Organization of a Health Care Facility

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Organization of a Health Care Facility

Health Services Strategic Marketing- HSA 505

Date
November 2012

Abstract

In this assignment this researcher will create and open a new specialty health care business. This clinic will include physicians who specialize in the following areas: dermatology, gynecology, heart disease, respiratory disease, surgery, and gastroenterology. This researcher will respond to the following questions: •Determine whether you would incorporate and state the advantages and disadvantages of doing so. •Determine the feasibility of a profit or nonprofit organizational status for this facility. •Create a contract structure, including four (4) necessary clauses, for inclusion for medical staff for this facility. •Outline a plan to hire or appoint specialists for the clinic. •Justify the decision to accept Medicare or Medicaid as potential pay sources for this

This researcher will be able to describe the types of contracts and torts and how they apply to health care and differentiate among the ways that health care institutions can be organized and managed. This researcher will use technology and information resources to research issues in health care policy, law, and ethics.

Determine whether you would incorporate and state the advantages and disadvantages of doing so.
According to Pubmed Health Home(2012), “Cancer is defined as the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the body. Cancer appears to occur when the growth of cells in the body is out of control and cells divide too quickly. Cancer is an abnormal growth of cells. Cancer cells rapidly reproduce despite restriction of space, nutrients shared by other cells, or signals sent from the body to stop reproduction. Cancer cells are often shaped differently from healthy cells, they do not function properly, and they can spread to many areas of the body. Tumors, abnormal growth of tissue, are clusters of cells that are capable of growing and dividing uncontrollably; their growth is not regulated. Oncology is the study of cancer and tumors. The term "cancer" is used when a tumor is malignant, which is to say it has the potential to cause harm, including death. Cancer comes in many forms, it can develop on organ or tissue in the body, such as breast, prostate, ovaries, skin, stomach, lungs, throat, etc.

According to (HTTP://cancer.stanford.edu/information/overview)The following risk factors and mechanisms have been proposed as contributing to the development of cancer: •lifestyle factors
Lifestyle and environmental factors such as smoking, high-fat diet, exposure to ultraviolet (UV radiation from the sun), or exposure to chemicals (cancer-causing substances) in the work place over long periods of time may be risk factors for some adult cancers. Most children with cancer, however, are too young to have been exposed to these lifestyle factors for any extended time.

genetic factors
Family history, inheritance, and genetics may play an important role in some adult and childhood cancers. It is possible for cancer of varying forms to be present more than once in a family. Some gene alterations are inherited. However, this does not necessary mean that the person will develop cancer. It indicates that the chance of developing cancer increases. It is unknown in these circumstances if the disease is caused by a genetic mutation, other factors, or simply coincidence.

virus exposure
Exposures to certain viruses, such as the human papillomavirus (HPV) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV; the virus that causes acquired immune deficiency, or AIDS), have been linked to an increased risk of developing certain types of cancers. Possibly, the virus alters a cell in some way. That cell then reproduces an altered cell and,...
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