Analyze the points at which information is collected during an in-patient encounter
Answer each bullet question with only 3-4 sentences singled spaced (not paragraphs).
(Each bullet needs 1-2 references)
- Analyze the points at which information is collected during an in-patient encounter, determine the most likely point (or points) at which mistakes in that collect could occur, and recommend steps to avoid the mistake you identified.
- Predict ways that the collection of patient information will become more efficient, expansive, and accurate during the next 20 years. Provide specific examples to support your response.
- Create a very brief scenario (1-2 sentences) in which specific information should be collected. Determine which two of the eight types of health care information would be most useful, and discuss how those types of information would be used
- From your own Internet research, find a report card for one or more local hospitals in Georgia. Discuss how you would use the information you found on the report card if you or a family member needed health care. Describe the effect these types of Websites have on the health care providers. Provide specific examples to support your response.
- Explain two to three roles that modern government plays in the lives of American citizens. Then, determine at least two benefits and two limitations of the power of the U.S. government in affecting the day-to-day lives of its citizens.
- Indicate two or three of your personal rights that are protected by the Constitution. Support your arguments with sound logic and specific examples.