1. List six defining characteristics of the US Healthcare System that have key challenges for healthcare leaders. Answer: There are plenty of characteristics of the US Healthcare System that have key challenges for healthcare leaders. Yet, in todays' world there are a few "hot topics" in which healthcare as a whole describe "features" that are going to be very important for the future healthcare leaders to understand. Examples are: 1. The role of each employee that is involved within each facility. Anything from Healthcare Administrators, to physicians. 2. The obligation of healthcare facilities giving proper care. 3. The technological advancements that healthcare facilities nationwide have been approaching. 4. The debate between nonprofit organizations vs. "big business" 5. Financial issues regarding the healthcare system. (insurance, payments, finance, etc.) 6. Educating the public about life changing events that will make our community a better place.
The Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care has been used as a classic overview of the US Healthcare system. What are the significant inferences from the study related to the State of Texas?
Define Quality as discussed by the INSTITUTE OF HEALTH. Donabedian (1988) discuss three dimensions related to quality. What are the three dimensions and how do they apply to healthcare?
Is it ethical to limit the access to care for patients covered by poorly paying insurers? As a hospital administrator or chief nursing officer, how would you approach a situation where you needed to limit losses created by treating patients with no insurance or poorly paying insurance who arrive in your emergency room?
Does every hospital need to have a surgical robot for appropriate procedures? Does it benefit the supplier to limit the number of surgical robots sold in order to maximize utilization per robot? Why or why not?
What does the concept of comparative effectiveness mean in health care?
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