Strengths: Jon greets the client in a polite and professional tone. Awesome job circling back to verify the last 4 SSN to assist the client in correcting the error when signing in. Inch: Concluding the call- Jon does not inquire if there are any other questions/ concerns prior to ending the call.
Pioneer Human Services: Strategic Plan Analyzation Introduction Since it was first established as a half-way house in 1963 by Jack Dalton, Pioneer Humans Services (PHS) has grown to over 60 facilities throughout the state of Washington, and it continues to expand in its scope and influence by opening three additional facilities over the past 12 months. Traditionally speaking, most Non-Profit Organizations (NPOs) emphasize a specific service (i.e. healthcare, mental health, veteran’s affairs, etc.) , however PHS bucks the trend through is expansive and diverse service offerings. Currently, PHS conducts counseling and treatments services for patients suffering from mental health and addiction, while also emphasizing youth and family therapy.
A resident assistant is supposed to provide a safe, welcoming environment where residents feel free to communicate and express themselves. My biggest strength that relates to the roles of the RA position is being able to Communicate effectively. I am a Communication major, and I have learned to speak in public, and speak in a manner that is both understandable and clear. I have been told many times before that I have a great sense of humor and extremely creative. Being creative is a key strength in the role of an RA as well as a sense of humor because these are the traits that will bring a community of students, students who probably don't know each other well, together as well as conduct fun educational programs that will engage each resident.
The evidences are available by looking at any Canadian television news, newspaper or news-oriented radio channels. “The major argument is about two modules of health care system which are having the fully public health care system or having some private sector as well as public sector.” (Wickens, 2000, 26). Many factors support the idea of having
Healthcare insurance have developed over years since it started since 1920 and that was a route for HMO. Healthcare insurance may be private like blue cross and public like Medicare, Medicaid. Most far reaching private health insurance programs take care of the expense of standard, preventive, and crisis human services techniques, furthermore most professionally prescribed medications, yet this was not generally the situation. The ascent of private protection was joined by the slow extension of open protection programs for the individuals who couldn 't secure scope through the business sector. For example, When an injured person goes to the emergency room and receives treatment, he has to pay for the treatment even if he has an insurance the hospital bills goes to the insurance or to the center of Medicare and Medicaid services and if he does not have any insurance he has pay from his pocket and if he is not able to pay it hospitals may write off the payment or payment is paid by some charity.
What is the projected demand for workers in the health care field over the next 20 years? The demand for primary care services has stimulated the training of nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and certified nurse midwives who can deliver basic primary care to patients without access to primary care physicians. How does the aging of the population, health insurance reimbursement, and consumer demand impact the practice patterns of health care clinicians? A physician shortage is expected by 2020, primarily driven by the demand for physician services.
I. Strengths of TARGET Corporation Target Corporation is one of the largest and oldest public discount retailing company operate in the United States. The company founded in 1902’s by George Dayton (as also known as Dayton Dry Goods in 1962’s). Target store has a huge store footprint and enjoys considerable brand recognition. Target’s portfolio of owned and exclusive brands is also its strength, which allow retailer to a valuable differentiating lover in high competitive retail environment.
SMART marketing objectives for a hospitality and tourism business: From the brief meeting, Mr Ramesh summarized the main objectives of the Village Hotel Bugis will coincide with the Group’s mission statement. (i) To develop an enterprise and operate the businesses by serving with grace and love, integrity and honesty (ii) To inspire better lives to all stakeholders using the core values of BUILD (iii) To market VHB is a destination of pleasure and business with its unique characteristics of its locality. 2. Marketing plan development for a hospitality organization: Marketinng audit ( PEST ): PEST analysis is a simple widely used tool that helps to analyze the Political, Economic, Social- cultural, Technological changes in the business environment. Let’s see how The Village Hotel uses PEST analysis to their business.
Between 1965 and 1980 number of community hospitals increased from 5,736 (741,000 beds) to 5,830 (988,000 beds) and the admission rate has increased from 130 to154 (AHA, 1990). Role of Government in the Decline of Hospitals There has been a tremendous shift and downfall in the hospital growth since the mid-1980s to almost 2005 and this shift is because of decreased utilization of inpatient services and increased use of outpatient services. The three main forces responsible for this shift are the changes in hospital reimbursement, the impact of managed care, hospital closures (Shi. L and Singh.
Strategic planning for retention of nursing staff using SWOT analysis. Strengths and weaknesses are often internal to organization, while opportunities and threats generally relate to external factors. For this reason, SWOT is sometimes called Internal-External Analysis and the SWOT Matrix is sometimes called an IE Matrix. The first step in SWOT is strength of the organization for retention of nursing staff. To develop a retention strategy is identifying the factors that motivate nurses to stay.
Public health insurance assures that, since it decreases the gap between social levels as there is no discrimination between rich and poor. According to article (12) in the library of human rights session number (22) “it's the right for every citizen to enjoy the luxury health and receive the highest medication”. Public hospitals provide that by making its number one aim to treat the patient and make sure that the patient has received proper medication without caring about what payments will be paid and what luxuries will be provided according to the paid amount. “The right of each citizen to have an appropriate acces to health care should be based on their needs and not on their ability to pay costs for such care” confirmed by the paper of health and population provided in the eighth national
India has multiple players in the healthcare segment but there is a huge gap in the demand and number players in the market. Also, considering the growth potential projected in the next few years, it is a highly attractive industry for the existing players. Considering government hospitals as incumbents: This does not impact the industry attractiveness for private players by much because of following reasons in urban areas. Accessibility in terms of commuting and waiting time is much more in govt.
Health care cost has seen to increase gradually as years go by. This has been influenced by major factors such as political influence, emerging chronic diseases, new procedures that are coming up including the technologies being invented for treating illnesses, pricing of medicines and treatment is not regulated and when treating ailment their may arise repetition of tests or a patient gets over treated for a particular ailment. The cost of healthcare has increased due to chronic diseases such as cancer and diabetes etc. The lifestyle people are living in this generation has led to the development of diseases that are expensive to treat or has led to there being over treatment in such for a cure of a particular ailment.
The farmers and the poor always are unable to get the sufficient health care. Secondly, the problem is the imbalance of illness 's prevention between medical resources. For a long time, prevention approaches are not well implemented, cure light-proof and lack of government investment in public health and public health system is weak. This situation seriously limited the capacity of service and did not achieve the desired benefits of disease prevention
Q1.a When talking about environment in general, we think of the surrounding things that have an ability to affect. Same is applied with marketing environment. Marketing environment is the collection of all of the surrounding actors and forces that have the power to affect the company 's ability to do its job in having good relationship with target customers and satisfying their needs (Kotler, Armstong, Tolba, Habib, (2011). Marketing environment consists of internal and external factors that have direct affect on the marketing program. Internal factors (or the microenvironment) are the ones closed to the company, for instance, the company, it 's suppliers, the marketing intermediaries, competitors, public and customers.