(1) Evaluate at least two different historical perspectives on the delivery of health care in America. How has technology and the lack or developing technology affected these perspectives? (2) Compare and contrast two technological advances that have affected health care delivery in America. (3) How have these changing tec
This solution performs a health risk appraisal of anyone, using the Siteman Cancer Center's "Your Disease Risk" Web site at http://www.yourdiseaserisk.wustl.edu/english/index.htm and perform the appraisal that addresses heart disease or another disease. What risks for heart disease (or another disease chosen) do you identify
Is there a substantial margin of safety? What is the numeric value for the margin of safety? Show your calculations and explain your reasoning.
Discuss and analyze the world health situation. What is the greatest problem facing the world population? What strategies (at least three) would you utilize to alleviate this problem?
Identify the organizational goals the sim man would support. Goals might include patient care, medical and allied health education, community service, cost containment, leadership role, and clinical research. â?¢ Explain how the sim man would relate to the needs of the organization. Explain how it would be beneficial to the o
Intergenerational Programs: Using the library data base search engines or the internet, find a description of one intergenerational program. Describe how it works, and the benefits that the article claims participants from each of the generations involved in the program gain from participating in it. Discuss whether you beli
I need help choosing 2 of the Health Research and Educational Trust's from(HRET) 4 major focus areas and: -Explain why each focus area I chose is important to healthcare administrators. -Discuss the HRETs role in addressing those areas. Please provide examples. -Describe the impact of the HRET efforts in those areas.
Person-Environment Fit :Please thread your respond onto this question---- Your 90 year-old grandmother will be visiting your home. Based on the environment-fit model, describe things in your environment that you may need to change and things that can stay the same to promote her competence there. Be sure to define, in detail, w
The evolution of health care delivery models has resulted in positive clinical and financial outcomes across the continuum of care. Identify one health care delivery model. What are the clinical and financial outcomes for inpatient and outpatient services that resulted from the use of the model?
Examine the relationship between hospital systems and the effect of implementing medication barcoding into the organization.
Discuss the problems that could exist in the principal and agent relationship in aging services such as case manager and an nursing home. Please list the advantages and drawbacks of the relationship and any problems that could arise.
Identify and describe a situation in which you have observed fear in an organization in which you worked. Fear is defined as "feeling threatened by possible repercussions as a result of speaking up about work-related concerns". Identify the person(s) experiencing the fear, the source of the fear, whether the fear was real or b
An important part of determining the level of evaluation and management services provided to a patient can be based on the key components and contributing factors. Explain each part of the key components and the contributing factors and give an example of a way to measure each. For example, history is one part of the key compon
You are a medical assistant in a family practice office. While working, you receive a call from a mother, whose 18-year-old daughter is a patient at your office. The woman said her daughter had not been feeling well and saw the doctor yesterday but did not share any of the information she received from the doctor. The woman h
You have set up a process for doing chart audits and discovered some areas in need of improvement, so now you need to focus on what to do with the results. Instructions What are some things to consider in regards to what action could be taken based on results from chart audits? Do the results need to be shared with accredi
A primary care physician and her partner, who have just opened their practice, newly employ you as a medical assistant. You have been asked by one of the physicians to set up a process for doing chart audits. You know that one component of chart audits is to determine what is to be audited and the criteria for that audit. Di
What are the techniques for storing and maintaining paper-based records when medical office transitions some of its paper-based medical records to a computer-based system? How would accessibility be affected to medical records during the transition?
Details: You worked for a number of years in the office of a family physician who has just retired. You have now taken a position on a busy surgical floor of a local, acute-care hospital. You frequently hear references to JCAHO requirements for documenting a patient's pain assessment and treatment, documenting medication ad
You work in the medical office of an OB/GYN. A new patient has made her first appointment stating that she believes she is about six weeks pregnant, and this will be her second child. She has recently moved to the area and says she has some medical records from her other obstetricianâ??s office with her. She mentioned she had s
Give a brief explanation as to what an Electronic Health Record is. What information is included in an Electronic Health Record? Briefly describe some advantages and disadvantages to using Electronic Health Records in a medical office. Research an example of a medical office incorporating Electronic Health Records. How
Describe your professional leadership development plan and describes your action plan for the next five years. It should become part of your professional portfolio.
What would be a value chain activity in a hospital or health care organization? Where would you need to ensure connection activities for your value chain to be successful? Explain.
Once you have read the article, visit the PBS website about Kennewick man, focusing on the scientists' claims (http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/first/claim.html) and on the processes used to reconstruct a very lifelike model of Kennewick Man (http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/first/kennewick.html). Then, do some research of your own into
Select a local medical service organization and describe how they have specifically improved their operating margins.
What issues need to be taken into consideration in determining which is the lowest cost alternative in capital budgeting?
Discuss in detail, older adult patient education issues and the influence patient education has in health care using the experiences this patients following interview. 1. Did a patient education representative give you instructions on how to care for yourself after your illness or operation? Yes he did. After my total knee
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What are some possible student health and safety issues? What is the teachers role in identifying and assessing these issues?
Maternal smoking during pregnancy has been implicated in various problems with infant health. Based on what you learn, develop a research question on the health of babies born to smoking versus non-smoking mothers and devise a testable hypothesis related to this health issue. List as many problems as you can identify and anticip
I would like help in writing a paper on Development of Personal Value talk about personal values challenged and tie into pre-conventional and post conventional include when value changed and when change strengthen.