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For your communication intervention, you are trying to get young mothers in a developing country to use more nutritious complementary food for their infants. You find that their mothers-in-law make most of the decisions, so you try to convince them first that this a good idea ...
explain how heredity and lifestyle can both influence the onset of genetic disease.
Risk factor for depression execpt
What is one effective way to keep bones strong
What is one effective way to keep bones strong?
Given below is a case. You need to read the case carefully and answer the below questions. Ramsha is a 24 years university student. She avoids going to market place for grocery. She prefers to cook over going to open/public places like market. She thinks that if she goes to ...
IDEALLY, REWARDS SHOULD BE GIVEN IMMEDIATELY AND FREQUENTLY BUT a. ONLY FROM AN INSTRUCTOR OR SUPERVISOR. b. IN MODERATE AMOUNTS. C.WITHOUT A SPECIFIC TIMELINE d. SHOULDN'T MATCH YOUR PERSONAL TASTES.
Hanson & Lynch detail how historical and present issues of race, ethnicity, language diversity, and socioeconomic background can impact equal and equitable access to education, health care, housing, food security, and community resources/services. Please speak to this
Meaningful use is using certified EHR technology to accomplish the following with one exception, Identify the exception from the following. Improve quality, safety, efficiency, and reduce disparities. Engage patients and their families in their health care. Improve population ...
You have just assumed a position as HIM Director of a large HIM department in a different state, and you are faced with an overflowing paper file unit in the hospital. You need to determine how long various health records must be maintained. As part of your research, you would...
When a record destruction program is considered by a healthcare facility, all the following are usually consulted EXCEPT The patient or legal representation. Facility board of directors. Facility attorney. Malpractice liability insurance carrier. HELP?
One advantage to storing health records is to contract with a commercial storage company for both storage, retrieval, and filing. True False False?
Which of the following activities is supported by patient data? Evaluation of care Clinical education Financial viability All of the above
Approach to data quality monitoring methods and solutions should consider: type of health facility data requirements level of technology available type of health care providers who are the major sources of documentation All answers provided are correct DATA REQUIREMENTS? ...
The purpose of Minimum Data Sets (MDS) is to promote comparability and compatibility of data by using standard data items with uniform definitions, and these exist for: Ambulatory care (outpatient) Acute care Long-Term care Home care All answers provided are correct I believe ...
(3) Write in full (i) H.I.V -Aids (ii) F.G.M
Please help me. (2) Discus the following diseases under the following - heading) i. Causative agent ii. Method of transmision iii. Signs and symptoms iv. Control and prevent. 1-Gonorrhae 2- HIV and AIDS 3- syphiles.
1a) What are controceptive b) Name six types of controceptive c) Name 10 diseases associated with the reproduction system. Please help me
One of the major challenges and obstacles for providers is timeliness and efficiency of access to patient information. True False
Because of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), privacy and security of health information technology are not a concern in regional health information organizations. True False
One of the earliest means of HIT automation was the administrative functions of patient billing and patient registration, and later attempts included automated lab results, CPOE, and CDS. True False FALSE?
Continuing education is mandatory for maintenance of certification as a health information professional. True False False? because it is not official Help
When did the recording of clinical information begin in the United States? Late 1700s Early 1800s Late 1800s Early 1900s 1920s itoccurate it accurate?
Which of the following is a legitimate and stated use of health information according to American Health Information Management Association? The development of public policy on health care The brokering of patient data for health care marketing The prevention of disease and ...
All the following are recognized roles of a health information management professional by American Health Information Management Association except Clinician. Educator. Analyst. Researcher.
Can you summarize this case study 300 words minimum? Overview Hospital A: Porter Regional Medical Center (PRMC) Located on the east side of town, Porter Regional Medical Center (PRMC) was a for-profit hospital, consisting of 110 hospital beds, 8 of which were reserved for ...
Each of the following has been an influential factor in how health care has been delivered in the United States except Increasing cost of health care. Growing geriatric population. Advances in technology. Demand for jobs by health professionals.
When a public health issue, such as an Escherichia coli outbreak from contaminated food, makes the news, what organization is responsible for investigating and minimizing such threats to society? Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Agency for Health Care Research and ...
which would you most likely find a smaller a smaller amount of in a governments budget than in a personal household budget? a. the percent of total income that goes towards national defense and health care b. the percentage of people affected by the budget who are responsible ...
Positive energy balance is important when A. weight loss is desired. B. you're stressed. C. weight stability is desired. D. a child is growing is it c ?
List sources of internal pressure and external pressure
to determine whether a person has as thyroid deficiency, a radioactive iodine with a half-life of 8.2 days is injected into the bloodstream. a healthy thyroid is able to absorb all of the radioactivity. the amount, R, of radioactivity present after t days can be modeled by the...
What will result from an increased life expectancy and improved health care?
If disclosure of PHI is permitted under HIPAA, What is disclosed? A. Information both the patient and doctor think should be disclosed B. the minimum information necessary to accomplish the purpose of the disclosure C. Information the doctor thinks should be disclosed
1. What would this image convey to someone from the early-1900s about about the suffrage movement? (image: "early-1900s women's suffrage painting"-- this has a sign on it that says "official program women's suffrage procession" a person riding a horse and "Washington D.C. ...
One health club charges a monthly fee of $100 and an extra $5 for every visit. Another health club charges $103 per month and $4 for every visit. How many visits in a month would make the cost of each health club equal? Suppose x is the number of visits per month. Fill in the ...
Blood also passes through the small intestine and liver during which type of circulation pulmonary renal portal*** cardiac
The term_____ refers to the bending movement around a joint. ~ Flexion ~ Endurance ~ Extension ~ Stretching
The straightening movement of muscles at a joint is referred to as Flexion Endurance Extension*** Stretching
____ is the sum of body cell mass and extracellular mass fat lipid count Cellular total lean body mass***
the term ____ refers to the bending moment around a joint Flexion*** endurance extension stretching
There are many different ways to physically treat a medical condition rather than using prescribed drugs, select the method that apply below Answer Are Psychological Therapy*** Physical Therapy Cardiac Rehabilitation Massage Therapy*** there are three right answers. I think ...
your exercise results will be better and you will be able to achieve your fitness goals if you change your routine every two to three weeks four to six weeks six months daily***
check my 3 world history answers
2. All of the following were results of the Supreme Court's decision in Brown v. Board of Education EXCEPT: Schools were to be integrated "with all deliberate speed"**** Sit-ins and boycotts were declared illegal 7. All of the following were part of the Great Society EXCEPT...
CHECK MY WORLD HISTORY ANSWERS
1 star* at the end of each question and multiple stars*** at the end of my answer 1. Which laws called for strict separation of the races in the South? * anti-discrimination laws Plessy v. Ferguson laws Jim Crow laws**** Boycott Laws 2. All of the following were results of the...
_____are the result of an injury to a ligament DOMS Muscle sprain Muscle strain*** Overuse injury _______ Is the result of an injury to either a muscle or a tendon DOMS Muscle sprain*** Muscle strain Overuse injury
a person can become dehydrated when wearing heavy clothing during aerobic exercise in warm weather true** false
Anyone who has read About Rusell During the greatest kickball game ever, Russell scores the winning point leaves with the ball*** causes his team to lose starts an argument, ending the game When Rita beats Russell at chess, she is amazed that he congratulates her puts the ...
In health class, students recorded the weights of the sandwiches they have for lunch. The weights are shown in the line plot below. What is the average weight of one sandwich? X X X. X. X. X X. X. X. X 1/8. 1/4 3/8 1/2
1) Air pollutants can do all of the following EXPECT: A) damage the respiratory system B) enter the bloodstream and harm other parts of the body*** C) cause discoloration to your hair D) reduce your protection from the sun's radiation 2) Biodegradable waste threatens the ...
A person who has physical craving or strong emotional need to use alcohol is showing signs of a- reverse tolerance ** b- tolerance c- rehabilitation d- addiction
1.- Alcohol abuse can cause scarring of liver, which is called a: alcoholism b: detoxification c: cirrhosis ** d: addiction
A health care professional wishes to estimate the birth weights of infants. The standard deviation of the birth weights is known to be 8 ounces. How large a sample must she select if she desires to be 95% confident that the true mean is within 6 ounces of the sample mean?
which event foreshadows the resolution of the cask of amontillado and creates mystery in the story? A: montresor tells fortunato he has bought a large barrel of Amontillado B: Fortunato has a sever cold which seems to concern Montresor C: Montresor drinks to Fortunato s health...
A. Weaken if under stressful conditions for an extended period of time B. Physical ailment caused by stress C. Positive stress D. Releases by the liver to increase the body's energy E. Produce the hormones adrenaline and cortisol F. Emotional or physical strain caused by ...
- causes contraction of the smooth muscles in the wall of the uterus. it also stimulates the ejection of milk from the lacting breast A. Prolactin B.gonadotropic C. Oxytocin D. Antidiuretic hormone
which of the following would be part of the democratic party platform? 1: cutting taxes for the wealthiest citizens 2: providing for public health care 3: decreasing the size of government 4: cutting funding for educational programs My answer is 2 Is that correct?
Determine whether a probability distribution is given. If a probability distribution is given, find its mean and standard deviation. If a probability distribution is not given, identify the requirements that are not satisfied. 8. Male Color Blindness: When conducting research ...
Why is Oka cheese production important to Canada, or other countries around the world?
A researcher strongly believes that physicians tend to show female nurses less attention and respect than they show male nurses. She sets up an experimental study involving observations of health clinics in different conditions. In explaining the study to the physicians and ...
1. Name the six basic nutrients needed by the body. What is each of their function? What types of foods might you find them in? How do they each benefit the body? 2. Define dehydration. Discuss the effects of dehydration on the body. What is a diuretic? Can you drink too much ...
_____ is an eating disorder that is characterized by an irrational obsession about gaining weight in which the person severely limits the food he or she eats.?
What factors influence lung volume and capabilities A. Age B. Sex C. Body build D. All of the above
Which of the following is a likely cause of the shape of the population graph of Mexico? (1) Mexico has adopted China's "one family-one child" program. (2) About 60 percent of Mexico's industrial workers live in or near Mexico City. (3) Much of the land in northern Mexico is ...
The various activities of the nervous system include a function such as - A. Integrative B. Motor C. Sensory D. All of the above
The Heart circulates the blood to all the - in the body A. Muscles B. Capillaries C. Tissues D. Organs ?
Blood is considered to be - A. Alive B. Lifeless C.unconscious D.none of the above ? Help please and thanks
. Which of the following is among the impediments to government action on health care? (Points : 1) Frequency of divided government and the resulting decentralization of the legislative process Magnitude of disagreement between citizens and the insurance industry Ideological ...
1. Air pollutants can do all of the following EXCEPT: A. damage the respiratory system. B. enter the bloodstream and harm other parts of the body. C. cause discoloration to your hair. D. reduce your protection from the sun's radiation.*** 2. True or False Biodegradable waste ...
Both anorexia and bulimia can be treated by specific medications targeting eating disorders physiological therapy*** dieting personal trainers
People who experience episodes of _______ are not eating out of hunger; they are acting out of behaviors associated with bulimia and depression anorexia starvation dieting binge eating*** fasting
Which eating disorder might be discovered by a dentist anorexia bulimia*** starvation diet obesity
Bulimia can be difficult to discover because most sufferers hide there condition and they tend to be a normal weight, sometimes overweight*** severely underweight slightly underweight obese
_______ is a psychological eating disorder in which a person will binge eat and then purge there are no options for this one. I think it's bulimia but i'm not sure
_________ commonly over-exercise, abuse laxatives, and refuse to eat in order to lose weight Bulimics Binge-eaters Anorexics*** Perfectionists
Anorexia is considered a _______ disorder physical social predatory psychological***
Individuals suffering from anorexia suffer extreme weight loss, usually _____ below the person's normal body weight 5% 8% 10%**** 15%
Anorexia is a type of eating disorder that usually begins with young people with obese parents around the onset of puberty*** around the time they graduate high school who watch too much tv
health science chemistry
How many ml of water should be added to 20.0 ml of a stock of 12.0 M HCl solution to make 1.50 M HCl ?assume that the volumes are additive.
health and physical
your digestive system has three main functions:digestion, absorption and elimination. in which organ dose absorption begin? a. mouth*** b.stomach c.small intestine d.gallbladder i think a.mouth
without this system in the body you would get really sick because toxins and waste would build up. 1. cardiovascular 2. excretory 3.integumentary 4. muscular
health and physical
the noise diaphragm and lungs are part of the _____ system A. circulatory B. excretory C.nervous D.respiratory
The peripheral nervous system (select all that apply) Is made up of the brain and spinal cord Links the body to the brain and spinal cord Is made up of sensory and motor neurons Is responsible for thought and reasoning I think it could be b and c?
3.)A slave's life was full of hardships and difficulties. Workdays were long and exhausting, full of backbreaking labor, and slaves would work 10 to 16 hours a day. Masters could hire out their slaves to work for other masters; however, the slaves were not compensated for this...
health and PE
The brain and spinal cord make up the reflex pathway. peripheral nervous system. central nervous system. the fight-or-flight response is it b?
HEALTH PLZ HELP
1.Which organization would be the most helpful on providing you with information on how to stop using tobacco? A. American kidney foundation B. American cancer society C. American Legacy*** D. American Society of non-Smokers 2. In nature nicotine acts as a(n) A. Growing agent ...
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1.Which organization would be the most helpful on providing you with information on how to stop using tobacco? A. American kidney foundation B. American cancer society C. American Legacy D. American Society of non-Smokers*** 2. which is an accurate statement about giving up ...
A quick, automatic response to something in the environment is called: A. A synapse B. A seizure C. A reflex*** D. A refusal skill
Risk Factors A.refers to bring in good shape or physical condition B.the process and functions of the body C.social needs, social behavior, and social problems D.traits that increase the possibility of developing an illness or disease
academic and communicative skills
a speech on health care delivery system on a nose dive
If someone is using tobacco products for the first time, what symptoms might you expect them to have? Brown stained fingers and teeth. (MY ANSWER) Dizziness. Lung cancer. Tooth decay.
You are in a restaurant and smell tobacco products, but notice that smoking is not allowed. What tobacco product is probably being used if there is no smoke? Cigar. Pipe. Snuff. (MY ANSWER) Water pipe.
The following is a health benefit of a nicotine substitute: It is cheaper than regular cigarettes so you can still get the benefit of nicotine at a lower cost? True.) False.)MY ANSWER
Law and ethics
You are in charge of General Hospital’s compliance program. As part of the Hospital’s orientation program, you provide an overview of the compliance program to new employees. Things to consider: The concept of compliance has been a feature of health care for decades, with ...
What Is Health Science
Which one best describes comparison shopping? A. You are trying to decide if you should buy the size 5 levi's shorts either in blue or black. B. You cannot decide between the quarter pound with white cheese and all the toppings or the one with yellow cheese and all the ...
The lungs are? A. Connected by the mediastinum B. Separated by the mediastinum C. Divided into 7 lobes D. Divided into 9 lobes C?
Make six suggestion on how to combat the violations of human rights(right to education,health and work) and indicate any arganisation you have come about in your research and indicate how they combat the human rights violations
Use the following statement by Robert Owen to answer the question below: "...but I know that society may be formed so as to exist without crime, without poverty, with health greatly improved, with little if any misery, and with intelligence and happiness increased a ...
What kind of disorder does this person. I think he have schriozophenia. Mr. Jameson is a white 42-years old man who has never been married and is currently unemployed. He was brought to the emergency room by the police for striking an elderly woman in his apartment building. ...