What is risk management? What are the components of a risk management program? How can the risk management process reduce organizational risk? What are the roles and responsibilities of a risk manager as well as those of the clinical delivery team, including physicians? What are the regulatory requirements and standards associat
-Research the Internet for key words such as "Health" and "Health Policy" and select a policy topic that is of interest to you. Review different topics and ideas at The Kaiser Family Foundation, Kaiser EDU.org., Health Policy Topics List, June 28, 2010 available at: WEB LINK: http://www.kaiseredu.org/topics_index.asp -After c
There are a variety of communication modalities available to health care consumers and health care providers. These modalities and venues of communication may entail benefits and challenges to both consumers and providers. Select one communication modality used for marketing in health care. - Identify one specific mode of
Select 3 terms related to economics and discuss how these terms compare to each other in the world of healthcare economics specifically. Some examples of terms are resources, quality, technology, and costs.
Use 200-300 words to discuss this question, minimum of 1 reference, APA. What is the need for a steering committee in the health care system? What key members in a health care organization should always be included in a steering committee?
What assumptions are used in assessing, say, prevalence of obesity among children and adolescents in Los Angeles County? What information is needed or useful in planning Interventions in Community Health? Identify information that could be used in public policy training.
1. Summarize and synthesize the most recent Medicare related legislation. What impact this will have on the involved stakeholders (i.e., patients, providers, third-party payers). 2 . Provide a forecast for Medicare Reform Include a prediction of how this Medicare legislation will impact the life of the Medicare program.
1-Should individuals with preexisting conditions be able to purchase health insurance at the same cost as those without such conditions? Why or why not? 2-What are the advantages of conducting a cost-benefit analysis on a new health care service an insurance company is considering, such as screening for prostate cancer as a c
Identify and evaluate the ethical principles used in resolving ethical dilemmas, and to apply the principles to specific ethical issues that may have professional, sociological, economic, legal or political implications. Specifically, from a standpoint of resource allocation, write a paper in which you take a position on why
How does the external environment (stakeholders, regulations, accrediting agencies, etc.) affect the policymaking process in health care?
What is the greatest difficulty of the National Center for Healthcare Leadership in achieving their vision and mission? Suggest one action that would help overcome the difficulties in achieving the vision and mission.
Use the wheel of retailing concept to explain the evolution and market growth of a neighborhood urgent care medical center that treats minor emergencies. You may want to include an attachment with the visual of the wheel with your response.
Question: Discuss five health information technology (HIT) roles and provide a brief description of each. How do their responsibilities differ from each other?
I need help. I don't know how to start on this project. I don't know what a scholarly composition is or how I should go about starting this. Do I just answer the questions below? Prepare a scholarly composition using references to support your thoughts and ideas. Denote the source of information included in your respo
1. Perform a literature search on the current health care issue of Managed Care. Find an article and summarize the article (200 words). 2. Research a possible solution to the current health care economic issue of Managed Care. The solution does not need to be extensive, but must represent the solution identified in the resear
If you were asked to design an idealized educational program for incumbent managers to enhance their overall effectiveness what would it look like? What type of problems would you anticipate and how would the training program resolve or mitigate these problems?
For many years, healthcare organizations, as well as traditional businesses, have been frustrated that high customer satisfaction scores do not necessarily lead to higher levels of profitability or sales. Explain why this inconsistency tends to exist.
Explain the concept of "benchmarking " for health care organizations. What is it? How is it used? What is the process?
In your own words, give detailed recommendations of how human resources can apply conflict resolution training in their organizations. Present new ideas/synthesis.
Do you agree or disagree with the phrase "Know Thy Partner"? One of the biggest mistakes that can occur in an alliance is to assume that your partner feels the same way you do about the alliance. Know your partners strategic goals and tell them your goals to see their reaction. Engage early and look for early warning signs, and
A Children's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, has long been considered an outstanding medical center specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric problems. This facility is linked academically to the Harvard University Medical School. Conduct a brief SWOT analysis for the Children's Hospital in light of the present
An orthopedic group practice has decided to develop a pediatric sports medicine program. Identify potential target markets for this new service. What are some of the uncontrollable environmental factors to consider?
Discuss the adequacies or inadequacies of the current system of public health surveillance in the United States. What would you identify as areas that need immediate address and in what areas is the United States exemplary? "Public health surveillance is the ongoing, systematic collection, analysis, interpretation, and di
What is an example of a quality improvement measure; what would be a potential indicator?
Using "Bloom's Taxonomy and Critical Thinking," analyze the effect of conflict resolution training by a human resources department in a healthcare organization. Please use an APA style of writing. In addition, provide a minimum of 5-7 peer-reviewed materials and scholarly journals. Please see "Blooms Taxonomy and Critical Thi
What are the privacy requirements under HIPAA? Explain why confidentiality of health information has been a controversial public policy issue. Give a real world example. How can health information be better protected? Research and present two real life strategies that have been successfully implemented within the last five years
Does individual motivation and satisfaction contribute to an organizations ability to coordinate work?
Does individual motivation and satisfaction contribute to an organizations ability to coordinate work? Managers play a large role in motivating people that they are leading. By keeping the individuals informed not only of the rewards that will be earned due to good performance, but keeping them informed of the organizations
- Government insurance - Inmate care A. Compare how over time Government insurance and Inmate care payment models have influenced the cost of health care to the nation as part of the gross domestic product. B. How is this effect different from self-pay insurance and employer insurance? C. Discuss the various models of
Reflecting on an international health issue that has appeared in the media recently. Could this issue have been prevented? Why or why not?
Please provide some comments, ideas, and suggestions on the impact of globalization on Human Resources Departments in healthcare organizations.