David Sholl (firstname.lastname@example.org) Nut1 Task2 Nursing Informatics Computerized Management systems have been around for about 20 years or more. From the beginning until now these systems have become more user friendly, faster and more accurate. Hospitals have to make very important decisions when choosing the proper systems that meet their needs due to the high cost of the systems, they want to make sure that it becomes cost effective. The management system must have security, function and be user friendly. As of 2011 there are over 300 different EMR's on the market.
Introduction The healthcare industry is deeply rooted into our American history and can be traced back to the 19th century. Today it has grown into enormous proportions in the United States. There is no doubt that healthcare has made major contributions in improving the health of many people, but with which the original premise of healthcare/medical care was found can no longer meet the demands of the growth of the aging population and advancing medical technology. Healthcare is a billion dollar industry and it keeps on growing, but this growth has not been without its problems. Today there are many stakeholders in the healthcare industry that complicates many things especially when trying to meet the needs of each.
This company shows that a lot of their employees are prone to have many pre-existing conditions and are high risk at different health problems, which only leads to the company having to pay more money for services that are rendered to the employee. What would be best for this company is making a customize plan that not only would benefit the employees at E-editors but also protect Castor Company with any chances of high risk
Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm GCU Spirituality in Health Care HLT-310v Dr. Meyer December 13, 2014 Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Hospitals have made many changes over the years in their technologies as well as the way that cares are provided for the patients. Technology has changed the way nurses are charting they cares, procedures are performed via computers, and even surgeries are done by computer, which pushes the healthcare professionals to rely on computers. The technology should help make tasks easier for the healthcare field, but with everyone relying on computers if has also caused a shift in the interactions between staff and the clients. This paper will discuss the elements that are combined to create a “healing hospital,” the connections between healing and spirituality, and the significance to include both in the healthcare facilities. There is a great deal that goes into planning a building, especially if it is a hospital.
The initial urgent care centers opened in the 1970’s. Some people also referred to these centers as Doc in the Boxes. Since then this sector of the health care industry has rapidly expanded to approximately 10,000 centers. Many of these centers have been started by emergency room physicians who have responded to the public need for easy access to unscheduled medical care. Much of the growth of these centers has been fueled by the significant savings that urgent care centers provide over the rising cost of treatment in a hospital emergency room (Wikipedia).
Health Care : The Last 10 Years Over the last ten years health care has seen many changes with one of the biggest changes being the use of technology. Health care organizations such as hospitals and physician offices have gradually began converting patient medical records from paper to electronic, utilizing one of the many EMR software programs available. With the recent HITECH meaningful use initiatives which are giving Medicare and Medicaid incentives to health care organizations who adopt an
Consumers are more interesting in the way technology has advanced with in the health care era. Patients are aware that all medical information is safely kept in a computer, but are concern of possible typos or errors that happens with the use of computers. On the flip side consumers understand that retrieving the health information can be done faster for test results and other important information that may usually take weeks to retrieve. Consumers now know it is easier for them to request refills on medication, and sent to the pharmacy quicker. Consumers realize medical providers are gaining a better way to manage the medical information, which will help improve the health care industry, and provide positive medical care.
The most concern to the public is the impact that provider risk sharing has on the quality of care a patient receives. Wondering that the providers are negotiating an agreement of their services at the expense of patient health to increase profits under capitation has a direct impact on their professional liability exposure. Among the current factors in the evolution of health plans, the most important is the steady rise in health care costs. Because of this factor this has made it necessary for health insurance premiums to be raised and that in retrospect has made it difficult for employers and consumers to afford
The demand for medications and physicians will increase due to the rising of asthma. Despite there is already a shortage of providers in the United States. The cost will be much significant than ever before because the causes are unknown for asthma. Resources impacted by asthma because more research required for this respiratory disease, and education are provided to educated the public on awareness of asthma and its