• Future Trends
    delivery source in communicating patient specific information, and discusses the impact of distance delivery in health care. Also about issues that impact health care today and five years from now. Internet as an external delivery source in Communication The development and refinement of the...
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  • Future Trends in Health Cae
    electronic communication may be used as an external delivery source in communicating specific information. The impact of a distance delivery in health care will be addressed. The use of e- mail, telemedicine, and electronic transfer of records will be discussed. How these issues are impacting health care...
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  • Future Trends in Health Care
    communicating patient-specific information, address the impact of distance delivery on health care, how these communication issues impact health care today and the impact of these issues on health care five years from now. The Internet, and other forms of electronic communication, is used as an external...
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  • Rural Healthcare
    the residents of rural America have limited financial resources to pay for their medical care. In addition to poor finances, the residents must travel great distances to reach a health care practitioner. Often, these residents have difficulty obtaining transportation to get to the health care...
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  • Challenges of Implanting Devolved Health Care in the Counties in Kenya
    is extraordinarily motivated, services have to be brought closer to people rather than expecting them to travel long distances for the services. This is true for all promotive health services such as family planning, antenatal and postnatal care and child health services (growth monitoring and...
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  • Health Care Underserved Populations: Rural Health
    ://www.familiesusa.org, 2007) Poverty, inadequate transportation, large geographic distances, and an aging population base complicate health care delivery in rural and frontier communities. It is these characteristics, coupled with a fragile or nonexistent health care infrastructure, that make the...
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  • Rural Health Issues - Ageing
    health for rural people; equity of access to comprehensive health services; and improve the quality of rural health services. Both Federal and State Governments, to address these issues of equity and quality of health care delivery, and to be proactive in developing sustainable systems to provide...
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  • The Ryan White Care Act
    care providers treating people living with HIV/AIDS. The Dental Programs provide additional funding for oral health care for people with HIV. The Minority AIDS Initiative provides funding to evaluate and address the disproportionate impact of HIV/AIDS on African Americans and other minorities. [pic...
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  • Management
    . 5.1.6 Demonstrate that you implemented innovative back-office systems in support of quality and efficient service delivery. 5.1.7 If your organization have innovatively partnered with private and other sectors to improve service delivery? 5.2 Impact: 5.2.1 Demonstrate...
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  • Overview of Education in Health Care
    for curriculum on principles of teaching and learning 2. ANA  responsible for establishing standards and qualifications for practice, including patient teaching 3. ICN  endorses health education as an essential component of nursing care delivery 4. State Nurse Practice Acts...
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  • Uninusred Population
    Impact of Uninsured Population Project Lou Ann Carmichael HCS/531 March 4, 2011 Norma Wright Impact of Uninsured Population Project The increase in the uninsured population puts a strain on the health care system as a whole. It is difficult to have a health care delivery system that meets...
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  • CLinic system
    SIGNIFICANCE OF STUDY Summary Clinical information systems (CIS) could drive progress in health care in the 21st century. We must examine the organizational and social issues surrounding these systems to truly understand their potential use, benefit, and impact on health care delivery overall...
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  • Access to Health Care Services in Cross River State Nigeria
    and other European countries. Non-functional primary health care (PHC) system in the country which should cater for about 70% of health needs of the entire population has put good health care delivery to people in jeopardy. In a country, where the quality of life is getting worse in the midst of...
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  • Communication and Information Technology
    complete the procedure. According to Haidegger, Sandor, and Benyo, (2010) “Surgical robotic technology is an emerging interdisciplinary field, with a great potential impact on many areas of health care, and with the three-layered concept of relying only on currently available technology, effective...
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  • Telemedicine
    | | | |The delivery of health care services, where distance is a critical factor, by all health care professionals using information...
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  • Maternal Health in Afghanistan
    . This essay will explore three key aspects of the government’s basic package of health services (BPHS) strategy: health service delivery, skilled birth attendants and community participation. These will be looked at through the lens of both the comprehensive and selective models of health care, and...
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  • Telemedicine
    we mean by telemedicine and telemedicine systems, and the specific ways in that telemedicine can address serious problems in health care delivery. From there, effective systems to achieve these objectives can be developed and subsequently evaluated. TelemedicineEffects The First Generation of...
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  • Evaluation
    . The policy document requires that a comprehensive health care system delivered through the primary health centers should include MCH care, and family planning services. But despite the policy in place, regional disparities exist in health service delivery and resource availability. The southern...
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  • Organizational Behaviour
    forecasts, for service area(s). 7. Resource allocation between ambulatory, physician enterprise and inpatient care delivery. Infrastructure Assessment. The master plan should include a comprehensive summary of the facility configurations, capacity and capabilities that exist within the health system...
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  • An Assessment of Information Needs and Sources of Information Used by Physicians in Three Government Health Care Delivery Facilities in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria
    An assessment of information needs and sources of information used by physicians in three government health care delivery facilities in Ibadan, Oyo state, Nigeria                    Helen Komolafe-Opadeji Principal Librarian/Acting Medical Librarian E. Latunde Odeku Medical Library...
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