increasing health care cost.

Discuss at least 4 strategies that can be used to curtail the increasing health care cost.

 

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initial assessment

Assignment Description

Your Comprehensive Case Study should cover the initial assessment through the evaluation of active treatment, as well as available resources and possible interventions for after counseling has ended (in other words, a client follow-up plan).

Assignment Instructions

Use the Comprehensive Case Study outline below to compile your current and previous work into one Microsoft Word document:

  1. Title page.
  2. Abstract.
  3. Table of contents.
  4. Introduction.
  5. Engagement (revised case study of individual/family history from Unit 2).
  6. Assessment plan.
  7. Intervention plan (revised treatment plan from Unit 8).
  8. Evaluation plan.
  9. Client follow-up plan (the plan for follow-up and continued treatment for this client/individual through a systems-based perspective).
  10. Conclusion/summary.
  11. References.

Additional Requirements

Your final paper must also meet the following requirements:

  • Number of pages: The body of the paper should be 15–20 pages, not including the title page, abstract, table of contents, or reference page.
  • Written communication: You must present accurate written communication that conveys the overall goals of the project and does not detract from the overall message.
  • Formatting: Use APA current edition formatting, including proper punctuation, double-spacing throughout, proper headings and subheadings, and page numbers. Please refer to the Writing Center’s APA Style and Format page for more information.
  • References and style: You should have a minimum of 10 references from books or peer-reviewed journals written within the past five years. Your references must adhere to APA current edition format to receive full credit.
 

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evaluation of active treatment

Assignment Description

Your Comprehensive Case Study should cover the initial assessment through the evaluation of active treatment, as well as available resources and possible interventions for after counseling has ended (in other words, a client follow-up plan).

Assignment Instructions

Use the Comprehensive Case Study outline below to compile your current and previous work into one Microsoft Word document:

  1. Title page.
  2. Abstract.
  3. Table of contents.
  4. Introduction.
  5. Engagement (revised case study of individual/family history from Unit 2).
  6. Assessment plan.
  7. Intervention plan (revised treatment plan from Unit 8).
  8. Evaluation plan.
  9. Client follow-up plan (the plan for follow-up and continued treatment for this client/individual through a systems-based perspective).
  10. Conclusion/summary.
  11. References.

Additional Requirements

Your final paper must also meet the following requirements:

  • Number of pages: The body of the paper should be 15–20 pages, not including the title page, abstract, table of contents, or reference page.
  • Written communication: You must present accurate written communication that conveys the overall goals of the project and does not detract from the overall message.
  • Formatting: Use APA current edition formatting, including proper punctuation, double-spacing throughout, proper headings and subheadings, and page numbers. Please refer to the Writing Center’s APA Style and Format page for more information.
  • References and style: You should have a minimum of 10 references from books or peer-reviewed journals written within the past five years. Your references must adhere to APA current edition format to receive full credit.
 

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agency that provides certification or credentialing for healthcare professionals

  • Provide an example of an agency that accredits healthcare institutions and the types of requirements that must be met for accreditation.
  • Provide at least three examples of an organization or agency that provides certification or credentialing for healthcare professionals.  Include one of the examples as a specific type that is available for healthcare administrators/managers or health information management professionals.  Describe the requirements for each example.

NOTE: Use at least two scholarly references and cite using APA format.  Be sure to cite the reference to your state’s website resource on licensure of healthcare professionals.

 

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accreditation as they apply to healthcare professionals and organizations.

As a healthcare professional and manager, it is important to understand the distinction between licensure, certification, and accreditation in regard to healthcare professionals and healthcare institutions. Prepare a 3-4 page paper that describes licensure, certification and accreditation in the healthcare industry.  Include the following in your paper:

  • Define and distinguish between the terms licensure, certification, and accreditation as they apply to healthcare professionals and organizations. 
  • Describe at least 2 reasons why licensure, certification and accreditation are required in health care organizations.  
  • Research the requirements in your state or a state of your choice for licensure requirements for healthcare professionals besides the requirement for physicians and nurses to be licensed.  What other healthcare professionals need to be licensed to practice or perform the duties of their profession?  What does scope of practice mean?  Who determines this?
 

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The Importance Or Benefits Of Dietary Modification On Cardiovascular Disease.

Using his or her chosen topic, each student will write a paper consisting of at least 3 paragraphs addressing the Who? Which aspects? Where? When? How? Why you have selected this topic. 

Then share how the topic was narrowed down–ie what strategy was used to help narrow the chosen topic.  Would this strategy be useful in the future?  (Review the specific questions in the Discussion section under Contents)ce of dietary modification on cardiovascular disease.

 

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nursing in the future

 Nurses are the largest group (in numbers) in health care.  However, many of us are Baby-Boomers and are headed toward retirement.  How will this issue affect nursing in the future? 

 

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Health Insurance Portability and Accountability

 Discuss the challenges facing 

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability (HIPAA)  

 

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requirements for physical activities

The CDC recommends that children, aged 6-17, get at least 60 minutes of moderate intensity activity daily which includes aerobic, muscle strengthening, and bone strengthening at least 3 times per week. (CDC, 2018). This recommendation is actually doable, but I feel when not influenced by parents/caregivers and school officials, this is easy to be dismissed in this day of increased technology use and indoor activities.
Although it has been quite some time since I was in school, I do have recollections of being in 4th and 5th grade and having ample opportunities daily to run and play before school, after lunch and during daily physical education classes. However, as we advanced in grade, the requirements and opportunities to exercise during the school day became less and replaced by more academic requirements. When looking back on my high school years, I recall only limited requirements for physical activities, unless we were encouraged, or interested in participating in a sport. As a part of one of my PE classes, I joined the swim team where I learned techniques and competed for one semester. In recalling my children’s time in school, I find that they also suffered from minimal times and encouragement for physical activity. As they got older, in high school for example, they were only required to have a total of 2 years of physical education or other equivalent training/participation.
But, because we were already a pretty active family, my kids not only had a variety of activities throughout their school times/days, but also during the weekends, vacations, etc.
The decline of the school-based promotion and requirement for daily physical activity in children has the potential to not only harm the child, physically, but mentally, and academically. According to a study of the effects of classroom-based physical activity done by Donnelly and Lambourne, there is “increasing evidence for the association between physical activity, cardiovascular fitness, fatness , and cognitive function “. (Donnelly & Lambourne, 2011). One example of this was noted by the Action for Healthy Kids organization which strives to help communities, schools, and parents tools and tips to help increase physical activity in children. This organization helps in fundraising and providing grants to schools who are unable to financially support increased or basic activities in their schools. In a report from 2013, the Glen Acres Elementary School in Lafayette, Indiana, was given a $5000 grant to support a program that was initiated by a PE teacher seeking to help their kids an additional 15 minutes of activity per day. She started a project that provided for kids in all grades to begin their school day with a 15 minute light workout/stretching and sending them off to class with a positive affirmation and feeling better. The other teachers all noted improved academic performances during this trial period and she found that even the children were asking for the program and were disappointed on those days that the “Stretch & Go” program was not available. This as found to be a very beneficial program for them and I feel all schools could incorporate something similar in their daily curriculum.
Although many children today are involved in extra-curricular activities and are shuffled around by well-meaning parents, I feel this type of activity, although beneficial in the long run, may not create the type of life-long habits of being active that our children today need in an increasing sedentary world.

Thanks,

 

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REVIEW FOR END OF LIFE CARE

#35773 Topic: PROBLEM STATEMENT AND LIT REVIEW FOR END OF LIFE CARE 

Number of Pages: 2 (Double Spaced)

Number of sources: 5

Writing Style: APA

Type of document: Essay

Academic Level:Master

Category:   Nursing

Language Style: English (U.S.)

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