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A 13 page overview of the similarities and differences which exist between different health care delivery mechanisms. The author of this paper asserts that while there are many similarities, however, we must acknowledge that differences do exist according to organizational structure and environment as well as culture. This paper provides a detailed overview ...

A 5 page assertion that networking is opening vast avenues for increased efficiency and accuracy in the analysis of medical imaging. Traditional methods of data analysis in such applications and medicine relied solely on the visual inspection of that data by experts. Neural networking complements this inspection with detailed computer analysis utilizing complex ...

A 5 page research paper that investigates domestic violence from a community health nursing standpoint. Guidelines for diagnosis and recovery plan are offered. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

This 4-page paper focuses on technological developments in medicine. Topics include telesurgery, virtual systems and intranets. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

A 12 page paper discussing whether organizations and institutions should concern themselves with the work and extra detail required to obtain and then maintain accreditation. The answer to the question of whether health care organizations should seek out and maintain JCAHO is yes, but with qualification. These organizations should guard against falling into ...

A 15 page paper that compares and contrasts the two industries. The writer begins with an overview of each industry, including their annual revenues, challenges and operational structures. The next section discusses the competitive issues and strategies for each industry, including the mergers and acquisitions in the pharmaceutical industry and why these have become necessary. ...

A 10 page discussion of the diagnostic procedures which are preferred for acute appendicitis. The author compares the value of collecting a detailed clinical history and symptoms with that of more elaborate tests such as computerized Tomography. The contention is presented that although CT offers some advantages in some cases, it all too ...

A 5 page discussion of the need for in-house training in the rural health care organization. The author points out that attracting and retaining qualified employees is a formidable task regardless of the industry or the location. For hospitals in rural areas, however, this task becomes even more difficult. One of the ...

Examining the history of Britain's National Health Systen (NHS), this paper attempts to discuss overhauls the government is trying to make to this form of socialized medicine, as well as competitive forces that are forcing the change. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

A 6 page outline of a presentation of the effect that health care costs have on the larger economy. The issue is whether basic economic principles such as supply and demand and price elasticity apply to health care. The superficial view is that health care is above the law of economic principles, but ...

5 pages in length. Turkey struggles along with the rest of the world in establishing and maintaining quality healthcare for its people. Depending upon myriad elements – social, political, economic, cultural, environmental – different global communities experience different challenges in meeting this objective. Turkey's primary barriers include the combination of infectious disease ...

An 8 page research paper that offers a literature review that assesses Canadian health care for immigrant women. The writer reports on both quantitative and qualitative studies, focusing on an educational program for immigrant women that proved to be quite successful. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

A 7 page paper answering 4 questions about the current health care infrastructure; how managed care came to increase costs rather than reduce them; what alternative measures might be used to effect change; and what obstacles such measures might encounter. Answers to these questions focus on the medical community’s long-standing rejection of any alternative ...

A 9 page paper discussing the microeconomic effects of spiraling health care costs. The presence of the third-party payer masks the effect of elasticity of demand for health care, as it does its microeconomic effects. It does not mask the results, however. As politicians continue to haggle over the future of Medicare ...

Rheumatic Fever

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A 10 page paper which examines the issue, significance, agent, condition, morbidity and mortality from the perspectives of person, place and time, considering race, age, gender, geographical area, socioeconomic factors, occupation, education and cyclical or seasonal fluctuations in order to determine long-term trends that may influence future epidemiological research. Bibliography lists 15 sources.

An 8 page paper. Health maintenance organizations (HMOs) seemed like a good idea in the 1980s as health costs were soaring out of range. Their purpose was to control costs while increasing the quality of health care for Americans. But, like many ideas that sound good at the time, this one failed to meet ...

This is a 5 page paper discussing health and ethnicity. Recent studies in the areas of research in ethnicity in regards to disease, illness and health have shown that there are significant differences based on ethnicity in regards to incidence rates in areas such as cancer, diabetes and SIDS among others. In addition to the ...

A 5 page paper discussing uneasy changes in access to healthcare. An old saying holds that “the more things change, the more they stay the same.” That old saying appears to be operational in the health care industry, as increasing numbers of people are left without insurance but do not qualify for government ...

This 5 page paper provides an example letter of a consumer writing to Oxford Health Plans regarding the high cost of prescription drugs. Suggestions are made and reasoning is provided to convince the insurance company to change its drug co-pay options. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

This 11 page paper considers how electronic health records have been used and the lack of a single national system or model in the UK National Health Service. The paper considers how systems have been implemented, the factors for success or failure and the lessons that can be gained form the pilot projects in ...

This 5 page report discusses an article published in the February 25, 2002, issue of the Archives of Internal Medicine (published by the American Medical Association) in which the authors outline their many concerns regarding the immense problems faced at all levels of the health care delivery system and the ways in which integrative medicine can serve to ...

A 7 page paper critiquing the report of a study conducted to determine the degree to which current retirees have access to employer-paid healthcare benefits. One of the most persistent and troublesome issue facing policymakers and legislators today is that of managing Medicare and ensuring that the nation’s elderly population has sufficient access to ...

A 6 page paper discussing what embryonic stem cell research is; the US government’s current ban on creating new lines; ethical questions and the philosophies of Kant and Mill. The paper concludes that adult stem cell research should receive additional attention. Adult stem cells appear to respond in the same ways as embryonic ...

A 6 page paper discussing anticipated increased regulation of the pharmaceutical industry. Everyone expected to pay more than they would like for their prescription medications in years past, but the former Burroughs-Wellcome component of the current Glaxo-Wellcome generated a public outcry when it first marketed AZT® as the first - and only - drug treatment available for AIDS patients. ...

A 5 page review of the article published in the January 2002 edition of “Scientific American” recounting these researchers experiences in stem cell research. This article offers a fascinating glimpse into many aspects of cloning and stem cell research. The author of this paper interprets the research from a mental health perspective. ...

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