Jill plans to expand her business and add gastrointestinal (GI), renal, and OB/GYN physicians as clients. She is also planning to hire additional physician billing associates. She asks you to develop some materials to help with their orientation. She wants you to develop a table that lists the body systems, organs in each body system, three diseases for each system, and the underlying physiology for those illness or diseases. She will then add some frequently used billing codes to the table and use this as part of her orientation for new physician billing associates. She asks you to do a draft first so she can see if she would like more or less information. You agree and decide to start with the integumentary, nervous, GI, urinary, and reproductive systems.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 10:52 pm ad1c9bdddf
Hi. I am attaching a table with this solution. This table lists the body systems, ...
This solution contains an Excel file that describes five common human organ systems. In a tabular form, the organs within each system are listed, followed by the common derangements and ailments encountered in the general setting in these systems. The document is written by a physician aimed at the general public to understand these diseases and help with, for example, orientation and billing purposes for medical office staff.
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I have to cover this topic: Select one specific disease associated with this organ system and explain how it affects the system and human health which is Respiratory.
Usung this important human organ systems: Respiratory
The human body is composed of a number of organ systems that work together to perform all the necessary functions of the body. Each organ system is comprised of a number of component organs that work together to accomplish certain tasks.
Imagine that you have been asked to provide an explanation about the structure and function of this system to a specific segment of the general public, perhaps a group of senior citizens, pregnant women, or student athletes, who want to learn more about normal functions of the human body as well as health concerns.View Full Posting Details