You understand that database technology can dramatically improve your ability to analyze information, compared to spreadsheet technology, and assist you in developing your strategic plans for the cafe. To help you familiarize yourself with databases and their associated business value you need to create a report detailing the basics of databases and why they are better for running a business than spreadsheet applications. Be sure to provide a detailed explanation of relational databases along with their associated business advantages.
With the observations, the goal was to become aware of what is in store for the future both within school and after graduation. First person observed was Sharon, a dental hygiene student at PIMA, in her 5th semester. To begin her visit, Sharon ensured she had all the necessary paperwork and materials needed for the visit prior to procuring her patient from the lobby. After sitting the patient down, she reviewed his medical history with him and took his vitals, she then turned her light on for an instructor. Once the instructor arrived, she presented the patient and had the instructor sign off on the paperwork. After the instructor left, Sharon quickly began to continue with an oral cancer screening (OCS), noting any findings. From there, she took periodontal probing depths (PPD), gingival margin to cementoenamel junction readings (GM to CEJ), clinical attachment loss (CAL), and periodontal description. Immediately after writing all her notes she turned her light on for an instructor to come evaluate her findings, which is called check in. When the instructor came into the room he sat down and had Sharon read off her findings to him while he did his own exam on the patient. From there, Dr. Burnett came to evaluate the patient. Unfortunately, the 3 hours had pasted by the time all this was done, so the patient was scheduled at a later date for his prophy.
Worker observed one year old Vincent, he just had a birthday on February 15th. He was observed to be wearing a onsie and was sitting on a high chair. Vincent was eating gold fish crackers. He appeared to be healthy with no visible marks or bruises. Worker was informed that he received four vaccinations and those were his one year old vaccinations. He had his first birthday celebration at his daycare facility. It was a Mickey Mouse theme. Present at the party was his PGM, MGM his father Weylin, mother Katherine as well as the rest of the children in the daycare facility.
The physician speakers identified many traits of a good physician, including responsible, empathetic, hard-working, trustworthy, and the list goes on. When looking at all of these characteristics, it is easy to think that a physician is essentially an ideal and well-rounded person who is intelligent and has good morals. However, we have been taught at a young age that nobody is perfect, so are physicians an exception? I think while being a pre-med student, it is easy to get lost in the idea of a physician and forget that they are people with strengths and weaknesses too. Despite this, after listening to all the speakers, I’ve noticed a few common characteristics of a good physician, which are dedicated, compassionate, and collaborative.
Michael escorted patient #1974 to Supervisor office as the patient appeared to be upset with regard to her recent HOLD. According to the patient, she complained about her assigned counselor placing her on HOLD for unscheduled sessions and this has occurred on two separate occasion. The patient then reports that on 05/8/2017- an appointment was schedule, but the patient cancelled and was told by Michael that she will receive a phone call to reschedule the appointment but no call was made. In addition, the patient shared that her assigned counselor did not fax her UDS result to DCF/Housing Worker. The patient requested to be reassigned with a new counselor. This information was relayed to Michael pertaining to the patient response. According
A medical consultation is a consultation, which takes place between a patient and a physician. It is important because it is the main opportunity for the doctor to explore the patient’s problems and concerns. However, respect and kindness between the physician and patient should be in consultation.
Per our conversation SC is unable to find BO a place to live. As his provider you are reasonable for security him a place to live. In the conversation you stated that Bo is at Sundance hospital garland because the police was called Friday because Bo threated your staff. Pam you also noted that BO was getting ready to be discharge to from Sundance hospital garland. SC called Sundance hospital garland the Nurse stated he is not getting ready to discharge and there is no orders for upcoming discharges . Pam you also noted that Bo called and want to return to the group home. Pam you noted Bo can come back to the home. Pam noted is was her concern for her staff. SC noted have she had training to learn invention for the behaviors.
The physician is an integral part of the health care system. The staff the facility keeps defines the health outcomes for the patients of that facility. So, it is very important to hire staff that helps create overall health care quality and good outcomes. Sometimes, however, physicians are placed in a difficult position because of the different roles they manage. The definition of a double agent, the marketplace, and the ethical aspect should be considered when defining a physician’s role as a double agent.
As mentioned previously, at my last job I communicated with students, and parents. I oversaw the children’s safety. I had to keep an eye out for their well-being along with any equipment they may have borrowed. Moreover, I am bilingual. So, I am freely to communicate with fluent English-speaking students, and Spanish fluent students. Lastly, as mentioned I have experience with outreach so promoting any events thrown by RHA or the school or any important information students should know I would be able to communicate it with
We hope his letter finds you well. Per Christina's email sent on November 12, 2015, CARD's services are no longer a fit for Dillon, due to his health issues being a priority. Also, Dillon's scheduled activities will overlap with his therapy sessions; this means he is no longer available for CARD therapy. Cristina also mentioned not being able to attend clinics, due to not being able to take time off of work. Clinic attendance is a crucial aspect of a successful CARD therapy program; and by not attending clinics, Dillon's progress and CARD's clinical recommendations will be hindered. Angelica and I have tried to discuss accommodations with Cristina via phone and in person on November 12, 2015, and again on November 13, 2015, to help continue
The reporting party (RP) stated when she arrived to pick up her 3 year old daughter Hadley she was shock at her appearance. The RP was informed that Hadley had fallen off the slide in the morning (exact time unknown) and sustained scratches, abrasions, and a bump to her face and head. The RP questioned the teacher Ms. Usha regarding what care was administered to the child. The RP was informed the child received no care due to staffing issues. According to the RP she was informed the teacher could not leave the other children to attended to her daughter’s needs. The child sustained a bump to her left temple and received no ice or cold pack. The RP stated she contacted the facility to informed them the child need to remain at the facility a while
We need to have a doctor degrees in our field after we finished our master degree and bachelor degree. Also, experience and certifications may be a requirement in some colleges.We can gain experiences by working as a professor assistants when we become a graduated student which will make us more
ProMedica surveyed over 24,800 respondents to discover evolution of consumer from required physician referrals to technology advancements creating health care consumerism notion. Physician’s referrals dropped in half from by 2009; which was the leading influence during this time period (Winan and Kasubski, 2011).
As a new graduate student, one of the many observations I made during the first week of clinical was how busy my preceptor was and the amount of patients she was scheduled to see. My preceptor is always on the go and any little hiccup can result in her getting behind. With that being said, it is inevitable patients will present with complex symptoms that may involve utilizing additional resources to diagnose and manage symptoms appropriately. When situations like this occur, my preceptor uses The 5-Minute Consult Clinical Companion to Women’s Health. According to McGarry and Tong (2013), “The material present practical, up-to-date, evidence-based information in a format designed for rapid consultation.” This resource is helpful to my preceptor