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Portfolio Analysis for market position of healthcare organization

In a portfolio analysis, the market position of a health care organization is examined in terms of its market share and rate of service category growth. Select the hospital of choice from any hospital currently operating in the United States, and perform a portfolio analysis on it. Be sure to identify at least 8-10 product

Management and Leadership Theories in Nursing

One of the five elements of emotional intelligence is self-awareness. What behaviors would someone with strong self-awareness demonstrate within the context of leading and managing groups? Provide an example. please supply references.

Boiled Frog, Strategic Management, & Healthcare

The "boiled frog" phenomenon is a business term of significance to business in general and to strategic management in particular. Based on research, describe how this phenomenon applies to business and particularly to strategic management? Share a specific business/company example; discuss the particular situation where the

Making Strategic Decisions for a Firm

What factors must a firm take into account when evaluating whether to use internal or external strategies for growing a firm? What are the most important factors that should be considered? What are the least important? Write new message

Healthcare Administration

Application 1 Submit: Theories and Theorists o Identify two key theories in your field. (Healthcare Administration o Identify the theorist(s) and sources of the theories (key articles or books) in your discipline. o Describe the basic tenets of these theories. o Analyze the relationship between the two theories t

Healthcare checklists

"The Checklist Manifesto" by Atul Gawande suggested that the checklist method used by the airline industry and the healthcare industry can save lives. A step-by-step, detailed and intuitive checklist can ensure that people in healthcare remember to perform every step in a process and monitor each of those steps. Discuss your o

Advantages of Genetic Testing for Familiar Disease

Discuss ethics with respect to genetic testing. Would you want to know your personal risk for a genetic disease, assuming that a family history was revealed? As a parent, or potential parent, would you want to know if your child had a risk for a genetic disease? Would you test for the actual presence of a genetic disease? Ex

GE Healthcare Ethical Concerns in Developing Nations

Could you help me determine two specific ethical issues that General Electric (GE) Healthcare faced when implementing its strategy to introduce low cost diagnostic equipment to developing countries. Recommend two (2) actions that GE can take to resolve these ethical issues. Help analyzing the concepts of professional and appl

Financing Entrepreneurship

One of the primary reasons that firms fail is inadequate financial resources. Knowing this, what steps should an entrepreneur take to obtain and maintain adequate resources? What is more important -- obtaining or maintaining financial resources? Why? Please include a reference so that I can expand on this topic. Thank you

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A mother comes to your office and complains that her daughter's school is pushing HPV vaccination. She explains that her daughter is only 11-years old and is not sexually active. She asks for your advice. How do you respond? What would you tell her about the HPV vaccine? What would you tell her about HPV?

HIV Medication

A patient has recently been diagnosed as positive for Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). The patient is unsure whether the medication regimen prescribed is actually helping. The patient complains of several side-effects and is especially upset because he or she was asymptomatic before beginning treatment. How would you respond?

Gonorrhoea - Social groups and Taboos

Describe the sexually transmitted disease gonorrhoea in detail. Please locate and include at least one public health information link or pamphlet. the mechanism of disease associated with your selection and discuss that in detail as well. Choose a social group or organization that a patient may belong to and describe the taboos

Excretion and joint pain

A patient comes to your office and complains of pain in their joints. The pain is constant, regardless of movement, but comes and goes in waves. The patient has no history of fractures or joint damage and arthritis testing is negative. How do you proceed? What do the symptoms suggest? On the basis of what you have learned about

Overview of a disease using Crohn's disease as an example

Select one disease of the respiratory or digestive system and overview it in detail. Please locate and include at least one image in your post. Pay special attention to the mechanism of disease associated with your selection and discuss that in detail as well. If the mechanisms seem controllable, what action would you recommend

Nutrition: High Protein, Low Carbohydrate Diets

Low carbohydrate diets have been very popular recently. Many people today are going on variations of the high-protein, low-carbohydrate diet. Describe what happens in the body when only proteins and fat are ingested but carbohydrates are excluded. Are diets that are high in proteins and fat healthy weight-loss alternatives? Wit

Pulmonary function testing in the diagnosis and treatment of asthma

A patient has recently been diagnosed with asthma. The patient is unsure whether the medication regimen prescribed is actually helping. The physician orders pulmonary function testing. What information might testing provide that will aid in the patient's treatment regimen?

Carbon monoxide poisoning and respiration

A patient comes to your office and asks you what carbon monoxide poisoning is. How do you answer? What are the symptoms? On the basis of what you have learned about the process of respiration, what is happening at the cellular level?

Non-profit vs. for-profit health care organizations

Identify a non-profit health care organization and a for-profit health care organization. Answer the following: - Summarize the types of services provided, clientele served, and provider groups involved. - Compare and contrast the strengths and weaknesses of each organization from patient, provider, administrator, and third-pa

Myocarditis Cardiovascular Systems

Select one disease of the cardiovascular or lymphatic system and overview it in detail. Pay special attention to the mechanism of disease associated with your selection and discuss that in detail as well. Discuss something you feel the general public does not understand about the disease you selected.

Autonomic effects in fight or flight responses

Mr. Collins is a 60-year-old patient who was in a car accident earlier in the day. After an examination, the physician determines that Mr. Collins sustained no physical injuries, although the patient's blood pressure and heart rate are elevated. Mr. Collins reports that at the time of the accident he felt a high level of fear an

Brain Dysfunction Diagnosis

Mr. Stevens comes to your office complaining that he frequently loses his balance. He says that he feels like a drunken man when he walks and cannot even draw a straight line. Mr. Stevens will have to undergo testing before you determine a diagnosis, but what part of his brain do you think might be involved on the basis of the s

Entrepreneur Strategies

Entrepreneurs use several approaches to analyze market needs, encourage new idea generation, and recognize business opportunities. What are two of those approaches? What do those approaches entail? Which approach do you think is most effective? Please include a reference so that I can expand on this topic. Thank you

Diabetes and Exercise with other Medical Questions

Please provide at least one source per case study to support your responses. Response to each case. 1. Mr. Stevens comes to your office complaining that he frequently loses his balance. He says that he feels like a drunken man when he walks and cannot even draw a straight line. Mr. Stevens will have to undergo testing before

Health Information Systems Components

What is the most important part in Health Management information Systems in your opinion? Why? Please give reasoning or examples to support your opinion. Note: Please provide at least two hundred words

Health Injuries

1.Mr. MacPherson came into the emergency department with burns on both of his arms and hands and on his face as the result of a grease fire in his kitchen. He complained of severe pain. His burns showed signs of blistering, swelling and fluid loss. What percentage of his body was burned? What classification is his burn, and why?

Osteoporosis Disease

Osteoporosis disease of the Skeletal system Discuss the mechanism in detail, the mechanisms of disease associated with the disorders presented? What are the connections between the diseases? What might these connections mean for future mitigation and treatment of the diseases?

American Clinical Trials

On the Internet, access ClinicalTrials.gov and find a clinical trial in your city or state. Give the title, condition under study, and location of the trial. Summarize the recruitment status, eligibility criteria, and phase of the clinical trial. Hint: Ohio is the state.

Researching ICD vendors

Search the web for various vendors of ICD or other encoding systems. Develop a table that describes the functions provided in these systems. Are there similarities among the systems? Do you believe some systems are better than others? Why or why not? Any help would be appreciated.

Allopathic and Osteopathic Medicine

Discuss the differences between the philosophies of traditional, allopathic medicine and osteopathic medicine. List the pros and cons of the procedures and practices reinforced at both institutions and make some observations of the types of physicians that MD-programs and DO-programs tend to produce.