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    An Annotated Bibliography Hcs 465

    An Annotated Bibliography: Teen Pregnancy HCS/465 September 14, 2012 Annotated Bibliography on Teen Pregnancy For year teen pregnancy has been on a problem in many countries. Here in the United States teen pregnancy has raised, with no help from programs like Teen Mom on MTV and the National Geographic’s channel. Most people see a dramatic version of what it might be like with the cameras on, but when the cameras off, life takes a completely different turn. You do not have

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    Hcs/465

    HCS/465- Health Care Reseach Studies to prove childhood obesity is a disease are conducted often. The studies that are conducted are to help prevent and cure childhood obesity. There are several ways each study is conducted. Throughout this paper one will learn of at least one way a study was conducted, and the results of that particular study. One will learn of the information that was collected as well as the procedure to keep the results and information private. The study that one will learn

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    Hcs 440

    Ratio Computation HCS 405, University of Phoenix November 5, 2012 Diana Schilling Eight Basic Ratio’s Used in Health Care Liquidity Ratios 1. Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities UNAUDITED: 2009: $128,867/$23,807 = 5.41 2008: $130,026/$8,380 = 15.52 AUDITED: 2009: $127,867/$23,807 = 5.37 2008: $130,026/$8,380 = 15.52 2. Quick Ratio: Cash & Cash Equivalents + Net Receivables/Current Liabilities UNAUDITED: 2009: $22,995 + ($59,787-$10,757)/$23,807 = 3.03 2008:

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    Return on Hc Research

    Return on HC Thing to be implemented for tracking: * Systems that track hours per project * Performance appraisals-3-4 times a year Reports: * The Boston Consulting Group report, Creating People Advantage: How to Tackle the Major HR Challenges During the Crisis and Beyond) * Employee Lifetime Value: Measuring the Long-Term Financial Contribution of Employees * http://www.cgma.org/Resources/Reports/DownloadableDocuments/CGMA_launch_report.pdf * http://www.thesocialworkplace

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    Hcs/490

    Demographics on Patients Requiring Long-Term Care HCS/490 Ada Martin February 4, 2013 Cindy Perkins Populations around the world are aging, and more people are living with the effects of serious chronic illness toward the end of their lives. Meeting their needs presents a public health challenge. Better palliative care practices are needed to help those involved in planning and supporting care-oriented services most appropriately and effectively suited to the elder care needs. Long-term

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    Hcs 405

    Simulation Review HCS/405 October 15, 2012 Simulation Review: Elijah Heart Center Healthcare can be considered one of the most profitable industries around today. This potential for revenue has made it very important to have a financial team that fully understands the workings of a healthcare organization. There are so many areas that can easily go wrong if the wrong financial decisions are made. Using the simulation helped one to understand the different outcomes possible

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    Hcs 341

    Human Resource Kaneesha Bowens HCS 341 February 11, 2013 Professor Chinelle Brown Human Resource The human resource department is a highly important department in a company. HR is responsible with checking, training, and recruiting job applicants, in addition to processing employee benefit packets. By way of companies reorganizing to achieve competitive advantage, human resources portray a significant function in assisting businesses with constant changes in an aggressive nature and the larger

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    Hcs 441

    Prisoner Health: HIV infection and, other blood-borne viral infections. Amanda Messler-Layman Regulatory Agency HCS/430 10/21/2012 Prisoner Health: HIV infection and, other blood-borne viral infections. The topic is prisoner healthcare and, HIV infection and, other blood-borne viral infections. The paper is to let you know what the agency plans and, what they are doing to help the prisoners get the proper care that they need not only for them

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    Hcs Paper

    Economic Issues Simulation Paper Name HCS/440 Economics: The Financing of Health Care February 7, 2011 Instructor Economic Issues Simulation Paper The Castor Collins health plan is a health maintenance program (HMO) that was found in 1999. The company provides health insurance coverage through a system that involves a network of physicians and hospitals. Castor Collins Heath Plan uses the capitation model to fund its large distributed group of physicians and health care organizations. Currently

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    Hcs 545

    Ethical Health Care Issues Paper HCS/545 May 22nd, 2013 Mary Nell Cummings University of Phoenix Ethical Health Care Issues Introduction There are many ethical health care issues that are currently affecting our society. One of the current healthcare issues that are affecting our society is blood transfusion, the ability to receive medical treatment. This issue affects our society because it enables patients to receive blood transfusions in many situations that can save lives

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    Hcs 531

    Course Design Guide College of Natural Sciences HCS/531 Version 3 Health Care Organizations and Delivery Systems Copyright © 2012, 2011, 2007 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Course Description This course is a comprehensive approach to health care delivery systems that provides the student with an in-depth understanding of health systems and organizations. Students will examine historical evolutions of the health care industry and recent impacts that influence the delivery

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    Hcs 490 Week 4

    Communication Paper HCS/490 Week 4 July 18, 2011 Benefit of Electronic Health Records In this paper I will demonstrate communication modality of EHR’s uses in health care. My focus is on Electronic Medical Records (EHR), and various approaches to using them. Electronic Medical Records have become a vital tool in health care facilities. They provide a uniform method of communication between doctors and other health care workers, without the necessity for handwritten information that is stored

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    Hcs 325

    HCS 245 Week 4 Individual Assignment Paper Title: cultural and disease paper Instructor : Dr Leah Miller Nabil Ladipo 04/05/13 Tuberculosis:

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    Hcs 245

    Culture and Disease HCS/245 August 6, 2012 Rebecca Johnson RN, MSN, FNP, BC Culture and Disease I chose diabetes mellitus for my culture and disease paper because it is a disease that runs in my family, and there are so many people in this society living with diabetes and does not know they have it or just do not want to take this disease very seriously. Diabetes mellitus is a disease, which affects the glucose level in the blood, whether it is too high or too low, can cause harm

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    Hcs Communication Theory

    Communication Theory Patty Sinsel HCS 320 March 11, 2012 Tralacia Brown Communication Theory Communication is essential to having a productive workforce. When there is a lack of communication there is a lack of understanding. Having good communication in the work place makes employees feel a sense of empowerment. When discussion is encouraged the employee can express his or her own opinion. This feeling goes all the way up the chain of command. When a company can bring everyone together and

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    Hcs-588 Qi Plan Part Ii

    QI Plan Part II- Quality Data Collection Quality data collection is an important tool used in health care organizations to collect data, using those data as information. Based on those results, the findings used for strategic planning, management, and effective decision-making plans. Data collection has been an important method and tool as an important quality for improvement in hospitals and health care organizations. Quality improvement is a process of measuring and improving services that

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    Hcs/405

    |financial account as a revenue. | References: University of Phoenix. 2013. Week two supplement. Retrieved from: HCS/405: Health care Financial Accounting

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    Hcs/320

    (Individual) Communication and Crisis Paper Yahaira Jorge HCS/320 January 13, 2014 Ms. Tricia Tran Communication and Crisis  My name is Yahaira Jorge and I am the director of the regional Emergency Management Office. We have begun to receive official reports of contaminated water with a life-threatening biological agent. As director, I have many priorities in getting this situation under control, but most importantly will need to be in communication with all the organizations involved

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    Hcs 588 Qi Report

    Quality Improvement Report Sarah Worthington HCS/588 – Measuring Performance Standards 20 January 2014 Introduction The provision of quality health services is fundamental to the success of any society; the government, development agents, experts as well as the society play an important role in promoting quality health. Quality health requires various pertinent tools and resources for instance: Technology

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    Hcs/335

    Prescription Refills HCS/335 October 7, 2013 It is important make patients the top priorities, by keeping their best interest but most importantly by providing the best care possible while still adhering to laws and regulations. Jerry McCall is not the exception to this; he is facing the dilemma of doing the right thing or keeping the patient happy by doing him a favor that could cost Jerry his job among severe legal issues. A patient calling Dr. Williams office and asking for a prescription

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    Hcs 465

    Annotated Bibliography Healthcare for Homeless and Low Income Pregnant Women HCS/465 February 4th, 2014 H. Lane Baggett, Ph.D. Annotated Bibliography Special health care needs of homeless pregnant women. (1995, December). Advances in Nursing Science, 18(2), 44-56. This article explains in detail about homeless women through different stages of pregnancy. It provides a great insight about the issues that these individuals have and some of the reasons behind their homelessness status. Many

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    Hcs/325

    Roles and Functions Paper HCS/325 Healthcare Management Facilitator: Hanna Matatyaho Abstract As healthcare continues to evolve it is becoming more and more important to have good managers. Managers must aim to keep up with, improve efficiency, and productivity in their healthcare organization. All managers should want to help their organization they are working for succeed and perform their best by utilizing as many resources as possible. Healthcare managers should recognize problems,

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    Hcs 405

    Ethical Financial Management Dana Doody HCS 405 2 Sep 2014 Working as a financial manager comes with a lot of responsibility; and a lot of standards of practice. Just like physicians and nurses, financial managers of health care organization have a set of rules and ethical guidelines they must follow in their practices. In this paper, I will what the four elements of financial management are. There will also be a summary of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and financial ethical

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    Hcs Paper

    Current Article Summary Mary H. Sellers HCS/235 15 August 2014 Lisa Church The article that I picked is, In The Wake Of The Supreme Court Decision, Many Stakeholders Still Support The Affordable Care Act. In the aftermath of the Supreme Court decision largely upholding the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, many stakeholders have renewed their commitment to health care reform. In fact, a new political economy of health care

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    Hcs 245

    Bronchitis HCS 245 June 6, 2014 Michelle Clemons There are two different types of bronchitis, acute and chronic. They include inflammation of the airways leading to the lungs, but have different causes and, durations. Chronic bronchitis is a lifelong condition that results from continued exposure to lung irritants, such as smoke. While they have similar names, acute and chronic bronchitis are different illnesses. A person with chronic bronchitis can have flare ups of the disease and can even

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    Hcs/341

    Human Resources Management Role Bryanna Hampton October 22, 2014 HCS/341 Mrs. Jennifer McNeill Qualified and motivated human resource (HR) is essential for a qualitative and vigorous health care delivery. Understanding the adversities and constraints of health managers is vital for effective and efficient management of health care services. The present study is aimed at understanding the various adversities and constraints of human resource

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    Hcs 440 Week 4

    Economic Issues Simulation HCS/440 July 9, 2014 Jonathan Foskett Economic Issues Simulation Constructlt is a company, which currently employs 1,000 individuals, 550 men and 450 women in the age group of 26-42. Approximately 60% of the group is married. The group is willing to pay up to $4,000 dollars per individual for their annual premium. Castor Collins must weigh the many considerations when deciding to insure Constructlt, the premiums employees are willing to pay

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    Hcs 430

    Professional Regulation and Criminal Liability HCS/430 January 6, 2015 Professional Regulation and Criminal Liability The trust and care of patients to health care providers has been on the decline for several decades (David A. Thom, 2004) Crimes committed by health care professionals, occur at all levels. Patients are more involved with their care, due to more accessible resources on the internet. Patients can research their physician criminal charges. The internet allows the patients

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    Hcs/483

    Tanyel Cornelius January 14, 2015 HCS/ ABC Hospital Scenario Mandatory Discussion Mrs. Koger- Boyd In a setting such as a privately owned hospital located in a rural area, stability is critical to the community and their health. The ABC hospital has been operating in the same manner for decades, leaving the implantation of the new technologies behind. In order to survive financially, the hospital must focus on quality improvement which should be included as a vital component. The focus

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    Ethics Case Study Stacey HCS/335 September 22, 2011 Dr. Lawrence Fergus Ethics Case Study The purpose of this paper is to discuss a hypothetical case analysis involving Dr. Williams’ office assistant Jerry McCall. Jerry was in the office answering phones while the receptionist was at lunch when he received a call from a patient who stated he had an urgent need for a prescription called into the pharmacy. The patient was leaving town within minutes and needed the medication prior to catching

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    Second Hand Smoke Takeesha Kelley HCS/457 July 24, 2014 BEVERLY GREEN-RASHAD Second Hand Smoke In the United States many Americans are familiar with the term second hand smoke. The term second hand smoke is a combination of gases and fine particles of burning tobacco such as cigarettes, cigars, and pipe tobacco also known as side stream smoke. Second hand smoke consist of exhale tobacco particulars from the original person or people smoking the tobacco product this is known as mainstream

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    Hcs/405

    Financial Statement Review HCS/405 Financial Statement Review The financial statements are reports that are useful in many ways including showing where the cash going into the business comes from and how this money is used. Financial statements will also show if a company can pay back the debts that have accrued. Other useful indications for financial statements are to track a trend in any issues related to the probability, and identify

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    Hcs 335

    Article Review: HIPAA breaches: minimizing risks and patient fears Student Name HCS/335 March 13, 2013 Instructor Name Article Review: HIPAA breaches: minimizing risks and patient fears The article, “HIPPA breaches: minimizing risks and patient fears”, by Gabby Loria who is a Market Research Associate for Software Advice, is an industry view case study of concerns that patients have in relation to potential security risks related to health care. Patient privacy and medical

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    Hcs 405

    Angela Johnson HCS/405 4/20/15 Simulation Review David Catoe Axia College University of Phoenix In my paper I will be providing information that pertains to how hospitals determine their revenue and expenses through using a simulation program. The information that is provided is based on The Elijah Heart Center and their results were carefully based on their analysis and decisions for staffing of the center, different types of equipment that

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    Hcs 514

    E-mail to Coworker: Manager vs. Leader HCS 514 September 1, 2014 Debra Williams Abstract There is a lot of grey area surrounding the role and obligations between that of a manager and a leader. Not understanding the differences between these two positions not only leaves employees uncertain of their future but it can ultimately lead to the rise or downfall of a company. Managers are leaders serve a similar purpose to where objectives and goals overlap one another. This paper reflects an

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    Hcs/320 Communciation Theory

    HCS 320 COMMUNICATION THEORY PAPER Axia College of University of Phoenix Instructor:…………. Date:…………. [Page Break]Communication Theory Paper When working in an organization such as that of Hospice, effective communication is one of the key aspects concerning the care of the patients involved. As in any health care setting, an organization designated to hospice care may face challenges when it comes to communication because of gender differences, cultural differences, and in some

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    Case Study Analysis Hcs 588

    Case Study Analysis The complex and dynamic realm of health care has generated a need to focus on cultural change to improve health care quality. To overcome a decade of difficulties and implement a program for improving their quality, the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth (UNTHSC) began a journey to change the culture of their organization. Using the change model the new president initiated measures to revise the quality improvement program and strategies for meeting

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    Hcs 446

    University of Phoenix | Facility Selection | Facility Planning HCS/446 | | The healthcare industry is currently growing rapidly. We have never seen such a high demand in the medical field in our history. With such a high demand for healthcare services and facilities there are many renovations, and many new facilities being developed and many more needed to help the health f our ever growing population. Renovations are done to help maintain a standard of high performance for medical staff

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    Telemedicine Hcs/483

    Telemedicine 2 HCS/483 10/12/2015 Rea Burleson Telemedicine Telemedicine gives a treatment and diagnosis by remote through telecommunications to locations in need of care. Telemedicine has the privacy risks, security safeguards, and strategies for evaluating the effectiveness. Telemedicine has privacy risks. These privacy risk can include confidentiality, reliability of the technology, the risk of fraud and abuse, liability, and informed consent. The risk to confidentiality

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    Hcs 350

    Healthcare Communication HCS 350 Personal and Professional Healthcare Communication Paper All individual’s involved in the health care industry is a part of Communication. Whether the communication is verbal or nonverbal, tons of Messages are being communicated on a daily basis. Effective Communication requires the ability to understand and to be understood. A huge aspect of communication is listening and responding to the needs or desires of the person communicating

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    Hcs 341

    Running Head: CODE OF ETHICS PAPER Alzheimer's Association Code of Ethic’s Learning Team A HCS/335 August 1, 2011 Professor Alzheimer’s disease is a form of dementia that causes an individual to have trouble with thinking, memory, and certain behaviors. More than 50 to 80 of people in the U.S. who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Currently no cure is available. But over the last 15 years, much has been discovered about Alzheimer’s that has helped researchers to

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    Hcs/490

    Community Program Juanita Guidry HCS/490 December 7, 2015 Janice Chilton Community Program Subject: a proposal to create a new senior citizen theme program to enhance and develop in Internet skills to allow them to help themselves with their health benefits and knowledge. The purpose: I am writing this letter to propose a solution to the neglect of senior citizens with the digital technology. What this new program we will be able to allow senior citizens to be educated on computer use

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    Hcs 341

    Human Resources Management Roles HCS 341 Human Resources in Health Care Human Resources Management Roles Human resources department is a very essential department for a company. Human resources run the foundation of the company and making the company successful to excel. In the human resources department comes a manager of the department as well who are over the employees and the associates of the human resources department. However, there are many challenges for the role of the functions

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    Hcs-514

    HCS/514 MANAGING IN TODAY'S HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATION Start Date: 11/08/2011 Print COURSE DESCRIPTION This course focuses on the adaptation of organizational management to evolving health systems. Students will examine organizational theory, organizational performance, structure, change management and human resource management. Students apply various organizational theories to contemporary issues. Week 1 - Topic 1: Organizational/Management Theory Objectives Describe organizational design,

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    Hcs 440

    Healthcare and Economics Charde Allen HCS 440 Healthcare economics is the process of basically studying the way healthcare functions as well as health related behaviors. Throughout time healthcare economics have sufficiently changed due to technology and more advanced ways of research. As time passes healthcare economics have become more and more vital with change for future effort. Consumers play a role in the change due to findings and new diagnosis. The value of health care in the society

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    Hcs/320

    this week’s Electronic Reserve Readings. Participation Participate in class discussion. Ongoing Minimum of 4 days per week 1 Discussion Questions Respond to 2 weekly discussion questions. DQ 1: Thursday DQ 2: Saturday 1 Course Design Guide HCS/320 Version 2 2 Learning Team Instructions Create the Learning Team Charter. Begin developing the Communication Channels Paper due in Week Three. Thursday (Day 3) 2/23/2012 Individual Pre-class Survey Write your responses to the following

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    Hcs/440 Individual

    Economic Terms and Health Care History Amber Rainwater HCS/440 Economics: The History of Health Care February 26, 2012 Health Care History Throughout the history of the United States, the economics of the health care system has experienced many changes. There are many factors to consider that has been the drive behind many of the changes within the health care system. Medical and surgical technologies are some factors that relate to the changes in health care. Besides these factors, allocating

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    Hcs 553

    Running head: Future trends in Health Care Future trends in Health Care HCS 533 April 23, 2012 Robert Ropnow PH.D. The findings of a review of trends in health care delivery that are associated with innovations in electronic communications are topic of discussion in this paper. The review focuses on four specific issues. The first issue concerned the ways in which electronic communications

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    Hcs/235

    Discussion Questions Week 4 Team C HCS/235 April 2, 2012 Dr. David Bull Discussion Questions Week 4 • What could be done to slow health care expenditures? We feel one way to slow down health care expenditures is for people to become more cautious of going to the emergency room for everything, especially those emergencies that are not considered “real emergencies”. We also feel that postponing certain elective surgeries and using more generic drugs would also help. • How

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    Hcs 235

    Culture & Disease Paper Dipali Patel HCS 235 July 09, 2012 Culture & Disease Paper Hepatitis is a viral disease that affects people of all ethnic groups, races and various religious backgrounds. However, compared to the other racial or ethnic groups’ Asian population are more likely to be a higher risk to inheriting the disease than

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