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Benefits of an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) - Pace of technology adoption depends on perceived benefits in using technology. “Mr. Bush declared that every American should have an electronic medical record within 2014” (Pear, 2007). The goal was to move to EHR systems by year 2014. When President Obama took over he reinforced this goal and announced $20 billion in stimulus money to implement electronic record systems (Marcus & Nussbaum, 2009).According to an article by New England Journal of Medicine, EHR systems are widely adopted in countries like Europe, Australia but it is only fully adopted by 4 % of American physicians (Hoffmann, 2009)....   [tags: Electronic Medical Record] 1244 words
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The Record and Information Management Program (RIM) - Introduction: The final chapter that will be cover is, “the record and information management program (RIM). (381) In this stage of expanding our knowledge we need to exam and discuss all components of RIM. The goal of learning this information will be to have a career in this field of study. Part of this discuss will be elaborating on the responsibilities, purpose, and guidelines in the RIM program. A considerable amount of companies in todays, business environment have a back-up plan guard against natural disasters and system malfunctions....   [tags: record storage, retention, destruction, recovery]
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Difficulties of the Upcoming Electronic Health Record System - Introduction In recent years, a tremendous growth in the internet raises concerns to perform all the tasks electronically which saves our time and effort. Nowadays, most of the business organizations are doing their businesses electronically and the software industries are trying to update and convert their software which able to work in online. People can buy airline tickets and check in to flights through online, buying goods on the web, and even get degrees from online. However, in spite of these advanced developments in our country, the majority of the patients are given handwritten medical prescriptions, and only a small number of patients are capable to email their medical doctor or t...   [tags: medical record syncronization] 2121 words
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Archeological Studies: Why Do We Discount Children in the Archaeological Record? - Archaeological studies of the paleolithic record commonly neglect to mention the or study in depth the children of the culture/time period in question. It is important to study children, because they can tell us a lot about the culture they lived in and the adults of that era. Sometimes studying children is problematic because of terminology and stuff, but there are a few things we know for sure. If we apply this reasoning to the study of neanderthals, we can learn more about the lives of neanderthals....   [tags: neanderthals, paleolithic record] 952 words
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The Electronic Health Record Mandate - The National Electronic Health Record Mandate “An electronic health record (EHR) is a digital version of a patient’s paper chart. EHRs are real-time, patient-centered records that make information available instantly and securely to authorized users.” (healthit.gov) The EHR mandate was created “to share information with other health care providers and organizations – such as laboratories, specialists, medical imaging facilities, pharmacies, emergency facilities, and school and workplace clinics – so they contain information from all clinicians involved in a patient’s care.” ("Providers & Professionals | HealthIT.gov", n.d., p....   [tags: health, human services, medical records]
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The Albanian Electronic Health Record - Abstract. The issue of Electronic Health Records interoperability can be seen as very important at the beginning of conception or as an emergency associated with high impact in quality of care, and costs if left to be solved at an advanced stage of the process. This paper tends to analyze the Albanian situation in EHR interoperability and identify the major deficiencies. This case is complicated even more from the country population structure and emigration. A large part of population is living and working in western European countries bringing the question of their electronic records interoperability....   [tags: Health Care ]
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Goals of Record Producer - Here comes Pharrell (record producer/music artist) on the radio with a new snazzy song. The song is such a hit that it has great vibes and a flowing rhythm. But wait, how does Pharrell create a song that is so attractive to your ears. A record producer would be able to answer the questions and help explain why Pharrell song is so brilliant. Record Producer is a great career to get into because they create new types of music and meet new or highly known musicians. Even though you have to learn new instruments it’s a great opportunity to create music....   [tags: music, beats, competitive] 740 words
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Electonic Health Record Paper - Electronic Health Record Paper Introduction According to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), “an EHR is an electronic version of a patients medical history, that is maintained by the provider over time, and may include all of the key administrative clinical data relevant to that persons care under a particular provider, including demographics, progress notes, problems, medications, vital signs, past medical history, immunizations, laboratory data and radiology reports”....   [tags: patient, care, mandate, facility] 811 words
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Sport Record - Sport Record The founding father of the Olympic Movement, Pierre de Coubertin, referred to the sport record as having the same function in the ideology of Olympism as the principle of gravity in Newtonian mechanics (Loland 1995). The record was, so to speak, the eternal axiom of sport. No doubt, Coubertin was right in many ways. The fascination for records is a key element in our fascination for sports. Records are the stuff of which legends and myths are made. Johnny Weissmuller's 1924 one hundred meter freestyle swim under the minute, Wilma Rudolph's fabulous sprint records from the early 1960s, and Michael Johnson's explosive two hundred meter record run at the 1996 Atlanta Games, are al...   [tags: Sports Records Papers]
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Electronic Medical Record - 1.0 Name of the system Electronic Medical Record (Clinic) 2.0 Summary Although the technology is kept on advancing from day to day, there are some clinics that are still using old method in handling their records. Piles of files in registry counter sometimes make the place looks messy and it takes a large space to store all the records of their patients. Sometimes, they cannot find a record due to misplace and the records might be lost. Each time they want to retrieve the records, they have to find based on the series number which sometimes the file is placed not according to the series number....   [tags: Problems & Solution]
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Electronic Medical Record - Approximately seventy five percent of Ontarians have an electronic medical record and roughly 10,000 Ontario physicians are using them to improve patient care, enhance health outcomes and increase patient safety. The Electronic Patient Record (EPR) is UHN’s standard Clinical Desktop application developed by Shared Information Management Services (SIMS) which provides healthcare professionals with quick and easy access to integrated patient records available in real time. It includes access to more than one patient record at a time as well as access to other applications....   [tags: Health, reducing medical error]
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Electronic Health Record - Present day electronic health record is a culmination of decades of effort put forth to digitizing health records. However, the goal, to compile patient medical history so it can be readily viewed and managed in one place is yet to be fully realized. The first EHR systems, circa 1960s, were known as clinical information systems and influenced later systems because their processing speed and flexibility allowed many users in the system at once [3]. Around the same time, the University of Utah and 3M jointly developed Health Evaluation through Logical Processing (HELP), one of the first clinical decision support systems....   [tags: Medical Technology ]
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Electronic Health Record - After decades of paper based medical records, a new type of record keeping has surfaced - the Electronic Health Record (EHR). EHR is an electronic or digital format concept of an individual’s past and present medical history. It is the principle storage place for data and information about the health care services provided to an individual patient. It is maintained by a provider over time and capable of being shared across different healthcare settings by network-connected information systems. Such records may include key administrative and clinical data relevant to that persons care under a particular provider....   [tags: Information Technology ]
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Medical Record Security - Medical Record Security In the world of technology there are many types of threats to be considered when a hospital or health care facility depends on keeping their clients personal information private and safe from unauthorized people from viewing. When information safety, and regulations are considered by a healthcare facility it is held at high regards and high standards to assure that there is no chance of any information being leaked that should have been protected. A patients personal information should be kept safe from any unauthorized person from viewing, because a patients personal medical records can be used maliciously if it is viewed by anyone who is not authorized to view the i...   [tags: Network Security Privacy]
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Sugarcult’s Record Rundown - Sugarcult’s Record Rundown The band has been implemented into dozens of both TV and movie soundtracks due to their innate ability to produce music the masses can relate to. The Santa Barbara band will always be able to produce both studio and live albums because of their strong following around the globe. Japan has been particularly supportive of Sugarcult and in turn the group has rewarded them with great music. Regardless of how many side projects Marko DeSantis is involved in showing his countless facets of skill he will continue to work with Sugarcult because there is no band that can hold a candle to the group....   [tags: Music Review] 1242 words
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The Medical Transcriptionist and Medical Record Privacy - In today’s age of electronics and gadgets it is harder than ever to keep medical records private especially when you work from home. It is very important that medical transcriptionists take care of the information they work with as top secret, and guard it from anyone not permitted to have this information. We cannot talk about our day at work like most people, we cannot even share amusing stories at a dinner party or at girls night out. As a medical transcriptionist, it is very important that we keep a high level of ethics for both professional and legal reasons....   [tags: Medical Ethics ]
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African American History in A Red Record - A Red Record Slavery is one of America’s biggest regrets. Treating a human with the same beating heart as a low, worthless piece of trash only because of skin color is a fact that will forever remain in our country’s history. Those marked as slaves were sold, tortured, demoralized, raped and killed. After the Emancipation in which slavery was illegalized, many would think that the horrors were over and that America as a whole started a new leaf. Unfortunately, the man of the South, refusing to move forward tried to keep the colored man down as best they could....   [tags: torturing, unfairness, mistakes]
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Nursing: The Electronic Patient Record (EPR) - Introduction Approximately seventy five percent of Ontarians have an electronic medical record and roughly 10,000 Ontario physicians are using them to improve patient care, enhance health outcomes and increase patient safety. The Electronic Patient Record (EPR) is UHN’s standard Clinical Desktop application developed by the UHN’s Shared Information Management Services (SIMS). It allows healthcare professionals quick and easy real time access to more than one patient record as well as easy access to other integrated applications....   [tags: ontarians, physicians, patient care]
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Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record - According to the National Alliance for Health Information Technology (2008) and the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) (2012), the personal health record (PHR) is defined as the individual lifelong electronic health records. Its features are electronic, readily available, personal control, standardization, resource sharing, and portability. Although the PCEHR is currently being implemented in several countries of the world, it still has many controversial disadvantages. Hoy, Yoshihashi, & Bailey, 2012) mention that some of the ideal functions of PHR, include patient controlled, longitudinal record, interoperable and resource sharing, portability, automated input of cl...   [tags: healthcare tools, strategies]
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Counselor´s Record Keeping System - ... Her records are much secured, physically and electronically, thus protected by the same confidentiality and privacy laws. Most counseling centers have patients that see more than one counselor; it can be a psychologist and a counselor depending on the issue at hand. In this case there will be sharing of information in order to be able to consult with each other to deliver and provide effective services. The only members that can access Josephine’s information will be the Professional staff members and the information that can be access are test data, clinical progress notes and any other clinical information in her file....   [tags: consent, act, session, history, contact] 802 words
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National Electronic Healthcare Records Mandate - The national Electronic Healthcare Records (EHR) mandate requires an electronic compilation of a person’s medical history. The purpose is to provide healthcare providers accurate, up-to-date information about a patients’ health between facilities. In 2004, laws were enacted to promote the successful implementation of this mandate within ten years. Patient records are stored electronically, which would give other healthcare facilities full access to a wide range of valuable information, previously only available through patient reports or numerous requests....   [tags: Electronic Medical Record]
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The Record Companies' Decrease in Sales - The Record Companies' Decrease in Sales The music business is experiencing a recession where record sales are reaching all-time lows. All record companies have in the last few years experienced a considerable decrease in sales. Finding the cause or causes of this has naturally become a major concern for all of them. Some blame the recession in the West in general, but that can hardly explain why one industry is losing out so much more than others. Music today is less from the heart than it used to be only ten years ago....   [tags: Music] 615 words
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Information Management: The Medical Record as a Legal Document - In order for hospitals and other health care facilities to prevent the thousands of deaths and injuries that occur every year due to medical errors; health care systems were required to implement new record keeping technology. This technology has made patient information and treatment accessible to all who needed to see it. This is especially important when a patient has more than one attending physician and their care relies on each doctor knowing what the other one has done, serving as the prime communication tool between doctors....   [tags: IT Security]
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Privacy and Security Risks for the Electronic Health Record - In most cases privacy and security risks apply to both paper and electronic records. With the growing demand for the electronic health record (EHR) system, the transfer from paper to electronic can be risky. For this project we were asked to compare and contrast the security issues between maintenance of paper medical records and the EHR system, also we were asked to discuss what requirements and issues need to be considered when doing a conversion to an EHR. Inappropriate access is one of the most common ways a patient’s record is at risk....   [tags: Health Care]
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The Integration of Electronic Health Record Systems in Healthcare Settings - The integration of electronic health record systems in healthcare settings has brought forth unfathomable capabilities. Quality patient care, along with decreased medical errors only names a few of the incredible improvements being made. Determining the cost-effectiveness of implementing a health information system in a large, medium, and small scaled facility is analyzed. Ethical issues along with legalities and advantages are discussed in this paper. Financial considerations A key issue to the implementation of electronic health records rests on unresolved issues and who ultimately is responsible for costs....   [tags: quality patient care, privacy]
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Darwin's Theories vs. The Fossil Record: A Philosophic Challenge - Did you know the odds of proteins necessary to create a strand of DNA lining up in order naturally are only once in 4x10022 years (Werner 104). That’s highly improbable. Darwin didn’t anticipate that future discoveries would disprove the fundamental tenants of his theory of evolution. Modern science is repeatedly uncovering evidence that suggests that Darwinian evolution could not be the explanation for life on earth. The theory of evolution, proposed by Darwin, has been increasingly disproved due to its reliance on an implausible claim of spontaneous generation, gaps in the fossil record for which evolution lacks explanations, and contradicting scientific discoveries that overturn concepts...   [tags: Biology]
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The Pros and Cons of an Electronic Health Record (EHR) System - Did you ever think about how much time is spent on computers and the internet. It is estimated that the average adult will spend over five hours per day online or with digital media according to Emarketer.com. This is a significant amount; taking into consideration the internet has not always been this easily accessible. The world that we live in is slowly or quickly however you look at it: becoming technology based and it is shifting the way we live. With each day more and more people use social media, shop online, run businesses, take online classes, play games, the list is endless....   [tags: Pro Con Essays]
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Documenting the Process to Record Equity in Financial Statements - This narrative is to document the process to record equity in the financial statements. Gibson Energy ULC currently is not a publicly traded corporation and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Gibson Energy Holding ULC who is an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of R/C Guitar Cooperatief U.A., a Dutch co-op owned by investment funds affiliated with Riverstone Holdings LLC. As a result, the risks associated with recording share activity is low due to limited transactions and the process to record Share Capital is covered under the sub-process ‘Journal Entries’ documented in the Corporate Reporting Process Narrative....   [tags: Finance] 1038 words
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Implementing Medical Record Software Systems in a Hospital - Implementing an electronic medical record software system into a critical access hospital or a large multi-hospital/ clinic health system from a 100% paper documenting system can take time, money, and patience. The appropriate, knowledgeable people need to be available for this type of transition to take place. There are federal guidelines that have to be met for an electronic medical record software to be implemented. Meaningful use has to be established in order to pick the appropriate software....   [tags: Health, Information, Nursing] 1939 words
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Electronic Health Record Business Case Research Analysis - Electronic Health Record Business Case Research Analysis Healthcare is a prevailing topic of today’s conversation. People want and need better access to care. Electronic Health Reports provide access to better care because their implementation and use is considered to be of greatest importance for reducing medical errors and improving the quality of service that patients receive (Song et al. 2011). The traditional paper-based record keeping system will be a thing of the past as the US healthcare delivery system makes a shift to electronic record keeping....   [tags: Research Analysis ]
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Beatlemania: Paul's Death, Playing the Record Backward, and Fans - Everyone was going crazy because of The Beatles. Beatlemania was defined by the multitude of crazed young women obsessed with this new rock 'n roll band. It began in 1963 and continued until they broke up in 1970. In 1969, a listener of WKNR-FM called in and made a comment that shocked the world: Paul McCartney, one of the four Beatles, was dead. The caller, who gave only the name Tom as an identity, claimed that in 1966, McCartney had been in a fatal car accident, but it had been withheld from the public to avoid riots and other mayhem by grief-stricken fans....   [tags: Music, The Beatles,] 1430 words
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Electronic Personal Health Record - Implementation Piece - Implementation The decision has been made; our proposal for an electronic personal health record (EPHR) application (ap) has been accepted by the organization. Careful selection, contracting, planning, and training, are essential to successful implementation. (Esper, Procan, Henderson, Becker, Avitzur & Hier, 2010) Now the implementation phase will begin. Any change involving a quality improvement program is a major undertaking. The organizations’ culture will determine how decisions will get made and work will get done....   [tags: Business Plan]
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Setting the Record Straight in History - To invoke a change in the viewpoints of a society all forms of communication must be used to persuade the masses; when it comes to slavery, it is supported in the literary form by The Heroic Slave by Fredrick Douglass. Douglass writes this fictional novella in such a way that our hero, Madison Washington, becomes a symbol of the trials and tribulations that slaves go through while Mr. Listwell, a white abolitionist, is a symbol of the change that is needed by white Americans. This novella is an attempt to show African Americans and whites alike that freedom must and does come from non-violent methods, through creating a sensational story that personifies the anti-slavery movement into the ch...   [tags: slave, perspective, settings, hero, trails] 1705 words
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Napster vs. Record Companies - Napster vs. Record Companies The evolution of technologies associated with the Internet has had a great influence on our society by allowing its users to access a great variety of valuable resources without leaving the comfort of their home. Simply by connecting our computer to a server through our phone lines, we are given an endless choice of what to do with our time online. We could purchase items ranging from books and tickets to sporting events and concerts to electronics and clothing. We can entertain ourselves with pornography or just listen to radio stations in foreign countries....   [tags: Papers] 685 words
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Records are Valuable Resource and Assets for Organizations - According to Elizabeth Shepherd in journal “Why are Records in public sector organizational assets?” stated that record is recorded evidence of an activity that is of an action undertaken by an individual or a work group in the course of their business, which results in a definable outcome. A record is not defined by its physical form, its age, or the fact that it contains information. Its important characteristic is that it provides evidence of some specific activity. Activities may be carried out by people or may be largely or wholly programmed....   [tags: mix record systems, fiscal requirements] 1926 words
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Grand Slam Record! - Grand slam record falls again Click here for more on this story Posted: Sunday May 21, 2000 07:35 PM Jason Giambi crushed a 3-1 pitch over the right-center field wall for his 17th homer of the season and fifth career grand slam. AP NEW YORK (AP) -- Baseball had its grandest day ever. Less than one year after the first five grand-slam day in major league history, there were six hit Sunday. Anaheim's Garrett Anderson hit the record-breaker with two outs in the third inning off Kansas City's Chris Fussell....   [tags: essays research papers] 397 words
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The Electronic Medical Record System and Computerizing Health Records in Five Years - Introduction Shadowing a physician in Haymarket, Virginia, I remember first encountering a practice using an Electronic Medical Record system. Prior to that experience, I’ve always went to health clinics that had health records on paper. When the physician I was shadowing was on her laptop, I asked what software she was using. She responded, “It’s an EMR system. It basically has all our patient’s records, we can easily send prescriptions to pharmacies, can see when our patients arrive, and much more!” I was surprised of the EMR system because I have never heard of it before and was so intrigued by its capabilities....   [tags: Information Technology ]
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Sony's Track Record as an Innovative Company - Sony's Track Record as an Innovative Company There is no doubt that Sony has been successful and innovative. The company is extremely well known for being innovative and originating from a country that does not encourage that attribute. It is just one of the features which set it apart from its Japanese competitors in it's early stages. When you consider the innovations Sony has brought us, it is clearly apparent that it has a definite track record for being a highly innovative leader rather than a follower with its products....   [tags: Papers] 624 words
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American Songs that Record Culture and History - American Songs that Record Culture and History As has been said many times over, songs are a reflection of society. They give insight into feelings, moods, historical changes, and the overall atmosphere of the society. Our American society is diverse and so too is our music. There are many genres of music and there were many evolutions to create those genres. Further, what happens in society, the historical changes, also effect those changes. Sex, drugs, alcohol. They are influential substance/actions by all accounts....   [tags: Music Communication Essays] 575 words
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The Differences Between an Electronic Medical Record and Clinical Information Systems - Discussion A Describe the difference between EMR and Clinical Information Systems (CIS). What are the advantages and disadvantages of CIS’s. EMR is an electronic record of patient health information that is created by each encounter in any healthcare setting (Menachemi & Collum, 2011). Information in the EMR includes patient progress notes, medications, problems, vital signs, immunizations, laboratory and radiology reports and past medical history (Menachemi & Collum, 2011). EMR is used to organize and manage relevant patient, pharmacy financial, radiological and laboratory information (Burke & Weill, 2009)....   [tags: healthcare, technology, patient]
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Why are Electronic Health Record's Privacy and Security an Individual Concern? - For years the medical industry had control of how medical information was preserved. For years past the medical system had control of how medical information was used. The medical records were previously handwritten on paper and stored in file archives. Today medical records are more frequently being stored in a digital format. The digital format varies from document style to databases. Electronic health records quickly changed the medical system and the governing policies that oversees them. Health care providers along with patients have both expressed great concerns that having a centralized location for health records may increase the inappropriate use the stored information....   [tags: healthcare data management]
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The Oldest Surviving Chronicle in Japan is The Kojiki Lit. Record of Ancient Things - ... Are was renowned for his/her intelligence: "naturally bright and intelligent, Are could recite upon reading but once and memorize upon hearing but once." Temmu died before the work could be completed. Later, Empress Gemmei ordered Ō no Yasumaro to compile the Kojiki based on what Are had memorized in 711 using the differing clan chronicles and native myths, finishing it the following year, 712. The myths contained in the Kojiki are part of the inspiration behind Shinto practices and myths, including the misogi purification ritual....   [tags: descendants, historical, myths]
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Chronological Record of Various Acts that were Implemented for Persons with Mental Illness - The Indian Judicial System is described as a system which is partly a continuation of the legal system, established by the British and follows a structure which is a combination of American Legal System and the British Legal System. It follows a hierarchical construction in the order of the court with Supreme Court (SC) at the top, followed by the High Court (HC), further followed by the District Courts (DC). The Indian Judicial System is an independent entity, which does not fall under the control of the government and its various branches....   [tags: asylums, lunacy act, mental health]
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St. James’s Hospital in Ireland and Electronic Paper Record - 1.0 Introduction 1.1 About St. James’s Hospital St. James’s Hospital (SJH) is the leading provider of acute patient care in Ireland. Accordingly it is a key shaper of public policy within the Irish health system. It occupies a prominent position in the public eye, and places high emphasis on innovation and service excellence. SJH must constantly compete for resources from the government in order to achieve its goals. One such goal is to become the first hospital in Ireland to implement a full Electronic Paper Record (EPR) and effectively eliminate the use of paper from its operations....   [tags: technology, patients, outsourcing] 2745 words
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The Story of Island Records - Island Records is one of the most influential pop music record labels of all time. Mixing cultures and influences from reggae to pop, hip hop, and even punk, Island has shaken up ideas and introduced new genres to mainstream music, bringing cultures into the musical spotlight halfway across the world. Still alive and thriving today, Island has produced some of the music industry’s biggest names and groups including Jimmy Buffet, The B-52s, U2, and Bob Marley. But like all companies, Island too started out as a hobby before it was even a small business; and the story is incredible....   [tags: music industry, record labels, bob marley]
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The Greed of Music Industry Executives and Declining Record Sales - The Greed of Music Industry Executives and Declining Record Sales The music recording industry is in trouble. For several years now, sales of new and popular music have steadily declined and show no sign of changing. The record companies are quick to blame the growing popularity of the Internet; music is being traded in a digital form online, often anonymously, with the use of file-sharing programs such as Morpheus, KaZaA, and Imesh, to name a few. The RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) succeeded in disbanding the pioneer Internet file-sharing program, Napster, but is facing confrontation with similar programs that are escaping American copyright laws....   [tags: essays research papers] 5423 words
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MP3's Benefit both Consumers and Record Companies - You read the newest interview of your favorite band talking with Rolling Stone. In that interview, they are asked whom they are listening to these days. The answer is not what you expected. The rest of the interview is all about this new band that they are raving about. Who is this new band, and why do they seem so great. You quickly log onto your computer and start downloading a song from this mysterious band. The download completes, and the song is awesome. Now you know why this group is respected musically by the ones you respect in the business....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Essay Examples]
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Electronic Record Management System for Central Bank - BACKGROUND European Central Bank (ECB) was established in June 1998 and, together with the central banks of countries whose currency is the euro, is the financial power of the euro area. For the main objective is for maintain price stability which is to protect the euro.ECB has around 1,340 employees and is divided into 17 areas of business but Only five years after its inception, the ECB faced the reality that the management of records and information was straining under the weight of outdated methods of filing in the different business areas and finally it runs the risk of losing control over institutional memory....   [tags: Implementation, Technology, Finance] 712 words
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Downloading and Streaming: An Obstacle for Recording Companies - The act of downloading and streaming music is creating an obstacle for major recording companies to recruit and develop new talent; whether the talent is songwriting, composing, engineering, or being the upcoming new artist. Most would think that having free access to music any time they wanted would be the answer to music consumers’ prayers, all while not thinking about the millions of dollars major recording companies are losing each year do to the fact that consumers no longer have to kick out a few bucks to hear their favorite songs over and over again....   [tags: Record, Labels, Profit]
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Laura’s Trinity of Escapes in Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie - Tennessee Williams depicts three main symbols that help his protagonist, Laura, escape from reality in his play The Glass Menagerie. The first symbol that Laura utilizes begins with her father’s departure. When her father left, he left Laura his victrola and his old record collection. The record player helps Laura unwind as the record spins repeatedly on its platform. The second representation of escape occurs when Laura forces herself to become sick and vomit. Laura forces herself into a sickness when she finds herself in uncomfortable situations and this occurs multiple times throughout the play....   [tags: crystal crutch, record player]
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