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    In the text, “Medical Technology and Ethical Issues” by William E. Thompson and Joseph V. Hickey, the advantages and disadvantages and the ethical implications of the growing use of technology in the medical field is discussed. The authors focus on a new and advanced piece of technology, a system known as RIP. The system is a specialized computer program that is widely available in emergency rooms. Once a patient arrives in the emergency room, personal data is entered into the computer. Then,…

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    the regions marketplace thus, increasing also the productivity of the Salesforce and increasing the number of sales that the company generate. The Decision Criteria for the Alternative course of action that could be implemented for the Medical Imaging Technologies: Decision Criteria of the Alternative course of action that will be designated to its financial cost which focuses on the question of “will it be costly?” and “will the cost of the firm be worth it?” for the action. Next is the long…

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    in order to run a successful health care facility. With having a team of many different professional and one should take into consideration that there are some responsibilities and necessities in order to carry out a business in this field. A new technology systems have been in full effect that can keep patients personal information in order and make it easier for staff to keep things up to date. The system is also used to keep things visual for staff when it comes to making sure their…

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    the use for technology is different aspects of our lives. We use technology in our personal life, as well as for our careers. Most industries use technology as a way to run their business in a professional and proficient manner. Today I researched on what impact technology has for Medical Coding and Billing. Medical billing process has changed a lot over the years. Before, billing was a laborious procedure and bills had to be submitted through email. Whereas, today's technology advancement…

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    rational decisions in a stressful situation, they need extra help as well. The RIP system can be helpful for doctors while making the tough call. In the selection, “Medical Technology and Ethical Issues” by William E. Thompson and Joseph V. Hickey, the authors discuss the sociological and ethical issues related to medical technology. Although, the…

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    There are many different ways medical technology has progressed over the last one hundred years in Canada. The discovery of insulin helped doctors save many lives. The invention of the electron microscope changed the way scientists were able to view many different things including very small organisms. The invention of the external pacemaker saved many lives back in 1950, one of the inventors needed his own invention to save his life for some time. The discovery of the Cystic Fibrosis also…

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    There are branches inside the Medical Technology that people can specialize on. Hematology is related to analysis of blood. Microbiology is to find the bacteria in wounds. Microbiologists in Medical Technology decides what antibiotics to use for what case. Blood banking is the transfusion of blood. For instance, Carter Blood Care. When people get into accidents, they have…

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    its operations, technologies and human capital to ensure quality, competitiveness and ensure patient safety. Therefore, healthcare must adopt new and improved methods, technology and equipment to advance within their field. Healthcare systems have not been receptive to new technology and therefore have received products and services that were pushed onto them by the industry but new medical devices takes an average of 17 years for only 14% of the discoveries in medical technology…

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    Medical Technology and the Drama Within The reading “Medical Technology and Ethical Issues” by William E. Thompson and Joseph V Hickey brings to light an ongoing controversy, and ethical dilemma with medical technological advancement. The authors started this article with a dramatic entrance of an ambulance skidding to a halt in front of the emergency room. The sense of urgency continues with staff persons entering data into a machine for patient medical decisions. This is where it got my…

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    October 2017 Does Technology Help or Hinder Our Society? Does technology help or hinder our society? Some people may say that it helps, others may say that it hinders, but technology is everywhere in our everyday lives. Wherever you go, technology is there. Some people choose to accept technology, and others choose not to believe in it. Which is okay, but it’s everywhere, so people might as well get used to it. It’s in schools, cars, houses, pockets, and businesses. Technology can help our…

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