed
program, product, or service is disorganized and lacks
clarity.
Provides a final narrative of
the actual problem or need to
be filled by your proposed
program, product, or service is brief and needs more detail.
Provides a
description of the
product,
program, or
service and how
it solves the
problem.
Does not provide a description
of the product, program, or
service and how it solves the
stated problem.
Provides a final comprehensive
description of the product,
program, or service and how it
solves the stated problem, but it
is superficial and lacks clarity.
Provides a description of the
product, program, or service and
how it solves the stated problem focus needs to be clearer.
Describes a
market analysis
that includes a
competitive
analysis and
identified
opportunities and
threats.
Does not describe a market
analysis that includes a
competitive analysis and identified
opportunities and threats.
Describes a market analysis that
includes a competitive analysis
and identified opportunities and
threats, but it is superficial and
lacks clarity.
Describes a market analysis that
includes a competitive analysis
and identified opportunities and
threats, but it needs more detail.
Does not describe a strategic
management plan and operating
plan.
Describes a strategic
Describes a strategic
management plan and operating management plan and operating
plan, but it is superficial and lacks plan, but it needs more detail.
clarity.
Does not provide a financial
analysis that includes budget
estimates and overall support of
the proposed program, product, or
service.
Provides a financial analysis that
includes some budget estimates
and overall support of the
proposed program, product, or
service.
Does not provide a realistic
timeline and rationale.
Provides a timeline and rationale, Provides a timeline and rationale,
but it is unrealistic.
but some of it is unrealistic.
Provides a
discussion of the
actual problem or
need to be filled
by proposed
program,
product, or
service.
Describes a
strategic
management
plan and
operating plan.
Provides a
financial analysis
that includes
budget estimates
and overall
support of the
proposed
program,
product, or
service.
Provides a
timeline and
rationale.
Provides a financial analysis that
includes most budget estimates
and overall support of the
proposed program, product, or
service.
Does not provide conclusion and
Provides a
conclusion and feasibility statement.
feasibility
statement.
Provides a conclusion and
feasibility statement, but it is
superficial and lacks clarity.
Provides a conclusion and
feasibility statement, but it needs
more detail.
Less than 5 pages.
NA
NA
Did not follow APA format. Overall
style is inadequate for formal,
professional work; many areas
needs need style improvement.
Major errors with APA formatting.
Overall style is adequate for
formal, professional work; some
areas need style improvement.
Text, title page, and references
page follow APA guidelines.
Minor references and grammar
errors. Overall style is consistent
with that expected of formal,
professional work with rare
exceptions.
100
4
Length
Format/Style
Total available points =
Grade points
Low
Rubric Score
High
Low
High
3,5
4,0
90
100
2,5
3,49
80
90
1,7
2,49
70
80
1,0
1,69
60
70
1,00
0
60
0,0
Plan
Proficient/Mastered
4
Provides a well-thought-out
and comprehensive
narrative of the actual
problem or need to be filled
by your proposed program,
product, or service.
Provides a comprehensive
description of the product,
program, or service and how it
solves the problem.
Clearly describes a market
analysis that includes multiple
competitive analyses and
identified opportunities and
threats.
Score
Weight
Final
Score
10%
0,00
10%
0,00
15%
0,00
15%
0,00
15%
0,00
10%
0,00
Clearly describes a realistic
strategic management plan and
operating plan.
Provides a complete financial
analysis that includes budget
estimates and overall support
of the proposed program,
product, or service.
Provides a practical and
realistic timeline and rationale.
Provides a realistic conclusion
and feasibility statement.
10%
0,00
5%
0,00
10%
0,00
100%
0,00
At least 5-10 pages.
Text, title page, and references
page follow APA guidelines. No
grammar, word usage, or
punctuation errors. Overall style
is consistent with professional
work.
Final Score
0
0,00%
Percentage
Percentage
Low
High
90%
100%
80%
89,99%
70%
79,99%
60%
69,99%
0
59,99%

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