This benchmark assignment assesses the following programmatic competencies: 2.3: Develop leadership skills to collaborate on interprofessional teams in the provision of evidence-based, patient-centered care. 5.2: Apply professional, ethical, and regulatory standards of practice in the provision of safe, effective health care. One way informatics can be especially valuable is in capturing data to inspire improvements […]
Consumer researchers are aware of the fact that people consume in a manner that is directly proportional to their sense of self. Consumers use brands and possessions as a means of creating their self-identities and communicating their identities to other people. The question of how customer identity influences the behavior of consumers is at the […]
Should the physician allow Mike to continue making decisions that seem to him to be irrational and harmful to James, or would that mean a disrespect of a patient’s autonomy? Explain your rationale.
Discuss the differences and similarities between Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) vs. Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs). Given the current health care environment, provide a solid speculation to how MCOs and ACOs may transform to meet the needs of its consumers. Be sure to support your thoughts and analysis with scholarly sources.
Select a patient that you examined as a nurse practitioner student during the last three weeks of clinical on OB/GYN Issue. With this patient in mind, address the following in a SOAP Note 1 OR 2 PAGES : Subjective: What details did the patient provide regarding her personal and medical history? Objective: What observations did […]
A contract is a legally binding agreement that is typically formed between two or more parties. One of the essential elements of a contract is that it is capable of being enforced through the courts. For a contract to be binding, four main elements have to be present. These are offer, acceptance, intention to enter […]
There are various options for treatment that may be considered in disaster situations. A disaster situation such as a hurricane would subject the victims to psychiatric conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), major depression, and anxiety. These conditions are likely to affect the survivors of the disaster as well as rescuers and other individuals […]
Media exposure to images from terrorism events subjects the individual to images of traumatic events that may be harmful to their physical and mental well-being. According to Hoffman and Kruzcek (2012), exposure to sudden, unexpected, and uncontrollable catastrophic events contributes to a chronic level of stress and distress. This can lead to immediate or eventual […]
Connective tissue has been identified as the most abundant primary tissue in the body. This tissue provides cover for most of the body surfaces besides forming the lining for most internal cavities. Connective tissue comprises of protein fibers, cells, and ground substance. The ground substance and protein fibers make up the extracellular matrix. The types […]
The Pew Research Center reports research on surveillance by the government of citizens’ phone calls and emails. The research studied the population of Americans across different demographic backgrounds. It sought to answer the question of what Americans feel about the perception of the government monitoring their phone calls and emails. The research identifies the share […]
From this analysis, various action points come to the fore. Firstly, there is need to research further into the different kinds of IP that are available. This will ascertain what they entail and the legal protections that surround them. There is a need to define the innovative ventures that the business will be involved in. […]