Theory Based Exemplary Article: Implementing Pender's Health Promotion Theory into the Post Partum Setting Kim Freitas Liberty University NURS 502 Dr. Kim Little October 7, 2012 Abstract As a medical professional it is important to impact the patient population in such a way as to treat the condition in which they are seeking attention for, educate the patient on how to care for the condition, along with treatment options and curing factors. In an effort to prevent disease processes or conditions it is important to teach the community at large health promoting behaviors. This is exactly what Nora Pender sought out to do. She realized that the patients she encountered were being treated after a diagnosis, but nothing was being done
Many of Trinity Community Hospital’s features can be complimentary to the development of oncology services. TCH is well known for having competent, dedicated nursing staff who are committed to outstanding patient care and could be used as an added benefit to developing a renowned oncology service line. Caring and competent staff are key to patient satisfaction, word of mouth advertising, and success for the hospital. TCH has full Joint Commission accreditation that includes a broad range of medical and surgical services. The hospital offers newly renovated patient rooms that make the patient feel like they are at home.
Information System Briefing Helena Herbert HCS/483 April 9, 2013 Alan Schomaker Information System Briefing This paper is a prepared briefing on an information system requested by the CIO for the health care organization. Information systems play a valuable role in reducing costs and improving outcomes in health care. This briefing identifies the process for selecting and acquiring an information system. This briefing explains how the goals of the organization and stakeholders affect the selection process. This briefing also explains how the organization’s goals drive the selection of the information system.
Joint Commission has laid out a strategic and detailed set of expectations that hospitals and other healthcare organizations can use to ensure they are in compliance with health laws. At Nightingale we seem to be in compliance with a number of these standards. According to a recent periodic performance review we are in compliance with the Joint Commission standards in the Emergency Management requirement section. The EM develops a plan in case the facility has an emergency that includes the planning of activities of hospital administrators and leaders. This plan should include details that would identify what an emergency is, how it would be communicated to the staff, and what arrangements will be made for the facility.
Strategic planning: a challenge in healthcare administration Mary Luz Ramirez Strategic planning: a challenge in healthcare administration Strategic planning is the design, development and implementation of operational plans by the organizations, with the intention of achieving objectives and goals. These plans can be short, medium or long term. (Team FME., 2013). According to Buchbinder, & Shanks, (2012):” strategic planning is the process of identifying a desired future state for an organization and a means to achieve it”. Before implementing a strategic planning program is necessary that all the organization’s members will be involved in it to have the desire to fulfill the goals to be achieved.
Running Head: Module 5- GAH Quality, Ethical and IT Controls [STUDENT NAME] [INSTITUTION] [COURSE NAME] [DATE] Module 5- GAH Quality, Ethical and IT Controls With the major core components of the Golden Age Hospital complete as well as for the Community Center, it is time to focus on the other aspects that are found in a health care organization environment. These aspects include quality control and accreditation, ethical issues in regards to HIPAA, and an IT system. The health care organizations core organizational competencies and functions will be defined in order to set a goal for the health organization to achieve. Further, methods of controls will be implemented into the newly established organization
RUNNING HEAD: QUALITY ASSURANCE IN HEALTHCARE PHASE 4 TASK 2 AVON.MITCHELL MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES IN HEALTHCARE CTU ONLINE HCM387-1202B-01 INSTRUCTOR: ALAN FOWLER JUNE 18, 2012 QUALITY ASSURANCE IN HEALTHCARE RUNNING HEAD: UNIQUE CHALLENGES IN HEALTHCARE PLANNING ABSTRACT The pediatric community care center will open a new wing in our community, as the administrator for the new facility I will place a multidisciplinary
That’s why it starts each innovation effort by developing a clear understanding of what a customer wants whether that customer is a consumer, a benefits manager, or a clinician. To do this, the innovation team speaks directly with customers, gathers secondary research and feedback from sales support, and conducts surveys and other information gathering approaches as needed. To get a sense of where consumer expectations will be for health insurance two to three years down the road, Aetna keeps its eye on industries like retail and financial services that tend to set the bar for customer experience excellence. Aetna invests in technology that fosters an innovation community. “Because Aetna wants to make innovation a pervasive part of its strategy, the company invested in a collaboration platform from BrainBank that lets it extends its innovation community across the entire company” (Aetna, 2012).
An assessment of Internet capabilities, financial ability, clinical priorities, and specialy specific requirements. Assessment of staff computer abilities, knowledge, and attitudes toward the EHR ("How To Implement EHR'S", n.d). The AMA has developed a needs assessment checklist that includes integration with current processes, workflow features, interfaces, reporting needs, and technical configuration (American Medical Association, n.d). To obtain the data for the needs assessment a committee should be formed with all areas of the
The aims and objections of this project is to introduce common Medical Terminology in healthcare setting. It focuses on some important aspect of prefixes, suffixes, roots/combining forms and abbreviations. In addition the assignment presents and reviews the importance of using correct medical terminology in communicating with patients and medical practitioners including the context of written and verbal processes. This assignment brief will also discuss outline the procedure, preparing and assembling X-ray reports and will provide recommendations. Part I This assessment brief will outline common medical terminology used by Medical Secretary working for a