Subject: Health Information Management Technology
QUESTION: Define fraud and abuse. Recommend strategies that can be used to combat fraud and abuse in coding.
Activity “Name. take a nature walk__________________________
Curriculum Area __exploration plan on science
my teacher give us to choose activity to teach children about plan on science , and i chose this activity TAKE A NATURE WALK to children to teach them science plan
then my teacher ask me this question
1.How did you choose this activity? Be specific in describing the child/classroom observations that inspired this plan, including dates
2.Describe how you might adapt your plan to meet individual children’s special needs so all the children can participate
please can you help me how to answer it, thanks.
Professional groups enhance the practice of members through the following:
Healthcare associations work with government agencies and health organizations to regulate standards of risk management and to ensure the quality of services and patient safety.
How do external regulatory institutions support healthcare organizations to establish standards for managing risks, and what is the role of internal governance in fostering such relationships?
the affordable healthcare act What is the role of government in this policy?
1. Differentiate Parkinson disease to Alzheimer’s disease in terms of medication and nursing intervention.
2. List down different types of seizure and nursing management.
3. What is meningitis? Discuss nursing intervention for this condition.
4. What is Epilepsy? What causes a seizure?
Here in the healthcare class, give me details of following
Research the evolution of hospitals in the U.S. What has led to the expansion as well as the downsizing of hospitals across the U.S.? Do you believe that downsizing can be avoided based on the information you found in your research? Why or why not?
What are some placebo effects ?
What are your experiences and how do you express spirituality in your life?
1. Diseases, such as cancer and heart disease, are the greatest cause of death among young adults. True or False
2. The basic idea in using an ecological model is to look at the inner layers of a problem and work on solutions to those first. True or False
3. Of the major factors affecting health outcomes, which is the largest individual contributing factor
b. Genetics and health
c. Individual behavior
d. Social and environmental factors
4. What is it called when the brain deals with overload by simplifying and linking new information to what we already know?
A. Selective perception
5. Contrast effect is when we attribute our own characteristics to others. True or False
6. The SMOG provides an estimate of the number of college degrees needed to understand prose material. True or False
7. Which of the following is not identified as “clear and effective” written material by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services?
A. Attract the reader's attention
B. Make the reader feel respected and understood
c. moving the reader to action
D. tell them how to handle their healthcare
8. A person’s health is closely connected to the environment with natural conditions or biologic materials impacting a person’s health; disease occurs impersonally” is a definition of which of the following
C. Personalistic disease theory
D. naturalistic disease theory
9. Which of the following is a negative effect of poor health literacy?
A. Being less likely to immunize oneself
B. Participating in preventative healthcare
C. Having trouble accessing health insurance
D. Spend two days longer in the hospital
10. The uses and gratifications theory (UGT) considers why and how beliefs lead to the formation of attitudes. True or False
11. Self-efficacy is described as:
A. a sense of personal capability.
B. how your thoughts and your actions align.
C. beliefs about being at risk of a disease.
D.your ability to influence others to action.
12. Which approach is considered to offer few individual benefits but might yield collective population value
A. Social Marketing
C. Health communication
D. Community-based prevention marketing
13. The most important information should be at the beginning of the message True or False
14. If you are directing communications to a group based on general information about the demographic groups they belong to, you are:
15. Using data in health messaging is less effective for which group?
A. Individuals with low numeracy
B.Individuals with low levels of emotional involvement
C.Individuals less familiar with the topic or situation
D.Individuals whose position is supported by the data
16. Reach is the number of times you can get your message to your audience. True or False
17.According to recent data, which media source is considered the most powerful channel for quickly reaching a large number of people?
18. Settings include places where an audience goes to receive your message and places where the media reaches them, like radio and television programs and online environments. True or False
19. Primary data is data that you get from existing sources such as the local health department or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. True or False
20.Outcome evaluation documents how the program got started True or False
21. Written and visual communication and verbal messages are the primary vehicles of information exchange. True or False
22. In order to attain and sustain health behavior change, knowledge alone should be sufficient. True or False
23. The most common method businesses use to quantify the value of workplace health programs is through measuring their return on investment (ROI) True or False
24. Which piece of technology involves connecting employees with health professions using audio-visual capabilities?
A. Health apps
D. social media
Kelly is a 52-year-old Caucasian who had a hysterectomy at 46 because of profound endometriosis. Shortly after her surgery she began on estrogen replacement therapy. She has just recently discovered she has invasive ductal carcinoma of the breast. She is still considering her options. The initial TNM status is T2N4M1.
a. Explain the relationship between estrogen replacement therapy and the development of breast cancer.
b. Metastasis is a great concern. Discuss the common locations for metastasis of breast cancer and how the cancer spreads to each location.
Consider this scenario: The hospital administrators have chosen to include the smart card or implanted RFID in their plan for patient care delivery. However, your client base is resistant to the idea of using the smart card. In your discussion response, please address each of the following questions:
What does the MyPlate tool use to represent how much the average American should consume?
Adam is a software developer and single father of two teenage sons. He and his sons love to barbeque every weekend and often have cookoffs to determine who can grill the best steak. Though Adam has always known he is carrying a little too much weight, he’s never really had any health concerns. Within the last 6 months however, Adam has developed symptoms of fatigue, trouble breathing, and swollen ankles and feet. Today, his teenage son drove him to the emergency room when he fainted while watching his son’s football practice. In the ER, Adam is told that his BMI is 34.5, and his waist circumference is 42”. After treating his symptoms, the doctor tells Adam that he must lose weight to avoid worsening his condition and developing additional chronic diseases. Upon being discharged from the ER, Adam decides he must make drastic changes to improve his health. He has heard how healthy a vegan diet is and plans to strictly follow this diet starting today to lose weight quickly.