this Application Assignment, you will: 1) complete a cost-effective analysis using the data provided in this week’s course documents, 2) create a 9- to 12-slide PowerPoint presentation of your CEA results, and 3) prepare a 1- to 2-page document containing your presentation talking points. Please be aware that you will submit three files for this assignment. Part I: The CEA Using the data provided in the Splendid Hills Hospital scenario, insert the fixed and variable costs associated with each CAM alternative into the spreadsheet. The data will be entered into the cells shaded green. Do not enter data in the cells shaded in red. The spreadsheet will automatically calculate annual costs. Once you have your cost results, you and the committee will be able to propose the most cost-effective CAM alternative. Save your results in the Excel spreadsheet for submission. Part II: The Presentation of the CEA In order to communicate your results, you will prepare a professional presentation for delivery to the members of the senior leadership team. You will prepare a PowerPoint slide deck comprised of 9–12 slides (not including title and reference slides). The following are the minimum slide expectations: Title slide Discuss the concept of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) Identify the three CAM alternatives being considered with brief of each Identify the purpose and assumptions associated with a cost-effective analysis (CEA) Share why a CEA was appropriate for determining the CAM alternative Identify the FC, VC, and TC for acupuncture Identify the FC, VC, and TC for massage therapy Identify the FC, VC, and TC for spinal manipulation Discuss which alternative is considered the most cost-effective given the CEA results Discuss and support your recommendations for assessing the clinical outcomes following the rollout of your chosen CAM alternative References slide Refer back to the Optional Resources, in Week 1, if you need a refresher on using PowerPoint. Part III: Talking Points It is important that professional PowerPoint slides remain uncluttered. Having talking points, or notes, to accompany your slides helps provide your audience with additional information while maintaining uncluttered visuals. For each of your content slides (not the title and reference slide), write a brief paragraph explaining the information on the slide. Then, compile these paragraphs into a 1- to 2-page document for submission. Your written assignments must follow APA guidelines