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Healthcare management

Risk Management in Healthcare

Risk management is an important aspect in health care systems. It is important for all health care systems to ensure that risk is managed properly for both patients and employees. When working in a health care system, the employees also face risks associated with their employment. One risk for employees...

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Accountable Care Organizations

Introduction Accountable care organizations (ACOs) are an attempt to coordinate care and provide a more unified approach to healthcare for patients. ACOs (similar to health maintenance organizations (HMOs)) are becoming more widespread, as healthcare organizations are beginning to realize that effective healthcare requires less duplication and more coordination across the...

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Accountability in Healthcare

Accountability In the healthcare industry, quality and performance ensures better outcomes for individuals. Efforts in healthcare to adopt and measure accountability have led to resource challenges, as the process takes times and prioritization, but the positive effects of accountability are undeniable. Organizations that adopt accountability measurements have improved work environments...

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Health Care Sustainability Audit

World Health Organization (WHO) has a sustainability plan in place to create a win-win situation in the environmental, climatic and healthcare contexts with attention being redirected at the attainment of immediate impacts (World Health Organization, 2017). The new mission of the organization is aimed at reducing emission of methane, carbon...

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Health Care Sustainability Interview

What is the largest barrier for sustainability in health care? The most important barrier to the implementation of major changes that would enhance sustainability in the health care industry is the resistance of the public to change (Griggs et al., 2017). Members of the public are the key consumers of...

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Special Needs Inmates and Associated Programs

The United Nations identifies nine different types of inmates who are considered special needs inmates (2009). Inmates are classified as a result of characteristics that separate themselves from others, and it is these groups of inmates that are differentiated as a result of specific qualifications, causing them to be identified...

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Healthcare Stakeholders Dialogue

At a time when the United States healthcare system is undergoing vast changes in technology and access, there are a myriad of healthcare stakeholders who all play important roles regarding access and care. Providers play the role of ensuring good care is given, facilities grow and change as needed to...

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Healthcare Budgeting

One of my goals as a CEO of a hospital is to make care more affordable to ensure many people benefit. Usually, I would support any program that promises to enable more people to get access to quality care. However, as a CEO of a hospital, I also have a...

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Ways to Manage Pandemics

The recent Ebola outbreak in Africa has demonstrated the weaknesses of the current global strategy for addressing pandemics, as well as the need for effective, timely, and cost-effective methods of doing so. Some experts believe that the barrier to the widespread application of information technology to pursue public health practice...

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Pandemic Preparedness

The issue of mandatory emergency preparedness plan for hospitals is not new in the American society. Hospitals have always been required to have an emergency plan to follow should a pandemic occur. However, the present pandemic planning policies fail to heed to lessons in history and not all hospitals have...

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The effect of consumer-directed health plans

1) High deductible health plans are primarily attractive to consumers because they provide more flexibility and more choice. High deductibles mean lower premiums, and in fact, they can mean taking risks in order to get rewards. There are some people in the marketplace today who do not think they will...

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Aged Care Delivery Models

In this paper, a brief review of the relevant literature on aged care delivery models within the context of Australia, particularly Victoria and its regions will be provided. In the Australian community, as it was reported by Szebehely and Trydegård (2012), there is a growing focus on the aged. The...

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American Association for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities is one of the organizations, which are the most influential in the state within the state in the field of representing and advocating for the rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This is why it is so important to research the...

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Research Methods for The Health Care Administration

Abstract This paper will be presented from the perspective of an assistant director of a hospital. The paper will discuss a problem impacting the facility, the service line associated therewith, the focus of the research project designed to address the problem, the manner in which the research collected will assist...

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Health Management and Clinical Assistance Considerations

Abstract Between 1985 and 2000, the healthcare industry experienced restructuring, and innovation. There was rapid growth, and maturation in HMOs (Health Maintenance Organizations) in the year 2000, but there was a decline in these Organizations shortly after this period. Since then, there has been a shift towards reimbursement models, which...

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Healthcare Costs

One of the factors behind the rising healthcare costs in the U.S. is the growing power of healthcare providers. The mergers and partnerships are common in the U.S. healthcare sector, and such actions often have the undesirable effect of reducing competition and giving more pricing power to the healthcare providers...

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Research Methods for Health Care Administration

1. The most important factors to consider when trying to decide how you will display information obtained from a research project are: to decide which of the graphical display would present the information the best and how many would be enough. According to Few (2015) states “as the saying goes...

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Opportunities for Improvement with Usability and Interoperability

ICT is an essential component in today’s healthcare especially since it boosts interoperability among health practitioners by enabling a meaningful and seamless sharing of data across different healthcare functions. In general, interoperability is the ability to execute programs, communicate, and share data among several functional units in a way that...

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Healthcare Utilization and Finance: Task 2

Compare the U.S. healthcare system with the healthcare system of Great Britain, Japan, Germany, or Switzerland, by doing the following: Identify one country from the following list whose healthcare system you will compare to the U.S. healthcare system: Great Britain, Japan, Germany, or Switzerland. The healthcare system of Great Britain...

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Health Information Management

Health information management (HIM) is an empirical exercise that involves obtaining, evaluating, and safeguarding traditional and computerized clinical data with the objective of offering quality patient care. (McWay, 2013). Acute care is a division of additional health care where a patient gets short-term albeit active treatment for a severe injury...

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