Develop an FFA that includes likely compelling forces (goals) and hindering forces (barriers) of the three actions you have selected that require improvement.

Develop a force field analysis (FFA). FFA is a method for listing, discussing, and assessing the various forces for and against a proposed change. FFA encourages you to look at the big picture by assessing all of the forces impacting the change and weighing the pros and cons. Having identified these, you can then develop strategies to reduce the impact of the opposing forces and strengthen the supporting forces. FFA is especially useful when you want to overcome resistance to change and to define and resolve a quality issue in the healthcare environment. Address the following critical elements in your paper:
II. Force Field Analysis
a) Develop an FFA that includes likely compelling forces (goals) and hindering forces (barriers) of the three actions you have selected that require improvement
The three actions to address in the chart are:
Quality Improvement Goals:
-Determine the goal of: making improvements to existing health information technology (HIT)
-Determine the goal of making improvements to patients\’ access to care
-Determine the goal of encouraging increased engagement/activation from patients and their families
b) Once you have determined the goals and barriers for the three actions that require improvement, create a table of goals and corresponding barriers, including the title of the improvement project.