• Kirk Samuda, Kirk Patrick, Designing a hospital Network
     Kirk Samuda University of Phoenix NTC/362 Designing a Hospital Computer Network The fundamental characteristics of the Patton-Fuller Community Hospital network components, though operational do require an immediate upgrade to permit the changes forecasted...
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  • resource
    Resource: Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Virtual Organization Based on Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Network, prepare a 1,500 - to 2,500-word paper including the following: -     Identify network system elements (routers, switches, servers and workstations etc) in use. (10 pts) -     Identify...
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  • Analysis of the Network Systems in Use?
    An analysis of the network systems in use? The Network in current use is a high end 1GB Network. That uses Cat 6 and single Mode Fiber to affect those greater speeds and trusted reliability. Also, the technologies in use make it very hard for an inside malicious employee to sniff the network as it Giga...
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  • Sentence Outline
     Title Thesis: The Human Resource Department at Patton-Fuller Community Hospital is characterized by maintaining due diligence on performance appraisals; disciplinary actions and keeping current on the changes that occur throughout our organization.  Annual performance appraisals have and will continue...
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  • Patton Fuller
    The Organizational Structure The Patton-Fuller Community Hospital is using a relatively high-end organizational structure to facilitate the goals of the Hospital. Being that this is a Virtual Organization meaning; An organization that is actually dispersed over a small to large geographical area. That...
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  • Technical details of access method
     Patton-Fuller Community Hospital (Week 3) Bobby Hood NTC/362 September 30, 2013 Prof. Eddie Horton While observing the layout of the old network diagrams for Patton-Fuller Community Hospital, there must be an indication of the type of protocol that...
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  • Integrative Problems and Virtual Organization Strategy Paper
    about Patton Fuller Community College going through with an IPO. An IPO is also known as an Initial Public Offering. The IPO is the first stock sale is a public offering that sales shares of stocks from a company to people within the “general” public. Some of the threats that Patton Community Hospital...
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  • Environmental Proposal
    Environmental Proposal Today’s organizations are highly complex and Patton Fuller Community Hospital (PFCH) is no exception. From the data contained within employee files, the recent compliance issues, the increase in medication related errors, turnover, conflicts among team members, and the downward...
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  • Patton Fuller
    Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Myesha Hayden University of Phoenix Organizational Psychology 428 Catherine Jennings April 13, 2013 Patton-Fuller Community Hospital An environment that is supportive of team functioning and learning provides team members support and encourages the freedoms...
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  • Current Ethical Issues
    Organization is “Patton-Fuller Community Hospital.” The reason that I chose this organization is because the healthcare industry has always fascinated me. I think that it is really awesome that there are people in this world that actually choose to save others’ lives. Patton-Fuller Community Hospital is a decent...
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  • Simulation Review
    plans the hospital Board should make for next year and the next 5 years? The hospital Board should consider the overall economic recession and how it can affect the hospital. So it is really important that Board and the CFO has communicated on the importance on the financial aspects of the hospital whether...
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  • Patton FUller Week 3
    Patton-Fuller Hospital is a community hospital that has remained aiding the community since the year 1975. Yearly examinations have been conducted by self-governing audits to review this year's financial performance in comparison to preceding years. The financial statement review highpoints the alteration...
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  • Financial Statement Review
    Introduction Patton-Fuller Community hospital is committed to offering our patients innovative medical services. This is not possible if the financial staff does not take steps to ensure the relationship between sources and expenses reflect positive results. Understanding the differences between the...
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  • Strategic Process for Recruiting Employees
    the pipeline approach, competitiveness, employment branding, sourcing, diversity and technology to name a few. (ere.net, 2008, ¶ 4) At PattonFuller Community Hospital many of these strategies are used effectively by their Human Resource department. The pipeline approach is a strategy that seems...
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  • Health Care Case Study
    HCS/405 December 06, 2010 Health Care Case Study: Financial Statements This paper is a health care case study of financial statements for Patton-Fuller Community Hospital. This summary is a review of the annual report and financial statements and the differences between the audited and the unaudited statements...
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  • Financial Data Analysis
    Introduction Between the years 2009 and 2008 there were multiple financial changes to the PattonFuller Community Hospital. Using a combination of the balance sheet, statement of revenue and expenses, and also the 2009 hospital’s annual report we are able to see how the years differ...
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  • Hcs 341 Human Resources Management Presentation
    is understood. Patton-Fuller Community Hospital has handled the following employee’s corrective actions, and this student reviewed them. Bennie Bellamy Bennie Bellamy applied for the job position of Certified Nursing Aide (CNA). He was hired at Patton-Fuller Community Hospital. On January 14,...
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  • Constitutional Rights
    Patton - Fuller Community Hospital The 2 Constitutional Rights: 1. Privacy – employee files are accessible by the public. This could definitely be a negative impact on employees. 2. Freedom of Assembly – This could have a negative impact as well as a positive impact on the employees, depending...
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  • Financial Data Analysis
    Sharon Gomes-Sanders Financial Data Analysis After reviewing the balance sheet for Patton-Fuller Hospital for 2008 and 2009, there are significant differences that are noticeable. The retained earnings (or "Net Worth" or "Unrestricted Fund Balance")...
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  • Review Employees Files
    had a problem since. On February 7, 1997 King Lovell put in an application to work at PattonFuller Community Hospital. On February 20, 1997, King Lovell received a letter from PattonFuller Community Hospital offering the RN Staff Nurse position. King official start date was March 17, 1997. King...
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