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Introduction The flow of information in healthcare organizations is a crucial component of the entire information system. Access control refers to the ability of healthcare organizations to maintain the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information within their systems. The main reason of enacting access control strategies is to ensure that...

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Since the introduction of the concept of global warming in the previous century, many people have remained skeptical about its validity. However, it is becoming increasingly difficult to dismiss its validity owing to the various impacts we are witnessing. It is a global phenomenon causing effects such as unpredictable and...

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Introduction In the United States of America, the growing rates of obesity besides leveling off are considerably growing exponentially, with this contributed by poor nutrition and physical inability that result in the development of the illness. Several efforts have been established with the sole objective of increasing the citizen’s physical...

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The Family Nursing Practitioners (FPN) have crucial roles in ensuring policies on genetic technologies are implemented in hospitals. The FNP serve on committees that develop and advocate for policies that will improve the health care of all citizens including policies that involve genomics (Calzone et al., 2010). The FNP advocate...

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Dear ladies and gentlemen, Today I would like to raise a point of your attention towards a paramount societal topic. These days many conversations regarding heath care arise among many Western societies, as it is the key to preserving future generations. Here, I would like to stress your attention towards...

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• Who makes you accountable for the delegation that you use in your organization, as well as on a state and national level? From a narrow perspective, the authority and responsibility to delegate using particular practices and or approaches is usually determined by the administrators in a specific healthcare institution...

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The company that I have chosen to research is called Altria. It was previously known as Philip Morris Companies. It produces some of the most popular brands of cigarettes, such as Marlboro and Virginia Slims. The company’s roots date back to the 1830’s, and as such it is one of...

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There are many theories which serve as fundamental building blocks for practice in nursing. They often also serve as frameworks for research. One such theory is health literacy theory. The purpose of this paper is to present what health literacy theory is, review its use in a research-oriented article, evaluate...

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In the Think Cultural Health case study video “Cultural and Religious Beliefs,” the patient in question, Nardira Ansari, is a Muslim woman who believes in the skill of Western medicine but who also strongly believes in her right to uphold her cultural heritage, specifically, that she should not have to...

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The neurologic system is one of the most complex in the body and issues can present itself in several ways. In this case, there are certain special considerations to make. The weight and medical history of the patient are relevant because being obese and having high cholesterol are risk factors...

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There are a number of different special considerations that need to be made when assessing the heart and vascular system of a patient. The first one is the age of the patient. In this case, the patient is 85 years old, which puts him at a higher rate of heart...

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A general practitioner who must work with an asthma patient, must be able to communicate and work together with other medical professionals to diagnose and treat the patient. For patients who don’t have a clinical obvious etiology, a bronchial provocation test should be used, as is the case with this...

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Diabetes adds to the burden of chronic diseases in the developed world. Type 2 Diabetes is diagnosed in patients, whose organism either rejects insulin or does not produce it in the quantities needed to maintain a normal level of blood glucose. Contemporary pharmaceutical companies are actively involved in producing new...

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The head weighs about 10 pounds (Wilson, 2012). When we are looking down texting, or on our phones looking at social media sites like Facebook and Instagram, we cause undue stress on the spinal column. This "chokes" the spinal cord. This pulls on the vertebrae and muscles of the neck...

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The organizational model that best describes the organization of which I am familiar has much to do with transformational change in the workplace. This means that all levels of the organization have quality goals to achieve, to enhance patient experiences and outcomes by giving them a higher quality of care....

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Surgical site infections refer to those infections that occur in the body parts that had been operated on after the surgery is complete. Q1. How you will collect and measure data from your nursing research proposal Both qualitative and quantitative data shall be collected for the use in the nursing...

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As with all fields, healthcare has room for improvement. The Institute of Medicine (IOM) identified six areas for improvement in healthcare. These include improving the safety of healthcare. Healthcare should be timely, efficient, equitable, patient-focused, effective and safe. I recently had a family member admitted to a community hospital. In...

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This paper provides a response to the issues discussed in the article by Rob Stein “Review of prostate cancer drug Provenge renews medical cost-benefit debate” published in The Washington Post on November 8, 2010. The policy decisions about what will or will not be paid for in modern American healthcare...

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Based on the article by Shelton et al. (2015), it is essential that when a patient’s surrogate is asked to confirm participation in medical research that the latter has extensive information about the consequences of his/her decision (and what it means to give consent). Given that numerous individuals do not...

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The paper below uses data retrieved from Dignity Health financial statement of the year ranging from July 2013 to June 2014 to analyze its budget. The firm specializes in offering health services. Dignity health is a California nonprofit benefits corporation exempted from state and federal taxes (Health). Dignity health owns...

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Introduction Healthcare costs in the world are increasing partly due to existence of chronic diseases. Their existence is causing huge demand on their respective healthcare systems in terms of their diagnosis, detection, management, and delivery of the relevant clinical care. Though sometimes preventable, chronic diseases are on the rise especially...

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Introduction This paper is about 3D printing in healthcare. The specific focus of this paper shall be bioprinting with an emphasis on tissues, skin and organs. 3D bioprinting refers to the process of producing cell patterns that are controlled spatially. The cell patterns are generated using 3D technologies of printing....

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Being adaptable, cooperative with others as well as being responsible are three personal characteristics required for success in public health. This is what I learnt in an interview with my mentors. They told me stories of how some great public health professionals succeeded in the field because of those important...

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Although the debate over a national health care reform is highly publicized at this time, the truth of the matter is that this debate has been a controversial topic in United States politics for over a century. According to the writers at Fox News, Theodore Roosevelt campaigned to start a...

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In considering the question “how are DNP-prepared nurses shaping the future of our healthcare system?” one must consider the functions of the DNP-prepared nurse. One function that immediately emerges to suggest the role of the DNP-prepared nurse in the shaping of future healthcare is as a spearhead or coordinator for...

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