Essay on Health Care Provider

Record-Keeping in Nursing.

The NMC (2008) state that record-keeping is fundamental in nursing practice. Accurate record-keeping ensures effective patient care and protects their welfare by promoting consistency of care (Spouse et al. 2008). The NMC (2008) introduced Essential Skills Clusters 2010 (NMC 2010) to pre-registration nursing which conveys that communication must be effective, both orally and in writing […]

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Preconception Care Program

Preconception Healthcare: Healthy Families for a Healthy Future Lara Angelo, Heather Archer-Dyer, Jessica Colon, Simone Edwards, Emeka Anthony Mmuo, Karyn Monahan, Oby Nwankwo New York Medical College School of Health Sciences and Practice Executive Summarypage 3 Case Study 1 (Problem-Based)pages 4 – 17 Case Study 2 (Reference Case)pages 18 – 45 Project Reportpages 46 – […]

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Medical Malpractice in Pakitan

Roll Number: 2014-02-0433 Name: Mohammad Mudassar Javed Course: SS-100 Instructor: Razia Waseem (sec 1) 13th May 2011 Medical malpractice in Pakistan “Medical malpractice is defined as professional negligence by act or omission by a health care provider in which care provided deviates from accepted standards of practice in the medical community and causes injury or […]

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Cancer Registrar

Individuals interested in the field of health information technology (HIT) are presented with a vast array of HIT related jobs and professions to choose from, many of which are highly specialized, such as the certified tumor registrar (CTR). A cancer registry is a compilation of all cancer related data on all cancer patients, including their […]

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Ethics Caseexample

The mother of the infant child did not provide enough information for the medical professionals to make an accurate conclusion of what or how the infant was injured. More data collection was needed and the nurse and physician could have asked more questions. The nurse conducted herself appropriately and assessed the patient and reported her […]

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Safety and quality webquest

“Improve the safety of using medications” The rationale for this goal Is to positively Impact the safety of patients taking anticoagulant medications resulting In better outcomes. It Is also designed to help organizations reduce negative resident outcomes associated with medication discrepancies. Goal 7: “Reduce the risk of healthcare- associated infections” The rationale for this goal […]

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A Comparative Analysis of the UK and US Health care Systems

This essay seeks to explore the fundamental differences between the healthcare systems of the UK and the US. In order to do so, the structures of the two systems must first be outlined.Whilst the UK operates a socialised welfare system funded by the state, the US healthcare facilities are, for the most part, owned and […]

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Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity

Nurses and all other healthcare workers come in contact with people of different religions and faith on a day-to-day bases. In the infirmary. it is really critical to promote faiths engagement when it is needed. This article points out the writers and Christians perspective in comparing to the Buddhism. Muslim. and Hindu religion attacks to […]

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The Role of the Profesional Nurse

There are many issues which need to be considered when caring for older people who are of a cultural and linguistic diverse background. This essay will focus on these issues inconjucntion with engaging, assessing and caring for an older person who is of a cultural and linguistic diverse background. Transcultural nursing refers to “being aware […]

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Nut1 Task 2

Western Governors University NUT1 Task 2 EMR , Electronic Medical Records, refers to paperless, digital and computerized systems to maintain patient data, increase efficiency, reduce documentation errors and increase direct patient care. Although these types of systems have been around for more than twenty years, new technology is producing systems that are interchangeable with physicians […]

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Quality – College

Quality Moving toward quality in Health Care LaMonica Whitehead HCA305: The U. S. Health Care System Instructor: Thad Walker January 16, 2012 How does the quality of health care in the U. S. compare to the quality of care in other industrialized nations? • Quality of care is based on the population health status, processes […]

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Podiatrist

This essay will discuss and reflect about what I have learnt from working as a group during this module. Reflection is characterised as learning through experience toward gaining new insights of self and practice (Ref Johns 2004). In this module, I have had the opportunity to learn about other professions in order to collaborate and […]

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Iom Effects on Nursing

As congress debates over the many different points of the Affordable Healthcare Act, the one issue that is in the forefront is how will the health care system provide care for all these additional people. In order to provide quality care many believe the health care professionals roles will need to be expanded. Since nursing […]

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Patient Satisfaction Research

The purpose of this paper is to gain an understanding of Patient Satisfaction Research in health care. By understanding the definition of patient satisfaction as well the use of patient satisfaction surveys in health care, others will be able to comprehend how managers of Health Care Organizations use the scores to improve the quality of […]

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Are You a Good Communicatior

Effective Communicator is a vital in the healthcare workplace. It’s the welfare of others and the fundamental that focus and effective communication that is between colleagues that can make the difference in quality and the consistency of care that is delivered to the patients. When people consider themselves to be good communicators, and Identifying the […]

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American Nurses Association

The history of nursing dates back to centuries. The dignity of nursing lies in its unconditional rendering of patient care. To be taken care of is considered a privilege but caring for someone is indeed a virtue.

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