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  • The Pros And Cons Of Professional Liability Insurance

    In all 50 states, it is a requirement for medical professionals such as APNs to carry liability insurance. This requirement is linked your licensure and approval is not granted without proof of coverage and attestation of the intent to remain insured (Nebraska Department of Health and Human Serives, 2014) (State of Connecticut, 2014). In all situations, the best offense is a prepared defense…

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  • Essay On Nursing Field

    The Nursing field give people many opportunities to care and work with sick patients. With the nursing major, I am seeking to work in a hospital and soon get my license to work in the baby’s nursey room. Growing up, I always wanted to be a detective or in the criminal justice filed. Well, my gran-mother starting going in and out of the hospital and having surgery. When I went with my gran-mother to one of her visits before her surgery, I began to watch everything the nurses did to her as well as…

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  • Nurse Case Manager Characteristics

    Registered Nurse’s have opportunities to become specialized in many different areas throughout their careers. A nurse case manager is a specialty that is available to registered nurses with correct licensure and certification. Nurse case manager’s are directly involved with patient care as well as holding a leadership position in their work environment. Nurse case manager’s are the glue for the overall patient care and are responsible for updating all patient files/cases to ensure that all…

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  • Counseling: A Rewarding Degree

    Counseling is a rewarding career path to choose. Counseling allows for an understanding of human behavior, emotions, and thinking. It is a great opportunity for individuals to discover support in a safe, nurturing environment. This journey is an on-going as the knowledge to gain is always changing. I address the numerous reasons I am seeking this counseling degree, characteristics of a counselor, application of characteristics in the field, transferable skills, and overall goals in the…

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  • Nursing Profession: The Role Of Nursing In Hawaii And Kansas

    that will be taken for nurses not adhering to state laws or for those who make any violations. It is the expectation of registered nurses in both of these states to comply. Some of these violations in the state of Hawaii include revocation of licensure or fines that range from $100 to $1000 per violation (Hawaii Board of Nursing, n.d.). By following the guidelines of the nurse practice act, the nurse can ensure that she or he does no harm, that the best clinical decision is being made, and…

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  • Challenges In Healthcare Accreditation

    When it comes to accreditation the first thing in most healthcare workers that comes to mind is The Joint Commission (JCO) formerly knew as The Joint Commission on Accreditation Organizations (JCAHO). Accreditation is very important to the healthcare community in a sense of how they are looked at as an organization. In this paper I will discuss the overall view of Accreditation programs in the healthcare organization, the purpose of accreditation, differences types of accreditation and the…

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  • Telemedicine Research Paper

    technology into daily operations. There are several legal and ethical issues pertaining to telemedicine to include state licensure, malpractice, and reimbursement. States may require some form of licensure or assurance of minimum technological standard. For example, states may issue a minimum-security requirement to protect patient privacy and information. Physicians are also required licensure to physically practice medicine in each state. Practitioners who want to practice telemedicine should…

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  • Rnp Case Study

    certification and clinical training, and serves as primary care provider in three important categories such as Nurse Practitioner, Certified Nurse Midwife, and Certified Nurse Anesthetist. In addition, the Florida Nurse Practice Act provides for licensure of Clinical Nurse Specialists as another type of ARNP. However, in Florida Law some berries are preventing NPs to practice the full extent of education, training and experience (Pohl, Hanson, Newland & Cronenwett, 2010). In my opinion regard to…

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  • Statement Of Purpose For A Bachelor Of Science Degree In Nursing

    I have known since I was young that I needed to have a career in the medical field. I was and still am fascinated by the human body, I enjoyed helping others, and there seemed to be something different to see everyday. The same still applies today but, I have one more reason for wanting to pursue a bachelor’s of science degree in nursing: I want to be able to provide the type of care that has been given to myself and my family time and time again. In the last decade, we have had our fair share…

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  • Registered Nurse Competencies Paper

    Competencies The Clinical Informatics Registered Nurse (CI) responsible for the implementation of the tele-psychiatry program should demonstrate Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) graduate-level competencies to assure a successful implementation that improves quality and safety. The QSEN graduate-level competencies were developed to assure graduate-level nurses are able to demonstrate the skills and attitudes required to improve quality and safety in their workplace. In 2012, the…

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