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Barriers to Wellness Visit Utilization by Medicare Beneficiaries Research Paper

… IMPROVIING "WELCOME TO MEDICARE" UTILIZATION

IMPROVING "WELCOME TO MEDICARE" UTILIZATION

Improving "Welcome to Medicare" Utilization by Reducing Primary Care Provider-Associated Barriers

Improving "Welcome to Medicare" Utilization by Reducing Primary Care Provider-Associated Barriers

In an effort to increase the health and well-being of older adults, Congress authorized the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to provide an initial preventive physical examination (IPPE) to Medicare beneficiaries under the Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, and Modernization Act of 2003 (DeWilde & Russell, 2004). New Medicare enrollees had six months to take advantage of the IPPE benefit, which has come to be known as the "Welcome to Medicare Visit" (WMV) benefit. The WMV includes a focused physical examination, rather than a head-to-toe physical, in addition to development of a…. [read more]


Business Plan Assisted Living Facilities Business Plan

… Cedar Springs Brookdale Senior Living, 2505 Spring Ave SW, Decatur, AL

3. Morning Glory Meadows Assisted Living, 2055 Main St., Fyffe, AL

4. Morningside Of Cullman, 2021 Dahlke Dr., Cullman, AL

5. Morningside Of Decatur, 2115 Point Mallard Dr. SE, Decatur, AL

6. Morningside Of Madison, 49 Hughes Rd, Madison, AL

7. Morningside Of Sheffield, 413 Cox Blvd, Sheffield, AL

8. Redstone Village, 12000 Turnmeyer Dr., Huntsville, AL

9. Regency Retirement Village, 2004 Max Luther Dr. NW, Huntsville, AL

10. The Terrace at Priceville, 200 Terrace Ln, Decatur, AL

11. Wills Creek Village Assisted Living, 1050 Airport RD W, Fort Payne, AL

12. Windsor House, Inc., 4411 McAllister Dr. SW, Huntsville, AL

Competitive Advantages

Residay's competitive advantage is reliant on the experience of care, which…. [read more]


Affordable Care Act Health Care Reform Capstone Project

… Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Health Care Act

The hospital industry is comprised of many different sectors including, but not limited to, non-profit and for-profit hospitals, safety net hospitals and teaching hospitals among others. Because the sectors are so varied, it is surmised that the Affordable Care Act, which was enacted in March of 2010, will have different effects for each different sector and individual hospital. There are certain hospitals that have always given either low-cost or no-cost health care to uninsured patients and it is posited that these hospitals will gain the most in relation to the uncompensated care that they have given patients. It is believed that there are substantial provisions within the Affordable Care Act that will have a beneficial effect on…. [read more]


Health Care Bill Formulation Term Paper

… Health Care Bill Formulation

Oral health is a state of oral and related tissues structures in the body that contribute to physical, mental and social well-being positively, enabling the individual to enjoy all the possibilities of life. A good state of oral health allows a person to speak, eat and socialize without any hindrance by discomfort, embarrassment or pain (Mason, 2010). Oral health is thus essential for the general health and the quality of the being of the personage. It is a state of being well from the mouth, facial pain, oral and throat cancer, oral infections and sores, periodontal disease, tooth decay and loss and other disorders that affect the ability of the individual to bite, chew, speak and smile. It is clear the…. [read more]


Japanese-American Biopharmaceutical Industry Term Paper

… The objective of such harmonization is a more economical use of human, animal and material resources and the elimination of any unnecessary delays in the global development and availability of new pharmaceuticals while maintaining safeguards on quality, safety and efficacy, and sustaining regulatory obligations to protect public health. This mission is embodied in the Terms of Reference of the ICH.

Limitations and Delimitations

This problem is limited by the extent to which the United States and Japan choose to continue to permit the extensive interval of time from which pharmaceuticals are available in the United States to when they are available in Japan.

This problem is delimited by the extent to which the United States and Japan choose to cooperate in reducing or eliminating the…. [read more]


Aftermath of not Expanding Medicaid Capstone Project

… Furthermore, the expansion slightly reduced the private insurance revenue for hospitals through raising the lower caps for financial eligibility for subsidies from the Marketplace from the previous 100 to 138% FPL. That notwithstanding, the two factors are clearly outweighed by higher Medicaid revenue that is generated as a result of the expansion.

It is clear that expanding Medicaid would help lend significant financial stimulus to North Carolina. This would happen courtesy of the jobs that would be created, reduced costs at state level among others. The state has already lost out on billions it would have benefited if it had expanded Medicaid. It has also lost out on a significant number of jobs it would have created. There are still many gains it can…. [read more]


Hisory of Palliatve Care Palliative Ghost Writing

… Development of instrument that can be used in improvement of palliative care

There are legal standards that are being used in the United States to help sustain the lives of young children. Creation of machines to help in the program to sustain lives especially of those children suffering from long life diseases like cancer is the current project. This is an initiative taken by the pediatric palliative care department. The program will play a significant role in prolonging lives especially to those children with serious illness. Two instruments in the suggestion for use and reviews made to see the effectiveness. Parents and palliative care employees from various institutions gave opinions to act as a guideline on the effectiveness and progress. The instruments are essential in…. [read more]


Human Resources Management - Maintaining Term Paper

… For his efforts, sales increased by more than 9% and total shareholder return rose by 56%. To leverage this success, Martinez created a core group of senior executives known as the Phoenix team. The charter of this team was to duplicate the success by creating a plan to implement and sustain the changes across the entire organization. Using an employee questionnaire, the group determined that employee attitudes correspond to customer satisfaction. They perfected a model that indicates that a 5-point improvement in employee attitudes will drive a 1.3-point improvement in customer satisfaction. Moreover, the increase in customer satisfaction drives a 5% increase in revenue growth. The bottom line result was an additional $200 million in revenue resulting in an increase of nearly a quarter of…. [read more]


SSO With an Example Application Research Paper

… ¶ … SSO is so reliable

Single sign-on (SSO) is a session/client verification handle that allows a client to use a single password and name combination, and be able to access other applications. The procedure validates the client for all the applications they are allowed to and wipes out further prompts when they switch applications within the session. Most managers and security workforce are introduced generally to two SSO's - non-Web-based and Web-based (or legacy) SSO - and various tasks that could be clubbed under single sign-on. Actually there are many kinds of SSO, single sign-on in software and hardware structures, and customer-requirements oriented as against server-side arrangements. The five commonly used ways of Single Sign-On in utilization as of now are: Web Single Sign-On;…. [read more]


Timesharing in Resorts Term Paper

… Timesharing in Resorts

Holiday and a Vacation?

Present Issues

Summary of the Structure of the Industry

History of Hospitality 6 Hotels

Types of Hotels 7 Resorts

Types of Resorts 9 Timeshare 10 Beginning of Timeshare 12 Types of Timeshare 13 Timeshare developers 16 Demand/Season 17 Timeshare Stats 17 Advantages of Timesharing

Marketing of timeshare relates to Customer Satisfaction

Research Framework & Survey 22 Data collection 23 Data analysis 23 Findings 27 Reliability of the Survey 28 Demographic Profile of the Students 28 Interest of students in Lodging Operations 28 Perception of Timeshares 30 Relations and Comparison Between Variables

Analysis 32 Conclusion 34 Limitations 34 Problems and How to Deal with Them

V Results

Reliability of the survey 36 Demographic profile of the students 36 Interest…. [read more]


flows of freight have of late Essay

… ¶ … flows of freight have of late been a critical element of the modern changes in the financial and economic systems at the local, regional and global scales. Looking at these changes one must only do so at quantitative, structural, and operational levels. Structural changes largely entail manufacturing systems with their production geography, while operational changes largely involve freight transportation and its distribution geography. Thus, the key question not only involves the nature, and movements of freights, but also the manner in which this freight is moving (Hesse & Rodrigue, 2004).

The multifaceted perspectives of friction in view of modern supply chain management involve a number of factors. Hesse and Rodrigue (2004) noted that transport expenses, the intricacies of the supply chain, the physical…. [read more]


Entrepreneurship Engine for Job Creation and Growth in Qatar Grant Proposal

… Finally, research outcomes are anticipate to reflect the nation's innovation and entrepreneurial climate. Interview data will likely reveal issues restricting the two sectors and the many potential national or institutional approaches for promoting them. Monetary assistance and policy are two potential strategies.
f. Impact and Project KPIs
1. Time Schedule
It is a tricky task to run the project and predict its date of completion owing to the many factors impacting its timetable. Hours spent against estimated hours against no. of hours left is a KPI capable of ascertaining whether the project is on track, whether any delays will arise, and whether it will be able to meet the established deadline (Parmenter 2015).
ii. Productivity Performance
Productivity constitutes a key element for the proposed project.…. [read more]

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