Marketing Research and Segmentation As a Senior Marketing representative for LAC+USC Medical Center (LAC+USC) one of the training tools used to familiarize new marketing representatives in to the LAC+USC marketing team is to provide the trainee with marketing research databases and lifestyle analysis of consumers who currently utilizes LAC+USC and potential consumers who may need medical services. The researched database and life style analysis provides researched resources regarding consumers surrounding LAC+USC and neighboring cities. According to Burns & Bush (2006, n.p. ), “the purpose of marketing research is to link the consumer to the marketer by providing information that can be used in marketing decisions. The purpose of this paper is to provide a brief description of LAC+USC, conduct research on consumers surrounding LAC+USC, and describe research methods and database used and the finding of the databases.
As our mind's deteriorate we forget what we learn from our initial training and EBP is in place for all medical professions alike to ensure healthcare is treated correctly. There are millions of clinical article's, with many of them showing newer and better ways of evidence for clinical practice. With new technologies and new ways of researching these can be inputted into a more modern way of practice. This can include mitigating pandemic influenza by thorough research for evidence and then using that evidence for effect. There are multiple sources over the internet that can be looked up for research based evidence, one being the UNC health sciences library which can be used to find relevant published articles and medical journals.
For instance, programs offered by community colleges the U.S. military hospitals and universities. (“Ultrasound Tech Education Requirements and Career Information,” 5). “Ultrasound technicians assist doctors in the diagnosis and treatment of medical aliments. They often act as communicators between the doctor and patients. Ultrasound techs must be able to explain complicated technical procedures and ultrasound results to their patients while describing possible methods of treatment.
A1a. Building Advantages Trinity Community Hospital must consider the advantages and disadvantages of building, buying and leasing adequate space for the new orthopedic service line. Building a new facility offers the following advantages for the hospital: Customization Trinity Community Hospital can have the new orthopedic building custom built which will give the physicians group the ability to custom design the new facility. Having a custom designed orthopedic facility designed by physicians will give the hospital the capability to focus on the patients and the hospitals five year strategic plans (a diseased –focused clinic and comprehensive medical and surgical center) allowing the organization to maximize productivity and space. Trinity Community Hospital has a long term goal of 2100 surgical cases, 6,500 physical therapy visits and a profit margin of $2,171,500 for its new orthopedic service line.
Kayleigh Jones 04/07/2015 Unit 36 ASM 34 Administer Medication to Individuals and Monitor the Effects 1. Understand legislation, policy and procedures relevant to administration of medication. 1.1 Identify current legislation, guidelines policies and protocols relevant to the administration of medication. * The medicine Act, * COSHH Regulations, * Health and Safety at work Act, * The misuse of drugs Act, * The misuse of drug (safe custody) Regulations, * Health and Social care Act, * Essential standards Date Protection Act, * Hazardous Waste Regulations. The medication policy handbook that covers assessment of individual’s needs, administrating storage, recording and disposal of medication.
Analysis: VHA’s NSQIP Program VHA’s NSQIP Program The VHA’s approach to the NSQIP program was to determine, through measurement strategies, the potential for complications and outcomes of the multitudes of surgical programs in their system. Risk adjusted outcomes were used to monitor and improve surgical components for their VA patients. They included information and data from 87,078 surgical cases related to 30-day mortality and morbidity rate outcomes. Comparative studies between all of their surgical sites were conducted resulting in benchmark standards using “risk adjusted models that were developed for general, vascular, orthopedic, urological, thoracic, cardiac and other surgery specialties. Cardiac surgery models were based on previous methods published” (Khuri et al., 1998) as well.
Anorexia Nervosa: Diagnosis, Consequences, Treatment and Marketing Influence Antonia Christodoulou, Part 1 BSc CBM Applied Project Report, April 2012 2885 words Contents Abstract 3 Main Body 5 The Diagnosis of Anorexia Nervosa 5 Problems caused by Anorexia Nervosa 6 Treatment 7 Anorexia and Marketing 8 Conclusion 10 References 11 Appendix 13 Literature Searching Methods (Appendix A) 13 Appendix B (A glossary of terms) 14 Abstract This report examines the psychological and medical problem, anorexia nervosa. It begins by analyses what exactly is anorexia, what are the consequences and the treatment for recover. Finally, it looks at how marketing influence peoples mind for body image. This illness nowadays is one of the most common, especially for young girls. It must been studied, in order to expand knowledge and be able to protect others and ourselves.
Activity-based Costing (ABC) in Service Industries Sharon Anthony Strayer University Managerial Accounting ACC 560 Dr. Ralph J Palumbo Describe the company you researched in one to two (1-2) paragraphs. Yardley Management Solutions, Inc. is dedicated to helping hospitals get all the value possible from their investments in McKesson's solutions for hospital performance management, business intelligence and decision support: * HBI - Horizon Business Insight * HPM - Horizon Performance Manager * PMOD PCON - Pathways Contract Modeling and Pathways Contract Management * TRENDSTAR CCA, HSL, CPA These tools enable hospitals and health systems to combine clinical practices and outcomes with economic data, providing information vital to navigating business and clinical challenges. Yardley specializes in helping to install and refresh these systems, and to assemble cost accounting, service line P&Ls and performance scorecards (Journal of the American Medical Association, 2010). These tools are needed now more than ever to prepare for what is ahead. They assist by providing education, support, consulting and supporting software solutions that help our customers achieve their objectives quickly and cost effectively.
It also offers a great help in the field of medical research, pharmaceutical, biological, chemical and other, all aspects related to the struggle of doctors to get a good level of health in the population. Specializing in medicine, computers reduce the possibility of error in diagnosis and accelerate their development, thus gains a tempo that can sometimes be vital to patients. They also reach the medical staff a large database of medical records, disease management, and national statistics on epidemics. Radiology is a branch of medical science in which various forms of radiant energy are used to diagnose and treat disorders and diseases, (Science Clarified) and is one part of medicine that thanks to the intro of computers in it had notably advance for the better. Advances in radiology have not stopped in just over one hundred years since the discovery of Roentgen.
Benefits and Challenges of New Age Healthcare Record Keeping Britannia Smith Walden University Benefits and Challenges of New Age Healthcare Record Keeping After completing reading materials and research information my beliefs and support of an electronic health record system (EHRs) is further strengthened. This support includes the use of personal health records (PHR) and electronic medical records (EMR) to provide quality care. There are many similarities with each of these systems and a few differences, but it is clear to me that all of these combined are the future of organized and efficient patient record keeping at its best (Englebardt & Nelson, 2002). Electronic Health Record (EHR) Electronic health record (EHR) is an integration of personal and medical records from multiple sources which allows for improve care and outcome (Thomas, 2009). It is composed of multiple sources that aid in decision support to provide ongoing care.