HCS 465 - Week 5 - Trends And Consumerism

Apr 4th, 2015
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Resource: Trends and Consumerism in Health Care Presentation Grading Criteria (posted on day one of class in our Course Materials Forum) Use the article the team chose in Wk 3--- from the wk 5 ERR readings on consumerism in health care*faculty approval was obtained in wk 3* Create a 10- to 15-slide presentation, including detailed speaker notes (required), based on the techniques of the research process. Include the following elements: • Background: Summarize the article by explaining how the article applies to customer service or consumerism in health care. What effect has research had on consumers’ perspectives on health care? • Methodology: Provide an overview of the scope of the study in the chosen article by explaining data collection and where to find the data. Describe the process used to determine validity and reliability of research findings to support evidence-based practices. • Result: Differentiate between the qualitative and quantitative aspects of the data described i

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Health Care Reform Debate Societal Trends Consumer-Driven Trends Three ConversationsConsumer Health Care Rising Health Care Costs Seven TrendsIssue of the Consumer-Driven ModelAdapting to ChangeReal Cost of Health Care More Aware About Their Illness Communication From Fellow Patients Three Trends Internet Virtual Support Groups Faster Health Care ServiceSurveysExpert JudgementCost-Effectiveness AnalysisReliabilityContent ValidityPredictive ValidityThe quantitative aspect of the research focuses onpercentages, data, and charts of the findings.Predictions towards health care in the future aremade.The qualitative aspect of the research depicts theseven trends driving consumer focused health.No stats or measurements were used.Words, descriptions, and quotes to investigatetrends that are being driven by cheaper and bettertechnology are used.The inferential part of the research focused onthe percentage and examples of smallerpopulation characteristics.Conclusions about the population are inferredfrom the information obtained from the sample.The descriptive part of the research shows dataand statistics that the conclusions are drawnfrom.The information in the study like the percentagesand most of all the statistics and prediction fromthe CDC, shows credibility of the research.After analysis of all

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