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    The Clinic

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    The Clinic The Clinic is one of a series of Alex Delaware novels written by Jonathan Kellerman. Alex Delaware is a psychology doctor who is often employed by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) to provide psychological profiles of both victims and killers. The book is 465 pages long. In this novel Dr. Delaware has been asked to provide a psychological profile of the victim of a particularly gruesome murder. The victim is Professor Hope Devane, who was found murdered under a large elm tree

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    The Gross Clinic

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    In 1874, Thomas Eakins took a second course in anatomy at Jefferson Medical College. He attended surgical lectures and clinics presided over by Professor Samuel D. Gross. Eakins painted “The Gross Clinic,” to show the emotion involved in medical procedures. It appears as if the doctors performing the surgery have emotionally removed themselves from the situation at hand. By removing themselves from the emotional aspects of the surgery, the doctors can complete the task much easier than they would

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    Mayo Clinic Case Study

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    Mayo Clinic is a hospital that is as well-known by many to be a haven of caring and concerned doctors whos’ sole focus is to give their patients the type of care they would want their families to receive if they were patients. According to Colquitt, LePine, and Wesson (Mayo Case Study, 2014), Mayo Clinic has established a customer service, patient first culture that puts the needs of those whom they serve ahead of other focuses, such as profit or patient quotas. This corporate culture has lead the

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    Rockbridge Area Free clinic in Lexington, Virginia. The clinic attempts to support the community by serving the margin of people that are not receiving their basic healthcare needs. In 2012 the Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis reported

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    The challenges discussed must be overcome and recommendations for solutions for ensuring success of expansion with a satellite clinic. Strategies. Increasing the availability of care for the community to focus healthy lifestyles, providing job security for employees and sustained viability for investors is the goal of PMH with the satellite clinic. Recent healthcare reforms provide PMH with several opportunities to expand, with the ACA increasing the number of ensured patients, which will increase

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    Clinton Date: April 15, 2000 Re: Pate Memorial Hospital Recommendation: Pate Memorial Clinic should expand office hours from an opening time 7:00 am to a closing time of 7:00 in order to increase patient visits. Problem Statement: Should Dr. Roger Mahon, Pate Memorial Hospital (PMH) administrator, take action, if any, to compete with the newly established clinic, located five blocks north of PMH’s clinic? Facts: Regional Market: During the 1960’s, the hospital industry boomed with billions of

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    The Mayo Clinic

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    The Mayo Clinic is one of the famous hospitals that provide extremely desired health care services to the customers. Many people have positive opinions based on the services that are offered in the Mayo Clinic. Dr. William Worrall Mayo, his two sons Drs. William James Mayo and Charles Horace Mayo, and the Sisters of St. Francis established the Mayo Clinic in 1889 in Rochester, Minnesota. The Mayo Clinic is one of the oldest, but steadfast health care organizations that have traversed the ages. Initially

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    healthcare service and hence they need a source of better services such as free clinics that can deal with the major issues affecting health (Huntington, 2012). The mobilization of these free clinics comes with a price as they affect the community both positively and negatively. Free clinics can either be temporary or permanent and this incurs different expenses depending on the type of structure chosen. Free clinics are effective for those people without insurance as they tend to get treatment for

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    to change her life in some way. After evaluating her current situation and talking with the father (her now ex-boyfriend), Sandra decided to have an abortion. Following this decision, there were many other choices to make. She had to decide what clinic she was going to go to, how she was going to pay for it, how recovery time would affect work/school etc. Sandra made all of these decisions, as well as the decision not to tell her parents. In our state, the patient does not need to have parental

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    The case study: Crowded Clinic provided some good examples of what many busy clinics have to deal with on daily basis. Lately, there have been multiples computer systems to improve scheduling problems for the outpatient clinics, such as “Open Access”, “AdvancedMD”, “Medical Office Online”, and many more. These programs do help with daily operations of a medical office, however, in order to make patients feel more welcome few other things can be implemented. Such as letting receptionists handle arriving

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