Start by writing a summary that defines major points you want to include in the elevator speech. This summary should be supported with scholarly references and properly formatted to meet the rubric standards. Use the summary to identify significant talking points that you will use for your elevator speech. Post a 2- to 3-paragraph draft of an “elevator speech” designed to both educate and “sell” decision makers on the healthcare product or service you have proposed. Your elevator speech summary should address what you believe are the significant talking points necessary to educate decision makers and other stakeholders on the benefits of your idea as well as clarify the business case. Remember, an elevator speech should be approximately 30-60 seconds.
The healthcare product is implementation of an EHR in an urban district hospital.