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    Case Study I-4 Supporting mobile Health Clinics: The Children’s Health Fund of New York City “Children’s Health Fund is committed to providing health care to the children who need it most” (Children’s Health Fund, 2013, p. 1). The mobile clinics main objective is to provide medical, mental, and oral health services to children in communities where these services are needed who cannot afford medical treatments. Another attribute of the mobile clinic is the preventative services and health care management offered to families to avoid emergency rooms. The mobile health clinic also provides their services in emergency situations, such as when hurricane Katrina hit Louisiana. In order to provide these services to the communities, information…

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    Free Clinic Proposal

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    of opening a free clinic for all is a great one. It is an opportunity not only to avail the needy but additionally to give back to the society. It is a noble conception that is faced with sundry challenges, but the overall benefits are worth the trouble. According to the Goldin and Hanson (18), establishing a free clinic requires several resources such as capital, business plan, primary care practitioners, specialist medicos and dentists, competent non-medical volunteers among other resources.…

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    appeals and they determine whether or not a text is successful at getting the reader to see the main point. The Free Medical Clinic’s website is there to inform both potential volunteers and patients about how the clinic runs, the services provided, and opportunities that can be obtained at the clinic. The website uses many rhetorical appeals to get this point across, but it mainly uses style, pathos, and ethos to do so. Style is an identifying factor in writing; each person has their own…

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    Mayo Clinic Essay

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    EVALUATION OF THE MAYO CLINIC Impact on Growth The Mayo Clinic is the first and largest integrated, not for profit medical group practice in the United States (Rahul Kashyap, 2016). It was founded in Rochester, Minnesota, but today has expanded to six states, with five schools, and about 59,500 employees (Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research, 2015). The hospital have an enterprise revenue of 9.8 billion dollars annually, which is reinvest on research according with Mayo Clinic…

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    poverty level land there are not enough free clinics for the people to receive check ups (Larrick, Ohio Poverty Report 2016). Especially for women, because 11% of women in Ohio are uninsured and there are a limited amount of free clinics (Health Care for Women, Department of Government Affairs). Therefore, the Government needs to provide funding, so that there can be more free clinics for women that are in families that earn low income between 32,000 to 48,000 within 50 miles of where they…

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    The Cleveland Clinic Case

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    The Cleveland Clinic, established in 1921, is a non-profit, multispecialty academic medical center that integrates clinical and hospital care with research facilities and educational facilities. (cchs.org) The finance department employs approximately eight hundred of the forty-nine thousand Cleveland Clinic employees, and being the human resource specialist for such a large department can be a challenge. The two parts of the human resource department being focused on are the advocacy and the…

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    Case Study La Clinic Ole

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    As a lifelong resident of the Napa Valley I have always admired Clinic OLE'S dedication to the community. For many of us in the community "La Clinica Ole" was the only medical resource available, not only for its affordability, but also from a cultural/language comfort aspect. The doctors and staff were the only ones that offered the community a safe place where they could be cared for. It has been wonderful to witness how Clinic Ole has developed over the years, from a small traveling…

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    SAYRE, P.A. (WENY) - If you're a patient of the Guthrie healthcare system, you will now have access to some of the nation's top doctors outside the Twin Tiers. Tuesday morning, Guthrie announced it is now a part of a national network of health care providers and researchers in the Mayo Clinic Care Network, which based out of Rochester, Minnesota. The care network allows physicians from across the country to work with each other to find the best possible treatment and care for patients. "After…

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    (JPS), have had one or more visits to JPS clinic in past year, and not up to date with their colorectal cancer screening. The exclusions are any patients who have had colorectal cancer or colon resection, or anyone who has been incarcerated (Evidence-Based Colorectal Cancer Screening for the Uninsured, n.d.). Defining a population of study, I feel will depend on the acuity of the patient. There are many patients living on life support, patients who struggle to breath everyday with chronic…

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    past few years, the rising cost of business has made a large impact on the Bammel Health System. Revenue cannot keep up with the increasing costs of expenses. To tackle this ongoing issue, the Public Health Trust, which governs this accredited, tax-assisted, tertiary teaching facility, will examination of certain programs to determine their viability to meet the financial goals set forth by this well established and stellar institution. To help meet the financial responsibilities, we will…

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