I only need assistance with Part 2 in a memo format. Each member of the group should create a memo for managers of a health care organization which summarizes his or her research and incorporates useful ideas from the other members.
Should healthcare organizations develop disease prevention strategies? Why or why not? Do you think ethically it is their responsibility?
Part 1 (Group):
Each member of the group should use the Cybrary or other Web resources to research this topic. Post the results of your research to the Small Group Discussion Board. Feel free to include examples from personal experience and knowledge from the text readings. Comment on, or ask questions about, other students' postings to clarify points.
Part 2 (Individual):
Each member of the group should create a memo for managers of a health care organization which summarizes his or her research and incorporates useful ideas from the other members.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 9, 2019, 5:19 pm ad1c9bdddf
Again I take this on with some hesitation! I hope I did help you last time! The same rules apply! I can not write the memo for you, you have to do that. BUT I can help you by pointing out important points in that memo. The question is if health care organizations should develop disease prevention strategies - why or why not and if it ethically is their responsibility. Well, I have seen the machinery of sick & health care from the inside for almost 40 years, both as a physician-surgeon and as a patient so I do have some experience to fall back to.
1. Health care costs money - a lot of it. Anything and everything that can bring down costs must be important! The health costs are in the end all carried by the patients themselves - either directly or by insurance fees or by taxes. Whatever the employers pay in fees or taxes, would otherwise probably have been paid out as salaries, ...