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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 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?

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.

Leadership: Taking a Risk

Describe one or two instances when you experienced a leader taking a risk—this can either be you as a leader, or someone who served as a leader to you. How did the leader go about taking that risk? What qualities did they exude in doing so? Was the outcome positive or negative for those they lead? Was the outcome positive or n

Detailed Project Plan

According to the Project Management Institute (PMI.org), a detailed project plan must contain 9 sub-plans: •Scope Management Plan •Time Management Plan •Cost Management Plan •Communications Management Plan •Risk Management Plan •Integration Management Plan •Procurement Management Plan •Human Reso

Executive Summary Hippa Act and Data Breaches

Post an executive summary of the legal issue, associated regulations, and risk management recommendations Need help composing this Example of executive summary Position Statement Using a federal law as an example: Issue X has emerged due to inadequate enforcement of Federal Law A (Year), which was enacted for pu

Healthcare Challenges for Providers

Analyze three of the greatest challenges that health care providers will confront in the next few years due to health care reform, the changing health care marketplace, and the economic climate. Evaluate specific roles that health care marketing can play in assisting health care organizations to overcome each of the challenges t

Reliability, Validity, Legality, and Usefulness of Appraisal Ratings

This unit discusses the importance of using a series of job-related tools to select good employees such as application forms, various types of tests, interviews, background investigations and physical exams. Emphasis is placed on steps for maximizing performance appraisal effectiveness and methods using absolute standards, relat

Patient as Center of the Health Care Universe

Please give a summary of the author's main points in this article: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21469488 Then assess the value and challenges of clinical decision support systems (CDSSs), in general, and of computerized physician order entry systems (CPOEs), in specific, to achieve the patient-centered care goals set f

Emergency Management Institute

Are you family with Emergency Management Institute? ( http://www.training.fema.gov/EMI/ ) This agency is used to train individuals in the intricacies of emergency management. After taking a look at the site, can you tell me how you would use this organization as a hospital administrator? In addition, What are the roles of the

Health Resource and Policy Analysis

1. What do you consider the most important trends in medical practice in the U.S.? Discuss at least three major trends, and provide your assessment as to whether these are positive or negative trends for medical care in our country. 2. Much of the surgery once performed at American hospitals is now done at ambulatory surgery

Government Reprocussions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

The government is a significant payor source in healthcare. Through Medicare and Medicaid the government is picking up the tab for a significant amount of care delivered in the United States. Consider the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, signed into law in 2010 and evaluate the prospects for the future of government's

Credentials from the Heathcare Financial Management Association

1. A broad term commonly used for medical professionals who are not nurses and not physicians is allied health personnel. Dental Hygienist is a very well respected allied health profession. Describe the field, and be sure to include training, professional role, and other aspects to this profession. 2. The general public typi

For-Profit Cancer Center Consultant

You are part of a consultant for-profit cancer center that is considering entering the Indianapolis, Indiana market. Identify and evaluate five secondary sources of data that may be used. Describe the precise location of each source of data and how the data could be used.

Protected Health Information

You have been invited to do a presentation to the laboratory department regarding Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliance and electronic health records. Discuss the salient points of your presentation and why you feel it is important to include this information in your presentation. Include the

National Health Care Professional Licensure

Alternatives to the current system of state-by-state licensure for health care professionals (such as registered nurses) have been considered. The most common alternative proposed has been a national system for licensure. · What would be the advantages of changing to a national system of licensure? What would be the d

Contingency Planning in Healthcare

In the health care industry, change occurs quickly and many times without warning. In an effort to address such changes, contingency planning is a key step in the strategic planning process. Contingency planning follows a 7-step process to achieve maximum effectiveness. Assume that you are formulating the contingency plans for a

Palliative Care Management

Situation: An adolescent with incurable cancer had been hospitalized for three weeks, spending the past eight days in the intensive care unit. His physical deterioration and suffering created anguish in his father and in the health care team. The attending physician discussed, with the father, the likelihood of the adolescent

Healthcare Information Systems

Health Care Information Systems are important in dispensing of information throughout the organization. Address health care technology that has become essential to the sharing of information via electronic communication mediums (i.e., EMR, Telehealth, HMR, etc.). - Explain each part of the key components. - Explain each part