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    quality of life that the patient as well as the family feel comfortable with. Since the patient is treated by such a wide variety of workers, there are weekly case management meetings which are mandated by Medicare, but often also influenced by hospital policy to ensure quality of care. It is at this time that information is shared by all who have had contact with the patient and any concerns are addressed. This helps for the staff to work out their feelings as well - because in hospice care

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    Die Hospital and clinic are two types of health care system that are undeniably different from each other. However, both institutes, differ due to the differences in their nature. Clinic is health center consulting private room beginning with a physician. A hospital is place where the sick and injured are taken for treatment. The doctors and nurses are readily available there for attending on their patients. They are employed by the hospitals to nurse the sick back to health. Both hospital and clinical

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    Hospitals are health care institutions that offer varying rages of acute, convalescent and terminal inpatient care as a result of acute and chronic conditions arising from diseases and injuries 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Hospitals of yesteryear originated as an institution for the poor, mentally ill and the homeless. They really didn’t provide elaborate care or treatment because of the limited amount of true medical knowledge that was available. The middle class avoided hospitals and chose to

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    ealth care. Without all hospitals rigorously following the procedures needed to prevent hospital-acquired infections, this problem continues to affect a great amount of Americans. Due to the spread of infection in hospitals, it has contributed to an overuse of antibiotics leading to antibiotic resistance and an increase in deaths among patients, consequentially decreasing the effectiveness of health care in America. The overuse and misuse of antibiotics contributes to antibiotic resistance, which

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    Lancaster General Hospital, founded in 1893 is a not-for-profit hospital. They are a part of Lancaster General Health and a member of Penn Medicine. This hospital has been recognized regionally and nationally for clinical excellence and patient safety. LGH offers patients some of the most advanced health care technology available. The hospital also has the county's only trauma center and provides a wide range services that are normally found in large urban setting. Their mission is to “advance the

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    the for-profit hospitals to non-profit hospitals. I chose this topic because I have worked for both. My degree is going to be Associates of Occupation Health for Medical Billing and Coding. I am also a License Practical Nurse. In Fort Smith were I last worked we had a private owned hospital, Non-profit hospital and a community owned hospital. People had a choice on where to go. Around here in Tulsa there are multi hospitals to choose from. When you go to a hospital it is very important

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    Readmission In Hospitals

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    readmission rates for patients admitted to the hospital? Why is this important? The Affordable Care Act established the Hospital Readmission Reduction Program requiring the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to withhold to cut decrease payment to hospitals with a high readmission rate (White et.al, 2014). The cost of poor transitions from hospital to outpatient care costs over $12 billion yearly (Dreyer, 2014). Financial penalties are incurred by hospitals when there is a readmission in less than

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    Hospital Volunteering

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    to volunteer at hospitals to gain more knowledge about the problem. Visiting a hospital and seeing what the children need or playing with them makes them very happy. Volunteering at a hospital lets me see the hospital from an insider's perspective. I am considering a career in a health-related field, volunteering at a hospital provides me with the chance to work with medical professionals and see what their jobs are like in the real world. My first day at the children's hospital was very warm and

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    Hospital Scenarios

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    be Ok, but we’ll need to transport them to the Hospital for a full medical evaluation. Will Child Protective Service be at the Hospital? Officer Myers: Yes, they will be dispatched to the Hospital in fact, CPS will be there by the time you arrive. Maggie Solis: Great, then were on our way. Scene 2: Maggie Solis and Lucinda Doe arrived at the Hospital with the children. Maria Moreno from the CPS department was waiting for them at the main Hospital entrance along with two Special Victim’s Investigators

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    Hospital Setting

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    thought of Healthcare, more often than not that person would envision the stereotypical white walls of a pristine hospital with bustling nurses, consulting physicians and patients in hospital rooms. This is a pretty widely thought of construct for healthcare. This paper’s intent is to thoroughly inform, analyze this setting of healthcare. More specifically the origin of the hospital setting and how this system came to be, also how all of the individual healthcare professionals assimilate together

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