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Medical assistants complete administrative and clinical tasks in the offices of physicians, podiatrists, chiropractors, and other health practitioners. Their duties vary with the location, specialty, and size of the practice. There is so many reasons why I want to become a Medical Assistant. It is definitely not a career for everyone. It requires flexibility, a desire to help other people, and a passion for learning. Medical Assistant is career choice with so much potential. As a medical assistant...

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Patient Centered Medical Home Summary

Overview of the Patient Centered Medical Home project piloted by Geisinger Health System in Danville, Pennsylvania Date: October of 2010  Goal: Create value (defined as outcomes relative to input costs), measure innovation returns, and receive market rewards.  Requirements: a multidimensional transformation of primary care practice with intensive case management and a payer partnership.  Coordinating Primary Care/Team Effort: “patient Centered Medical Home” Geisinger calls it “Personal...

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Assess the Biomedical and Socio-Medical Models of Health

assessing the strengths and weaknesses of the biomedical and socio-medical models of health. Biomedical model of health Biomedical model of health is an approach which eliminates psychological and social factors (environment) but only comprises biological issues in trying to recognize or understand an individual`s medical illness/disorder. The biomedical model of health looks upon treatment in expression of changing the body by medical intervention forms. Also this model seeks to look at what is wrong...

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hcs212r3 Week2 Health Care Terms Worksheet

  Week 2Health Care Terms Worksheet  HCS/212 Version 3      Copyright © 2013 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved.   1    Week 2Health Care Terms Worksheet  HCS/212 Version 3    University of Phoenix Material    Week 2 Health Care Terms Worksheet    Understanding health care terms is a prerequisite for both academic and professional success. This  assignment is intended to ensure you understand some of the basic terms used in this course.    Complete ​ the worksheet according to the following guidelines: ...

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Medical Diagnosis: Purpose, Possible Limitations, and Outcomes of a Diagnosis

Abesamis, Ma. Regina R. March 9, 2011 SOCTEC NO2 What is the purpose of medical diagnosis? Are outcomes of diagnosis always accurate/objective? If not, what are the possible limitations of diagnosis as a form of knowledge production? Basically, the purpose of medical diagnosis is to determine the illness of the patient. It is based on the clinician’s judgment on what is the patient’s condition. A diagnosis is only formed when enough data are required. There are many types of data...

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history: 03/2012-present-Ideal Health Solutions-Providing comprehensive care to complex adult geriatric populations to include short term sub-acute post surgical and rehabilitative care to adult populations. 11/2011-02/2012: Tristan Medical- Providing primary and acute care to a diverse population of people. 10/2010-Present: Preventative Medicine Associates- Assistant Medical Director of Norton Family Practice. Duties include providing and overseeing the delivery of primary care to patients with history...

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the yellow wallpaper

Charlotte Perkins Gilman's "The Yellow Wallpaper" was published in 1899. The story was based on Gilman's own personal experience with misdiagnosis and mistreatment by the medical community. Written at a time when women were frequently diagnosed with depression, many underwent a "rest cure." Just as with the woman in the story, Gilman's "illness" only worsened with continued treatment. Although there are significant social and cultural differences between the American society of today and that of...

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614(part i ) and 249(part ii) Part (i) Word Reflection What do you believe?/ What is your opinion? Euthanasia is not wrong. Euthanasia can be a morally correct under appropriate supervision. What about the terms/definitions? Are they clear? What kind of problems or ambiguities arise here? The term Euthanasia is known by most ordinary people as it is a famous issue that still remain debatable. There should not be any problem understanding the argument of euthanasia is not wrong. Except the level of...

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Hsc/490 Week 3 Emerging Healthcare Technology

Demographics on Long-Term Care ES HCS/490 June 25, 2012 In the target area of patients requiring long-term care, the demographic area is increasing yearly due to the fact that people are now living longer due to medicine and preventative health care measures. These have a major impact on the changing demographics on the healthcare market today. It will further change due to the increasing population thus changing the ever-growing health care field. “Long-term care is when a patient has a...

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Case Study Information for Soap Notes

Associate Level Material Case Study Information for SOAP Notes Read the following three patient visits. Rewrite the information using correct medical terminology. The visits below are written in layman’s terms and do not use the correct medical terminology. Re-write the information in medical terms for the charts. You must determine where the information is to be placed in the SOAP note. Patient One – Chapter Six 22-year-old African American female 140/60 BP ...

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