NURS FPX 4900 Assessment 5 Intervention Presentation and Capstone Video Reflection

NURS FPX 4900 Assessment 5 Intervention Presentation and Capstone Video Reflection

Intervention Presentation and Capstone Video Reflection

I presented my approved intervention to a hypertension patient, reflected on my practicum experience, and assessed my personal and professional growth throughout the capstone project. I used evidence-based practices and healthcare technology to plan and implement my capstone project and evaluated the impact of health policies on the project. Additionally, I assessed whether the project outcomes matched my initial predictions and demonstrated my provision of ethical care and adherence to professional standards. Finally, I identified specific growth areas that I am particularly proud of the standards I have set for myself and how they have positively contributed to my overall growth and development.

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Contribution of an Intervention to Patient

As part of my practicum experience, I worked with David, a patient with hypertension, to develop an intervention plan focused on lifestyle modifications and medication management. This plan aimed to improve David’s quality of life and satisfaction. To assess the contribution of the intervention to David’s satisfaction and quality of life, I spent nine practicum hours discussing his progress and obtaining feedback. During these sessions, I asked David about his experience with the intervention plan and any changes he noticed in his condition or quality of life. I also asked him about his satisfaction with the care he received and whether he felt the plan fulfilled his individual needs (Bright et al., 2023).

David provided positive feedback and indicated that he felt the intervention plan was beneficial in managing his hypertension. He reported feeling more empowered and motivated to make lifestyle changes and that the medication adjustments helped manage his blood pressure. David also noted that he appreciated the educational materials and resources and felt more informed about his condition and its management (Huang et al., 2023).

In terms of his quality of life, David reported feeling more energetic and less tired, attributed to lifestyle modifications and medication adjustments. He also reported feeling more in control of his condition and more confident in managing it (Fernandez-Lazaro et al., 2019). David’s feedback suggested that the intervention plan contributed positively to his satisfaction and quality of life. His feedback was fair and unbiased, supported by objective measures such as blood pressure readings. My practicum experience with David allowed me to apply the knowledge and skills I acquired during my capstone project to real-world patient care. Through my intervention plan and the feedback obtained from David, I could assess the impact of the intervention on his satisfaction and quality of life. This experience highlights the importance of patient-centered care and the value of individualized interventions in improving patient outcomes (Engle et al., 2019).

Evidence-Based Planning

Throughout my capstone project, I utilized various sources of evidence and peer-reviewed literature to guide my project planning and implementation. In particular, I relied on online databases such as PubMed, CINAHL, and Cochrane Library to identify relevant research studies and articles. To ensure the quality and credibility of these sources, I applied the CRAAP test (Currency, Relevance, Authority, Accuracy, and Purpose) to evaluate each source before integrating it into my project. By utilizing evidence-based practice principles, I ensured that my project was grounded in the best available research and would lead to improved patient outcomes (Oermann et al., 2020).

NURS FPX 4900 Assessment 5 Intervention Presentation and Capstone Video Reflection

Based on the evidence gathered, I developed an intervention plan tailored to David’s needs and incorporated evidence-based strategies for managing hypertension. The plan included lifestyle modifications such as exercise and healthy eating, medication management adjustments, and patient education to promote self-management (Avegno et al., 2023). Throughout the implementation of the intervention plan, I remained vigilant in monitoring the latest research and clinical guidelines, ensuring that my plan for David’s care was evidence-based and aligned with current best practices. Additionally, I actively sought feedback from David and his family, incorporating their input to tailor the plan to their needs and goals (Dowell, 2022). Evidence-based practice was crucial to my capstone project planning and implementation for David’s hypertension. By relying on the latest research and clinical guidelines, I developed and implemented a tailored intervention plan that effectively managed David’s hypertension and improved his quality of life. Evidence-based practice was crucial in developing a tailored intervention plan that managed David’s hypertension effectively and improved his quality of life (Quanbeck, 2019).

Use Health Care Technology

In my capstone project for David’s hypertension, I leveraged healthcare technology to improve outcomes and communication. Specifically, I utilized telehealth technologies to remotely monitor David’s blood pressure, medication adherence, and lifestyle modifications. Implementing the Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) was instrumental in my capstone project for David’s hypertension. EPS allowed for seamless and efficient electronic prescribing, reducing medication errors and improving medication management for David. This technology-enabled system streamlined the prescription process, ensuring accuracy, convenience, and enhanced patient safety. The integration of wearable devices played a significant role in my capstone project for David’s hypertension. These devices provided real-time monitoring of vital signs and allowed for remote patient monitoring, enabling timely interventions and personalized care. Through a mobile application, David could track his blood pressure readings and receive personalized feedback and recommendations based on his readings. This allowed him to manage his condition better and make informed decisions about his care (Kappes et al., 2023).

I also utilized secure messaging and video conferencing to communicate with David and his family. This allowed for real-time communication and improved accessibility, especially for individuals with difficulty traveling to in-person appointments. The use of technology in David’s care also improved the efficiency and effectiveness of our communication. For example, I quickly provided educational resources and support materials through the mobile application, which helped reinforce his understanding of his condition and its management. Overall, using healthcare technology in David’s hypertension care improved outcomes and communication. By leveraging telehealth technologies, we improved accessibility, efficiency, and effectiveness of care. David could better manage his hypertension and feel more supported and empowered in his care (Drake et al., 2022). In conclusion, healthcare technology is a powerful tool for improving patient outcomes and communication. Through my capstone project, I successfully leveraged telehealth technologies to improve David’s hypertension care and ultimately contribute to better outcomes for him (Drake et al., 2022).

Use of Technology in Future

The use of healthcare technology in David’s hypertension care was successful, and there is always room for improvement. One area that could be improved upon is the integration of various technologies to create a more comprehensive and streamlined approach to care. For example, integrating the mobile application used for blood pressure monitoring with electronic health records could provide a complete picture of David’s health status and allow for more informed decision-making ( Huang et al., 2023). Additionally, wearable technology, such as smartwatches, could allow for even more real-time monitoring and data collection, further improving the efficiency and effectiveness of care. Overall, continued exploration and integration of new technologies can revolutionize healthcare and improve outcomes for patients like David (Liao et al., 2019).

Health Policy Influence 

Health policy, specifically the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), greatly influenced the planning and implementation of my capstone project for David’s hypertension care. HIPAA regulations dictate how healthcare providers can use and share patients’ protected health information (PHI), including blood pressure readings, medication information, and lifestyle modifications (CDC, 2019). To ensure compliance with HIPAA regulations, I took several measures in my project planning and implementation. First, I ensured that any technology used in David’s care met HIPAA standards for secure data transmission and storage. This included using encrypted messaging and video conferencing tools and implementing two-factor authentication for login credentials (CDC, 2019)

Additionally, I obtained David’s informed consent for using technology in his care and explained the potential risks and benefits of sharing his PHI through these tools. I also ensured that any third-party applications or services used in David’s care had HIPAA-compliant privacy policies (Bassan, 2020). HIPAA regulations also influenced how I communicated with David and his family members. I avoided sharing PHI over unsecured channels, such as email or text messaging and instead utilized secure messaging and video conferencing tools (Bassan, 2020). Overall, the impact of health policy, specifically HIPAA, on my capstone project for David’s hypertension care was significant. Compliance with HIPAA regulations was paramount in ensuring the security and privacy of David’s PHI and promoting trust and transparency in our care relationship (Bassan, 2020).

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) was another important policy influencing my capstone project. The ACA emphasizes the importance of preventive care, including regular blood pressure screenings and management for conditions like hypertension. By implementing technology tools to monitor David’s blood pressure and communicate with him about his care, my capstone project aligned with the ACA’s focus on preventive care and improved patient health outcomes (Ercia, 2021).

Contribution of My Project to Policy Development

My project for David’s hypertension care focused on providing him with high-quality, technology-enabled care that complied with health policy regulations. It also had potential contributions to policy development. By demonstrating the effectiveness of technology-enabled care, my project could inform future policy decisions regarding the use of technology in healthcare. Specifically, it could highlight the benefits of integrating technology into care plans for chronic conditions like hypertension, including increased patient engagement, improved data collection and monitoring, and more streamlined communication between patients and providers (Samal et al., 2021).

NURS FPX 4900 Assessment 5 Intervention Presentation and Capstone Video Reflection

 Additionally, my project’s compliance with HIPAA regulations could be an example for other healthcare providers seeking to use technology in their care plans while protecting patient privacy and security. By contributing to the evidence base for technology-enabled care and demonstrating compliance with health policy regulations, my project can inform future policy decisions and improve care for patients like David (Samal et al., 2021).

Observations Related to Nurse Role

David’s hypertension care highlighted the critical role of baccalaureate-prepared nurses in policy implementation and development. As healthcare providers, we ensure compliance with health policy regulations and promote evidence-based practices in care delivery. By leveraging technology to improve care and ensure compliance with HIPAA regulations, I demonstrated the importance of baccalaureate-prepared nurses in policy implementation. Additionally, my project had the potential to contribute to policy development by highlighting the benefits of technology-enabled care and providing an example of HIPAA-compliant care delivery (Frey & Chiu, 2021).

Initial Predictions and Outcomes

Initial Predictions

 As I began my capstone project for David’s hypertension care, I predicted using technology-enabled care would improve his outcomes, including blood pressure control and overall quality of life. I also predicted compliance with HIPAA regulations would be achievable without compromising the quality of care provided (Bassan, 2020).

Outcomes and Their Comparison with the Predictions

 After spending nine hours with David and implementing my intervention, I found that my predictions were largely accurate. David’s blood pressure was better controlled, and he reported feeling more engaged and empowered in his care. 

The Intervention as a Best Practice

My capstone project demonstrates the potential for technology-enabled care to improve outcomes for patients with chronic conditions like hypertension. We can create more personalized and effective care plans by leveraging technology to collect and monitor patient data, provide education and support, and facilitate communication with healthcare providers (Haleem et al., 2021).

Generalizability of the Intervention

 While my capstone project was focused on David’s hypertension care, the intervention could be generalizable to other chronic conditions and patient populations. Technology-enabled care and compliance with HIPAA regulations are best practices that can improve outcomes and protect patient privacy and security. By demonstrating the effectiveness and feasibility of these practices, my project can inform future interventions and contribute to developing best practices in healthcare (Bassan, 2020).

Personal and Professional Growth 

Throughout my project, I have experienced significant personal and professional growth. One area where I have demonstrated growth is in my ability to provide ethical care to patients. As a nurse, respecting patients’ autonomy and ensuring their values and beliefs are incorporated into their care plans. Through my capstone project with David, I learned how to use technology to respect his privacy and security while providing personalized and effective care. This experience helped me to develop a deeper understanding of the ethical considerations that arise in healthcare (Molina & Gallo, 2020).

NURS FPX 4900 Assessment 5 Intervention Presentation and Capstone Video Reflection

Regarding professional standards, I have learned the importance of staying up-to-date with evidence-based practice and incorporating this knowledge into my care plans. Through my capstone project, I identified best practices for hypertension care and implemented them feasibly and effectively. I also developed my communication skills, learning to effectively collaborate with healthcare providers and patients to achieve positive outcomes. One area of growth I am particularly proud of is my ability to take a leadership role in healthcare. Through my capstone project and the RN-to-BSN program, I have developed skills in project management, critical thinking, and problem-solving. I can now use these skills to identify healthcare improvement areas and take action to make positive changes (Mayo Clinic, 2021). Overall, the program has provided valuable opportunities for personal and professional growth. Through my capstone project, I could apply the knowledge and skills I learned in the program to a real-world healthcare setting. This experience helped me become a more confident and competent nurse, and I am excited to continue growing and developing my healthcare provider skills (Mayo Clinic, 2021).


This assessment allowed me to reflect on my nursing practice and growth throughout the RN-to-BSN program, including my care for David and his hypertension. Through my capstone project, I was able to leverage evidence-based practice and healthcare technology to improve outcomes for David. I also gained valuable experience in policy implementation and development. Using leadership approaches to ensure compliance with HIPAA regulations and promote ethical care. Overall, this assessment allowed me to identify personal and professional growth areas and appreciate the impact of my education and training on my nursing practice.


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