Underserved Populations Essays and Term Papers

  • Kirsten Lyman

    Kirsten Lyman Probably the most important part of the CARE Program for me was the opportunity to work with a medically underserved population (a largely Hispanic, low income population) or at least to do a project that could help serve them. Obviously it has helped me with the medical school application...

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  • Final

    compile information for three Outreach Plans, each specific to a different special population. The Outreach Plan should provide information to human services workers to assist when working with members of that special population in the community. The information can be presented as a paper or as a Microsoft®...

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  • Analysis of Health Agency: Community Christ Health Services

    for underserved populations. Approximately, 1,200 CHCs currently serve 20 million people in over 7,500 rural and urban areas of United States and territories” (Streeter, et. al., 2009). These health centers serve as medical homes for the nation’s medically underserved and vulnerable populations who...

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  • ACA Paper on Title V

    Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (2010) aims to enrich the dwindling healthcare workforce by promoting healthcare expansion in underserved communities and populations, alleviating cost for those entering or advancing their healthcare profession, and creating a National Health Care Workforce Commission...

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  • Coronary Heart Disease

    the delivery of health care services for all individuals, particularly low income, undeserved, uninsured, minority, health disparity, and rural populations. This service is provided by: 1. Gathering and assessing comprehensive data in order for the health care workforce to meet the health care needs...

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  • Experience in Underserved Communities

    "An underserved community or population is defined as a group of people who, for a variety of reasons, do not have equal access to health and health care services. This type of community is located in rural and urban areas. A clinic may also be considered as an underserved. I remember when I volunteered...

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  • Telemedicine for Rural and Underserved Communities of Nepal

    Telemedicine for Rural and Underserved Communities of Nepal Ramesh R. Subedi, Carrie B. Peterson, and Sofoklis Kyriazakos Center for TeleInFrastruktur (CTIF), Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark Published in: K. Dremstrup, S. Rees, M.Ø. Jensen (Eds.): 15th NBC on Biomedical Engineering & Medical...

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  • health care in women

    BSN) NURS 362 JHA Fall 2012 Abstract Health disparities can be defined as inequalities that exist when members of certain population groups do not benefit from the same health status as other groups. Health disparities can usually be identified along racial and ethnic lines, indicating...

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  • Underserved populations

    people were malnourished, sickly, underserved, and lacking the necessities of life. I remember thinking how lucky I am to have the simple pleasures of a hot shower, shelter, clean clothing, and the ability to visit a doctor. That is the moment I knew working in an underserved community is my calling. I wanted...

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  • Disparity in Dental Community

    within our country who lack quality care simply because of location, or financial stress.  My service as a provider at a health clinic of a medically underserved community would be most rewarding.  Having a strong desire to help others in need, my care for others becomes genuine.  As a dentist my service would...

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  • History

    greater in areas that are already underserved. In addition, inferior health outcomes associated with inadequate access to primary care, including higher mortality from heart disease and cancer are projected to become even more evident among already vulnerable populations. Interest in a career in primary...

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  • Clinic Paper

    centers generally serving medically underserved areas (MUA) which includes persons who are uninsured, underinsured , Low-income or those living in areas where little access to primary health care is available medically underserved areas/ populations are area or populations designated by the health resources...

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  • Mal-Distibution of Physicians

    proportion to the population in both rural and urban locations and are the single largest source of physicians in rural areas. All other specialties are more likely to settle in urban areas ("Shortage Designation: Health Professional Shortage areas and Medically Underserved Areas/Populations," 2013). There...

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  • Masud

    financing, and other financial needs. Of the total population, 14 percent have access to formal finance, and about 40 percent have no financial access to formal or informal financial systems altogether. In comparison, 32 percent of the population in Bangladesh has access to the formal financial system...

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  • Team Summary

    would pull together existing SUS resources to address the need of growth, development, and sustainability of our core client base – minority and underserved business owners. During this process, the Initiative tasked itself with accessing where overlaps might occur in the services SUS and the System’s...

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  • Medical Home Initiative

    funding that can alleviate inequities. The Children’s Health Fund (CHF) is committed to providing health care to the nation’s most medically underserved children through innovative primary care medical programs and advocating guaranteed access to appropriate health care for all children. CHF’s model...

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  • Lilian Wald

    maintaining their dignity and independence. She embraced the cultural perspectives of the community allowing her a greater understanding of the populations she cared for. Her establishment of a three-year probationary period was a stoke of genius as it allowed nurses new to public health nursing the...

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  • Bimeks Goes Catalog

    demand from rural areas and underserved markets. When I look at the website of Bimeks, I can see its store locations, such as in Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir, and Antalya. Therefore, except these cities in which Bimeks have stores, other cities in Turkey represent an underserved market for electronics. This...

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  • Facility Management Part I

    efficient health care delivery systems (ECMC, 2010). The Type of Population Being Served ECMC is a major provider of critical medical and human services to vulnerable populations in medically underserved areas. The emphasis on the underserved includes the uninsured and underinsured, Medicaid and Medicare...

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  • Writing Exemplar

    Plummer, O’Brien & Boyd, 2011). Schroedl (2012) also states the role of the nurse practitioner providing primary care in underserved areas and high risk for disparity populations as instrumental as well as a solution to improve access to healthcare, provide quality healthcare, and decrease health disparities...

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