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HS 350 American Military University Adult BMI Discussion

HS 350

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Data can be collected in many different ways; surveys, interviews, observation, experiments and testing, or other methods. Health institutions might collect data on the number of patients who are readmitted to their facility, or how many hospital-acquired infections have occurred over the course of a year. This gives them the opportunity to see where problems exist so they can address them properly. Describe a time when you collected data; this could have been for work, school or another organization you are involved with. What was the purpose of collecting the data? What was the organization trying to find out by collecting the data?

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Students are expected to: Participate with the required number of relevant postings of required length Post initial response by Saturday; all additional comments posted by Tuesday Support ideas with information from course materials and/or outside sources when appropriate, using APA format Instructors: Enter correct total available points in H5 and scores into ce Introductory Initial post timeliness 0-1 No initial post (0). Provides initial post after Sunday (1). Emergent Practiced 2 3 Provides initial post by Sunday N/A No additional Additional comments (0). Posts Posts one comment Posts 2 comments comments and comments unrelated to related to the discussion related to the engagement the Discussion topic topic. discussion topic. (1). Submission does not Initial relate to the topic Response and/or incomplete Content Quality responses to most topics. Spelling/ Grammar/ Formatting/ Mechanics Significant errors in spelling and/or grammar. Major flaws in writing mechanics and formatting. Length* (applies to Submission does not Discussion meet length Boards with requirements. posted length requirements) Feedback: Answers some question/topics with some clearly stated opinions. Answers all questions with opinions and ideas that are stated clearly. Uses Standard American English with Poor spelling and rare errors and grammar are apparent. misspellings. Minor Does not use APA in-text errors in APA in-text style formatting when style formatting when needed. needed. Includes list of references when citations are used. Only one post meets length requirements and/or initial post does not meet length requirements Initial post and one reply post meet length requirements n appropriate, using APA format for in-text citation and references. e points in H5 and scores into cells in column F. Total available points = Proficient/Mastered Score 4 0-4 Provides an initial post by Saturday. Posts 2 or more comments in response to others that provide thoughtful insight to the topic and frequently attempts to motivate the group discussion. Answers all questions with opinions/ideas creatively and clearly. Supports post using outside sources when appropriate. Consistently uses Standard American English with rare misspellings. Appropriate mechanics and APA intext style formatting when needed. Includes a properly formatted list of references when citations are used. All submissions meet posted length requirements. Weight Final Score 15% 0.00 30% 0.00 40% 0.00 10% 0.00 5% 0.00 100% 0.00 Final Score 0 Percentage #DIV/0! Data can be collected in many different ways; surveys, interviews, observation, experiments and testing, or other methods. Health institutions might collect data on the number of patients who are readmitted to their facility, or how many hospital-acquired infections have occurred over the course of a year. This gives them the opportunity to see where problems exist so they can address them properly. Describe a time when you collected data; this could have been for work, school or another organization you are involved with. What was the purpose of collecting the data? What was the organization trying to find out by collecting the data? Reply to two peers: Zoe Rice posted Mar 25, 2020 3:56 PM This page automatically marks posts as read as you scroll. Adjust automatic marking as read setting Greetings All, In a previous professional position, I have utilized a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) BMI screening that was required for medical office visit billing purposes until the final quarter of 2019. All patient’s height and weight had to be officially recorded to determine their Body Mass Index (BMI) for preventative health screening measures. This was put into place by CMS to help determine the health needs of the country because this is a widely used, large scale system that determines required reporting practices. The purpose of collecting the data was to collect data on the health of the nation based on BMI information which then allowed researchers and healthcare professionals to conclude changes that may need to be made to the healthcare system to address any forthcoming or present issues (CMS, 2018). Reference: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, PREV-9 (NQF 0421): Preventative care and screening: Body mass index (BMI) screening and follow up plan, 2018. Retrieved from https://qpp.cms.gov/docs/QPP_quality_measure_specifications/Web-InterfaceMeasures/2018_WI_PREV9.pdf Kasi Bolander posted Mar 26, 2020 4:27 AM This page automatically marks posts as read as you scroll. Adjust automatic marking as read setting A couple years ago I worked at a pain management clinic as a medical assistant. Along with collecting vitals on patients, part of my job was to collect inspects, which is a list of medications the patient has been prescribed from not only our office, but every other doctor they visit. This data from their inspects went into their files. The reason for collecting that data on every patient that came in was to make sure they were not getting controlled substances from any other doctors so that we weren't over prescribing. When first coming in as a new patient, everyone signed a paper stating they would not receive any pain medication from any other doctor. If it was found out they were collecting other pain medication, they would be terminated as a patient from our office. There were only a handful of times that we had to terminate patients for that reason. It was time consuming to collect this information on every patient every day, but it was necessary to ensure the health and safety of each of our patients. ...
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