As history has shown, in software, this limitation, however ethical it may be, is close to useless in protecting the inventor. There are only so many basic inventions in software. The most notable ones are word processors, spreadsheets, databases, and the graphical user interface (GUI). This means that if you invent the first spreadsheet, the UI may be copyrighted and the particular implementation of the functions behind it can be protected. But, this does very little in protecting you against some other guys writing a spreadsheet which is more user friendly, calculates faster, and provides more functions, even though you were the inventor of the spreadsheet.
It was used mainly for telephone lines in the beginning of its life. Copper cabling comes in many forms such as coaxial, CAT5e, CAT6, UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pair), and STP (Shielded Twisted Pair) to just name a few. A couple of drawbacks to copper wiring would be that is susceptible to EMI from outside forces and also has a higher rate of corrosion over time by oxidation. The copper wire has very limited bandwidth. It was designed to provide 3,000Hz bandwidth, perfectly adequate for a voice signal.
COMMUNICATION THEORY Andres Nicholas HCS/320 David Bull April 22, 2012 The key to success in every company or industry is communication. Communication is the vital component in the health care industry because keeping open communication with patients makes the job easier. Working in the health care industry, healthcare professionals are exposed and challenged with different cultures, race, beliefs, and gender. All patients are unique in their own and we as healthcare professionals must learn how to accommodate to the patients way of communication before we can provide or explain the healthcare treatment. At Baylor College of Medicine Healthcare facilities and our affiliated hospitals, we strive for the customer satisfaction.
Effective Communication Paper Gaston Residential Services Communication This paper will discuss ways in which my organization currently shares knowledge and/or involves employees in formulating solutions to problems. 2011 Karen Brown University Of Phoenix 9/13/2011 Introduction Organizations over the years have changed they are no longer the standard organization that we are used to. Many organizations even some health care organizations can be considered a boundary less organization (Training, 2001). A boundary less organization is an organization that is able to communicate mainly through email, phone, and other virtual methods (Training, 2001). Boundary less organizations freedom to telecommute with any other organization
According to Sude (2013), “for counselors in private practice, TM is a low-cost and convenient tool” (p. 212). As with all technology, comes risk. With the improvement of information technology, health care services, especially psychiatry has changed. The major issue is confidentiality because of the sensitivity of the psychiatric electronic medical record (EMR). Within large psychiatric and medical organizations the EMR may pass through hundreds of hands with various levels of needed access to this information, therefore, possibly compromising patient confidentiality.
Many people had the problem with slow transfer speed over wireless device. Some user did not realize that the wireless devices were giving them the speed of loading and transferring of data. They believe what they pay for that what they should get at a high price. User should know if he/she were in the IT business or operating any devices such as smart phone, tablet PC, laptop, and desktop computer. The speeds of an operating device were measure in kilobits, kilobytes, megabits, or megabytes per second.
Health Care Economics: Changes in Technology HCS 552 April 27, 2015 Nancy Jennings Health Care Economics: Changes in Technology The practice of keeping hard copies is becoming obsolete. The advantages of electronically kept files are obvious. They are accurate and easily accessible to infinite numbers of people. They require essentially no storage space except for the hardware or software on which they are stored. Although the initial cost of implementing the use of electronic files is significant, the US government will offer incentives to change to electronic records within the health care system.
Disadvantages of QR Codes Besides some people not knowing what a QR code is and its purpose, there are other disadvantages to QR codes. One of these disadvantages being that not everyone has a smartphone. “Though they are quite popular, not everyone in the world owns a smartphone, so the use of QR codes is not available to everyone.” (Svensson, 2012.) Along with the smartphone, a QR code reading application is needed. According to Dollan, “Health care marketing professionals suggest that the uses for QR codes should be creative.” (Dollan, 2011.)
Business Connect Project AHLT 230: Medical Lab Describe the profession of Medical Assisting and analyze its career opportunities in relationship to your interest. “Medical assistants are the only allied health professionals specifically trained to work in ambulatory settings, such as physicians' offices, clinics and group practices. These multiskilled personnel can perform administrative and clinical procedures. Physicians value this unique versatility more and more, as managed care compels them to contain costs and manage human resources efficiently. Not surprisingly, the demand for medical assistants is expanding rapidly.
There use is to be encouraged. The use of retail clinic are a respond to the high cost of accessing care and the long wait times at doctor offices and hospitals for urgent care. They are seen as a loss of revenue to doctor offices and hospital. They are a great way to address the issue of access to healthcare. A number of hospitals have formed partnerships or open their own care clinics to address this need.