Has there been a particular situation at your workplace where you went the extra mile because you felt appreciated, or when your supervisor used your mistake as an opportunity to learn, rather than punish?
A 23 year old woman developed sore throat, fever and swollen glands in her neck. The tonsils were enlarged with white spots on the surface. In about one week, the sore throat disappeared. Following an additional week, she noted her urine had become tea-colored. She presented to her physician and explained her condition for the past two weeks, the physician observed no abnormalities in the pharynx, but did find that she had an elevated blood pressure. Examination of her urine revealed hematuria (increased blood in the urine) and substantial proteinuria. Evaluation of the patient’s serum revealed high titers to streptococcal […]
Patient came to ER complain chest pain. result of test : patient was having an anterior wall myocardial infarction. taking to the cath lab for immediate single vessel angioplasty. percutaneous I convention. hypertension was addressed, medication for low potassium levels as well. diabetes was managed by medication. codes assigned by student Px Dx: R07.9 I10 E87.6 I21.09 E11.9 PX Px 02703ZZ explain in detail, feed back to UHDS and reimbursement, justify what correct coding should be. you can tell to student why code is incorrect. what evidences they cannot use sign and symptom. code property sequenced.
Discuss in detail the ‘benefits’ and ‘risks’ of patient engagement in improving health outcomes. Focus on a particular health issue such as, but not limited to: diabetes, arthritis, substance use disorder, anxiety, COPD etc. Support your thesis with evidence from the literature
Describe a common developmental issue related to adolescents questioning sexual issues. Provide the appropriate questions and approaches for primary care providers related to the physical and mental health of adolescents promote open, trusting relationships.