Interventions of Managing Hypertension


Program Evaluation: Interventions of Managing Hypertension

Program Background and Expected Outcomes

Management of hypertension requires a very strategic approach in such a way that implementation of change or outcome development is precise and successful, otherwise, it could be mute. The applicable intervention for this health issue is the use of digital technology with social cognitive hence a look at the definition of personal experiences, behavior, and medical behavior environment. Therefore, the outcome of the intervention that is presented is to make sure that there is improvement in the data use to improve patient care and medication in hypertension patients hence reducing deaths and CVDs related complications (Fort et al., 2021).

Evaluation Design

The project completion is determined by a need for monitoring throughout from the point of admission to the outcome determination. As such, the understanding of the change throughout the time will be actualized through the utilization of outcome development within strategy reformation. The long-term applicability of the design for the evaluation allows for progressive determination of caregiving to hypertension patients. Therefore, the evaluation design that would be used in this project will be randomized tests. The randomization involved the control of source for bias in a way that allows confidence in the outcomes from the patients. The aim is to improve the extent of nursing care and thus the involvement of the healthcare practitioners in changing the system in a way that allows leveling up on the change in behavior towards data use in hypertension medication (Patel. et al., 2021).

Evaluation Needs

The program intends to allow for prevention of the diseases that could lead to death. In the utilization of the digital intervention, the development of medication is the end goal within the twelve months. In this way, the use of mixed-methods evaluation procedures that would be employed is the outcome evaluation with the integration of impact evaluation (Huber, 2011). Therefore, looking at the indicators, the outcome evaluation, the aspect to consider are:

· Changes that have occurred during the participation process and can be weighed

· Identification of short-term accomplishment of the program

· Determination of the program effectiveness hence replicable

On the other hand, in looking at impact evaluation, the aspects to consider are:

· Whether there are long term changes of the primary care

· Examination of the extent of change and reduction of the issue generally within a given period

· Questioning of the systemic changes with the degree of confidence attributed

Evaluation Methodology

By considering the questions under the evaluation needs, the randomization will involve a multi-step process with three aspects that would be used in frequency outcome measures (McManus et al., 2021). Since most of the outcomes are tied to the hypertension patients, there will be one after the before and after the intervention and the potential follow-up after several months of the intervention.