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Medical Laboratory Scientist Professional (MLS) Licensure

Most medical diagnoses come with support of clinical and pathological laboratory findings. Given the vast number of patient samples and results that travel through a regular hospital laboratory each day the employees and workers are essential to the protection of patient safety. According to the National Patient Safety Foundation over...

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Issues Affecting Quality Assurance in Health Care

Multiple types of issues affect quality assurance (QA) in the health care sector. These include economic, legal and regulatory issues. QA in healthcare requires the input of multiple fields of study; through these various layers, the goal is to achieve quality in care for the individuals within the healthcare sector....

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Quality Improvement in Greater Home Health Care, Inc

An important problem that Greater Home Health Care, Inc. should address is power relations within the organization. Specifically, the bureaucratic structure of the organization leads to a strong system of hierarchy, which makes the process of service delivery much slower. This problem is observed in many health care organizations in...

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Health Promotion

Health promotion refers to a behavioral and social science drawing from environmental, psychological and medical science that seeks to promote individuals health and prevent the various forms of diseases through voluntary and education driven activities. As such, health promotion through the development of individuals, institutions and the community at large...

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Volunteering for Children’s Hospital

Dear Sir/Madam, There was a time when it was too difficult for me to get along with a six-year-old child at Victoria Retirement Home in Victoria Beach. CA. The interaction was convoluted, as each of us had different interests, and holding a conversation on one topic was almost impossible as...

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West Florida Regional Medical Center

TQM, or Total Quality Management, is a principle that has been developed and integrated into the mainstream of the management field. This is a principle that many management teams and HR departments use to cut down on waste and improve customer experience. In the case of West Florida Regional Medical...

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Week Nine – Stakeholders

The workshops will involve group discussions involving different topics of interest for diabetes management. Seminars will involve speakers in the health care professions. Fundraiser participation as well as task in the community garden will be based on the abilities of the participants. This setting creates four primary stakeholder groups in...

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Week Seven

P-I-C-O-T: In uninsured diabetics (P), what is the effect of community based programs that provide medical care, proper nutrition, and testing devices (I) on diabetes management (O) compared to individual management (C) within a one-year study (T)? Study Design The experiment design will be a quasi-experimental as there will be...

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Loss Prevention in Healthcare Facilities

No business is immune from loss. Certain types of hazards exist that can happen anywhere at any time. Examples of these include robbery, burglary, computer hacking, credit card fraud, and check fraud. However, certain types of businesses have additional risks that are inherent to the type of work that they...

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Capstone: Health Services Administration

Question 1: For the Strong Memorial Hospital Company there are numerous impacts. These impacts include such things political, economic, social forces that influence the company; thus also including environmental and other external forces that may be present. Political influences depend on the type of government and stability thereof, regulation and...

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Summary Report: Stents and Stroke

Colleagues Stephen Lownie and David Pelz investigated the use of stents to prevent stroke (Lownie & Pelz, 2013). The authors' research revealed that stroke is considered the third leading cost of death both domestically, and worldwide (Lownie & Pelz, 2013). Stroke has many symptoms but the quickly limited blood flow...

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Cochlear Implants: Our Experience at King Abdulaziz University Hospital

IntroductionThe rate of cochlear implants at King Abdulaziz University Hospital has increased significantly over the years. Because of this, the purpose of this study is to examine outcomes of post-operative cochlear implantation. This study will aim to determine if there is a correlation between MRI and CT scans including calcification...

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An Ambulatory Surgical Center Joint Venture

David is tasked with the preparation of a memorandum to the CEO about the joint venture between the hospital and the four surgeons. Some of the key points that he should highlight in the memorandum include the cost of the joint venture to the hospital, how the hospital will benefit...

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St. Louis Medical Center Cardiac Wellness Center Business Plan

With over 500 physicians and around 450 nurses, St. Louis Medical Center (SLMC) has been keeping the people of Summerville, Ironridge, and the general community of Chamberlain County, South Carolina healthy for over 50 years, making it a state-wide leader in the healthcare industry. To continue this dedication to the...

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Health Care Contingent Programs

The Affordable Care Act was implemented to help reduce the cost of health care in America while improving the overall health of employees. Employers offer their employees incentives to encourage decrease of health risk factors in the form of financial incentives. The following paper aims to ascertain the probability of...

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Neighborhood Norma James

Poor wound repair and issues with healing are common issues in older adults and patients with diabetes. Gould et al. (2015) conducted a study investigating the incidence of chronic wounds in older adults that show that wound healing slows with age, noting that clinical trials that address issues of wound...

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UnitedHealth Group Company Background

Introduction UnitedHealth care is one of the world’s leading health and well-being companies. It helps people from all over the world lead healthy lives. It also helps in making the health system work better for everyone. The company has two distinct platforms; United Health care and Optum, through which it...

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What to do if Your Form 1095-A is Incorrect

While much attention has been placed on health care fraud perpetrated by professionals and hospitals such as overcharging Medicaid, individual patients may also abuse health coverage. Health insurance abuse is not a new problem in the U.S. Patients may receive coverage for claims with insufficient documentation, fake ailments, medication used...

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Nursing Care

There are a number of important nursing interventions required for this patient. The doctor should be informed that the patient’s blood sugar is elevated. The doctor requested that he or she be notified if the level exceeds 280 mg/dL. It is significantly higher than that. The patient requires treatment for...

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Caregiving

The following discussion will focus upon the stressors, mental and physical implications of caring for one’s elderly family members. The ‘sandwich generation’ will be described, and further explanation as to what was learnt will be explored. It is evident that caring for one’s elderly parents, and raising young children at...

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