You are a medical billing specialist in a busy medical office. Your boss has asked you to train the newly hired billing specialists on how to bill and code for a cardiology practice. Using cardiology as the focus of your research, give a brief overview of the billing for which a cardiology practice is responsible. The typ
Please provide the correct answer and an explanation. This is for review. Thank you. 1-True or False: Ideology cannot show objective changes. 2- True or False: Nerve impulse changes cause part of the changes in iris appearance. 3- True or False: Past health changes are shown in the middle portion of the iris. 4-
1. What actions would you suggest to improve the diet and fitness level of the average American? 2. Discuss the frequency, intensity and duration of various exercise activities that improve strength, flexibility, endurance and body fat reduction. 3. Discuss the role of diet in weight gain and obesity? Provide effective s
Personal Health Assessment Paper 1. Identify which three of the six dimensions of health are your strongest. 2. Describe why you feel the identified three dimensions are your strongest areas. 3. Choose one of the three remaining dimensions you feel needs improvement. Briefly discuss why that dimension is important fo
"We are in the midst of a chronic disease epidemic of unparalleled proportions. This epidemic is fueled both by the aging of the U.S. population and by the poor lifestyle choices that Americans continue to make". (http://www.healthierus.gov/steps/summit/prevportfolio/power/index.html) 1. How do health promotion and wellnes
Design a health promotion program for individuals in the workplace or in school that results in increased physical or psychological well-being. ? Define the following characteristics of your target population: o Occupation and location (or school level) o Age range (or grade levels) o Education range (or grade le
OT and the Promotion of Health and the Prevention of Disease and Disability: Community Based Occupational Therapy: Select a condition RA, stoke, a mental illness examples etc. and provide an example of a health promotion and disease prevention program that could be implemented in the community (for community members who ar
I learned from past reading about the anatomy of the spine. Low back pain is a common ailment experienced by the population as a whole and specifically with the athletic population. Core strengthening is commonly recommended as a treatment and/or prevention method for low back pain. Please read the article entitled, "Hip muscle
HRM activities involve the acquisition and utilization of human resources: Planning Recruiting Selecting Training and Development Utilizing Rewarding Your Task for this module: The organization is St. Josephs Health Centre. *Which one (choose only one) of the above is best implemented? Explain?
Hello, Situational leadership allows an individual to adopt different leadership styles depending on the situation. Blanchard and Hersey (1977), produced a model for situational leadership, which allows you to analyze the needs of the situation an individual is dealing with and then adopt the most appropriate style of leader
Deb, We have being working with the OPT MODEL for a while, which integrates several interdependent components of performance enhancement and injury prevention programs. Could you provide some feedback on the following questions. See attachment 1. Application 1. In your experiences, which training components have been the
Putting all together and working with a client to identify movement compensations is the approach to develop an individualized corrective exercise program, implement the program, and finally perform a re-assessment to see if your program was successful. What are your thoughts about this subject matter. I have a lot ideas but
1. In your opinion why is the prevalence of oblique strains continuing to increase? 2. What can be done to decrease the incidence of this injury? 3. How can you apply this information to your profession? 4. In your opinion is this type of injury only related to throwing athletes? P.S. I will be sending you an article soon
Hey Deb, Could you please give me your opinion on this matter (see attachment). You do not have to do any workout or facilitate any workout to any client. Just give me your opinion. It should be obvious that some exercises are more difficult to perform than others. Thanks. Let me know if you have any question. I
So many of the pathological conditions we'll collectively see clinically are the result of poor control of static, translational and/or dynamic posture. More and more people are increasing the time spent in a seated position, working on computer-assisted projects. (Does this sound familiar to the web-based student?) This prolong
Could you give me your intake on this assignment, including the articles? I am looking forward for your observations on the articles below. Regards. ------------------------------------ Your position on this topic has likely shaped your entire clinical application model for performance enhancement, injury prevention, rec
Do you see yourself changing or rearranging anything after reading the article? I think it is a great article I follow this in my daily life. Thank you.
Debate on this subject continues to a topic of ongoing discussions among health and fitness professionals, often polarizing their applications of flexibility training. Through your reading/experience/research, you've been exposed to a continuum of flexibility and stretching techniques. e.g (static streecing, SMR neuromuscular st
Although it may be impossible to fully eliminate injuries from sport and recreational activities, through clinical research integrated training has been shown to lower injury risk, and make sports safer to participate in. From your experience, what single aspect of injury prevention is most important? How have you addressed it?
Plyometrics are a great type of exercise with the right population. Do you use plyometrics in your practice? Do you think the younger population should be introduced to plyometrics? THANK YOU!
Example scenario: This is a 34-year-old male working a full-time sales position (Monday thru Friday, 9am to 5pm) located in an office building. He goes out to do sales calls three days per week during work hours. When not working he has typical household duties to attend to. He is not married and has no children. He likes bikin
What are some considerations for a safe and effective exercise program.
Does the plan recommend exercise? If so, what does it suggest? Does the plan promote any sort of behavior modification? If so, what does it suggest?
How does the role of activity and fitness relate to the Six Dimensions of Wellness? What are the top five components of a sound fitness program, and what role does each components play in individual fitness? Please provide references. Thank you.
*body composition and assessment: a)calculate the % body fat from the following data:-triceps=20, subs apular=25, suprailiac=19, skin fold=?, % body fat=? b)i)my waist to hip ratio 0.76 inche, where the recommended standard is 0.84 or less. and my BMI(body mass index) is 21.67, where the recommended standard is between 22 to 2
1. Evaluate a Fitness Program Stroller Strides (which can be found at http://www.strollerstrides.com/index.html). Please explain your ratings. Start with 100 points and subtract the points indicated for shortcomings. a. Does the program include sufficient aerobic exercise for cardiovascular fitness (about 20 minutes, 3 da
Your maternal aunt is 50 years old and has just been informed by her physician that she has a borderline high blood pressure of 145/102. She is quite worried as your maternal grandparents had high blood pressure that partly the cause of their passing at ages 60 and 62. Your aunt enjoys eating a hearty meal of meat and all the t
Can exercise testing predict the risk of death? What are the implications of exercise for heart patients? I am looking for an article that addresses this topic. Thank you.
What would be objective indications of coronary heart disease during a graded exercise test, and how the results of such a test can be utilized in the cardiac rehabilitation exercise prescription?
Could someone please discuss the practical implications for testing and knowing that someone has significantly lower economy of movement (mechanical efficiency) during running than they should? [This is the second time I have posted this problem because I did not understand the first response which stated ATP. But what does i