Healthcare Quality Improvement Trends in Saudi Arabia

Healthcare Quality Improvement Trends in Saudi Arabia
For this assignment, you will conduct a review on the implementation of the Saudi Vision 2030 goals of healthcare quality improvement in Saudi Arabia.
Identify three goals that have already been initiated.
Prepare a PowerPoint presentation detailing the following:
Discuss in detail the quality improvement goals that have been initiated and the intended outcomes to quality (identify 3 goals with explaining each one, and add example for clearfication and at the end discusse the intended outcomes to quality of each goal)
Identify and examine the health sectors that are most impacted by these initiatives (mention at lest 3 sectors for each initiatives and explain how it impacted its better to give examples)
Discuss any major opportunities that are still present in working towards the continuous improvement of these initiatives (identfiy two opportunities, explain them and add example for each)
Discuss what tools would be most useful in the quality improvement process of these initiatives (at lest 2 tools and explain how it will be useful with example for each)
Your PowerPoint presentation should meet the following requirements:
Include 10 slides, not including your title and reference slides.
Each slide must provide detailed speakers notes,
with a minimum of 100 words per slide.
Notes must draw from and cite from updated (2017-2022) scholarly articles not websites.
In-text citation should be stated in the Notes section of the slide in which they appear.
Provide support for your statements with citations from a minimum of nine updated (2017-2022) scholarly articles not websites.
Formatted per APA 7th edition and Saudi Arabia Electronic University formatting guidelines. Attached file no.1 APA
Utilize headings to organize the content of your work.
Professional design and transitions.
brief, logic, cohesive slide content and representative what included in the speaker note.
Charts, pictures or others should be citted