Identify the factors that will be required for future change in the health care industry pertaining to quality improvement, patient safety, and risk management. What are the obstacles in improving quality of care? How ought financing of quality initiatives to take place and whose responsibility is it for oversight? What role, if
In an entry titled "RFI/RFP Reflection," reflect on the RFI/RFP process. Explain the purpose and benefits of developing a RFI/RFP in detail, the purpose of the documents that support the process, and what you have learned from developing a RFI/RFP. Please provide at least 3 paragraphs and provide references that are not websi
Please read the article below: "Is Experience Overrated?" provide a summary of thoughts you may have related to this article. Each summary is to include at least 150-200 words and provide at least one scholarly/peer reviewed reference ---- Is Experience Overrated? Karlene M. Kerfoot, PhD, RN, CNAA, FAAN Nurs Econ. 2013;
1. What are the benefits of EMRs? (125 words) 2. What are the negative aspects of EMRs? (125 words) 3. How do Health Level Seven (HL7) standards facilitate the sharing of clinical data? 4. What were the issues that HIPAA was to address? How well has it worked thus far? *Please include a reference for each response
Of the various organization theories that you studied, which theory is the most appropriate for health systems, and why?
Discuss whether the World Health Organization's (WHO) definition of health as "a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity" is still relevant. In what ways is it flawed? Describe at least one influence on health care policy that may contribute to the perception of
Do you think that we should be moving towards a learning organisation culture within health systems? Support your answer with examples of the potential positive and negative impacts on public health practice.
1) Explain the role of governmental regulatory agencies and its effect on the health care industry. 2) Provide at least two examples of laws and regulations currently faced by the health care industry. Examples of such laws may include access to care, discrimination, health care privacy and security, employment, and so on.
Discuss how a Psychiatric Nurse may use the following approaches: medical, behavioural changes, empowerment, and social policy, to promote health.
Describe the positive and negative effects of the Affordable Care Act (ACT) on nursing.
Topic: The National Diabetes Surveillance System provides resources documenting the public health burden of diabetes and its complications in the United States. Go to http://apps.nccd.cdc.gov/DDTSTRS/default.aspx Provide an overview of the surveillance system and the data you reviewed. Please provide the sensitivity, speci
Evaluate the importance of technology in health care in the US health care system.
Please use a comparison and contrast with the health systems of Vietnam and Jordan. This should include the organization, financing, culture, wealth, history and environmental factors. It does not have to include all of them actually you can leave out the organization and financing.
What is the impact of health policies on health services in terms of the money, human resources, and technology used to produce these services? Please include a discussion on each of the three areas.
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Use 200-300 words to discuss this question with a minimum of 1 reference in APA. Is any single phase of the health information technology system life cycle more important than the other phases? Why?
What are some similarities and differences between administrative health systems and clinical health systems? How have you seen these types of systems used by health organizations?
Select Group has decided to offer the first accountable care plan in a small community of 25,000 people in West Virginia. Accountable care organizations (ACOs) are a new concept, especially in this region. In conducting a consumer survey prior to the introduction of the structure, Select Group finds that attitudes toward a ACOs
Describe two controllable financial risks for health care service managers. How might these risks be avoided or abated?
How is The Affordable Care Act financed? Please give details.
With so many different stakeholders in the health care system, many with powerful political lobbies, it is understandable that the government has been unable to effectively address the problems of cost, access, and quality. With the passing of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (PPACA), the government has ta
Do business principles apply to healthcare? Has competition in healthcare reduced the prices for the future or presence
What is a reasonable timeframe for implementation of electronic medical records throughout the United States? Would this timeframe be shorter if the U.S. had a socialized medical system similar to that of many European countries? Why or why not?
What steps you till take that your organization is in compliance of HIPAA? Give examples?
Mergers and acquisitionsin the health care delivery system since President Clinton's National Health Care Reform Policy.
Mergers and Acquisitions Analyze and discuss mergers and acquisitions in the health care delivery system since President Clinton's National Health Care Reform Policy. Which stakeholders in the health care system tend to lose due to mergers? Why?
Compare and contrast payment methodologies between Fee-For-Service (FFS) and Managed Care Organization (MCO) plans. Discuss problems that Managed Care Organization (MCOs) have experienced when implementing capitation arrangements in specialty-care practices.
1. Define public/community health. How does this differ from personal health? 2. What are the benefits of public health assessments? What are the disadvantages, if any? Give an example of a potential conflict within the community that could arise as a result of public health assessments. How can public health advocates an
Questions: Name two types of organizations which influence health policy and describe their strategies. How have they influenced policy? Has their influence been positive or negative?
One of the greatest fears of the opponents of Obamacare is that they will lose the right to choose their personal physician. While people overwhelmingly report being dissatisfied with the health care system, they also report being satisfied with their personal physician at about the same level. How do you interpret this?
The financial structure and policies of a health care entity can differ by type of ownership, type of services provided, volume or complexity of the services provided, and its surrounding competition. How might the financial structure and policies of a community-owned, stand-alone rural hospital with an attached nursing home dif