WRITE A PAPER ON YOUR DIABETIC EDUCATION AND COACHING-SERVICE BRIEF.

WRITE A PAPER ON YOUR DIABETIC EDUCATION AND COACHING-SERVICE BRIEF.Complete the following using the attached “Service Plan Brief” template to support the area of need you have identified:A. Provide an introduction to your service idea that includes the following:1. Describe your service idea and the purpose of the service.2. Explain why the service will be important to the population it will serve.B. Provide a market analysis that includes the following factors:• the target population• potential referral bases• potential competitors for the planned serviceC. Using an inter professional approach, analyze the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) to the service.• four internal factors that are potential strengths of the service idea• four internal factors that are potential weaknesses of the service idea• four external factors that are potential opportunities for the service idea• four external factors that are potential threats to the service idea1. Discuss how the results of this SWOT analysis could be used to maximize opportunities and minimize threats.D. Perform a cost-benefit analysis of the service idea that identifies three costs and three benefits for each of the following areas:• the organization• operations• the client/patient• the staff• technologyE. Complete a risk assessment that describes five risks that may adversely affect the success of the service plan.1. Discuss the overall results of the risk assessment and strategies that could be used to minimize each of the five identified risks.F. Analyze the financial projections of the service plan. Include the following in your analysis:• A discussion of the revenue projections for the first year• An explanation of the methods that will be used to generate revenue for the service1. Discuss the financial payers for the service.a. Graph how you predict the service will grow.
G. Provide an operational expense budget including a description of personnel expenses and other-than-personnel expenses.