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Operations Research for Health Care Professionals By Dennis Roubos
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Modern health care providers operate under strict regulations and other important conditions and are forced to keep or improve their level of performance. This book is a comprehensive resource... More > describing all the important aspects involved within the field of Operations Research ranging from statistics to probability theory and mathematical models suitable for the optimization of health care processes. Understanding of these three subjects will lead to good decisions, and common pitfalls can be avoided. Knowledge of the subjects covered in this book is a must have for everyone involved within the decision-making process.< Less
Life, Liberty and The Pursuit of Health Care By Edwin Long
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Edwin Tutt Long is a board-certified thoracic surgeon, inventor, and businessman who has made it his mission to research and propose a workable system so that all Americans can have health coverage.... More > Issuing a call to action for every American, Dr. Long believes that it's not enough to propose health care for everyone in the U.S. He lays out a structure that assures all players of a reasonable return for their efforts--a universal health care plan that can work. Impossible? Far from it. Dr. long tells, in clear and simple terms, just how we can do it.< Less
Employee Self-Care Plan By Rachael Walton & Elivate Mental Health Network
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An employee self-care plan can be a valuable tool for individuals wanting to improve occupational health and wellbeing. Employers are becoming more aware of their responsibility to care for the... More > health and wellbeing of their staff and mental health is no exception. Self-care is often recommended by health professionals to minimise the risk of injury and illness at home and at work. It achieves this by helping people identify activities that support their wellbeing.< Less
End of Life: Helping with Comfort and Care By U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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At the end of life, each story is different. Death comes suddenly, or a person lingers, gradually fading. For some older people, the body weakens while the mind stays alert. Others remain physically... More > strong, but cognitive losses take a huge toll. Although everyone dies, each loss is personally felt by those close to the one who has died. End-of-life care is the term used to describe the support and medical care given during the time surrounding death. Such care does not happen only in the moments before breathing ceases and the heart stops beating. Older people often live with one or more chronic illnesses and need a lot of care for days, weeks, and even months before death. The goal of End of Life: Helping with Comfort and Care is to provide guidance and help in understanding the unfamiliar territory of death. This information is based on research, such as that supported by the National Institute on Aging (NIA), along with other parts of the National Institutes of Health.< Less
The ABCs of Safe & Healthy Child Care: A Handbook for Child Care Providers By Department of Health and Human Services et al.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has written this handbook to help you, the child care provider, reduce sickness, injury, and other health problems in your child care facility.... More > The information in this handbook applies to any child care provider in any setting, whether you take care of children in a center or in your own home. This handbook revises and updates the previous CDC handbook, What to Do to Stop Disease in Child Day Care Centers, which is now out of print. This handbook will help you maintain a safe and healthy child care setting, with up-to-date information, including: • How infectious diseases are spread. • What you can do to keep yourself and the children in your care healthy. • What disease and injury prevention practices you should follow. • What disease and injury prevention practices you should require parents to follow. • What the most common childhood diseases and health conditions are, how to recognize them, and what you can do when they occur.< Less
Health Care Fraud: Why the Affordable Care Act is not enough By Rebecca Roese
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A graduate thesis on the exclusion of patients and processing procedures in Medicare and Medicaid fraud prevention. A simple study to prove where the Affordable Care Act falls short.
Indonesia Health Care, Cosmetics, Pharmaceuticals Producers Handbook By IBP USA
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Indonesia Health Care, Cosmetics, Pharmaceuticals Producers Handbook
Understanding Patterns of health and social care at the end of life By Martin Bardsley et al.
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Care at the end of life is an important national priority in England. The Department of Health's national strategy aims to help people have the care support they need beyond the gates of the acute... More > hospital setting. Despite the importance of social care in supporting individuals at the end of their lives, there are remarkably few studies that look at how often these people receive social care services. This summary highlights the key findings from a report commissioned by the National End of Life Care Intelligence Network. It builds on an earlier study (Bardsley and others, 2010) to create and analyse the largest linked health and social care dataset in England. Using this data, the authors were able to describe the uptake of key health and social care services for people in the last 12 months of life. Both the report and summary are available from the Nuffield Trust website< Less
The Elderly, Carining,Sharing, Health Care By Stephen Reed, BS.,Rel.,MS., Theo.,MSW, Paralegal/Legal Assistant
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Long-term care (LTC) is a variety of services which help meet both the medical and non-medical needs of people with a chronic illness or disability who cannot care for themselves for long periods of... More > time. It is common for long-term care to provide custodial and non-skilled care, such as assisting with normal daily tasks like dressing, and using the bathroom. Increasingly, long-term care involves providing a level of medical care that requires the expertise of skilled practitioners to address the often multiple chronic conditions associated with older populations. Long-term care can be provided at home, in the community, in assisted living facilities or in nursing homes. Long-term care may be needed by people of any age, although it is a more common need for senior citizens.[1]< Less
Be the Change: Transforming Health Care From the Inside Out By Jane Murray
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American health care is in crisis. In spite of what may or may not happen with national health care reform, each and every one of us must consider how we can behave differently in order to have a... More > healthier life and a more compassionate, complete and healing system.< Less

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