3m Swot

3m Swot

Corporate Responsibility Corporate responsibility is now high on national and international agendas. Yet 3M has long held the belief that reputation depends not solely on our financial performance but also on the way we run our business. In 1975, 3M … Continued
History of the U.S. Health Care Delivery System

History of the U.S. Health Care Delivery System

History of the U. S. Health Care Delivery System Over the course of our countries history, the delivery of our health care system has tried to meet the needs of our growing and changing population. However, we somehow seem to … Continued
Demographic Paper

Demographic Paper

Demographic Paper Patients requiring long term care Axia College of University of Phoenix HCA/490 In today’s world with all the health advances the consumer is living longer. The consumer is very health consciences and he or she strives to stay … Continued
Future Direction of Health Care

Future Direction of Health Care

Yet in many ways, this era began more than a year earlier, with the passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009 and its Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) provisions. Although HITECH may … Continued
How Socioeconomic Status Impacts on Health

How Socioeconomic Status Impacts on Health

Discuss How Socioeconomic Status Impacts on Health Outcomes in Contemporary Australia: In contemporary Australia there are many social classes which group people in regards to their financial, legal and family situations. The effect that socioeconomic status has on the health … Continued
Challenges of Six Sigma in Healthcare

Challenges of Six Sigma in Healthcare

So why in this tough economic climate, would a company willingly spend €12,500 on a training programme and how, as many Third Party Auditors ask, “can you measure the effectiveness of that training? ” In this article we look at … Continued
Health Care and Grief

Health Care and Grief

Grief: A Family Crisis Codie Robertson Idaho State University Introduction Grief transpires across all ages and is an aspect of all cultures (Jacob, 1993). Is a reaction to a situation of loss or impending loss, which can result from the … Continued
Teaching Strategies for Special Populations

Teaching Strategies for Special Populations

One of the many things we teach is either how to maintain their health or restore it. We also have to reach out to the families of the patients because they have to know the importance of the rehabilitation efforts … Continued
Research Paper on Icd-10 Implementaion

Research Paper on Icd-10 Implementaion

Since the development of the ICD-9-CM system there are new diseases and diagnoses that have been discovered, and the current system of three digit categories with no more then ten subcategories each just can’t cover all of the reasons why … Continued
Public Health

Public Health

Public health From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Newspaper headlines from around the world about polio vaccine tests (13 April 1955). Public health is “the science and art of preventing disease, prolonging life and promoting health through … Continued
Becoming Influential

Becoming Influential

The public view of nurses as subordinates to physicians, simply “trained” to follow doctors’ orders, an overall lack of understanding as to the level of education and the kind of work nurses actually do (Sullivan, 2004) has lent to this … Continued
Ethical Issues of Health Care

Ethical Issues of Health Care

Out of the four models of physician/patient relationship, Dr. McKee exemplified the Paternalistic model, the least ideal model for physician/patient interactions. He makes decisions for the patient dismissing the importance of their values or desires. For example, on the way … Continued
University of Phoenix Electronic Medical Records

University of Phoenix Electronic Medical Records

Electronic Medical Records Many health care facilities have a hard time keeping up with claims and payments in medical records. Some facilities hire people just to handle these tasks. If not properly monitored, it can cause problems in patients’ accounts. … Continued
Indian Health Services

Indian Health Services

Indian Health Service (IHS) The Indian Health Service is an operational division agency within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHA), which is responsible for providing medical and health care services for federally recognized Indian and Alaskan Native American … Continued
Health Tourism

Health Tourism

What is it? Medical tourism (also called medical travel, health tourism or global health care) is a term initially coined by travel agencies and themass media to describe the rapidly-growing practice of traveling across international borders to obtain health care. Such services typically include elective procedures as well … Continued
Hippa

Hippa

HIPPA’s main goal is to protect and assure that the patient’s health information is protected. HIPPA protects the information even if it’s in the form of the media, electronic, paper or even oral. The facility has no right to release … Continued
Pulmonary Tuberculosis

Pulmonary Tuberculosis

The following will discuss the Pulmonary Tuberculosis disease. Pulmonary tuberculosis is a contagious bacterial infection that involves the lungs, but may spread to other organs (Pubmed Health, 20101. The efforts used to control Pulmonary Tuberculosis will be explained. The influence … Continued
Facility Planning

Facility Planning

A great need for an ambulatory care center exists in my community. As of now most services that can be offered in such a setting are done at the hospital as an outpatient service. That service takes up valuable resources … Continued
The Evolution of Private Health Insurance

The Evolution of Private Health Insurance

The Evolution of Private Health Insurance and Why the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is the Future of Health Care One of the most hotly debated topics in the past two years has been health care reform. An effort … Continued
Hospital Executive Summary

Hospital Executive Summary

Nightingale Community Hospital Mission Nightingale Community Hospital provides professional care that ensures total security and satisfaction to those who wish to benefit from our care. Out of concern for the welfare of our patients and we continually improve the process … Continued
Spatial Distribution of the Primary Health Care Facilities

Spatial Distribution of the Primary Health Care Facilities

Depending on which perspective of observation, some have applauded the effort of the government in providing grass root health care services whereas in some quarters such services have been marred by inefficiency (Adeyemo, 2005). This is evidenced in the number … Continued
Checkpoint: Patient Self-Determination Act

Checkpoint: Patient Self-Determination Act

The Patient Self-Determination Act which became effective in 1990 required consumers to be provided with informed consent, information about their right to make advance health care decisions (called advance directives), and information about state laws that impact legal choices in … Continued
Dr. Beckett’s Dental Office

Dr. Beckett’s Dental Office

The problem starts when she never gave importance on the implication of management but rather run only her business in a way she wanted it to be. * She did not care of running a business without a background on … Continued
Philippine Country

Philippine Country

A Reaction Paper on: Nurse Migration from a Source Country Perspective: Philippine Country Case Study Nurse shortages in developed countries have accelerated international nurse recruitment and migration, sparking debate about the consequences for sending and receiving countries and for the … Continued
Facility Planning

Facility Planning

Building elements, color, texture, and pattern should all give cues, as well as artwork and signage (WBDG, 2010). Health care facilities are designed not only to support and facilitate state-of-the-art medicine and technology, patient safety, and quality patient care, but … Continued
Reflective Account

Reflective Account

This seemed to keep his mind off worrying about were his wife or daughter was and stopped him from wanting to walk about the ward. After a while the patient asked if he could lie down for a while, and … Continued
Ethics of Care

Ethics of Care

This essay will discuss the view that the service-user’s rights to autonomy and dignity should outweigh all other considerations. Autonomy is the right to chose or refuses care. The service users (and their workers) have the right to dignity The … Continued
Daring Paradigm

Daring Paradigm

A Daring Paradigm A theme that is emerging in the healthcare setting is that of a Healing Hospital. Patients and families can feel less stressed and know they are being taken care of by dedicated employees. The focus is on … Continued
Metaparadigm as Related to the Theory of Comfort

Metaparadigm as Related to the Theory of Comfort

My Metaparadigm as Related to the Theory of Comfort Introduction Practicing as a nurse, I realize I follow my own metaparadigm of nursing. In this paper, I relate my own personal beliefs with that of a popular nursing theorist. Though … Continued
Kot Task

Kot Task

KOT 1 Task 1 Organizational Systems and Quality Leadership October 5th, 2012 Leadership Strategies Two strategies that enable a nurse on an interdisciplinary team to exert leadership without occupying a formal leadership position are to be a role model and … Continued