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  • United States Healthcare: an Annotated Bibliography

    United States Healthcare: An Annotated Bibliography Over the past hundred years‚ there have been several changes to the healthcare profession. A change from just being happy to care for one’s patients day or night to “you have to have money and insurance for me to treat you.” Gone are the days that one could walk into a hospital and not have to worry about how he or she was going to pay the bill‚ gone are the days that having insurance was one’s own choice‚ and gone are the days that choosing one’s

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  • Annotated Bibliography on the quality and cost of healthcare

    Annotated Bibliography 1 Annotated Bibliography Brittany Odom Senior Composition Mrs. Herrick March‚ 20‚ 2013

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  • Healthcare in the United States

    Healthcare is the biggest problem in the United States. Most of insurance got more expensive and offer worst benefits and cover less than before. As we know already is 4.6 million uninsured people in the United States. Citizens are waiting for better opportunity to get health insurance. They are waiting for some changes every year. The United States is the only modern industrialized country without a sound health care system. It is the most privatized in the U.S‚ which means that in order to take

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  • Healthcare in the United States

    Health care around the world is very different. The United States is a pluralistic‚ privately owned system. They are technology driven‚ and an insurance based type of health care. They have issues with the cost rising versus the people receiving benefits. Germany‚ Canada‚ and Great Britain all use a universal type of health care where they believe all citizens should have moderate access to treatments. Germany uses Socialized Health Insurance. Canada uses National Health Insurance that is divided

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    Healthcare: HIPPA and the Law ‘The basic requirement of the final privacy rules is that a covered entity may not use or disclose an individual’s protected health information‚ except as otherwise permitted or required by the rules. The original privacy rule required that the use or disclosure of personal health information would only be permissible provided a covered entity had received a prior “consent” or “authorization” from the patient for the release of personal health information” (Giacalone

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  • Annotated Bibliography

    Annotated Bibliography Galen College of Nursing Annotated Bibliography Mayo Clinic (2011). Personal health record: A tool for managing your health. Retrieved from http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/personal-health-record/MY00665 This source talks about how electronic health records makes it easy to gather and manage medical information in a secure location (Mayo Clinic‚ 2001‚ pg. 1). They explain what a health record is and what goes into it. The advantages and disadvantages to this system

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    Annotated Bibliography 2 Medical Office Management Current Issues Hetico‚ Hope R. Marcinko‚ David E. Medical Office Management focuses on business factors that affects a medical office. How it affects the objectives and how to achieve them. The objective goals would be to have more clients to increase more revenue. Tchernis‚ Rusty Slottje‚ Daniel Jonathan Current Issues in Health Economics analyzes the effects on the national health status. The issues of

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    Annotated Bibliography 2 Annotated Bibliography 7 Annotated Bibliography Rosekate Ugorji California Baptist University Running head: Annotated Bibliography 1 Annotated Bibliography References Brandi‚ C. L.‚ & Naito‚ A. (2011). Hospital nurse administrators in Japan. International Nursing Review‚ 53‚ 59-65. Retrieved from www.INR.org. The main point of this study is to explore the perspectives of female senior nurse administrators in the hospitals at Kansai region of Japan. The

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    Annotated Bibliography Apuzzo‚ Michael L J. "Healthcare Reform In The United States 2010: An Academic Neurosurgeon’s Perspective." World Neurosurgery 74.1 (2010): 1-2. MEDLINE. Web. 19 Feb. 2014. World Neurosurgery is the official journal of the World Federation of Neurological Societies. Part of the journal’s mission is to “serve as a forum for scientific‚ clinical‚ educational‚ social‚ cultural‚ economic‚ and political ideas and issues for global neurosurgery.” Michael L.J. Apuzzo‚ M.D. is the

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  • An Annotated Bibliography

    An Annotated Bibliography For the assignment this week‚ I chose the topic of Medication Errors to find three reputable sources to cite the information on with an annotated bibliography. The sources I chose from the ProQuest database because I think they have a good reputation in providing peer-reviewed material relevant to the topic I chose. Chang‚ Y.‚ & Mark‚ Barbara A‚ RN‚PhD.‚ F.A.A.N. (2009). Antecedents of severe and nonsevere medication errors. Journal of Nursing Scholarship‚ 41(1)‚ 70-8

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