1. Formulate a patient education plan for a common chronic health challenge related to your practice. Provide rationale for each approach and describe a technology tool you would use to engage and educate the patient and his or her family. 2. Reflect on connected health potentials in your practice. What are you doing currently that connects and engages your patients in managing their health? Describe in detail what you plan to do in the next 6 months to 1 year.
WBC = normal with a normal differential and platelet count Hct = 29%; MCV = normal, MCHC = slightly decreased; RDW = markedly increased; reticulocyte count < 2% Smear with mixed microcytic/hypochromic and macrocytic/normochromic red blood cells; WBC and platelets appear normal PT/PTT, liver function tests, electrolytes, and amylase normal Upper endoscopy with 2 cm. duodenal ulcer with evidence of recent but no acute hemorrhage ADDITIONAL LABORATORY RESULTS: Serum iron, total iron binding capacity, saturation, and ferritin all reduced Bone marrow biopsy with megaloblastic changes and low iron stores Serum folate […]
1.) If a physician develops a history of disruptive behavior, belittling staff, cursing at coworkers, and being rude and curt to patients, what are the responsibilities of the medical staff, the hospital, and the other professionals involved? Why do you believe that so many staff may be reluctant to report a poorly behaving physician? 2.)What do you see as the pros and cons of obtaining fair market value analyses on the compensation paid to physicians, especially when the market rates are benchmarked against national standards? How could this information be used in negotiating rates with physicians?
How would respond to this post? The medical term integument means covering of skin (Leonard, 2011). The integumentary system is made up of the skin, hair, scales, and nails working together to protect the body from damage (The Human Body Systems and Organs, 2017). One of its primary functions is absorbing vitamin D. Considering the integumentary system is the largest organ system in the human body, there are bound to be a list of diseases and disorders associated with it. Some of these include blisters, rash, acne, sunburn, and Athletes foot. There are many different terms which are associated with […]
Community Health Issues Call the Department of Health or your local Public Health Department and speak to a nurse. Find out the top health concern(s) for your community. Please focus your attention on the unique tools that nurses who work in the community utilize to care for populations, including the Intervention Wheel. Please listen to Dr. Attia’s Ted Talk in the resources for this week and then respond to the following questions: Pick a top health issue in your community and describe some ways in which a nurse might improve this issue at the population level. Are the problems that […]
Telenursing and Remote Access Telehealth 1. As telehealth technology advances toward seamless data access regardless of distance or health system, how can patient privacy rights and confidentiality of personal medical data be protected? 2. Consider a recent patient care scenario and describe how it could have been managed at a distance. . Which training would be needed? . Which equipment would be used ? . How would the patient and his or her family respond to home telemonitoring?