1. What is strategic planning and why is it an important tool in the health care industry? 2. Define the meaning of quality in the health care setting from both the provider and consumer perspective. Provide examples of poor quality of care and good quality care as experienced by you or someone you know and discuss how the l
Government and Private Insurance Identify and discuss the various types of private and/or social insurance available in and through your state and local government. Relate the application of social insurance to consumers based on their social and economic status using the profiles listed below. For which demographic(s) do gap
Implement an organization change create a proposed change to resolve the electronic medical record issue.
Problem Definition ? Define the problem that needs to be addressed in the action plan in detail. ? Summarize current research on the problem in the industry. ? Describe how the problem affects the overall management of the department and delivery of care within and external to the department. Expected Outcomes ? Provide
Please help with the following problem: List three issues and environmental forces facing human resource management in the health care setting today. Cite their impact and identify at least two current initiatives being used to overcome them.
Read the article attached and answer the following question: Where does the government's NHIN strategy fall on the political and economic spectrum of alternative approaches to health care policy?
What are the strengths and threats to the survival of the military health system. Could you summarize Tricare and detail its options for enrollees. What is Tricare's greatest threat and how can it be avoided?
NHIN strategy with an article provided that shows the problems with adapting all the systems of receiving alternative care. The information is summarized at the end of the article provided
Where does the government's NHIN strategy fall on the political and economic spectrum of alternative approaches to health care policy?As for the political ramifications, I see these as the major roadblocks: Cost containment: Interoperable EMR systems have the potential to eliminate waste and duplication of effort, streamline
What is the basis for the historic tension between the powers of the federal government and powers of states in public health matters? What actions have been taken?
A) What are ways that health care laws or regulations affect your health care organization or a healthcare organization with which you are familiar? B) What are the pros and cons of current state-by-state licensure versus a national licensure that has been discussed for health care professionals? C. Select and describe a f
What do you believe are the five most critical issues facing the health care system in the United Sates today? Explain why you would feel this way. In order to help you formulate your response, the following four websites had a ot of information on this topic.: - American Medical Association. Retrieved from www.ama-assn.org.
Describe in detail what systems or methods your health care organization uses to provide efficient access and sharing of essential information. Are the systems or methods effective? If so, describe why they are effective. If not, then describe why they are not and what could be done to improve them. Of the technology systems d
Read case study attached and answer following question: What would you change about these regulations if you were in charge at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services?
Select and describe a federal or state health care agency. What is the individual provider, organizational, and community effect of the agency you selected? I need help with 200 to 300 words, please.
Please read the attached case and give your opinion to the answers to questions 1-8 at the end of the selection.
Mandating insurance coverage: should it be by state, or should we have Universal healthcare funded by the government? This is an opinion solution that contains ideas about the cost of care, the confusion of laws between states and state funding deficits. The question of taxing the wealthiest Americans to help the government pay for this project would be in the best interest of the states, and the country as a whole.
Should the states be in the business of mandating insurance coverage? Do these regulations make consumers better off or worse off? This is an opinion question. In this solution, I felt that the consumers would have a worse time of it if states had their own laws for coverage. This is a big point of contention in the US. U
â?¢ Describe the dominant health care practices of Jamaicans and any areas of conflict between the cultural group and the health care system along with the implications for nurses and the health care delivery system. â?¢ Analyze the usefulness of a cultural assessment theory and tool you for this assignment and describe i
Discuss specific health and illness needs of the Jamaicans. Use epidemiologic data to support this section along with data from your research on health problems of this cultural group. Discuss the management of health and illness needs. How does this cultural group manage their health and illness needs? How do they interact w
Students of health care administration need to understand the "three major concerns" of medical care. Great health care organizations and great health care systems address these three major concerns effectively and efficiently, but it is not easy. What are these three major concerns, and why is it so hard to get them all right a
You have been asked by the hospital's Board of Director's to prepare a Risk Management Plan that will help to develop a culture of safety throughout Little Falls Hospital. The plan should address the National Patient Safety Goals and strategies to be implemented throughout the organization. Prepare a 750-word summary of the impo
What is your relationship with your target customer or patient? How would you evaluate the customer or patient in a new light from a marketing perspective?
Please help with the following problem. Provide at least 300 words in the solution. Include a reference. Explain the problem presented by selection bias for research on the effects of HMOs.
1. How will the Baby Boomer generation impact health care organizations? 2. Explain why patient access is a problem in our current health care system.
Give the description of 3 operating systems list below that can be used in health care delivery. Windows Unix Mac OS What are their advantage and disadvantage ? what benefits does one provide over the other? what are the pitfalls that a professional must be aware of?
What are the differences or similarities of Milio's framework to the nursing process?
select a healthcare organization in Texas or anywhere For this assignment , identify and select an information or communication procedure in the organization that involves the communication and or sharing of information between departments. Describe the information exchange procedure and its purpose. Identify key Input
Provide a historical context of evidence of continuous change in health care systems. Identify the potential reason for some of those changes. What are the positive and negative effects of these changes?
What impact has an increased immigrant population had upon the health care system?
Mrs. Siegal has two alternative activities to help relieve her backache. In the first, she can visit a physiotherapist. The total time for a physiotherapist visit, including travel and waiting, is two hours. Mrs. Siegal earns a wage of $20 an hour. Physiotherapists charge $50 per visit, and Mrs. Siegal does not have any health i
Explain the disparities in price levels (and not mere poverty) that are key to accessing some drugs in the global markets. These disparities mean that a Tanzanian worker would have to earn 500 hours of wages to get a course of first-line tuberculosis treatment, compared with the one hour of wages necessary for a Swiss worker.