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Technology has played a big role in the health industry, but what miracle to expect from it is still an unanswered question. References Jie Chen, P. C. (2016, April 6). Personalized Strategies to Activate and Empower Patients in Health Care and Reduce Health Disparities. Retrieved from Health Education & Behavior: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1090198115579415 Kim Lamonta, K. S.-G. (2015, October 29). Short message service (SMS) as an educational tool during pregnancy:
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Direct-to-consumer pharmaceutical advertising (DCTPA) is used by pharmaceutical companies to help promote their prescription drugs directly to patients through various media outlets (Ventola 2011). There are various types of direct-to-consumer drug advertisements, including: the help-seeking ad, the reminder ad, and the product claim ad, all of which provide information about a particular drug or offer medical condition information to be used in the discussion with a physician. The most common DCTPA advertisement is the
Health information exchange model and standards Health information exchange (HIE) is defined as “the electronic movement of health-related information among organizations according to nationally recognized standards” . Occasionally, HIE is also called health information network (HIN). HIE lets doctors, pharmacists, nurses, radiologists, lab technicians and other health care providers and patients to properly access and securely share a patient’s vital medical information electronically. This will lead to an improving in the safety, cost, speed and quality of patient care. The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act, enacted as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) , was signed
DUE programs play a important role in helping managed health care systems to understand, interpret, review and improve the pattern of prescribing, administration and usage of medications. Employers and health plans find DUE programs effective since the outcomes are used to foster more effective use of scarce health care resources. Pharmacists play a important role in this process because of their skill in the area of drug therapy management. DUE affords the managed care pharmacist the chance to identify trends in prescribing within community of patients whether by pathological-state such as those with asthma, diabetes or high blood pressure, or by medication-specific criteria. Pharmacists can then, in association with prescribers and other members of the health care team, start the action to improve medication therapy for patients.
Chapter 33, pp.900-938. Intervention: A search of MEDLINE, CINAHL, and PantherCat Online Catalogue of UWM database, PsycInfo, Cochrane Database, and Social Services Abstracts was conducted to retrieve literature published from 1988 to 2006. Outcome: .
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Discuss the pros and cons of healthcare costs being passed on to employees from the employers. The costs in healthcare have been parasitizing to a major extent on the family budget for almost a decade. So much so that it has impacted their capacity to afford day to day necessities in life. The employees have huge debts on their credit card which makes them decrease their retirement and other savings so as to pay for the debts in healthcare (“Rising…”2015).