Evaluation of Family Genetic History 25 25 Evaluate the impact of the family’s history on the adult participant’s health. For example, if the mother and both her sisters have diabetes, hypertension or cancer, what might that mean for the future health of the adult participant? Planning for Future Wellness 35 35 Plan changes based on the evaluation of the adult participant’s family genetic history that will promote an optimal level of wellness both now and in the future. Scholarly writing 5 5 Use proper grammar, spelling, and medical
Executive Summary INS or The Indian Health System is a system designed to provide health services for American Indians and Alaskan Natives. The issue in the basis for health services in the INS is being aware of the legal basis for the federal obligation to provide these services. Coordinating agencies for health services and developing federal budgets for Indian programs. IHS Economy For fiscal year 2010, the enacted budget authority for the Indian Health Service was $4.05 billion. This is approximately 13 percent, increase over the IHS fiscal year 2009 budget appropriation or $471.3 million.
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Root Cause Analysis A Tool for Improvement Wednesday, October 11, 2006 North Dakota Health Care Review, Inc. Center for Rural Health, UND School of Medicine Introduction • Objective – Demonstrate one method for conducting a root cause analysis – Describe tools and techniques that help analyze breakdowns in work processes • Outcome – You will be able to prepare an action plan for conducting a root cause analysis (RCA) in your local setting What is Root Cause Analysis? • A step by step questioning process to identify the basic or causal factors of an error or “near miss” • Used in high risk industries such as nuclear power, airlines, the military, and increasingly….in healthcare When Do We Use It? • When we need to understand and prevent Sentinel Events - Sentinel Event = “Unexpected occurrence involving death or serious physical or psychological injury, OR THE RISK THEREOF…” - Signals the need for immediate investigation and response. A Tool to Understand • What happened? • How did it happen?
SNEAD STATE NURSING DEPARTMENT Client-Care Critical Thinking Activity 1. Client information: Initials: ES Age: 72 Reason for admission (patient’s complaint and medical diagnosis): Worsening of shortness of breath Date of admission: 02/21/2015 Diet: Regular Diet Activity: Ambulate Ad Lib On a separate sheet of paper, answer the following: 2. Client history: Important information from history: COPD, asthma, congestive heart failure From the history, the MOST IMPORTANT data impacting this hospitalization is: COPD 3. Diagnostic testing/ lab tests / procedures ordered related to diagnosis: Name of test: CBC Why was this test ordered? to determine blood loss, infection Name of test : CHEM 14 Why was this test
Heritage Assessment Grand Canyon University October 19, 2013 Heritage Assessment The United States is known as the melting pot, made up of diverse cultures from all around the world. Each culture has their own unique, individual set of values, beliefs and traditions that influence and shape their life choices, including those related to health. Cultural values “shape human behaviors and determine what individuals will do to maintain their health status, how they will care for themselves, and others who become ill, and where and from whom they will seek health care” (Edelman & Mandle, 2010, p. 32). This paper will compare how three families’ from different cultural backgrounds approach health practices. Heritage Assessment Tool Cultural beliefs and values are as unique and special as each individual.
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Go to the Families>Reyes Family> Angelo Reyes>Biography and then go to Families>Riley Family> Jenna Riley>Biography you should review their biographies for all three seasons. Read the biography of Angelo Reyes or Jenna Riley in The Neighborhood. Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper focusing on the case study of either Angelo Reyes or Jenna Riley in The Neighborhood. Your paper must include the following: * An introduction * An overview of the incidence of diabetes in the United States * The typical presenting signs * The potential effects of diabetes on the body as a chronic process * The teaching requirements with two measurable learning objectives from each of the domains * The psychosocial challenges that patients like Angelo Reyes or Jenna Riley encounter * A summary * At least five references in addition to the texts with publication date of no earlier than 2008 unless it is a germinal
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| Efficiency and Equity in Healthcare | Course Project | | Cindy MartinezHealth Policy and EconomicsProfessor NovoselApril 17, email@example.com(818)356-6011 | | Table of Contents Executive Summary 2 Introduction: Defining Efficiency and Equity 3 Efficiency and Equity as it Applies to Healthcare 3 Inefficiency and Inequality in Managed Care 4 Inefficiency and Inequality in Medicaid 6 Inefficiency and Inequality in Medicare 7 The Proposed Reform and its Possible Solutions 8 Solution to Efficiency and Equity Problems in Medicare 8 Solution to Efficiency and Equity Problems in Medicaid 8 Solution to Efficiency and Equity Problems in Medicare 9 The real reason for the Problem with Efficiency and