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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

The Emerging Competition of E-Visits: A Changing Product Life Cycle

The Emerging Competition of E-Visits: A Changing Product Life Cycle Realy Health is a company that has operated in the Health Care environment for several years. This organization has developed a platform whereby patients are able to communicate with their doctors on-line for consultations. (

Convincing a Senior Management Group Into a Management Approach

The Cali Clinic Javier Perez Ornalez has called a meeting of his five partners. As one of the largest gastroenterology groups in Cali, Colombia, Javier and his partners have always been viewed as leaders in the medical community. For the past two years, Javier took a leave of absence and studied in the United States at a very

Conduct a Root Case Analysis

Students will review the following case and conduct a root cause analysis. A 75-year-old female is an inpatient in bed #1 of Room 10 on a medical telemetry unit. She has been admitted for pneumonia. She is slightly confused. No family is with her in the hospital at this time. The nurse introduces herself to the patient, asks

Health Law

I need help with identifying and discussing one rule, law, or policy that you believe might improve health care if it did not exist; being specific in citing the law/policy/rule. Identify the source of the law, providing an example of how the laws works and makes health care less than optimal.

Nurse's ethical responsibility

What is a nurse's primary ethical responsibility? Do you believe that ethical behavior should not be affected by outside considerations? Why or why not?

Medical Care Culture

• Health care planners could be more effective and efficient if they used the concept of the natural history of disease and the levels of prevention to design services that intervene at the weakest link in the chain of progression of specific diseases. Instead, most focus on high-technology solutions to preventable problems. A

Positioning And Differentiation

-Choose two existing health care organizations that are in the same discipline (e.g. hospital-hospital, insurance company-insurance company, etc.). -Discuss each organization's positioning and differentiation strategies. Be sure to include the similarities and differences between these two organizations.

Strategic Planning in Health Care

See the attached file. Please help with the following 3-4 paper assignment. 1. Discussing the advantages and disadvantages of conducting an external analysis. 2. Conducting an external analysis of the service area associated with the attached document (DeerCrest ). The analysis should include, at a minimum, the followi

Porter's Five Forces Model in Strategic Planning

Please provide an explanation of the following: 1. A brief summary of Michael Porter's five forces model. 2. The value of using this model in the strategic planning process. 3. Conducting a five-force analysis on the chosen physician group practice. 4. Interpret the findings from the analysis. 5. Taking into consi

Financial Management in Healthcare

What do you know and understand about financial management in health service organizations. Identify what your assumptions are; explore if you may have any biases related to your assumptions. Question your assumptions. Provide examples that influence your assumptions. Compare and contrast your assumptions and biases with the

Preventive Healthcare System

Proposal: In this course, your group, which is a healthcare consulting group, has been contracted by the federal government to assist with a public relations campaign. The government is concerned that such a high percentage of the population is reactionary-based in their healthcare decisions and is not prevention focused. The go

Healthcare facilities: non-profit versus for-profit

Identify a nonprofit health care organization and a for-profit health care organization of your choosing. Answer the following: a) Summarize the types of services provided, clientele served, and provider groups involved. b) Compare and contrast the strengths and weaknesses of each organization from patient, provider, adminis

A health service or a health organisation.

Consider a health service or a health organisation. What are the main components of the wider system within which this service or organisation operates? Identify the key organisational and service relationships within that system, the nature and extent of their interdependency, and the influence they have on the achievement of y

Piedmont Healthcare Risk Management Program

Please help with the following problem. What is Piedmont Healthcare's Risk Management program? Is Piedmont's Risk Management program adequate? How does Piedmont Healthcare's Risk Management program compare to that of another facility? Do Piedmont Healthcare adhere to recognized standard for risk management? What are some

The Gatekeeper System (Healthcare)

In an HMO, the primary care physician acts as the "gatekeeper" to all higher levels of care that the patient may need. In theory, this means that the physician decides what is best for the patient and coordinates his or her care, while at the same times working to control costs and trying to ensure the delivery of care in the mo

FEMA: Failure Mode and Effects Analysis

What is Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA)? In the context of risk management, how can it be used to improve processes in healthcare organizations? What impact can it have on preventing sentinel events? What are JCAHO's requirements in this case? What should be said to people who believe FMEA was not design

Obama Care Analysis

In 2010, the United States passed landmark health care legislation when President Obama's health care plan passed in the U.S. Congress. However, despite its promise to provide health care coverage for a number of groups previously unable to obtain coverage, many Americans are dissatisfied with the components of the plan. Thi

Emergent Learning Model and Strategic Management

Compare and contrast the analytical model of strategic management with the emergent, learning model. Which is most appropriate for health care managers and why? Provide very short rationale for health care organization's adoption of strategic management

Funding for Preventative Health Care Services

Although preventative services such as routine well-care visits and immunizations have often shown to be beneficial in terms of preventing future, more expensive, health care encounters, not all insurance plans offer reimbursement for such things. In addition, health care policies have only recently begun to recognize the "worth

Community Health Assessment

How can a community health assessment be used as a tool to address community health care needs.?Think of international global communities for your examples.

Under Access to Health Care Services in the U.S.

Describe how health care financing in the United States may promote under access to health care services by some and overutilization by others. Desribe one critical change that could be made to alleviate this issue, and explain how and why it would be beneficial.

Joint commission

Visit the organization's website at When you have reviewed the website, you are to choose one of the following topics on which to base your final project: •History of the JC (you may choose all or part of the years)

Incentives for Competition

Market forms and increased competition create incentives to use resources efficiently and increase the quality of the services provided. Critically evaluate this statement with a focus on the health field

Case Management Programs and Quality of Care

Are case management programs more concerned with reducing cost or improving the quality of care? What are some limitations and strengths of a case management program? Will case management programs become a medical program necessity in the future? How important are gatekeepers to the case management process?

4 Stages Of The Product Life Cycle

The majority of marketing activities within a health care organization revolve around the marketing of services. Service marketing tends to present different challenges than marketing a product. A product is tangible and services are intangible. The Product Life Cycle has four phases. Please help me identify and describe each

Medicare Part D

What is Medicare Part D? Find at least two online sources of information describing the main objectives of the program and discussing the issues challenging the implementation of the program. This information should pertain to the period before and just after the implementation of the program (January, 2006). Medicare Part D

The termination of a contract with a managed care provider

There are specific reasons based on which a managed care organization (MCO) could terminate a contract with a provider. Choose two of the main reasons, and explain under what circumstances this termination of a managed care contract would occur. Provide reasons for your answer. What are some of the ramifications of contract term

The Skills and Abilities Needed in the Health Information Technology Field

Describe the essential knowledge, skills, and abilities that are necessary to meet the current and future demands in the Health Information Technology field. List two Health Information Technology professional organizations you feel are important to the field and describe why they are important.