Consider the following questions as your begin the analysis and after you've completed it:
As you examine the situation in the case, what questions come to mind; what else do you need to know?
What is the focus of the case, e.g., the main theme(s), issue(s), or problem(s)?
What assumptions are in place; are they open to question?
What are your evaluations of the decisions and actions in the case; what criteria did you use to evaluate?
As a consumer health informatician, what would your recommendations be for decision makers and planners; e.g., what are the range of decision options that they could consider?
How would you explain the case outcome(s)?
What are some rational possible alternative plans and/or actions?
What are your takeaways or lessons from the case; what are their limits of relevance beyond the context of the case, i.e., to what extent can you generalize your takeaways?