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The Megabuck Hospital Corp. is to build a state-subsidized nursing home catering to homeless patients as well as high-income patients. State regulations require that every subsidized nursing home must house a minimum of 770 homeless patients and no more than

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  1. finite math

    The Megabuck Hospital Corp. is to build a state-subsidized nursing home catering to homeless patients as well as high-income patients. State regulations require that every subsidized nursing home must house a minimum of 760 homeless patients and no more
  2. MATH

    The Megabuck Hospital Corp. is to build a state-subsidized nursing home catering to homeless patients as well as high-income patients. State regulations require that every subsidized nursing home must house a minimum of 770 homeless patients and no more
  3. Business Law

    Dobos was admitted to a hospital with a serious condition that required around to clock nursing care. The hospital, on the orders from Dobos's doctor, requested Nursing Care Service, Inc., to care for Dobos while she was in the hospital and for a two week
  4. English

    1. I want to ask you a favor;would you lend me your note? (Are the words 'favor' and 'note' properly used in this sentence? ) 2. This is a private hospital or residential home especially one for older people. What is this? It's nursing home. (Are the
  5. statistics

    The experience of a certain hospital showed the the distribution of length stay of patients is normal with a mean of 11.5 days and a standard deviation of 2 days. a. What percentage of the patients stayed nine days or less? b.If a new method of nursing
  6. English

    Working at a nursing home. I have volunteered at a nursing home. There were some work to do. I talked and listened to elderly people. I also cleaned the rooms at the nursing home. I was glad because I could help elderly people. (Would you like to check the
  7. university-health economics

    Suppose hospital (A) has 500 patients/day and average cost of operation is $1500/day. Hospital (B) has 300 patients/day and average cost of $600/day. Hospital (C) has 100 patients/day and average cost of $600/day. What can you say about the most efficient
  8. data

    Given the following business scenario, create a Crow’s Foot ERD using a specialization hierarchy if appropriate. Tiny Hospital keeps information on patients and hospital rooms. The system assigns each patient a patient ID number. In addition, the
  9. database management

    2. Given the following business scenario, create a Crow’s Foot ERD using a specialization hierarchy if appropriate. Tiny Hospital keeps information on patients and hospital rooms. The system assigns each patient a patient ID number. In addition, the
  10. Maths

    2. Researchers at Jackson Hospital asked 40 randomly selected patients about their sleep habits. Sixteen reported sleeping 8 hours or more each night. If there are 700 patients in the hospital, estimate the number of patients who sleep 8 hours or more each
  11. math HELP!!!!!!

    2. Researchers at Jackson Hospital asked 40 randomly selected patients about their sleep habits. Sixteen reported sleeping 8 hours or more each night. If their are 700 patients in the hospital, estimate the number of patients who sleep 8 hours or more each
  12. MATHS

    Researchers at Jackson Hospital asked 40 randomly selected patients about their sleep habits. Sixteen reported sleeping 8 hours or more each night. If there are 700 patients in the hospital, estimate the number of patients who sleep 8 hours or more each
  13. Math

    Researchers at Jackson Hospital asked 40 randomly selected patients about their sleep habits. Sixteen reported sleeping 8 hours or more each night. If there are 700 patients in the hospital, estimate the number of patients who sleep 8 hours or more each
  14. Information Systems

    Problem #2 from page 173 Given the following business scenario, create a Crow’s Foot ERD using a specialization hierarchy if appropriate. Tiny Hospital keeps information on patients and hospital rooms. The system assigns each patient a patient ID number.
  15. english

    Which sentence is the gerund used as an appositive? A) Catering is a great way to show off your talent as a cook. b) The best part of catering is making a special occasion a tasty event. c) The girl has a new job, catering. d) Mr. Lane gives all of his
  16. Statistics

    The following table shows a frequency distribution of patients with colon cancer treated at Community Hospital. Compute the proportion of patients in each category. Community Hospital Ages of Patients with Colon Cancer Annual Statistics, 20XX Age No. of
  17. Language Arts

    Which sentence is the gerund used as an appositive? (1 point) Catering is a great way to show off your talent as a cook. The best part of catering is making a special occasion a tasty event. The girl has a new job, catering. Mr. Lane gives all of his time
  18. english

    Which sentence is the gerund used as an appositive? (1 point)Catering is a great way to show off your talent as a cook. The best part of catering is making a special occasion a tasty event. The girl has a new job, catering. Mr. Lane gives all of his time
  19. English

    1. I want to do volunteer work at a nursing home. 2. I want to do volunteer work in a nursing home. (Which preposition should we use? Are both OK?) 3. I want to do volunteer work at an orphanage because I want to take care of orphans who are helpless. 4. I
  20. health

    The hospital inpatient record documents the care and treatment received by a patient admitted to the hospital. Where is the paper-based record stored while the patient is in the hospital? a.All patient records are stored in the health information
  21. accounting

    Compare accounting practices (for engagement and examination) between a small county hospital and a private, not for profit nursing home under FASB guidance
  22. Confidetiality of Health information

    please check my answer thanks :) True or Flase You are allowed give access to someone if they need a patients records for a research project. I said True I have seen in my local hospital nursing students taking a look at a pt chart for research
  23. Science

    Which of the following can a hospital do to reduce the spread of infectious diseases? A) have patients wash hands very often using antibacterial soap B) keep infected patients confined, and limit visitors C) serve food to patients in paper bowls, and
  24. Finance

    Conduct Break-Even Analysis in the following two scenarios: R Squared is a mobile diagnostic imaging company that performs MRI scans of patients at hospitals and clinics that cannot afford their own scanners. General Hospital has contacted R Squared
  25. Health

    Please check my answers thank you. 1. T/F It is more cost-effective to prevent a disease than to treat one: True 2. Patients are seen here when they need to recover from a serious illness, injury, or surgery that requires a high level of specialized care.
  26. How does this sound?

    Write a 350- to 700-word paper in APA format describing two approaches or indicators to measuring patient outcomes. Measuring the quality of care is essential to being able to identify which areas of patient care need improvement. A positive patient
  27. math

    Angharad had an operation costing $500. She was in hospital for x days. The cost of nursing care was $170 for each day she was in hospital
  28. biostat

    based on the data below for a 25 day hospital stay: 1)patients who received antibiotics 7 mean of patients who received antibiotics 11.57 standard deviation 8.81 patients who did not receive antibiotics 18 mean 7.44 standard deviation 3.7 is the duration
  29. HR management

    Susan Moore is the number manager in charge of a 25-bed medical unit at St. Eligius Hospital. She is currently preparing the nurse staffing plan for the next fiscal year. Hospital management has provided all nurse managers with a list of assumptions for
  30. English

    1. She works as a cleaner in/at a hospital. (Which preposition do I have to use?) 2. She spent two weeks in hospital/ in the hospital. (Are both OK? Do you use 'in hospital' in th UK? Do you use 'in the hospital' in the USA?) 3. I had to go to hospital. 4.
  31. Excel

    Please prepare the homework problems in the form of a Word and/or Excel file. Try to use one file to submit your answers, if possible, and include the questions with your answers. You must show your calculations. 1. Your nursing home defines output as a
  32. PSY 202 - Abnormal Psychology

    CASE STUDY Day, a 30-year old woman, has been admitted to a psychiatric hospital after a failed suicide attempt, she took a considerable amount of paraffin and an overdose of headache tablets. Her aunt found her where she was vomiting heavily and took her
  33. Probability.. HELP!

    At a certain hospital, 40 patients have lung cancer, 30 patients smoke, and 25 have lung cancer and smoke. Suppose the hospital contains 200 patients. If a patient chosen at random is known to smoke, what is the probability of the event that the patient
  34. statistics

    Records show that deaths occur at the rate of 0.1 per day among patients residing in a large nursing home. If someone dies today, what are the chances that a week or more will elapse before another death occurs? The answer is 0.50 and the problem is in the
  35. English

    I¡¯m worried about my grandmother. 1. Why don¡¯t you visit her often and talk with her? 2. Why don¡¯t you take her to hospital? 3. Why don¡¯t you take care of her? 4. Why don¡¯t you ask your parents to bring her to your apartment? 5. Why don¡¯t
  36. Probability

    At a certain hospital, 40 patients have lung cancer, 30 patients smoke, and 25 have lung cancer and smoke. Suppose the hospital has 200 patients. If a patient chosen at random is known to smoke, what is the probability that the patient has lung cancer?
  37. accounting

    Posson Catering uses two measures of activity, jobs and meals, in the cost formulas in its budgets and performance reports. The cost formula for catering supplies is $210 per month plus $96 per job plus $20 per meal. A typical job involves serving a number
  38. math

    The Nursing Home Problem. Suppose that the cost of nursing homes (per year) for the following states is as follows for 2004: Alaska: $165,000 Connecticut $95,000 Hawaii $85,000 New York $110,000 If each state had a $10,000 cost increase since 1994, rank
  39. reimbursement methodologies

    Could someone check my answers to see if they are correct. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.. Mrs. Hall was admitted to the hospital for the first time this year on September 15. On September 25, she was transferred to a skilled nursing facility
  40. Mathematics

    In a survey of the 100 out-patients who reported at a hospital one day it was found out that 70 complained of fever 50 complained of stomach ache and 30 were injured all 100 patients had at least one the complaint and 44 had exactly 2 of the complaint how
  41. reimbursement methodologies

    Can anyone please assist me, I need the anwser to this question-- Mrs. Hall was admitted to the hospital for the first time this year on September 15. On September 25, she was transferred to a skilled nursing facility where she stayed until October 30. She
  42. English application letter

    Please help me with my application letter I am so confused I have to make an application letter based on this ad Office assisant for a small independent medical laboratory. Duties include scheduling appointments, data enrty maintaing medical records,
  43. Pysichal Therapy Aide

    A PTA CAN ASK A SW TO HELP WITH ALL OF THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT: A. TO THE PATIENT'S HOME ENVIRONMENT AND INSTRUCT THE PATIENT AT DISCHARGE FROM THE HOSPITAL B. TO ARRANGE FOR HOME HEALTH SERVICES AT THE PATIENT DISCHARGED FROM THE HOSPITAL C. TO ARRANGE FOR
  44. English Help Please!!! Check!!

    Concision Rewrite the sentences using concision techniques (replacing phrases with words, combining sentences, etc.) discussed in class to simply these wordy sentences. a)Your explanation concerning your comatose state during the required reporting period
  45. Mathematics

    In a survey of the 100 out-patients who reported at the hospital one day , it was found out that 70 complained of fever, 50 complained of stomach ache and 30 were injured.All 100 patients had at least one of the complaints and 44 had exactly two of the
  46. Business

    Describe how you might conduct a stakeholder impact analysis of Scenario 1 of Appendix B using each of the stakeholder impact analysis approaches: moral standards, 5-question, and Pastin’s approach. This is the scenario. A prominent developer has
  47. Business

    Can anyone help me with this please? Describe how you might conduct a stakeholder impact analysis of Scenario 1 of Appendix B using each of the stakeholder impact analysis approaches: moral standards, 5-question, and Pastin’s approach. This is the
  48. American Gov.

    Which of the following does the free exercise clause of the first amendment protect? a. Teacher-led prayers in schools b. attending church c. the establishment of a state religion d. nurses reading the Bible to patients in a public hospital. My answer is
  49. binomial distribution

    hey, i'd really appreciate some help with this question: A medical treatment is successful 75% of the time. A hospital wishes to treat a group of patients. How many patients should they take so that the probablity that all are cured is 1/10? I know that
  50. business law

    CASE PROBLEM: Three brothers inherited a small paper-supply business from their father, who had operated the business as a sole proprietorship. The brothers decided to incorporate under the name Miwa Corp. and retained an attorney to draw up the necessary
  51. Literacy

    2. Utilizing the publication search function on EDSeek's Home page, which of the following companies publishes Pediatric Nursing? A. Royal College of Nursing Publishing Company B. Elsevier Science Publishers C. Jannetti Publications, Inc. D. Advanstar
  52. Literacy

    Utilizing the publication search function on EDSeek's Home page, which of the following companies publishes Pediatric Nursing? A. Elsevier Science Publishers B. Advanstar Communications, Inc. C. Royal College of Nursing Publishing Company D. Jannetti
  53. Math

    there are 240 patients in a hospital with health insurance, while 60 patients are without health insurance. write a simplified ratio to express the number of insured patients to the number without insurance
  54. English

    1. It was great fun last weekend for you to visit our nursing home. 2. Your visiting our nursing home was great fun last weekend. 3. The visit was great fun last weekend. 4. Visiting our nursing home was great fun last weekend. (Are they all grammatical
  55. Accounting

    I am very lost on this one can anyone please help me? In this scenario, how would you conduct a stakeholder impact analysis using the stakeholder impact analysis approaches methods: moral standards and 5-question? The mayor of a small seaside town faces a
  56. English

    Posted by rfvv on Wednesday, September 3, 2014 at 7:22am. Posted by rfvv on Friday, August 29, 2014 at 11:22pm. 1.Thank you for visiting our nursing home. It was great fun last weekend. ------------------------ In Sentence 1, what does 'It" refer to? 2.
  57. hsm210

    Scenario 3: Caring for the HomelessYou are a case manager in a community mental health center. Many of your clients are homeless and have either mental disorders or substance abuse and health problems. Health problems among the homeless are exacerbated by
  58. Accounting

    Describe how you might conduct a stakeholder impact analysis of this scenario using the stakeholder impact analysis approaches: moral standards, 5-question, and the Pastin’s approach methods. The mayor of a small seaside town faces a tough decision. A
  59. English

    Posted by rfvv on Friday, August 29, 2014 at 11:22pm. 1.Thank you for visiting our nursing home. It was great fun last weekend. ------------------------ In Sentence 1, what does 'It" refer to? 2. Look at the elderly person. 3. Look at the elderly people.
  60. Accounting-business

    Can anyone help me with this please? Describe how you might conduct a stakeholder impact analysis of Scenario 1 of Appendix B using each of the stakeholder impact analysis approaches: moral standards, 5-question, and Pastin’s approach. This is the
  61. Health

    Describe the new risk management processes at a nursing home in relation to state and federal mandates? I am thinking fire, tornado, hurricane disaster preparedness processes. Am I right? Which site can I get information?
  62. hca210

    Medicaid covers much of the cost of long-term care. A lot of patients spend all their money for nursing home coverage until they qualify for Medicaid. This is called "spend down" and is quite common among the elderly. Class, can you think of more efficient
  63. English

    Posted by rfvv on Wednesday, September 3, 2014 at 8:31am. 1. It was great fun last weekend for you to visit our nursing home. 2. Your visiting our nursing home was great fun last weekend. 3. The visit was great fun last weekend. 4. Visiting our nursing
  64. English (Need help rephrasing)

    Can you please help me rephrase this? I have completed over 150 volunteer hours at {name} Hospital. Delivering and filing medical transcriptions is one of my favorite jobs. Through this work, I was able to explore every part of the hospital while having
  65. English

    1. What did Bora want to do? - She wanted to do volunteer work. 2. Where do her friends usually volunteer? - They usually volunteer at libraries or town halls. 3. Did Bora want to volunteer at a library or a town hall? - No, she didn't. 4. Who told Bora
  66. English - Native speakers

    Hello! I am trying to figure out one of the most difficult thing in English - articles. So I have one question: Do we say I'm leaving home (Would people know that home means the place where we live?) Or is it correct I'm leaving the home? I personally
  67. Grade 10 Math

    A hospital plans to build a wheelchair ramp. It's slope must be less than 1/12 . The entrance to the hospital is 70cm above the ground. What is the minimum horizontal distance needed for the ramp?
  68. 12th grade

    Population: Patients at Toronto Hospitals(Population size-- 100,000) Topic: Quality of Service You are to conduct a survey on the above population to gather information upon the indicated topic. For this assignment, you must: 1.Describe a muti-stage
  69. nursing

    what aresome experiences a surgical unit in a hospital may see with critical nursing shortages
  70. ALG WORD PROBLEM

    Loan Mixture: A student takes out a total of $5000 in three loans: one subsidized, one unsubsidized, and one from the parents of the student. The subsidized loan is $200 more than the combined total of the unsubsidized and parent loans. The unsubsidized
  71. ALG WORD PROBLEM

    Loan Mixture: A student takes out a total of $5000 in three loans: one subsidized, one unsubsidized, and one from the parents of the student. The subsidized loan is $200 more than the combined total of the unsubsidized and parent loans. The unsubsidized
  72. financial mgmt

    the admitting department at Kriz hospital processed 1,000 patients last month. a total of 2,500 admitting personnel hours were consumed in processing the patients. The cost of the admitting dept. were $50,000. What are 2 possible allocation bases and
  73. financial mgmt

    the admitting department at Kriz hospital processed 1,000 patients last month. a total of 2,500 admitting personnel hours were consumed in processing the patients. The cost of the admitting dept. were $50,000. What are 2 possible allocation bases and
  74. English

    Posted by rfvv on Sunday, October 10, 2010 at 9:17pm. 1. What does a candy striper do at the hospital? (Does the hospital mean a specific hospital where she is working or any hospital(in generic use)? English - Ms. Sue, Sunday, October 10, 2010 at 9:27pm
  75. HCA 210

    Describe at least two roles of medical staff and two roles of hospital administration that you consider most important. (Medical and Clin ical staffs, such as physicians and nurses, have roles and responsibilities different from those of hospital
  76. Check This Statistics Homework

    1.) Based on a survey of a few thousand people, a newspaper reporter wants to draw conclusions about how a country’s citizens in general feel about the war in Iraq. At this point, is the reporter mainly concerned with data production, displaying and
  77. Statistics

    Are my answers correct? Thanks! 1.) Based on a survey of a few thousand people, a newspaper reporter wants to draw conclusions about how a country’s citizens in general feel about the war in Iraq. At this point, is the reporter mainly concerned with data
  78. Statistics

    Are my answers correct? Thanks! 1.) Based on a survey of a few thousand people, a newspaper reporter wants to draw conclusions about how a country’s citizens in general feel about the war in Iraq. At this point, is the reporter mainly concerned with data
  79. mathematics

    A catering company charges $300 plus $40 per guest for a wedding. Sarah and Eric do not want to spend more than $5,000 on catering. Write and solve an inequality in terms of the number of guests, g, that can be invited.
  80. business

    New Orleans’s Mt. Sinai Hospital is a large, private, 600-bed facility complete with laboratories, operating rooms, and X-ray equipment. In seeking to increase revenues, Mt.Sinai’s administration has decided to make a 90-bedadditiononaportionofadjacent
  81. college

    On january 1, 2007 yarrow corp. had 1000000 shares of common stock outstanding. on march 1 the corp had issued 15000 new shares to raise additional capital. on july 1 the corp. declared and issued a 2 for 1 stock split. on october 1 the corp. purchased on
  82. statistics

    A group of 5 patients treated with a medicine 'A' aeigh 42,3,9,48,60 and 4r kg; a second group of 7 patients from the same hospital treated with medicine 'B' weigh 38,42,56,64,68,69 and 62 kg.Do you agree with the claim that medicine 'B' increases the
  83. Fed Tax

    Locust Corp desires to set up a distribution facility in a southern state. After consideration negotiations with a small town in Alabama, Locust accepts the following offer: land (fair market value of $3 million) and cash of $1 million. a) How much gain,
  84. algebra

    the number of cats that are homeless can be modeled by the equation N= 2.1t squared - 82t + 95 where N is the number of cats that are homeless and t=0 set as the current year.Use the quadratic model to find the number of years from now until the number of
  85. Epidimiology

    In a hypothetical study, 1000 patients attending a hospital general outpatient department were tested for diabetes using the following two tests:  Fasting blood sugar (FBS)  Glucose tolerance test (GTT) There were 100 patients who had a positive GTT,
  86. Please Help ..!Math

    70 patients in a hospital consume 1350 liters of milk in 30 days. At the same rate, how many patients will consume 1710 liters in 28 days?
  87. Research Writing

    Anyone know of any reliable websites for Research on topic Homeless. Civil Right and Hate crimes of the homeless
  88. ALGEBRA 2

    For a certain type of hay fever, Medicine H has a 30% probability of working. In which distributions does the variable X have a binomial distribution? Select each correct answer. When the medicine is tried with six patients, X is the number of patients for
  89. Algebra 2

    For a certain type of hay fever, Medicine H has a 30% probability of working. In which distributions does the variable X have a binomial distribution? Select each correct answer. When the medicine is tried with six patients, X is the number of patients for
  90. accounting

    I need help to understand what is being needed.Determine the ethical course of action for the following three scenarios from the perspective of each of the three philosophical approaches: consequentialism, deontology, and virtue ethics. Then, complete the
  91. Algebra

    A drug trial is testing the effectiveness of two drugs, If 50 patients are given Drug A, 20 patients are given Drug B, and 100 patients are given a placebo, what is the probability that a patient will NOT be given a placebo? a. 10/17 b. 7/17 c. 5/17 d.
  92. HEALTH

    Which of the following is a government-owned, federal facility? A. Veterens Administration Hospital B. Jones County Hospital C. State medical center D. City Health Clinic my thoughts are c
  93. English

    What kind of work did you do as a volunteer? 1. I helped the handicapped take baths and have meals. 1-1. I helped an handicapped person take baths and have meals. 2. I went to a hospital and took care of patients there by taking them outside in wheelchairs
  94. English

    In the short story Homeless by Anna Quindlen what distinction is she making in hjer conclusion with the sentences "They are not homeless. They are people who have no homes"?
  95. communication

    Today I walked in to one of the staff elevators at my hospital. A physician was on the phone, apparently with his office, talking in detail about one of his cases. He was using the patients' name and other descriptive information. The physician kept
  96. Statistic

    Use a Confidence Interval to Solve Each Problem 1-3 1. Graduates of a two year associate degree nursing program (AND) and graduates of a four year baccalaureate nursing program (BSN) both take the same certificate exam for licensure as a registered nurse.
  97. Statistic

    Graduates of a two year associate degree nursing program (AND) and graduates of a four year baccalaureate nursing program (BSN) both take the same certificate exam for licensure as a registered nurse. It has been argued that the two year program is too
  98. medical info mangement

    Morris Wesley Hospital is a multi-facility, for-profit hospital. What type of owneship is this ? 1.Church affiliated 2. Federal 3. State 4. Non-governmet proprietary I picked 4 please check my answer thanks
  99. healthcare

    Many Americans hospitals have wound up employing family practice physicians or establishing contract management arrangements for their practices. Most hospitals that employ doctors have found that they are losing money on office operations. In essence, the
  100. healthcare

    Many Americans hospitals have wound up employing family practice physicians or establishing contract management arrangements for their practices. Most hospitals that employ doctors have found that they are losing money on office operations. In essence, the

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