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    What do I mean by this? According to The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) 2013 Occupational Outlook Handbook, the field of medical records and health information technicians (which includes medical billers and coders) is expected to increase by 21% between 2010 and 2020. The BLS has also pointed to this industry as having a faster growth rate on average than all other occupations, with an expected increase of approximately 37,700 employed in this exciting field by 2020. Additionally, “with the increase in the nation’s aging population, along with the implementation of ICD-10 in 2014, there is and will continue to be an added demand for medical billing and coding professionals to assist the provider community with the increase in patient encounters and medical chart reviews that will require the services of these highly trained professionals…

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    The Great Gatsby Title Analysis

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    facetiously as Fitzgerald continuously reveals more and more weakness within Gatsby. At first glance, Gatsby is portrayed as glamorous and magnificent. The reader himself learns to appreciate this man who is the classic example of an American hero- someone who has worked his way up the social and economic ladder. He is a man who has completely invented his own, new, inflated image. Throughout the novel, this glorified facade is slowly peeled away. Gatsby eventually gets killed in pursuit…

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    some is done manually and describes what details are included on a calendar event. The book includes the importance of calendaring events as soon as they are discovered, and the importance of setting periodic reminders of crucial dates through a tickler system. The calendaring system used by asset forfeiture unit in the DA’s office is done by two a computer programs. Damion is a master case tracker/calendar system that tracks a cases status for every case brought to the DA’s…

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    Hipter Culture

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    appreciates what previous generations did not (Taylor, 2014; Schiermer, 2014). Urban Dictionary informs that, by a contributor by the alias of Trey Parasuco (2006), the modern hipster is defined as a subculture of men and women in their 20’s to 30’s who value independent thinking, counter-culture, progressive politics. They also appreciate the art of indie-rock and exploit creativity, intelligence, and witty banter (Parasuco, 2006). Lauren Alfrey (2008) contributes to Parasuco’s (2006)…

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    Exercise Science is Occupational Therapy. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Occupational Therapists treat injured, ill or disabled patients through the therapeutic use of everyday activities. This specific type of therapy began to slowly surface around the 17000’s. This was during the time where mentally ill were treated horribly and were dangerous to civilization. Two men, William Tuke and Phillipe Pinel began to change the way mentally ill people were…

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    Public Health Career Paper

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    The following public health career has been chosen for this assignment: occupational health and safety specialists. According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook published by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (2014), “occupational health and safety specialists analyze many types of work environments and work procedures.” These public health workers check workplaces to ensure that regulations regarding the health and safety of workers are being maintained, as well as the environment. In true…

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    Occupational therapists treat the ill and disabled through therapeutic use of everyday activities. They work to develop, improve, and recover skills necessary for the patient’s daily living. Important qualities for an occupational therapist include compassion, communication skills, writing skills, creativity, flexibility, and patience. A therapist must be able to communication through both speech and writing in order to properly execute treatment, as well as explain the treatment to the patient…

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    Early Intervention Report

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    allows students to become better communicators as well as break down social limitations. This is why ABA therapy is so helpful for people who suffer from autism. The next major therapy that is used to help people who suffer from autism is occupational therapy. Occupational therapy is a therapy that “helps individuals with various disabilities achieve functional participation in activities of daily living. (2008)” These activities can range from getting dressed in the morning to writing words.…

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    featured in their newsletter, so all the doctors and other health professionals are informed on how to effectively manage lymphedema. The following details will be included in the letter to the editor: the pathophysiology of lymphedema, statistical data of lymphedema, causes of lymphedema, the role of the occupational therapist in lymphedema management, and why it is important to maintain normal limb to promote quality of life and increase participation in…

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    1. This observations takes place in the gym of LifeSteps between a Garrett and the Occupational Therapist (OT). Garrett is a 13-year-old boy who has been diagnosed with ADHD and anger problems. The OT and Garrett were sitting on the swing talking about how Garrett’s day at school was. He began by saying that he did not have a good day because of another kid named Chris. Garrett said that Chris was very annoying and that he didn’t like Chris at all. Garrett also stated that no one in the class…

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