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Tanning Beds Should Be Banned
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...Beds and Its Benefits There are numerous reasons that explain individuals bothering with the tanning beds. Part of which is the privacy. There is no assembling around in a bathing suit whereas the skin is still pale as a result of the cold winters that are long. The long extremely cold winter provide an added benefit of utilizing tanning beds as they last all through the year despite the weather. As most individuals seem to be better with a little coloring on the cheeks, tanning beds are a fantastic advantage. Unlike the direct sunlight, majority of the tanning beds presently encompass a controlled, prescribed amount of ultraviolet rays and the measure given is spread out over numerous... Tanning Beds...
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Skin Cancer: Are Tanning Beds a Safer Alternative
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...Beds a Safer Alternative Skin cancer is the most common disease that is reported in America. According to the research 1 0f 3 people are suffering in skin cancer. Skin cancer is the growth of skin from different reasons and different amount of malignancy. I have collected all this information through research. There are most common three skin cancers are reported in America that is basal cell cancer, squamous cell cancer, and melanoma. It is the most common type of cancer which is increasing in 15 to 34 age groups. Dermatologists and skin specialists have told that tanning bed or sun lamps and direct exposure to the sun is the main cause of skin cancer and people have... ? No: Skin Cancer: Are Tanning...
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Picot Question In Hospital Patients
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...beds, dry visco-elasticpolymer bed, and the standard beds for the patients with limited mobility especially with regard to pressure ulcers. The foam outlays on the specialty tables reduce the vulnerability to pressure ulcers compared to the standard beds, which lack such comfort. The specialty bed also has a visco-elastic polymer foam mattress, which absorbs energy hence preventing pressure ulcer as compared to the standard beds. The specialty beds provide extra relief through the use of technology in the creation of dynamic surfaces. This accommodates the patients who have limited mobility hence... ? Picot Question In Hospital Patients Introduction There is a big difference between the use of specialty...
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...Beds) and number of bathrooms (Baths). The data is located in CONNECT Chapter 12, labeled Arlington_Homes. A. Load the data on SPSS Price Sq.ft. Beds Baths 840000.0 2768.0 4 3.5 822000.0 2500.0 4 2.5 713000.0 2400.0 3 3.0 689000.0 2200.0 3 2.5 685000.0 2716.0 3 3.5 645000.0 2524.0 3 2.0 625000.0 2732.0 4 2.5 620000.0 2436.0 4 3.5 587500.0 2100.0 3 1.5 585000.0 1947.0 3 1.5 583000.0 2224.0 3 2.5 569000.0 3262.0 4 2.0 546000.0 1792.0 3... GB 213 SPSS Regression Project _______________ You will examine the factors that influence the price of a house in Arlington, Massachusetts. Data on recent house sales (Price) are associated with square footage (Sqft) as well as number of bedrooms...
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Emergincy Practise
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...Beds By Hospital 1). Out of these 40 hospitals, 5 are owned by government at different levels including federal and state level government and the rest of the 35 are privately owned (Illinois Hospitals By Ownership 1). The privately owned hospitals are distributed within the ownership of for and not for profit organizations. The total capacity or the availability of beds of the 40 hospitals of the region of Chicago is 10,042 beds (Illinois Hospitals Authorized Beds By Hospital 1). The following chart provides information regarding the total capacity of each of these hospitals: Name... Emergency Practice Hospitals There are a total of 40 hospitals in the region of Chicago (Illinois Hospitals Authorized...
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PICOT question, where to search
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...beds in health care facilities precipitate holding of such patients awaiting for availability of a vacant bed. Implementing The implementation of telemedicine psychiatric services in these healthcare institutions will have an imperative effect on such patients. Due to limited Emergency Room beds in healthcare facilities, the respective... Behavioral health patients with suicidal or homicidal thoughts al affiliation Behavioral health patients with suicidal or homicidal thoughts Question 1 Problem There has been a rising concern about behavioral patients with homicidal or suicidal thoughts being held in Emergency Rooms as a result of limited health care facilities. For instance, the lack of open beds in h...
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Shouldice HospitalA Cut Above
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...beds. A total of 90 beds multiplied by seven days makes their available bed days to be 630 in a week. However, Shouldice Hospital is currently using 450 of the total 630 bed days. This means that the bed utilization rate for Shouldice Hospital is 71.4%. This is a good utilization rate. However, changes can be made in Shouldice Hospital to increase its capacity and manage to keep up with the pace... of expected demand. In order to increase its capacity, Shouldice Hospital can add a total of 30 operations on Saturday. By doing this, the number of operations would be increased from 150 to 180. However, the number of beds staying at 90 would mean that Shouldice Hospital’s...
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As a health care administrator, it is important to be able to apply risk management strategies in your organization to prevent o
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...Bed Safety In 1998, Oakpointe Villa Nursing Centre was sued for negligence in the case of Bryant v Oakpointe Villa Nursing Centre. This negligence case led to a series of cases and appeals until it finally ended in the Supreme Court of Michigan in 2004, with final damages paid out in the amount of $359,000 (Himmelspach, 2006). The negligence behind this case was simply that a resident with multi-infarct demetia tangled in her bedrail and died of asphyxiation. (Bryant v. Oakpointe Villa Nursing Centre). A nursing home is liable for accidents to residents on its property, even if, as in the case of Bryant v. Oakpointe Villa Nursing Centre, previous steps have been taken to protect them... ? Patient Bed...
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Should Tanning Salon Employees Be Regulated on How Much They Tan
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...Beds One of the biggest reasons for this discussion is that tanning beds are extremely dangerous. Just some of the risks include skin cancer (including malignant melanoma), cataracts, immune system suppression and early signs of skin aging... 4TH JUNE Should Tanning Salon Employees Be Regulated On How Much They Tan? To have a healthy glow is one of the most consistent fashions of recent years, with everyone hoping to get a tan before they go away or before the summer comes. However, sunless tanning has become increasingly popular, particularly sunbeds which have a huge number of dangers associated with them, including skin cancer. Those that work in the tanning salon have a duty to protect their...
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Should Tanning Salon Employees be regulated on how much they tan
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...Beds One of the biggest reasons for this discussion is that tanning beds are extremely dangerous. Just some of the risks include skin cancer (including malignant melanoma), cataracts, immune system suppression and early signs of skin... 4TH JUNE Should Tanning Salon Employees Be Regulated On How Much They Tan? To have a healthy glow is one of the most consistent fashions of recent years, with everyone hoping to get a tan before they go away or before the summer comes. However, sunless tanning has become increasingly popular, particularly sunbeds which have a huge number of dangers associated with them, including skin cancer. Those that work in the tanning salon have a duty to protect their customers...
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ETMA 01
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...bed. The owner also must be sure no offers of service are presented to a person under the age of 18. Finally, a person under 18 is allowed to work on the premises, but they are not to go into the restricted zone. This zone is basically the room where the tanning beds are in operation (Sunbeds Regulation Act section 2(1) 2010). If a person operating a tanning salon is found to be guilty of breaking these rules, they can receive a fine that is as high as 20,000 pounds... ?Question A person that is running a tanning salon needs to be certain that several rules are followed concerning people under the age of 18. The first rule they must follow says that no one under the age of 18 is allowed to use a tanning...
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Skin Cancer
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...beds are machines that utilize 3% UVB and 97% UVA to artificially produce sun tans for cosmetic purposes (Dore et al., 30-37). There are many different variants of these machines and can also be in the form of high pressure beds. The cultural history of tanning is something that has changed throughout the years... [Teacher’s There are several types of skin cancer and some are very dangerous ad have a high mortality rate. Thepaper assesses the factors that are increasing the risk of development of skin cancer as these are preventable with the appropriate policy implementation. The paper also raises suggestions and measures that can be taken in addressing the problem. Skin cancer Introduction Skin cance...
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Organization of context in nursing
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...Bed Capa and Service Quality at Mercy Holy Hospital. Modern hospitals in Canada and the world over are striving to improve internal process, increase efficiency and ultimately offer quality services. The Holy Mercy Hospital is not an exception. The hospital’s mission is “to be a world leader in innovative research and healthcare programs” and as such strives as much as possible to deliver standards of service quality. Today the hospital has 5 VPs 5 program directors and a manager for every nursing unit. In this paper I will be looking internal strengths Holy Mercy Hospital and particularly bed capacity. Holy Mercy Hospital currently has a total of 500 beds; the ICU and CVICU units... Running Head: Bed...
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In which place have you felt most inspired and why
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...beds. Then he yelled again: "You!" pointing to one of my friends, "get inside that space" and he pointed towards the space between two bunk beds. Then he yelled again: "You—get in next to him!" And so he went on ordering six more of my friends into that space. When we thought it was too much, he just yelled: "Squeeze more!" Finally he stopped, and told my friends who were by now so cramped they couldnt breath, "Now turn to the other side." They were all squeezed in so tightly that turning was impossible. Finally he said: "I didnt turn for three years while I was here. It was cold, we were hungry, and even the most basic act such as turning in your sleep...
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Assess the wide range of challenging issues you think may affect your not-for-profit organization over the next 5 years
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...beds in the general unit and 52 beds in the intensive-care unit (US Health News Web). The medical centre may not be able to cope with the projected admissions in the next five years. The medical center is also a major research center for alternative therapies and pediatric infections. Currently the institution is involved with researches on sickle cell disease and kidney diseases (US Health News). These researches are important however, the medical centre might be faced with the challenge of priorities. The Children’s Medical Centre values research and therefore... The Children Medical Centre Dallas The children medical Centre Dallas is a private that offers medical services to children between birthage ...
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Business plan Miami
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...beds. There has been a high demand for aged care services in the hospital because of the change in demographics. The patient population comprises of 60% adults and 40... Running Head: Pharmaceuticals business miami Miami Business Plan in Pharmaceuticals and Section # of Miami Business Plan in Pharmaceuticals There are almost 100 companies in Miami, Florida in the Pharmaceutical and Medicine Manufacturing sector. Together these companies have estimated their total annual sales of US$ 174 million and total employment level at 4,210 employees. The company with the largest market share is Noven Pharmaceuticals, Inc with the total sales of US$ 108 million annually. As the population is aging in Miami, the dem...
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Writing a letter letting employees know of their termintion due to reduction of hospital staffing
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...beds from 100 to 50 beds. As a result of this unforeseen termination, the hospital would offer you a package which will contain your pay for the next three months, a recommendation letter from the hospital’s director in-charge, a list of hospitals... Letter Affiliation: of employee Position in the hospital Address of Human Resource Manager Name of the hospital Address Ref: TERMINATION OF HOSPITAL SERVICES DUE TO REDUCTION OF HOSPITAL STAFFING. It is with high regret and sincere deep-felt apology that we have to terminate your services as a (position in the hospital) in this hospital. This decision has been reached after deliberation by the hospital management over budget cuts and reduction of hospital be...
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Juvenile Detention Facility
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...beds being allocated to Henrico County offenders. The primary purpose of this facility is to detain youths, both male and female who are awaiting court dates for committing criminal offences; under certain circumstances detainees can remain in the facility for up to 6 months following their respective convictions. The detainees are predominantly criminal offenders, but children requiring... of the detainee. Individual Education Programs (IEP), are used to simulate the curriculum of the respective detainee's home school. This is important because an efficient transition back into the school system aids in the overall rehabilitation process. While it is difficult to properly gauge the...
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Implications and Limitations of Research
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...beds, Medicare Days, Total Surgeries, and RN FTE were significant to the hospitals total operations cost. One of the implications of the study is a target-specific approach to management of operations costs for greater profit margins. Identifying significance of only Staffed beds, Medicare Days, Total Surgeries, and RN FTE means that the other variables do not influence total operations costs and should therefore not utilize the managements’ time while planning for optimal cost for operations. I would focus only on the four significant variables in managing costs... and in using costs to determine optimal level of service delivery that a hospital should ensure. I would use operations...
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PERFORMANCE EVALUATION &COMPETITIVE BENCHMARKING
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...beds among other aspects. Most of the customers valued these most and they seemed to have an impact on the level of satisfaction of the customers more compared to the others. The use of the system in relation to gathering, review and understanding of guest experiences provides results that are more reliable (Guest Feedback... Performance Evaluation and Competition Benchmarking ID Performance Evaluation and Competition Benchmarking Palomar Hotel Palomar hotel provides the same services in the hotel industry as its competitor Monaco hotel. In quest to identify the services provided by the hotel, the data collected represented the staff employed to provide services, the room cleanliness, the bathrooms, the...
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Poem analysis of Digging (1966) by Seamus Heaney
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...beds. This image thrusts the narrator into the past where he remembers his father digging potatoes. The juxtaposed images are present in the line, “I look down / Till his straining rump among the flowerbeds / Bends low, comes up twenty years away” (Heaney 5-7). This image mirrors the thoughts of the narrator about the usefulness of his pen. The father once engaged... John Q. Doe English 344 8 May 2000 “Digging” Analysis In “Digging” by Seamus Heaney, the Irish poet combines the rural with the urban. Scenes of hewing sod and digging potatoes combine with images of the poet at his desk with pen in hand. Additionally, the poet combines images from the past and images from the present. Overall, the...
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Skin cancer
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...beds has also been implicated. Skin cancers can present as any kind of skin lesion such as an ulcer or lump, and can therefore be mistaken by the patient as a benign process. This often leads to a delay in presentation until the cancer has reached an advanced stage. Considering the significance of skin cancer and the significant research interest surrounding the strength of association between light exposure and skin cancer, this literature review has been conducted to discuss what is known by the medical community today about skin cancers. Objectives The objectives of this review are to discuss the etiology, risk factors, diagnosis, and treatment of skin cancers. Discussion... Your The Skin Cancer...
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Packing Characterisation
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...beds were functional for the treating wastewater which had a number of serviceable low density solid particles of various size and shape applicable as individual support. Ceramic Raschig ring has high surface area and moderate surface area as a result of its structure that is cylindrical hollow, therefore it is applicable as microorganism’s solid support, in which greater rate of mass transfer is attainable. In this experimental report the characteristics of hydro dynamic which include: material density, bulk density, porosity, surface area per unit volume will be measured... Experiment quantification on Raschig Rings s Submitted by s: In the process of bio-oxidation, gas-liquid-solid phase fluidized...
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Web Activity 12
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...Beds Code of Conduct  Programs for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly Organizations (PACE) General comments... AUDIT FORM CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION OR CONDITIONS FOR COVERAGE Section Researchers Chief Investigator(s) Conditions of Participation (CoP) Healthcare Facility Qualifications Phone PATIENT’S INFORMATION Name: (Title given name family name) Department Sickness Classification Phone PATIENT CODE Patient ID No PATIENT Computer Code Title and name of Doctor(s) Hospital / Research Centre / department Area of Specialty Phone Healthcare Quality Standards MENTAL HEALTH Section 2: Audit clarification Auditing as a factor expresses the major approaches that the hospital acquires in improving its...
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Consulting article
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...beds to meet a health demand may occur years before a Certificate of Need (CON) process is completed. The anticipated technology incorporated in the certificate application may be functionally antiquated. Technology may eliminate the need for the beds. So, when management collects data... Your and section Your Time and Change in Technology Technology changes the world at an ever increasing pace. The efficacy of communication hardware rises almost monthly. Health diagnostic equipment becomes less invasive and more efficient quarterly. Environmental regulations and their applications are not standard, and they do change with time. The modern business concern needs to view this change with respects to time ...
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Engineering Strategy
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...Beds is one of the leading names in furniture manufacturing sector using such methods. Figure 1: Products range of Hypnos Beds (Hypnosbeds.com, 2013) Having won... Engineering Strategy Introduction With the changing economic conditions and trends, the conventional large-setup mass and batch production furniture industries have become highly ineffective due to lengthy design and engineering process. Operating large batch production runs, makes companies inflexible to handle small batches and tailored products efficiently. As a result, modern manufacturing methodologies were launched by companies to enable them to manufacture rapidly and deliver customized products according to customer demands. Hypnos...
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Tanning Salons
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...bed, tanning lotions and oils, tanning goggles, tanning pills, and sunless tanning. All these methods require professional guidance from a tanning salon. The most famous and popular way of tanning your skin at a tanning salon is the tanning bed. Tanning beds are light fittings that you lie down on to get your tan. These light emit Ultraviolet rays which tan the skin. You can moderate your tan using a tanning bed. When using a tanning bed an individual you have to limit your exposure time as it can get harmful since... Sana Osman English 3 December 2008 Tanning Salons A tan is a brown colour that the skin turns into by exposure to the sun. There are different ways of tanning your skin. Skin can be...
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Facilities for Juvenile Offenders
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...beds in a building with of 9, 000 square feet. This led to overcrowding which prompted redesigning. It reopened in Stafford as an improved facility covering 59,000 square feet with an increased capacity of 80 beds in 2000. As part of its historical transition... Facilities for Juvenile Offenders Facilities for Juvenile Offenders This paper will describe three short-term confinement facilities that house juvenile offenders. They are the Rappahannock Juvenile Center, the Lancaster Youth Service Center and the New Beginnings Youth Development Center. The Rappahannock Juvenile Center The Rappahannock Juvenile Center opened in Virginia in the year 1972. Initially, it had a capacity to accommodate only 21 beds...
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Contemporary Issues in the Irish Health Services
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...beds in the Irish hospitals by private patients. She said that “Although 20% of beds in public hospitals in Ireland are allocated to private patients, insured patients are taking up as much as 30% of the space, it was revealed last week” (proquest.umi.com). The situation was regarded as a matter that needs immediate measures so that problem can be adequately handled. According to the Economic and Social Research Institute of Ireland, this unhealthy utilisation of public beds made possible for a bundle of 14000 private patients to utilise the beds who were not at all in any emergency... Contemporary Issues in Irish Health Services: an Introduction Available literature onthe Irish health sector reveals...
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Operations Security and Production Controls
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...bed for the first time in the market. This information was gathered by a major competitor, Good Night Beds, and they produced and launched water beds in the market. Thus, they grabbed the major chunk of the market share for the product. Reflex was able to launch the product only two months after that. The company had now proposed an action plan to launch... Operations security and production control Operations security (OPSEC) is a method that is used to measure and improve the quality of any process to be undertaken. “OPSEC focuses on identifying and protecting information that might provide a competitor or adversary with clues to our plans or capabilities, and thereby enable the competitor or adversary ...
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Outpatient care
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...beds. Cost is an important factor in the balance shift between inpatients and outpatients. Student Surname 2 Works Cited wiseGeek: Clear answers for common questions. http://www.wisegeek.com. (20ll).... Outpatient Care Sur Outpatient Care Outpatient carerefers to any type of service that does not require an overnight stay in a medical facility (wiseGeek, 2011). Many people would be surprised to learn about all the medical services that now fall into this category; such as, cardiac rehabilitation programs, physio and pool therapy, renal dialysis, wound care, ultrasounds, MRIs, and the emergency room. The majority of patients arrive at the admitting department of the hospital one to two ...
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...beds then to determine the number of units that will break-even it applies the formula: Revenue (Y) = Fixed Costs + Variable Costs (Y) Fixed costs (FC): expenses that don’t depend on activities of the business Variable costs VC: expenses that depend on activities of the business Y: Number of units of beds needed to be sold to break-even. If FC = $5,000, VC = $120 per unit, and retail price of a bed at that time at $70, then: $70Y = $5000 + $120Y $70Y = total revenue produced by selling Y number of hospital beds $5,000... Finance and accounting Question Steps involved in capital budgeting financial analysis. Capital budgeting decisions are of fundamental significance to every organization even...
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Quality Improvement Initiative: Reducing Patient Falls
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...beds, poor lighting systems, improper foot wear, unstable furniture and poor conditioned floors among others. These factors have causes many falls resulting to serious injuries. In order to make sure that the falling among the patients is controlled, a team of people from various disciplines need to be composed so as to address the problem accordingly. This team will ensure that every discipline that is aimed to ensure the patients safety is wholly represented so as to make sure that the common objective of the team is achieved (Taylor et al 2005). The team... ? Quality Improvement Initiative: Reducing Patient Falls Quality Improvement Initiative: Reducing Patient Falls Many people in the American...
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Adventist Hospital gains a new face
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...beds with future expansion plans to over... Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Work telephone Home telephone Fax number Adventist Hospital gains a new face! August 2006, Hong Kong To help Adventist Hospital promote their advanced services, the board of directors has just announced the addition of Student name to the newly created position of Director of Public Relations and Development effective immediately. According to Peter Jones, president of Adventist Hospital’s board of directors, student last name was selected out of 100 candidates for this position based on a very impressive educational career. “We also felt that student name handled him/herself in a very mature manner in the interviews. Th...
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Medication managment
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...beds and is approved by a team of doctors, nurses and other specialists who work together with patients. Most of the staffs are working their RN nurse and EN nurse. Palliative care handles patients suffering from serious chronic illness such as cancer, cardiac diseases, kidney failure, Alzheimer, Parkinson, respiratory diseases. At the ward, they also accept patients from different wards if they have beds available. I am going to talk about medication in my presentation. Medication management The medication management plan is an initiative of Australian... of the ward Overview of the ward Palliative care is a specialized medical care for people with serious illnesses. This ward has 9 beds and is...
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Reason of hotel price changing of Hotel du vin Birmingham
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...bed capacity of more than 1000 beds. The rooms are categorised into deluxe twin, Standard double, deluxe double and standard twin rooms. These rooms have different ratings and prices which also depends on the attached services such as breakfast and supper. In the past one month, these prices have been increasing steadily. From the beginning of October 2014, the prices have risen from an affordable £99 to the price of £169 in less than a month. The reasons behind this increase are economic and based... Price Changing Reason for Hotel du Vin Birmingham Hotel du Vin Birmingham is one of the major hotels in Birmingham city. The hotel is one of the prestigious five-star hotel in the city. With a huge bed...
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Emergency Room Crowding: An Integrated Literature Review
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...beds play key roles in this critical issue. (Crain, 2010) Hospital administration efforts at reducing the incidence of boarding have shown improvement in overall patient outcomes. (Dylan, 2010) Various approaches have been evaluated to find a way to reduce ED time, such as having policies in place limiting the length of stay in the ED, creating more physical space, and providing an innovative approach to telemetry options for each bed. (Green, 2007) LITERATURE REVIEW Conceptual Framework Introduction Overcrowding persists in most emergency departments across the country despite several attempts to rectify the situation. Numerous studies have been... ?EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT CROWDING: A REVIEW OF THE...
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Compare and contrast this two articles
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...beds , including 2 hospice beds, and an extensive outpatient and home care provision. Specialists in social work and pastoral care are involved in the palliative care programs. The Meier et al. article describes a much smaller facility with only 4 in-patient beds... Health Sciences and Medicine: Compare and Contrast Two Articles. This paper compares and contrasts two articles which are case studies on the of palliative care programs. The first describes what happens in the Lillian and Benjamin Hertzberg Palliative Care Institute, Mount Sinai School of Medicine (Meier et al, 2000) while the second describes what happens at the Harry R Horvitz Center for Palliative Medicine, the Cleveland Clinic...
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Should indoor tanning be banned for juveniles
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...beds. (http://medi-smart.com) Tan is "IN". Or so what these teens thought. And who does not want a sun-kissed look everyday The look of summer never fails to leave a sexy impression on almost everyone that girls of any age would do almost everything to get that "just got from the beach" look. Almost everything that they are even willing to take their lives at risk. With indoor tanning, those who wish to achieve a bronze look don't need to wait for summer to come or pray for a good weather for sun bathing. Because anytime of the day, regardless of the climate and weather, one can obtain a perfect tan she has always wanted by just merely going to a tanning salon. However, although indoor... After The...
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ETHICAL ISSUES IN LAW ENFORCEMENT
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...beds, begging for help and treatment. Now, both the individuals----my spouse and her lover---are on their death beds and I can save... R.Preeti 20 2008 ETHICAL ISSUES IN LAW ENFORCEMENT Law Enforcement is always a legal aspect, with no personal opinions or favouritism coming into the picture. It is a more objective approach that one needs to undertake at the juncture. The main objective of a legal personnel would be, to protect the security and safety of citizens and cater to their security needs. However, sometimes there do arise certain ethical issues in law enforcement, that hamper this objective stance undertaken by ...
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Social and economic impacts on health care in present day related to budget
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...beds to admit more patients. Inadequate funds also lead to inadequate drugs to administer... impacts on healthcare al affiliation: Every has got its unique budget depending on areas that needmuch improvement thus allocated significant amount of money. State might experience a fiscal deficit that will force it to reduce its budget in order to compensate it (Wang, 2006). Budgetary cut will have a vast impact on sensitive sectors within the affected state. Discussed below are social and global economic impacts of this budgetary cut to the health care. According to Khan and Hildreth (2002), a budgetary cut hinders the purchase of hospital equipment. Health centers lack enough beds to admit more patients. I...
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Nursing Home Facilities
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...bed capacity of 1.7 million beds with an occupancy rate of 86 percent (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 1). By May 2014, there were 1.5 million people receiving care at the nursing homes with an average length of time since admission being 835 days (Centers for Disease Control... Nursing Home Facilities Nursing home facilities paly a very important role in the health care system where they offer comfort,convenience, rehabilitation, safety, and long term specialized care for the terminally ill, addicts, or the aged (Leming and George 194-201). As such, research shows that many terminally ill and/or aging people in the U.S. do spend at least some time in a nursing home facility before they die....
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Care Agencies within my local area. (MY post code is SE 18 4 DS )
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...beds in Shooters Hill for mental health, excluding learning disabilities or dementia. The main focus of this facility is to provide support and rehabilitation to a small number of adults with mental health problems. It is a private facility that focuses on behaviour and forensic psychiatric history. Any patient who registers at this care agency will be supervised during their recovery and released once recovery has occurred from the mental illness. Long term recovery options... with mental illnesses, with private funds to support the necessary treatment, when a bed is available. The low number of beds creates a waiting list or a need to seek an alternate care...
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Volunteer activity review
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...beds with assistance from the KCD Grants that was awarded to Lewis... Environmental studies al affiliation Volunteer activity review Introduction Mother Nature takes care of every flora and fauna found both on the surface and beneath the surface of the earth as well as in the deep and shallow waters. Despite this concern, most humans have failed to return the favor and have embarked on environmental degradation that jeopardizes the future existence of both flora and fauna. It is for this reason that environmental conservation should be a keen concern for all. Given this concern, on the 12th of April, 2015 I volunteered to attend and environmental even in Lewis Park accompanied by five other friends. In...
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GEOL : Assignmen-- Answer all following questions:
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...beds) are steeply inclined in an exposure (outcrop) of rock, the principle allows you to assume that the beds were tilted after they were deposited is the Principle of Original Horizontality. 3. The fossil remains... GEOL Assignment Questions s affiliation GEOL Assignment Questions Distinction between numeric and relative dating While numeric, alternatively referred to as absolute dating involves the measurement of age in exact or actual time period or measurement, relative dating on the other hand involves the placement of sequences of not only rocks, but also geological features and events in an orderly manner of their occurrence without the knowledge of their actual ages. 2. If sedimentary layers (bed...
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Discuss a contemporary problem in penolog
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...beds compared to the usual government processes. Overcrowding is a concern in both adult and juvenile corrections. Overcrowding conditions are difficult to fix within a short time. Usually lawsuits as well as consent decrees necessitate correctional systems deal swiftly with the overcrowding conditions, something that almost entirely relies on legislature. A policy to change the legislature to support privatization of penal institutions is essential. This way, a contract with private correctional... Discuss a contemporary problem in penology: Overcrowding Penal systems are marked by considerable power although they have modest achievements. Even though penal systems seem to have existed in one form or...
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Contemporary Issues in Irish Health Services: an Introduction
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...beds in the Irish hospitals by private patients. She said that "Although 20% of beds in public hospitals in Ireland are allocated to private patients, insured patients are taking up as much as 30% of the space, it was revealed last week" (proquest.umi.com). The situation was regarded as a matter that needs immediate measures so that problem can be adequately handled. According to the Economic and Social Research Institute of Ireland, this unhealthy utilisation of public beds made possible for a bundle of 14000 private patients to utilise the beds who were not at all in any emergency to occupy the beds. Professor... Contemporary Issues in Irish Health Services: an Introduction Available literature on the ...
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Fieldnotes Write-up
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...beds of flowers and vegetables that are further enhanced by the refreshing swish of the river’s noise from the background and the accents of blithe mosaics on walls, benches, sidewalks, and even tables. According to Mr. Renner, the local artists each had personal inspiration in creating such element of art to blend with the orchard and hillside planting beds. Even as we came to the latter part of the visit, looking onto the remainder of the thirty other individual plots, the wonders of the garden were overwhelming enough to dwell at least in the current poetic reflections our class could savor for life.... Field s Write-Up on the Solano Canyon Community Garden Situated just off the Pasadena Freeway on a ...
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Project management
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...beds. ii. Current Effective Capacity= 4500× 95%=4275 beds iii. Current Actual Output= 4500×75%=3375 beds iv. Current Utilization= 3375/4500×100%=75% v. Current Efficiency= 3375/4275×100%=78.95% vi. Future Designed Capacity=4500×(1+30%)=5850 beds Vii. Future Effective Capacity=5850×95%=5557.5 beds Viii. Future Actual Output=5850×75%=4387.5 beds ix. Future Utilization= 4387/5850×100%=75% X. Future Efficiency = 4387/5557×100%= 78.95% b. Demand management refers to a methodology for planning that is used for managing and forecasting of the demand of products and services. As a strategy used by businesses, this concept... PROJECT MANAGEMENT Project Management Question a. i. Current Designed Capa is 4500...
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Medication managment
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...beds and is approved by a team of doctors, nurses and other specialists who work together with patients. Most of the staffs are working their RN nurse and EN nurse. Palliative care handles patients suffering from serious chronic illness such as cancer, cardiac diseases, kidney failure, Alzheimer, Parkinson, respiratory diseases. At the ward, they also accept patients from different wards if they have beds available (Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing, 2012 P 1145). I am going to talk about medication in my presentation. Medication management (Lauren 2014... Overview of the ward Overview of the ward Palliative care is a specialized medical care for people with serious illnesses. This ward has 9...
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