1) Discuss the worksite inspection process in use at your current organization or at an organization with which you are familiar. Who conducts the inspections? How are the results communicated? Are actions taken to resolve deficiencies? Are deficiencies tracked until resolved? Based on best practices in the current safety litera
Looking to the future, there are many challenges facing American health care providers. What do you consider to be important challenges? What do you recommend as viable actions that should be taken at this point in U.S. history to address these challenges?
Watch the Part 3 Tort Reform: The Solution or Punishment video. In your opinion, do you think Tort Reform will benefit the patients or the medical practitioners? How will this change effect medical institutions? http://www.5min.com/Video/Tort-Reform-The-Solution-Or-Punishment-Part-33-175277195
What are the advantages and disadvantages of using a Cause and Effect diagram and Pareto Analysis in terms of analyzing quality issues? Using the Cause-and-Effect Diagram for Analyzing Quality Issues Cause & Effect (CE) diagrams, also referred to as 'fishbone' diagrams, are a tool for discovering and analyzing all/any of
Describe how to improve productivity in non-hospital organizations e.g. American Heart Association, Lupus Foundation, Alzheimer's Association etc. What are the differences in applying the model to the non-hospital setting? Are there any special challenges in the non-hospital setting?
Advocacy Strategies for Change in the Workplace Identify advocacy strategies that you can use to create change in your current workplace.
Identify advocacy strategies that you can use to create change in your current workplace.
This solution addresses and defines the concept of "skills gapping" and how the concept can be applied to the health care settings and /or any other types of organizations.
Creating a Disease Control Plan Suggest a plan with specific measures for MRSA control using the information you obtained. Use the following questions to create your disease control plan: What measures would you suggest in the plan to actually reduce health risks? How would the plan allow the public to recognize that pa
What are the privacy requirements under HIPAA? Explain why confidentiality of health information has been a controversial public policy issue. Give a real world example. How can health information be better protected? Research and present two real life strategies that have been successfully implemented within the last five y
a. What are the benefits to bringing drugs to the market? What are the costs to bring a drug to the market? b. How do we balance the financial return on drugs with patient need? c. How does the immunization experience (parents choosing not to have their children immunized based on flawed data) and reduced production of drugs
Describe what job analysis and what is its role in human resource management? How does job analysis drive job descriptions and why? How can job analysis and job descriptions be used effectively in the hiring process? How can they be used in the medical arena? Please cite references if used. Thank you
Identify and discuss some of the HR challenges identified in the literature in the context of your employment. In other words which of the identified/documented HR challenges have you witnessed or experienced at your place of employment? In discussing the challenged that you faced, did other employees feel the same about these c
Need help. How do I formulate a plan to brand a product or service associated with Veterans healthcare Administration and to market online. If there is currently an existing branding strategy in place, then describe how you would improve upon it. If branding is not currently used, then describe how it could be done.
What is effective leadership? How do you know a leader is effective or ineffective? What qualities make a leader effective? Under what circumstances might a particular leadership style be more appropriate than another in a nursing or health care setting? Provide at least four examples.
This is HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT class question of the day. Please no plagiarizing. Your business is located in the State of California and your staff was subjected to furloughs for over a year due to the economic crisis. The business is finally making a profit. Your plans were to recommend a salary increase for this fiscal ye
Discussion Topic: Research plays an essential role in health assessment and planning. What is formative research? How can formative research help the health advocate select and use a theory to strategize a communications campaign for health promotion?
Examine at least two managed care plans from real life and their market situation. Using the two managed care plans selected, determine which one would be the optimal choice for a family vs. and individual. Why? Support your answer with a detailed response and analysis.
Describe a pricing strategy in a health care organization for one of its services or products (e.g., a pharmaceutical drug or a medical device). Then, explain how costs would be taken into account when formulating that pricing strategy.
Suppose that you are a pharmaceutical benefit manager. First, briefly assess various pricing strategies that could be used to charge employers for prescription drugs. Select the strategy that you would personally recommend. Justify your choice. Please read the following and refer to attachment. Jones, J.D. (2003). Devel
What is the Risk and Protective Factors Planning Model? Using a health issue such as heart disease, apply this model and discuss a possible plan of action for your community. You should choose a health issue that is relevant to your community.
Explain Health, Poverty, and Millennium Development Goals (MDG). Briefly discuss each concept on this list from the World Health Organization (WHO).
See the attached file. Scenario: You are the Senior Supervisor for the Admissions Department of Valleybrook Hospital, a 500-bed hospital full service health care facility. In the past three years, admissions at Valleybrook have increased an average of 15% per year. Up to now, the admissions staff members have filed their own
Using a Cost Benefit Analysis, is option 1 or option 2 the best? Please provide work in detailed step by step instructions thank you very much. Thank you. Background information: Proposal for New Employee Scenario: You are the Senior Supervisor for the Admissions Department of Valleybrook Hospital, a 500-bed hospital fu
?Select a global health issue occurring in a country other than the United States. Do not select an issue previously posted by another student. Briefly describe the global health issue and its impact on the country. Regarding measles
Pathophysiology and Nursing Management of Clients' Health: New diagnostic tool or intervention for the treatment of diabetes in adults or children.
Identify a research or evidence-based article that discusses a new diagnostic tool or intervention for the treatment of diabetes in adults or children. Based on the information from the article, complete the following components to the assignment: I have to summarize the research findings and how they can be applied to a spe
Autism and Agricultural Pesticides: Integrating Data to Track Trends McGovern, Victoria. (115N10 SS: A504) Environmental Health Perspectives Volume 115, Number 10, October 2007 Summarize this peer-review article. Help note the significant points, conclusions, or content of the article.
What are the challenges of ensuring the scientific rigor in qualitative research? What are some techniques used by researchers to ensure scientific rigor in qualitative research?
Strategic alliance with other organizations is a commonly used strategy in today's healthcare environment. Assume that you were the administrator at ABC hospital that will sign a contract with XYZ hospital to form a strategic alliance. The physician leader at your hospital disproves of this deal and tells you that he will resign
Answer the following questions about Michael J. Fox: 1.) What neurological disorder, disease, or accident took place to interrupt Michael J. Fox's ability? 2.) What behaviors were exhibited by Michael J. Fox following the disorder, disease, or accident? 3.) What were his deficits as a result of this disorder, disease, or ac
More than an estimated 22 million rural Americans live in a federally designated area of primary health care provider shortage. How does this affect access to care in rural areas? Do you think technology can be useful for this population? What types of technology may make health care more accessible?