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Health Care Essay Examples

A needs assess Gap Analysis on Kaiser Permanente

...An evaluation process will then follow to assess the effectiveness of the intervention. Questionnaires will be administered to each of the three groups of stakeholders. The questionnaires will be structured to assess and evaluate the effectiveness of the intervention as well as requesting proposal for achieving further progresses. The intervention will deemed successful through satisfied and happy patient positive reviews from happily served, satisfied and recovered patients (Kochan, 2009). Besi...

Altruism: Research perspectives from Current psychology

...Many new nurses have very hard time while making decisions concerning life and death. In most cases it takes a lot of maturity to get wisdom, knowledge and certitude. Ethics in the healthcare and nursing profession is what it always drives the process of making decisions whether good or bad. Altruism as one of the most critical code of ethics should always be involved in any other decision that is made (Johnson, Larkin, & Saks, 1995). Nurses are also put in a fix that they have to always res...

The pre existing conditions and benefits of the obamacare

...In conclusion, it is evident that despite some challenges the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, the benefits that accrue to it are tremendous and revolutionary in health care. The covering of persons with preexisting conditions such as cancer has great impact on health care of Americans who were left out to suffer as they could not afford paying from their pockets. Additionally, the expansion of the health care to accommodate low and middle income earners has made the healthcare be acce...

Critique of Systematic Research Review SRR

...The systematic review also requires the use of tools and equipment in terms of data collections that are reliable and can provide valid data and information which can be used in the identification of the various symptoms that are also associated with lung cancer. It is to be noted that the systematic review however, despite not showing the use of theoretical frameworks that can be used to establish the symptoms of lung cancer, it identifies some of the ways through which p...

Ethical dilemma in nursing profession

...In conclusion, ethical principles are very significant in the nursing practices since they guide the nurses to make their every day decisions. The nurses, however, face ethical dilemma since they are not able to decide whether they are not able to determine whether their decision is either right or wrong. Nursing is a profession that requires a lot of decision making since they are working to save patient lives, though they are required to make decisions depending on the c...

The Social Impact of the Internet on Our Society

... In conclusion, the internet has been one of the greatest technological developments which have been experienced in the world. Despite the many challenges which are being faced and with government grappling with ways of regulating internet use, it can be seen that the internet has generated a lot of benefits in the world and has changed the way people think (Hinsch, & Sheldon, 2013). The future looks bright in terms of internet use as there are numerous technological developments w...

Spirituality In Health care

... Love and social support: By the act of friends and family network being close, which in turn lends help as well as emotional support, protection against many diseases has been facilitated. Researchers have believed that people who experience support and love tend to offer resistance to unhealthy behaviors and also feel less stressed. Some of the researchers offer the suggestion that a strong social network improves the protection of people against heart disease.Prayer: This refers to ...

Adoption of new technology systems

...Archer, N., & Cocosila, M. (2011). A Comparison of Physician Pre-Adoption and Adoption Views on Electronic Health Records in Canadian Medical Practices. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 13(3), 65.Devkota, B., & Devkota, A. (2014). Electronic health records: advantages of use and barriers to adoption. Health Renaissance, 11(3), 78.Mihalko, M. (2011). Cognitive Informatics and Nursing: Considerations for Increasing Electronic Health Records Adoption Rates. Journal of Pediatric Nursing...

United States Health Сare System

... The healthcare system is an integral part in any country’s economy. The United States healthcare system receives the highest government’s expenditure of about 15.3% GDP. However, the US health care system is a unique one as it lacks governing body and various stakeholders such as private sectors, government, and insurance companies manage it. The financing, payment, and service delivery is mediated by insurance companies. Payment is made through insurance coverage where cit...

Professional Career Action Plan

...American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management AAHAM Retrieved from http://www.aaham.org/Certification/CPATCCAT/tabid/90/Default.aspx CPAT/CCAT Frequently Asked Questions Retrieved from http://www.illinoisaaham.com/images/Technical_Certification_FAQs.pdf Edwards T, Job Description of a Health Director eHow Retrieved from http://www.ehow.com/about_5347304_job-description-health-director.html Setting goals and objectives Retrieved from http://www.time-management-guide.com/goals-and-o...

INDUSTRIAL ATTACHMENT AT SUNYANI REGIONAL HOSPITAL

...Computers available at their disposal, those not meet the so called “standard computerized hospital.” The compound of the Hospital is enticing especially the lawns, building structure and location of the Nursing Training College. Quality food is given to the patients on sick bed with good health care delivery. Marketing of shoes, perfumes, ladies tops etc is done by some staffs, and feeding is inadequate to meet all staffs. Mixing of patients folders. After treatment all folders are kept in ...

Nurse Burnout

...The most important consequences on the organization can include a decreased job satisfaction, low or no interest in work activities, deterioration of the quality of service, increased accidents, and low job involvement. This burnout prevents nurses from evolving, and leads to fatigue. Fatigue causes stress, and stress can also lead to many health problems, such as hypertension, palpitations, tachycardia, and menstrual alterations. In every hospital, there is always going to be nurses who are mor...

Describe key aspects of public health strategies

...WHO is a co-coordination organisation for health within the United Nations as a whole and has many roles as responsibilities such as it provides leadership on problems critical to health and appealing in partnerships where there needs to be joint action. It also shapes the research programme and stimulates the generation and dissemination of valuable knowledge. Further it puts down standards and monitors implementation. Lastly it “provides a technical support, catalysing change, and developing...

Professional Nursing Philosophy

...307-322. doi:10.1177/089801019401200308 Hochhauser, M. (2007). Consent forms: No easy read. Applied Clinical Trials, 16(5), 74. Retrieved November 17, 2012 from http://libproxy.uta.edu:5745/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?sid=dd795158-f393-4eb8-b67b-8a1cc3b595fd%40sessionmgr104&vid=4&hid=121 Meyer, G., & Lavin, M.A. (2005). Vigilance: The essence of nursing. OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 10(1). doi:10.3912/OJIN.Vol10No03PPT01 Poma, P.A. (1983). Hispanic cultural influences...

Managing Outbreaks of an Infection

...The department of Health Guidelines say: “There are three levels of TB infection control: Administrative (managerial) control measures/ work place policy, environmental control measures, and personal protective equipment (respiratory protection). Administrative control measures are the most important since environmental control measures and personal protective equipment (respiratory protection) will not work in the absence of solid administrative control measures. Each level operates at a diff...

HIPAA, CIA & Safeguards

...“This settlement sends an important message that OCR expects health plans and health care providers to have in place a carefully designed, delivered, and monitored HIPAA compliance program,” said OCR Director Leon Rodriguez. “The HITECH Breach Notification Rule is an important enforcement tool and OCR will continue to vigorously protect patients’ right to private and secure health information.” In addition to the $1,500,000 settlement, the agreement requires BCBST to review, revise, an...

Person Centred Care

...Dimond, B. (2002) Legal aspects of patient confidentiality. London: Allen Publishing. Dimond, B. (2005) Legal aspects of nursing. 4th ed. London: Pearson Longman. Dougherty, L. (2011). The royal marsden hospital manual of clinical nursing procedures student edition. 8th ed. West Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell. Health Foundation (2014) Person-centred care: what is person-centred care? [online]. London: [Accessed 27 March 2014]. Available at: . Henderson, R. (2014) Urine dipstick analysis. [online]. Leed...

Rights and Choices of Individuals with Dementia

...Each individual have a basic need to express themselves, to show others who they are, what they believe in, and how they are different. This is what makes individuals unique. Individuality is what makes life and people interesting Each individual have the right to make his or her own choices and decisions and must be assumed to have the capacity to do so unless it is proved otherwise. Individuals must be supported as much as possible to make a decision before anyone concludes that they cannot ma...

APN Interviews: Caring, Competency, and Compassion

...Linda contribution to midwifery and woman care is many years of delivering babies, not all deliveries are happy. Some babies are stillborn or babies are born premature, and some with undiagnosed congenital anomalies. Part of Linda’s spiritual belief is that all babies are gifts from God and all life is precious. An example she related to me was about a Hispanic patient screaming in the labor room. The woman already received some medication for pain. The nurses were getting frustrated at this ...

Maori Health Care in New Zealand

...The conclusion that can be reached from the above discussion is that Maori does not enjoy a level playing field as far as health care services are concerned and that the spirit of element three of Te Tiriti o Waitangi is not adhered to by government. Most Maori health plans emphasise the importance of interpersonal relationships, awareness of Maori belief systems, cultural identity and Maori lifestyle as important to health and see the development of health plans by Maori for Maori as one of the...

The origins of public health in the UK from the 19th Century to the present day

...Also, due to research in 1957, we found out that smoking cigarettes is a huge contributor to cancer. Because of this, the smoking percentages since 1974 to 2012 has dropped by 29% in men and 22% in women. (http://ash.org.uk/files/documents/ASH_106.pdf, ASH Fact Sheet) A comparison between England in the 1900's and England now is that even though the UK is the seventh richest country in the world, in 2012 it was measured that 1 in 6 (5.6 million, 17%) adults in the UK are living in poverty. Durin...

Needs in Different Life Stages

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Handle Information in Health and Social Care Settings

...When concerns are raised over the recording, storing and sharing of information it is the health care assistances duty to ensure that the issue is made aware to the senior member of staff such as the supervisor, line manager and all to colleagues. It is also the health care assistances duty to ensure that such information is recorded accurately. The service users permission or consent must be obtained in case the information has to do with their privacy. If the information poses a threat or any ...

Evidence Based Practice

...A facilitating factor is that the organisation should support staff to practice evidence based practice by allocating time for individuals to pursue it. Newhouse (2007). Limitations consist of low response rate, health professionals passionate either positively or negatively more likely to respond and also the self reporting to assess knowledge, skills and attitudes may resulted in inflated or underestimated scores. “Systematic reviews may be of varying kinds, but all are based on rigorous pro...

Healthcare Administrator

...Dutta, P. (2009, June 6). What Is a Healthcare Administrator? | eHow. eHow. Retrieved September 21, 2013, from http://www.ehow.com/facts_5075268_healthcare-administrator.html Freel, M. (2012, January 26). 5 Challenges Hospital Administrators Must Overcome to Succeed in Today's Rapidly Changing Industry. 5 Challenges Hospital Administrators Must Overcome to Succeed in Today's Rapidly Changing Industry. Retrieved September 22, 2013, from http://www.beckershospitalreview.com/hospital-management-adm...

Physical Therapy

...My second interview was with a man who is a recent graduate of the kinesiology program Saint Mary’s. He received his Master’s degree in Kinesiology, but still wasn’t exactly sure what profession he wanted to be in. He said that Kinesiology is a very versatile major and that you can do a lot of different careers with it. He recommended that I continue on the path of Kinesiology because he hasn’t even figured out what he wants to do yet, but he still has options to choose from. His final a...

The Determinants of Health

...determinants of health. (n.d.). CNA_Determinants_of_Health_E.pdf. Retrieved April 30, 2014, from http://www.nanb.nb.ca/PDF/CNA_Determinants_of_Health_E.pdfhttp://www.nanb.nb.ca Institutional links. (2013, January 15). What Makes Canadians Healthy or Unhealthy?. Retrieved May 1, 2014, from http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/ph-sp/determinants/determinants-eng.php#education Registered Nurses' Association of Ontariol'Association des infirmières et infirmiers autorisés de l'Ontario. (2013, November 21). H...

Relationship Centered Model of Care in Dementia and the Six Senses Framework

...The senses framework captures the subjective and perceptual dimensions of caring relationships in order to create tailored and seamless care. When using RCC and the senses framework model in a case study, it allowed a biographical approach of care planning structured through ensuring the six senses are met. A greater understanding of the person with dementia can be achieved through using the six senses accurately. However if the future of care is going to change from patient centred care to RCC,...

Assess individual in health care

...It should be written so that the person can easily understand and refer to it. It should enable a person to easily review their plan and the agreements that have been made. The plan also allows the person to build upon their own strengths and be an active participant in their supports. A plan is completed at the time of initial assessment, should be regularly discussed by the person receiving supports and their case manager, and updated as a person’s support needs change. Progress, lack of pro...

P3 U2

...There have been cases in the national media of care homes, secure or forensic units (places of security for people with dangerous psychiatric behaviours) and individual carers being accused of systematically discriminating against the people in their care and overriding their individual rights by the use of power or force. Older, vulnerable people in residential or nursing care homes are at particular risk of abusive situations because of the high power base of those caring for them. There are o...

Health and Social Care

...At this 29th century the social and the health care system policies initiative reached the rural and far areas of the United Kingdom. The main goal of this initiative of the health and social care is to provide the health and social care services to the society for the wellbeing of the society without considering the financial condition of the people. The main goal of this initiative is to provide state edification, pension and the universal health care to the citizen of the country. Similar to ...

Too Far Ahead of the IT Curve

...The health care industry is not competing on price, but it's competing on product features, quality of service, delivery time etc. Thus, the quality care is very important for the success of the company. In order to maintain a quality care, the new SOA system must excel at reliability and security. Reliability is crucial for the company since the doctors and patient depend on it. Even a short downtime could be disastrous for Peachtree. In order to ensure reliability the new system should be well...

Contingency Planning for a Healthcare Provider

...Contingency is just one part of a large process for emergency preparedness that includes disaster recovery planning, business practices, and operational continuity. What is also often involved in repairing for such events are processes at a level of organizational processes and implementing policies that may require plans that are numerous and properly prepared for, recover from, respond to, and continue events that impacted by continued activities. What must also be considered by project manag...

Culturally Competent Nursing Care

...Buffalo State, (2001). Technical and behavioral success factors. Retrieved June 23, 2013, from The State University of New York: http://www.buffalostate.edu/offices/hr/pepds/sf/tb.asp. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, (2009). Folk medicine. Retrieved July 17, 2013, from the National Center for Environmental Health: http://www.cdc.gov/nceh/lead/tips/folkmedicine.htm. Douglas, M., Pierce, J., Rosenkoetter, M., Callister, L., Hattar-Pollara, M., Lauderdale, J., & ... Pacquiao, D. (20...

Lester B. Pearson

...The Auto Pact helped settled those tensions and made Canada and the US a lot closer, which strengthened their countries as well. Canada could now rely on the US, and the US could do them same with them. Lester B. Pearson’s action in creating the Auto Pact helped to build prosperity in Canada, which created a stronger, more wealthy economy. Lester B. Pearson’s efforts and accomplishments as Prime Minister helped improve Canada. Pearson had helped create Canada’s reputation as peacekeepers....

Compensation Strategies

...Communication is going to be the fundamental key to getting the buy in and positive reactions to implementing these compensation benefits. The best merit increase plan, healthcare plan, and 401(k) plan can generate positive employee reactions or a negative employee reaction. The actual effect depends on whether these plans are understood and accepted and whether employees' perceptions of the facts are positive. Finally, it is important to make sure we keep pace and understand what other organiza...

Mama Might Be Better Off Dead

...In conclusion, “Mama Might Be Better off Dead: the Failure of Health Care in Urban America” really shows many areas of human suffering. In a country based on freedom and equality for all, the area of health care could not be further from equal in America. Every day we see talks of health care reform in the news. Political candidates form plans in their campaigns. However, this book puts a real face on the failure of health care in America. I hope more people become aware of how badly change ...


FAQ about Health Care


❓ What Are the Causes and Consequences of Child Neglect

...These are newborns of women who used alcohol or abused drugs during their pregnancy, and this can put the children at risk of physical and mental disabilities. The identified newborn infants as affected by withdrawal symptoms or illegal substance abu ...

❓ Why are nursing skills an integral part of an interdisciplinary team

...Hayward, L., Canali, A., & Hill, A. (2008). Interdisciplinary peer mentoring: a model for developing culturally competent health care professionals. Journal Of Physical Therapy Education, 19(1), 28-40. Higgs, J., Ajjawi, R., Mcallister, L., Trede ...

❓ How to Improve Your Health

...III Balance calories from foods and drinks with physical activity are very important. Physical activity will help to lower the risk of heart diseases and cancers. A Exercise help strength your heart and help your lungs work better. It also strength y ...

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