Category Archives: APA 6th edition

Referral List – Auburn University Montgomery

Assignment Directions:
  • Create a referral list of  services at the college or university where you completed your practicum.



  • The list should include a minimum of 20 services both on campus AND within the local area (e.g., local after-hours medical care, etc.) that can assist your department in meeting the needs of college students.
 
  • The list should include the 1) department/office name, 2) full contact information (i.e., phone, e-mail, website,  physical address, etc.), and 3) a brief description (1-3 sentences) of services for at least 20 resources.



  • Please use Times New Roman, 12 point font.



  • The list should be well-organized  and easy for students to locate information.

Stakeholder Approach to Business, Society and Ethics

Our text encourages the analysis of an organization’s overall environment. Can you identify and discuss a company example of environmental analysis that was done well or poorly? Why was the environmental analysis in your example important to this company’s success? Class, what is your conclusion about the role of environmental & competitive intelligence in corporate decision-making and strategic planning?

Case Study: Practice Fusion

Case Study Instructions:
1. Read Article Practice Fusion
2. Write APA format and Answer all Individual Assignment questions thoroughly and following the rubric.
3. Find 3 creditable outside source to support your answers to the individual assignment questions


 PracticeFusion

Thiscase examines the rapid growth of EHR systems in the United States from 2009 to2014. The case discusses the challenges associated with adopting an EHR system(also referred to as an electronic medicalrecord [EMR] system)from the standpoint of healthcare providers, both large and small. It also examines the benefits of EHRsystems for health care providers,patients, insurance companies, pharmaceutical companies, and our society. Inaddition, the case explores how Practice Fusion can best grow its revenue considering slowing EHR adoptionamong physicians.

Case Study Objectives

1.      To understand the benefits of electronic healthrecords for a variety of key stakeholders.

2.       To understand how government incentives, especially the 2009 Health Information Technology for Economicand Clinical Health(HITECH) Act, impactedthe adoption of EHR systemsamong U.S.-based providers.

3.       To learnwhy the interoperability of EHR systemsis so limited.

4.      To determine how Practice Fusion can continueto grow its revenue in the face of slowedEHR adoption.

Materials Required

      Practice Fusion

Supplemental Readings

       George Palma,Electronic Health Records:The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Beckers HealthIT and CIO Review, September 17, 2015, https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/healthcare-information-technology/electronic- health-records-the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly.html

       FredOConnor, Health IT Early Adopters Examining Big Data, Network World, 14-15,Retrieved from https://csu- eastbay.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/01CALS_UHL/on8gvj/cdi_proquest_reports_1349229165

       MelindaBeck, AMA Urges Overhaul of Electronic Medical Records, Wall Street Journal,September 16, 2014, https://www.wsj.com/articles/ama-urges-overhaul-of-electronic-records-1410840063

       BernardMarr, How Big Data is Changing Healthcare, Forbes, April 21, 2015, https://www.forbes.com/sites/bernardmarr/2015/04/21/how-big-data-is-changing- healthcare/?sh=6b0a67492873

Individual Assignment:

1.       What are the main functions and uses of an electronic health record (EHR) system and the data capture by the system?What value can the system and data add in

a.       an individual practice,

b.      a large practicegroup,

c.      a hospital, and

d.      an integrated healthplan such as Kaiser Permanente or the VeteransAdministration?

2.      How did the incentives for the adoptionof EHR systems vary by the following buyer types:

a.      individual physicians;

b.      large physician practicegroups;

c.      private hospitals;

d.      major academic hospitals (e.g., Stanford Hospital); and

e.      integrated health care systems such as Kaiser Permanente or the VeteransAdministration?


3.       As of 2014, why was the interoperability of EHR systemsso limited? Who would benefitfrom increased interoperability, and who would suffer?

4.       When launching Practice Fusions firstproduct in 2007, should Howardhave focused on selling to:

a.      large physician groups and managedcare organizations containing hundreds of physicians; OR

b.      individual and small physician practices?

5.       Howcan Practice Fusion best monetize its data business? What are three to fivehigh value potential uses you can envisionfor Practice Fusions data?

6.       Nearthe end of 2014, as Practice Fusions adoption among physicians slowed, so didits main revenue sources. Howshould Practice Fusion continue its rapid growth? From a strategic standpoint,should Practice Fusion acquireRingadoc? Why or why not? Are there other strategic moves or growth initiativesyou would recommend beyond what PracticeFusion was already considering?

CASE STUDY

Case Study 2 – 15%

Review your notes, the chapters, read the article and answer these questions:

  1. What are some of the ways in which clients see value?
  2. What is the difference between absolute and perceived value?
  3. What is the difference between Intrinsic and Associated value?
  4. What are some ways to enhance customer perception of value?

  • Please put your .doc .docx or .txt document (PDF -5%) into the Turnitin box below
  • Students must sign the “Learning Contract” in week 1 to receive marks
  • Only assignments uploaded to Turnitin will be marked

You must write your own answers – All papers will be screened for plagiarism. PLEASE PUT YOUR DOCXX  IN pdF

 

  • You must write the assignment using your own words and using your own original thinking or analysis.
  • If you use any secondary sources (work published by an author on websites, or in books, journals or magazines) they should be there to support your own original words and thoughts, not to replace them  
  • If you use secondary sources you must use the 3-step process of citation:

 

1) put quotation marks (  ) around the text that is from another source

 

2) put in-text references in brackets following the citation and using the APA citation style

 

3) put a Reference List at the end of your assignment giving a detailed and alphabetized description of your secondary sources listed according to APA style requirements

Quality of available food sources Sustainability Methods

Sustainability Methods

  • Consider how your group will be structured and organized, including how responsibilities will be divided among the group members. 
  • Research common structures and their characteristics.
  • Consider the makeup of your group.
  • Research sustainability methods for your group. How are you going to maintain the initial momentum and continuity of the group and its mission?
  • Write a 1.5- to 2-page summary of your findings. 

Contract Scenario

Instructions
Contract Scenario
Calvin had been an avid coin collector for many years, and the most valuable coin in his collection was an uncirculated, mint condition, 1943 Lincoln penny made of copper (most pennies made during World War II were made of zinc because copper was needed in the war effort). That penny had a value of between $60,000 and $95,000.
In August of 2017, Calvin had a serious stroke that left him unable to speak or walk, but his doctor assured his family that Calvin would recover over time with intensive therapy.
Calvin was a widower and did not have any children, but he had several nephews who visited him from time to time as he recovered. None of the nephews had any real interest in Calvins coin collection. One of Calvins nephews, Billy, who visited Calvin more often than the other nephews, sometimes listened to Calvin talk (talking was a part of Calvins therapy) about his mounting medical bills and his coin collection, but Billy never showed much interest in the medical bills or the coin collection.
In October, as Calvins recovery progressed slowly, Billy visited Calvin and told Calvin that he had been reading about coin collecting, and he realized that Calvins collection, especially the 1943 Lincoln copper penny, was valuable, and Billy suggested that Calvin should consider selling the 1943 Lincoln copper penny and use the proceeds to pay his medical bills. Calvin resisted the idea at first, but Billy continued to urge Calvin to sell the penny so that he would not have to worry about the medical bills. Finally, when Billy told Calvin that he would arrange the sale of the penny for a commission of just 5% of the sale price of the penny, Calvin began to think that selling the coin might be a good idea. He was still a little confused about how the sale would work and what Billy would do to make sure that the penny would be sold for the best price. Calvin told Billy that he thought that the penny was worth almost $100,000, but Billy assured Calvin that the market had changed recently, and that the penny was now worth $40,000 to $45,000. Eventually, Calvin allowed Billy to sell the penny for the best price he could get and to take a 5% commission for arranging the sale of the penny. Billy then sold the penny to a friend for $40,000, took his 5% commission, and paid the remainder of the sale price to Calvin.
A few months later, as Calvin continued to recover, he read a story in a coin collecting magazine about how an uncirculated, mint condition, 1943 Lincoln penny made of copper had just sold at auction for more than $100,000, and Calvin began to wonder if Billy had taken advantage of him. Calvin consulted a lawyer and asked the two questions below.
  • Did he (Calvin) have the mental capacity to enter into the contract when he agreed to let Billy sell the penny? What would he (Calvin) have to prove to show a court that he did not have the necessary mental capacity when he authorized Billy to sell the penny?
  • Did Billy exert undue influence over Calvin to cause Calvin to enter into the contract that allowed Billy to sell the penny?
What do you think? Does Calvin have a case to set aside the contract with Billy on either of these theories?
Your case study should be at least two pages in length and include at least two outside sources. Be sure to use APA formatting for all citations and references.

Write a 1-2-page paper in APA (2020) format, create a thesis statement relative to health financial management, and answer the research question above. Include a cover page, a reference page, three peer-reviewed references, and use the textbook

Write a 1-2-page paper in APA (2020) format, create a thesis statement relative to health financial management, and answer the research question above.  Include a cover page, a reference page, three peer-reviewed references, and use the textbook

PARTICIPATION #6–Great Depression

***** IF ANY CONCERNS PLEASE MESSAGES ME ASAP

The Great Depression was the worst economic downturn in the history of the industrialized world. In the United States, the beginning of the economic crisis was marked by the stock market crash of October 1929 and continued through the nation’s transition to a wartime economy in the build-up to America’s participation in the Second World War. In the initial years of the depression, consumer spending and investment dropped, causing steep declines in industrial output and employment as failing companies laid-off workers. By 1933, when the Great Depression reached its lowest point, the American economy had shrunk by one-third, industrial production had decreased nearly 50%, farm income had declined by 56% (over a million farmers had lost their homes), 40% of the country’s banks had failed (nine million savings accounts had been wiped out), real wages fell 60%, and 13 million Americans (25.2% of the workforce) were unemployed.

Before responding to this class participation assignment:

  • Please watch the Intelecom video–The Unfinished Nation: Hard Times https://fod.infobase.com/OnDemandEmbed.aspx?lti=1&token=71440&wID=96888&loid=0&w=865&h=648

For this week’s participation assignment, please respond to the following questions:

  1. Using specific examples, identify the weaknesses in the American economy before the Great Crash of 1929.  In your response, please explain whether or not the pro-business policies of Presidents Harding and Coolidge contributed to the worsening of economic conditions by 1929. 
  2. What specific policies did President Herbert Hoover adopt to reverse the economic downturn?  In your opinion, why were those policies insufficient in resolving the task at hand?