One of the stylists serves as the manager, receiving an extra $500 per month. In addition to the base salary, each stylist receives a commission of $6 per haircut. Each stylist can do as many as 20 haircuts a day, but the average is 14 haircuts each per day. The Cute Cut Salon is open an average of 24 days per month. Other financial information is as follows: (18 marks) Advertising | $500 per month | Rent | $1,000 per month | Supplies | $1.50 per haircut | Utilities | $300 per month plus $0.50 per haircut | Magazines | $50 per month | Cleaning supplies | $0.25 per haircut | Price per haircut | $15 | a. Compute the fixed costs per month, the variable costs per haircut, the contribution margin and the monthly break-even point for the number of haircuts.
CVS Health has 4 operating segments: CVS Pharmacy < Fills more than one of every seven prescriptions in America. CVS Minute Clinic < Nations Largest walk-in medical clinic inside the stores in 900 locations. CVS Caremark < Provides comprehensive prescription benefits management services for over 2000 health plans. CVS Specialty < Provides an array of specialty
Current Health Promotion Pamphlet Paper Mary Penny-Johnson Developing and Evaluating Educational Programs/ Nur 588 Jennie Pattison Current Health Promotion Pamphlet Health promotion and disease prevention are an important role of nurses, physicians, and health organizations. Patients that are active participants in their own health care understand their responsibility in managing their care. Additionally, health promotion decreases hospital stays and may prevent disease related complications. In 2006 health care related spending exceed two-trillion dollars in the United States (Jadelhack, 2012). A huge amount of money is saved by promoting health and educating the public on preventable health problems (Goetzel, 2009).
XANADU CASE GROUP-4 VIPUL CHATURVEDI 2013060 ARUN SARTHY 2013011 RISHABH SHRIVASTAVA 2013037 JEEVANDEEP SINGH 2013020 AKSHAY BHANDARI 2013002 DISHA PANDEY 2013015 Q.1: DEVELOP A FORECAST OF THE NUMBER OF NURSES THE HOSPITAL NEEDS OVER THE NEXT TWO YEARS. NUMBER OF OVERNIGHT PATIENTS/ MONTH NUMBER OF NURSES PATIENTS PER NURSE Three years ago 1700 590 2.9 Two years ago 1800 600 3 Last year Next year’s forecast 1900 2000 610 2000/3.2 = 625 3.1 3.2 (forecast) Year after next 2100 2100/3.3 = 637 3.3 (forecast) We Assume that this year the number of overnight patients is 1950. Patients per Nurse is assumed to be 3.15 Hence number of nurses required is 620. Hiring and joining of nurses will
The study population was made of 1543 women (mean age 27.7 years) recruited from four urban hospitals in Utah, USA. Patients reported their height, pre-pregnancy weight, and pregnancy weight gain immediately postpartum; their body mass index (BMI) before pregnancy was also calculated. At 6–8 weeks after delivery, patients received a self-administered questionnaire by mail that contained the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale. The study found that obese women were older, less educated, and more frequently parous and non-Hispanic whites, compared with women of normal weight. In here, we can see the post-birth physical and metal effects.
Running Head: HOSPITAL AQUIRED INFECTION Methicillin- Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Kristin Charest Submitted to Ann Walsh in partial fulfillment of Trends II AVRTS PN Program May 29, 2008 Methicillin- Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI’s) currently have a major impact on healthcare today. The startling numbers constitute an endemic if not an epidemic. Is enough being done to protect patient’s as well health care workers, visitors and the community as a whole? They increase healthcare costs as well as morbidity and mortality rates. One of the more prevalent is methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.
Communication Paper Susan Hall HCS/490 Oct. 10, 2011 Dr.Eboni Green Communication Paper One benefit to the patient with the use of electronic records is that it is effiencient. Electronic medical record is a new way of record keeping, it is the process of moving patient’s records from paper and someone putting the records up and moving them to a computer. Computers are able to store more information, which makes this better for the patient and the doctor, as well as the insurance companies Privacy rule is balanced that it permits disclosure of personal health information needed for patient care and other purposes that are important. The security rules are a series of administrative, physical, and technical safeguards to cover entities
More partners are embracing HITECH to improve public health. This teamwork approach will reduce inequalities, manage chronic diseases, and develop a plan for promoting improved health outcomes in communities (CDC, 2012). Furthermore, public health communities are promoting readiness programs to facilitate access and information regarding immunizations, laboratory, and other medical related systems (CDC,
This in return will prompt the patient to alert his or her physician. And allow the patients to be treated outside a hospital setting and more physicians would treat from their office or even the patients home. I do believe this technology will same millions of dollars in the Healthcare industry. Another benefit of using the monitor will also make the patients feel more independent and maintain a better quality of life. Rajecki, R. ( 2009), Mandatory staffing ratio: boon or bane?
Future Trends and Effects of EHR Angelene Sears HCIS/265 September 28, 2014 Lucinda Shipley Future Trends and Effects of EHR Electronic health records are enhancing patient overall health care across the country today. We have a system that allows doctors, hospitals, and all health care providers to communicate securely and warehouse patient records. So if you’re at home or in another state, get ill or wounded, the information about your medical state is available to medical providers attending you. Hospitals and physician that utilize digital systems see many benefits of EHR’s over paper records, and this exchange of health information means providing better quality of patient care. New technologies are continuously in advancement