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Healthcare Essay Examples

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 ...

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...

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...

Essay to explain role of support worker

...As a support worker, duty of care is an obligation that ensures that no harm is done to people in your care; if this duty of care is not met you are held accountable for the negligence which has occurred. We must put the best interests of service users health, safety and wellbeing as a priority to protect them and keep them safe from harm in all aspects of care, this includes: maintaining confidentiality, reporting concerns (both about service users and colleagues/ other professionals) and maint...

The Market for Lemons

...Akerlof, G. (1970) The Market for "Lemons": Quality Uncertainty and the Market Mechanism. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 84, (3): 495. 6 Akerlof, G. (1970) The Market for "Lemons": Quality Uncertainty and the Market Mechanism. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 84, (3): 496. 7 Akerlof, G. (1970) The Market for "Lemons": Quality Uncertainty and the Market Mechanism. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 84, (3): 498. 8Akerlof, G. (2001) Writing the "The Market for 'Lemons'": A Personal and In...

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...

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...

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,...

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...

Patient-centred care is a fundamental issue

...During the discussion forums in my tutorial class, patient-centred care was one of the topics which grasped my attention. The forum provided an insight into what is involved in patient-centred and examined some effective strategies. I found this topic interesting as the class shared their experiences and viewpoints on the issue. One participant shared that when recently working in aged care as an assistant nurse, patient care was often carried out in regards to time restraints and thus resulting...

HIH Insurance Report

...Arens, A. A., Best, P., Shailer, G., Fiedler, B., Elder, R. J. & Beasley, M. (2010). Auditing, Assurance Services and Ethics in Australia (8th ed.). Frenchs Forest, N.S.W. : Pearson Australia. CPA Australia and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia. (2004). ‘Auditing Handbooks’, Prentice Hall, Sydney. Johnson, R. (2004). READINGS IN AUDITING. Milton, Qld: Wiley. Kehl, D. (2001). HIH Insurance Group collapse. Retrieved 12 January, 2014 from http://www.aph.gov.au/About_Parlia...

Transition from graduate registered nurses in the practice of the registered nurse

...During the discussion forums in my tutorial class, patient-centred care was one of the topics which grasped my attention. The forum provided an insight into what is involved in patient-centred and examined some effective strategies. I found this topic interesting as the class shared their experiences and viewpoints on the issue. One participant shared that when recently working in aged care as an assistant nurse, patient care was often carried out in regards to time restraints and thus resulting...

Fire Insurance

...If the insurer has inserted an average clause, the policy is known as "Average Policy". * Comprehensive policy:- is also known as 'all in one' policy and covers risks like fire, theft, burglary, third party risks, etc. It may also cover loss of profits during the period the business remains closed due to fire. * Valued policy:- is a departure from the contract of indemnity. Under it the insured can recover a fixed amount agreed to at the time the policy is taken. In the event of loss, only the f...

A Reflection on Chasing Zero

...Now, when people visit a healthcare facility for any reason, they will understand that the professionals working with them are human, and can therefore make mistakes. Through the documentary, people can learn to be their own advocates and to question anything that their healthcare provider is doing which is unclear to them. Chasing Zero presented many concepts to think about and a goal that, if worked for, can be achieved, at least on a personal level. As technology advances and awareness increa...

Production and operation management

...Harrison believes that if he becomes active in the business, one of the two key employees, the vice president of operations, will leave the firm. Harrison has decided to complete the final two months of this school year and then spend the summer around Kare-Full Katering – as well as institutions with their own food services – to assess whether he wants to become involved in the business. He is particularly interested in finding out as much as possible about operations. Harrison believes he ...

Benefit to Home Country

...Every woman should have the choice for a planned pregnancy, safe birth and healthy newborns. To deliver a maternity service that enables women to have a positive birth experience and gives midwives the satisfaction of providing quality care, it is important to consider the organizational structures and environment in which it is delivered. The aim of WHO strategy based in Maldives in the year 2005 was safe pregnancy, evaluation of health care workers and development of guidelines for reduction o...

The Unhealthy Hospital Case Study

...There is no need to expand or extend the services in the present hospital as of now because of the present situation. This can be done in later stages when there is a need. A careful evaluation of the customer inflow and the requirements of the staffs to treat them should be done. The excess staff should be terminated to cut down the cost. This decision might lead to conflict and the workforce dissatisfaction in the beginning, but ignoring it is very much necessary since this step will be good f...

The biological perspective and social learning theory (SLT)

...With the biological theory all the aspects can be used in a health setting but not necessarily in a social care setting. Maturation theory (Gesell), and work shift patterns have both been explained for both health and social care settings but other aspects of the biological theory such as medication is the cure for everything, genes/DNA and chemical imbalances are the cause for illness and disease can only be really placed in a health setting as most social care settings have a more holistic app...

Vulnerable populations

...Health care reform legislation has spurred efforts to develop integrated health care delivery systems that seek to coordinate the continuum of health services. These systems may be of particular benefit to patients who face barriers to accessing care or have multiple health conditions. But it remains to be seen how safety-net providers, including community health centers and public hospitals—which have long experience in caring for these vulnerable populations—will be included in integrated ...

Week 4 Lab: Assessment Worksheet

...potential lost or unrecoverable data. False, the RPO could be 30 mins while the RTO could be 1 hour. The RPO depends upon the backup, if it occurs every day at 5pm, then no data would be lost. If the backup is every hour, then data not backed up prior to the outage would have the potential for being lost. 5. What questions would you have for executive management prior to finalizing a BIA report? Do all critical employees understand their role should an outage/disaster occur? Are there third part...

Professional Action Plan

...Medical and health services managers typically need at least a bachelor’s degree to enter the occupation. Prospective medical and health services managers have a bachelor's degree in health administration. These programs prepare students for higher level management jobs than programs that graduate students with other degrees. In addition to education other needed qualities consist of: analytical skills, communication skills, interpersonal skills, problem-solving skills, technical skills, and b...

Health Care Transparency

...With expanded information more people will be properly informed of all their choices. Transparency means freedom for consumers. It means more access to information, and more freedom to select the best choice. Without transparency health care is more of a guessing game. Does the facility perform well with back surgery? Who knows guess you’ll have to find out on your own. Of course, that’s risky. But why risk, when you can be informed? At least with information the public can make better decis...

Health Insurance Matrix

...Dimmitt, B. (1996). Can Point-of-Service Go The Distance? Retrieved from http://av4kc7fg4g.search.serialssolutions.com.ezproxy.apollolibrary.com/?ctx_ver=Z39.88-2004&ctx_enc=info%3Aofi%2Fenc%3AUTF-8&rfr_id=info:sid/summon.serialssolutions.com&rft_val_fmt=info:ofi/fmt:kev:mtx:journal&rft.genre=article&rft.atitle=Can+point-of-service+go+the+distance%3F&rft.jtitle=Business+and+Health&rft.au=Dimmitt%2C+Barbara&rft.date=1996-08-01&rft.pub=Medical+Economics+Inc&...

HEALTH INSURANCE SECTOR IN INDIA: CURRENT SCENARIO

...Health policy-makers and health systems research institutions, in collaboration with economic policy study institutes, need to gather information about the prevailing disease burden at various geographical regions; to develop standard treatment guidelines, to undertake costing of health services for evolving benefit packages to determine the premium to be levied and subsidies to be given; and to map health care facilities available and the institutional mechanisms which need to be in place, for ...

Narativo komposisyon

...Medical records are the documents that explain all about the history, clinical findings, diagnostic test results, pre and postoperative care, patient’s progress and medication. If written correctly notes will support the doctor about the correctness of treatment. Inspite of knowing the importance of proper records keeping in India, it is still in the initial stages. Medical records are the one of the most important aspect on which practically almost every medico-legal battle is won or lost. Re...

Acknowledgement of report

...I had sincerely expressed my ineptness & gratitude towards Max Life Insurance for giving me an opportunity to join this esteem organization for 45 days of summer training. My summer training in Max Life Insurance Kurukshetra, of duration 45 days has been quite successful. During my stay for 45 days, I had received full co-operation from employees and officers of the Max Life Insurance. The practical visualization of the summer training has helped me to understand a lot of practical things. I...

Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity

...In conclusion, all faiths may have similarities or differences between them but healthcare providers must be prepared to treat any and all patients with respect. In addition to providing medical treatment, health care providers must be prepared to also provide care that is culturally competent and spiritually nurturing. A health care provider who is versed in patient diversity will be prepared to recognize the variations needed to provide patient care that helps promote healing, compliance, and ...

Weight Watchers Case Study

...The best alternative for Weight Watchers is to partner with a large national fitness center chain to position them as a full solution to meet the goal of weight loss success. By partnering with a national fitness center chain, Weight Watchers will be successful in increasing revenue by 25%, increasing market share, and retaining current consumers. This partnership addresses their weaknesses as differentiating themselves from fad diets (important combination of exercise and eating healthy). This ...

Health Administrator

..."Careers in Healthcare Management: How to Find your Path and Follow It." Chicago: Health Administration Press. 11.Jump up ^ Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2006). "Rising health costs put pressure on public finances, finds OECD." Retrieved January 20, 2009 from the OECD Web site: http://www.oecd.org/document/37/0,3343,en_2649_201185_36986213_1_1_1_1,00.html External links[edit]American College of Healthcare Executives Association of University Programs in Health Administr...

Globalization of health care

...•Improve health care status & create employment opportunities for health care and tourism: Several decades ago very few hospitals in developing countries could claim to offer the highest quality of health care. Due to globalization of health care, hospitals around the world are striking to meet the stringent requirements, improving health systems standards to attract foreigners, which also benefits local patients. Besides, it would also be useful to encourage developing countries to tax me...

Spiritual Needs Assessment

...perioperative experience. Association of Operating Room Nurses. AORN Journal, 89(5), 875-882. http://dx.doi.org/doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.aorn.2009.01.024 Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. (2005). Evaluating your spiritual assessment process. Retrieved from http://www.pastoralreport.com/archives/spiritual.pdf Oakley, E. T., Katz, G., Sauer, K., Dent, B., & Millar, A. L. (2010). Physical therapists’ perception of spirituality and patient care: Beliefs, pra...

Sample Interrogatories for Dog Bite Case

...11. How is the dog in question escaping from a fenced in yard and why is the dog not properly leashed or restrained while outside? 12. Has the dog in question received professional training or instruction from yourself or anyone else to specifically pursue the PLAINTIFF? 13. Were you given any warnings about the dog in question’s behavior, whether verbal or written by the PLAINTIFF, before the attack that resulted in injuries to the PLAINTIFF, which could have prevented the attack from occurri...

Core Competencies

...Hamric, A. B., Hanson,C. M., O’Grady, E. T., Tracy, M. F. (2014) Advanced Practice Nursing: An Integrative Approach, 5th Ed. [VitalSource Digital Version]. St. Louis, MO: Elsevier Saunders. The American Organization of Nurse Executives. 2011. The AONE Nurse Executive Competencies. Retrieved September 11, 2014 from http://www.aone.org/resources/leadership%20tools/nursecomp.shtml The National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties. 2012. Nurse Practitioner Core Competencies April 2011, Ame...

The consolidated life case

...After a year, Mike received an offer from a different consolidated Life division located across town. Mike was asked to manage an office in the marketing area. The pay was excellent and it offered an opportunity to turn around an office in disarray. The reorganization in his present division at consolidated was almost complete, and most of his mentors and friends in management had moved on to other jobs. Mike decided to accept the offer. In his exit interview, he was assured that if he ever want...

Organizational Structure Paper

...Management Library . (n.d.). http://managementhelp.org/mgmnt/skills.htm Farmers’. (n.d.). http://www.farmers.com/insurance_products.html Ingram, D. (2013). The Advantages of Geographical Organizational Structure. Retrieved September 1, 2013, from http://smallbusiness.chron.com/advantages-geographical-organizational-structure-717.html Insurance Journal (2007). Zurich’s Farmers Group to Buy U.S. Auto Insurer Bristol West. Retrieved September 2, 2013, from http://www.insurancejournal.com/news/n...

Handwashing Study

...Beggs, C.B, Sheperd, S. Kerr, K (2008). Increasing the frequency of hand washing by healthcare workers does not lead to commensurate reductions in staphylococcal infection in hospital ward. BMC Infectious Diseases; 8(114) Hiremath RN, Kotwal A, Kunte R, Hiremath SV, Venkatesh (2012). Hand Washing with Soap: The Most Effective “Do-It-Yourself” Vaccine? Natl J Community Med; 3(3):551-4 Lizandra Ferreira de Almeida e Borges, Lilian Alves Rocha, Maria Jose Nunes & Paulo Pino Gontijo Filho. (...

Information System Briefing

...That being said the belief is that a new system is necessary and needs to be implemented soon. Employees have the important part of implementing the changes that will take place. They are to try and show how using the new information system will benefit the organization, and possibly save money. Investors relay information between the other organizations. The community within which an organization operates shows support to the organization and allows the community to make their decisions, what t...

Community Health Advocacy

...Christoffel, K. (2011). Public health Advocacy: Process and Product. American Journal of Public Health Illinois Department of Public Health. (2010). Leading causes of death, Illinois, 2010. Retrieved from http://www.idph.state.il.us/health/bdmd/leadingdeaths10.htm Nies, M. (Mary Albrecht), & McEwen, M. (2010). Community/public health nursing: promoting the health of populations. Elsevier/Saunders Stanhope, M., & Lancaster, J. (2009). Foundations of nursing in the community: community-ori...

Analysis of Unilever’s Risks and Risk Management Strategies

...Risk management is not only to establish a risk management for business procedure, more importantly, the company shall establish a comprehensive and effective risk management control system to make sure the effective implementation of the risk management strategy. The company can establish a Risk Management Committee in the head office and shall be directly responsible for the board of directors. “The board needs to be consulted on matters of risk management and it needs to be able to give gui...

Work in the nursing profession

...Nursing and midwifery board, 2008. Viewed, 5 June, 2014. http://www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au. Australian Human Rights Commission, 2013. Viewed june 5 2014.https://www.humanrights.gov.au/publications/achieving-aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander-health-equality-within-generation-human#the-challenge. Culture and language training for a multicultural workplace, 2012. Viewed 5 June 2014. http://www.callearning.com/blog/2012/07/10-cultural-factors-that-influence-health-care/ Nursing and Midwife...

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