Read through the allegation and the disposition of this case. From the point of view of the state of Colorado, create a list of pros and cons for paying for the services this woman needs to stay in her home own home. How much money would you need to add to the budget to provide these service for one year? Case Study The Cost of Providing Care The Office of Civil Rights, an agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is involved in investigating health care providers, amongst others, to ensure they are compliant with federal law. […]
Evaluate the research finding published by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) shown in Case Study 1. If you were the administrator of a health care facility, what action would you recommend to ensure that your facility provides the best care for your patients? Support your recommendations with specific details from the research findings. Case Study #1 Good treatments are available for people at risk for Sudden Cardiac Death Good treatments are available for people at risk for Sudden Cardiac Death Drug treatment for sudden cardiac death has improved over the years. Deaths from sudden cardiac death can […]
A nurse manager’s professional philosophy should take into consideration the client’s rights. Discuss the basic elements of human dignity, confidentiality, privacy, and informed consent.Provide examples of how these elements were addressed for particular patients.
Faulty information gathering usually adversely affects the decision-making process. Discuss ways of ensuring that faulty information is not gathered and how to solve problems when faulty information has become part of the overall information database.
Given the current political, economic and healthcare environment, what do you think are the two most important characteristics needed to be a successful healthcare entrepreneur? Please describe why these two characteristics are important in today’s environment.