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    The health information exchanges are very significant in the modern healthcare systems. The health information exchanges (HIE) allow the movement of clinical information in disparate information systems in the different locations. The HIE also ensures that the information that is transmitted is still relevant in meaning. HIE is very critical in ensuring that there is faster access to health information, and quality services are also provided to the patients. It is evident that the HIE holds the future of efficiency in healthcare systems. The HIE allows the doctors to access the patient health information, and this enables quality decision-making. For example, through the help of the HIE, the doctor can easily avoid making a prescription that is allergic to the patient. The implementation of HIE in a state is not an easy process. It is a process that takes a multidisciplinary approach where different players come together for a common course. The paper lays an explicit focus on the efforts that are being made to implement the HIE in Pennsylvania state. HIE implementation in PA From 2009, the state of Pennsylvania has made a lot of efforts to implement the HIE. The state sought the funding from the federal government in 2009, and the government released funding to the office of national coordinator. After 2009, the state of Pennsylvania has been seeking partnership with other players in the market so as to ensure that the efforts towards HIE implementation are well coordinated…

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    the spotlight that fell from the artificial night sky constellation that almost hit him. Thus, this alerts Truman to noticing something else out of the ordinary, which prompts him to act abnormal. To say the least, Truman, compared to the others, is always on his toes. Those around him act like nothing is wrong while Truman continues to rage. This brings us to the claim dealing with simulation versus simulacrum. Simulation is defined as “the action or practice of simulating, with an intent to…

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    Ed Gein Biography

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    Theodore Gein know as Ed Gein. He is infamous for skinning corpses and inspired movies like Psycho and Texas chainsaw massacre. But he is known as notorious killer and grave robber. In my research I would include a brief summary of his biography, profiling, theories of criminology and theory of victimization and explain all the necessary key points toward this assignment. Brief Biography He was born on “August 27, 1906 in La Crosse, Wisconsin. The son of a timid alcoholic father and a…

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    “With Plan for Greenpoint Hospital, Neighbors May Finally Get Their Way” The Greenpoint Hospital was a major landmark of northern Brooklyn while it operated from 1914 to 1982. The hospital served residents living in a community built around industry and considered a rawer area of the city. As the hospital aged, its facilities declined and the level of care which could be provided for patients degraded to the point that the hospital was closed as the Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center…

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    Kindergartners Reflection

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    Some of the kindergartners asked me to share the titles with you. Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus by Mo Willems was a favorite! There are several other titles in the “pigeon” series. If you haven’t already heard, ask your child about the silly pigeon! They also enjoyed, Go Away Big Green Monster by Ed Emberley. Tomorrow, we will read another book by Ed Emberley called, Good Night Little Monster. We will compare the similarities and differences between the two Ed Emberley books, and the…

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    Reply Reply All Forward Move Delete Close Previous Item Next Item Close Christian Laskie Plato's Cave Paper Christian Laskie [christian.laskie@apps.schoolcraft.edu] Sent: Thursday, March 02, 2017 4:06 PM To: Jesse Mileo Christian Laskie Professor Mileo Philosophy February 1, 2017 Plato’s Cave and The Truman Show Have you ever questioned your reality and if anything is beyond it? This is a question humans often struggle with because it questions whether or not we are actually free…

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    Truman is better off making the choice to leave the constructed reality because he deserves a life just like any other human being. Christof taking Truman when he was a baby and putting him in this constructed reality was cruel and out of his decision. At the end when Christof was trying to persuade Truman to stay at his constructed reality he made it seem as a utopia place when in reality it isn’t because his whole life was a lie. Christof would have done anything to keep Truman in that…

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    The Truman Show is a dystopia because of the morally wrong intentions and the control over a person’s life. How would you feel if you lived thirty years in a fake life? This is a reality for one man. Truman is living in a tv show surrounded by actors. He is the only one left in the dark about his fake life. Truman has a wife and a normal job. He has a best friend and dreams for the future. Truman is an ordinary man, the only difference is his life has been broadcasted since he was born. This…

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    The search for the real world is never fulfilled until it has been experienced by the individual. The modification in the surrounding and the environment one is born into is never easy to change because they are more comfortable in that situation. Similar scenarios have been depicted in Allegory of the cave and The Truman show. Allegory of the cave is a theory of Plato, who is a well-known philosopher in human perception. The theory talks about the disputable idea which many do not understand.…

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    was shot before she was mutilated by Gein. While searching Gein’s house investigators discovered numerous body parts Gein had mutilated and made into lamps and other furniture. Mary Hogan’s head was found in a paper bag, she too went missing but a few years back and no one could find her. She owned a little bar in Plainfield and was a loud mouth according to sources. Along with finding her head, investigators found that some bowls were made out of human skulls, organs in refrigerators, and nine…

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