Explain the process of informed consent. Also explain at least 2 elements included in an Informed Consent Document. Address the following: Therapeutic Process Background of Therapist Costs
What is good example of managed care organization-type care? Given the ethical issues around managed care, is "Managed Care Organization" a good arrangement for patients?
The goal is to understand the development of health policies and programs and address healthcare needs in the industry. Research two separate generations from the list below and locate sources which provide personal perspectives on healthcare access: Cohorts to Examine - Post War Cohort born between 1928 and 1945 - Boome
Patient with diabetes has impaired circulation and WBC cannot be delivered to the site of bacterial invasion (Pt. has open wound with purulent drainage). What else happens the WBC itself as a result of having diabetes that affects its ability to fight infection?
I need help with the following research discussions (not more than a page) thanks. Managed Care 1. a. Given the ethical issues around managed care, discuss whether MCOs are good arrangements for patients. b. Provide a concrete example for either a pro arrangement or against arrangement. c. References Collaboration and P
I need help with addressing the following research questions from the following article (Physician Incentives - see below) 1. Consider this idea from the paper: "Medicine is a moral enterprise. Because MCOs are involved in the delivery of medical care, they, too, are moral entities. However, MCOs are also businesses ". 2. Ex
A physician-hospital organization (PHO) consists of 15 hospitals - with 2,247 staffed beds - and approximately 500 physicians. The PHO operates in a very large section of South Georgia, including the cities of Valdosta, Tifton, Thomasville, Moultrie, and Waycross. The PHOs' physician members represent approximately 90 percent o
I need help with the following research assignment pertaining the article cited below. Women at Work in Australia: Bargaining a Better Position? Van Wanrooy, Brigid. Australian Bulletin of Labour 35.4 (2009): 611-628. Having been chosen to represent the women in their bargaining vs. their employers: 1. What are the
Hello, I am struggling to understand the United States' social policies that are currently affecting health care today. What is the one most talked about social policy issue today in America for health care and why? Please clarify for me as I am trying understand more clearly. I hear a lot about ObamaCare but maybe there
Country Y is a middle-income country with a per capita GDP of USD 9,000 per annum. The country has a life expectancy at birth of 78 years. Ten percent of the population are over the age of 60 years. At present public healthcare services are delivered via central government-managed public hospitals that are financed by general re
I would like some assistance detailing how the identification and treatment of multiple risk factors can be used to address the burden of non-communicable disease. My chosen disease is asthma.
The manager of a primary care health facility is planning to reclassify organisational cost items from capita-recurrent classification to fixed-variable classification. Discuss the implications of reclassification on financial decision making. I am looking for 550-750 words to help me get started on this question. I would als
A. Legal Incident Reporting Requirements 1) Explain how root analysis is related to sentinel events and provide an example. B. Personal Style and Behaviors As people are different, they will also differ with the manner they react and deal with conflicts. Some will chose rationally between the strategies as to which one will
How does this agency's policy influence the professional nursing role? Mercy San Juan Medical Center ___________________________________________________ SUBJECT: Patient/Family Refusal of Treatment DEPARTMENTS: All PURPOSE: To outline the process for handling patient/family refusal of scheduled treatments POL
The relationship between researchers and policy makers: What ties them together? What are bridges/barriers? What are useful criteria to use when evaluating policy recommendations?
1. Briefly explain the concept of incremental cost-effectiveness ratio (ICER). 2. Using the data below, calculate the average and incremental ICERs. Assume that the options are mutually exclusive. Hint: Sort options according to cost. Comment about the dominance of Beclomethasone over Salmeterol-high dose. Indicate you
Do you think sensitivity analysis is essential for every economic evaluation? Justify your answer.
Plase help with ideas for the following research paper. The main focus is on the sources of the conflict which could be on the National or International level. These conflicts are generally very complex, and multi-faceted. The focus is hence, to identify possible source A and then explain it, and so on. Part I - Background an
Situation: Mrs. J is a 44-year-old woman with advanced cholangiocarcinoma. She has been admitted to the hospital with a new onset of back pain, nausea, and vomiting. She is suffering pain from new spinal metastasis, nausea continuous, emesis daily, partially digested food, postprandial bloating, and early satiety. She has alread
1. Submit an educational plan on fall prevention for seniors with objectives, content, resources, case scenarios, and handouts. 2. Submit a written copy of conceptual frame work use with educational plan on fall prevention in seniors.
What are the benefits and drawbacks of explicit rationing in a health care setting?
A 45-year-old Portuguese female, Mrs. M, with a 3-year history of squamous cell cancer of the cervix presents with severe pain in the perineum. The patient lives at home with 6 children ranging in age from 5 to 18. She speaks little English. Question 1: Background: The patient describes her pain as an 8 on the 0-10 scal
1. What are the sources and types of conflict that are most salient in the work place. 2. Can the Chinese setting be generalized to our workplace environments? 3. What possible management resolution remedies would be recommended for the work place? Leung, Alicia S.M. (2007) "Interpersonal conflict and resolution strategies
Describe a systematic review and where it fits in the level of evidence. Provide rationale for response.
Crouzon Syndrome is a genetic syndrome that cause facial malformations. It occurs in 1 in 60,000 births annually. This submission provides specific details about the syndrome and the treatments required to address the syndrome.
How do heart rate, preload, afterload, and contractility affect cardiac output and cardiac workload? How do the clinical features of the coronary heart disease syndromes differ? How do valvular disorders alter cardiac pressure dynamics and workload? How do the compensatory responses triggered in CHF work to restore card
At a recent strategic planning retreat of a 40-person multispecialty group, the administrator made a presentation that focused on the coming year's plans to establish the organization's first two primary care satellites, which would be located in two of the community's growing suburbs. These satellites would require the hiring o
Apply the concepts of autoimmunity and the inflammatory response to understand the differences between three types of arthritis: 1. Rheumatoid Arthritis 2. Osteoarthritis and 3. Gouty Arthritis.
When developing strategies for not-for-profit and public health organizations, a needs/capacity assessment is performed. Why must this special assessment be performed in lieu of another strategic alternative assessment, such as a SPACE analysis?
RT is 78-year-old male who presents to his doctor's office with complaints of abdominal pain. RT has a history of hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and congestive heart failure. He complains of abdominal pain that occurs each time he eats. He reports it has become so severe that he has eaten very little for the past week and has act