Provide a comprehensive program plan that includes its objectives (that is, measurable improvements in behavior, performance, process, or a tangible item that will result from your program); ethical and legal considerations and their anticipated effect on healthcare reimbursement, policy, and governance; anticipated issue-related outcomes and your plan to address them; how your identified resources will support the success of the program;
target population being served (if applicable); and a timeline for meeting program objectives.
Provide a detailed description of the activities leading to achieving the objectives identified, including your rationale behind their selection, their sequence, and your reasoning behind why these methods may work.
VI. Evaluation Methodologies
Provide a comprehensive description of how your organization (and potential funders) will know the program is successful. Items to consider include methods for measuring success, who will be performing the evaluation, and how the methods will be selected. You should also include your plan for gathering data, using test instruments, analyzing data, using evaluation for program improvements, and any specific evaluation reports that should be produced.