Describe the opportunities and challenges as they relate to healthcare organizations and leaders.

Submit a draft proposal defining the major forces affecting the delivery of healthcare for that specific organization. Describe the opportunities and challenges as they relate to healthcare organizations and leaders. Include the types of leases that your organization might consider for strategic planning purposes.

Submit  a draft  proposal for  Section  I,  parts  A  and  B  (see below),  defining  the  major forces  affecting  the  delivery  of healthcare.  You  must  describe the opportunities  and  challenges  as  they  relate  to  healthcare  leaders.  Additionally,  you  should  include  the  types  of leases  that  might  be  considered  for financial operations.  Please  remember  to  consider  the  opportunities  and  challenges  for  today’s  healthcare  leaders.  This  is  meant  to  be  a general  introduction  to  your paper  and  does  not  need  to  be  informed  by  a  particular  company. Specifically  the  following  critical  elements  must  be  addressed: I. Introduction   A.  What are the  major  forces  affecting  the  delivery  of  healthcare  today?  Discuss  these  forces  and  their  corresponding impacts  on  today’s  healthcare environment.   B.  Impact of  Forces:  What healthcare service and  delivery  opportunities  and  challenges  exist because  of  the forces  discussed  above?  Define  the challenges  and  opportunities  that  exist for  today’s  healthcare leaders.   Guidelines  for  Submission:  Your  paper  must  be  submitted  as  a  Microsoft  Word  document  and  should  be  a  minimum  of  2  pages  in  length  page  with  double spacing,  12-point  Times  New  Roman  font,  one-inch  margins,  and  at  least  two  sources  cited  in  APA  format. 

ORIGINAL WORK ONLY….PLEASE FOLLOW DIRECTIONS

What other types of power fantasies would you like to see in games and why?

1. When people talk about the well-play game, how do you need to do something more substantial to make sure everyone is having fun, not just winning or losing?

2. Why do you think the big game companies often feel the need to include violence in their games whereas small indie companies don’t have to include violence? Why do you think big companies haven’t started making these non violent games?

3. What other types of power fantasies would you like to see in games and why?

Short answer for each question and quote (in-context citation) from Sources in the attachment. 

What do you think the future of social media will be?

Everything we do, both on and offline, leaves digital traces. The database from the MyPersonality app by Michal Kosinski was retrieved by Aleksandr Kogan. It was then given to Cambridge Analytica. This data was used to sway the Trump 2016 election.
Questions:
1. What do you think the future of social media will be? How much will big data and techniques employed by Cambridge Analytica affect us in the future?

2. How would you describe the Cambridge Analytica/Facebook story through Wark’s statement from Losing is Fun?

Source: Wark, McKenzie. (2014). Losing is fun. In The gameful world (pp. 163-165). (Please search it online or sear analysis of this source). 

What is the difference between fake news and satire or fiction?

Fake news has been used for a variety of reasons, from earning money through ad revenue to potentially swaying a major political election. Many people only see the headline and immediately share it with others without checking the content or confirming the information with another source.

1. How is fake news related to Bogost’s Gamification is Bullshit article from last week?

2. What is the difference between fake news and satire or fiction? How is it related to your artifact from the future project?

Please write one paragraph answer for each question and source in the attachment. 

Should people be allowed to act as surrogate mothers?

 

In the American Civil War, men who were drafted for the army had the option of hiring a substitute to take their place, or paying a commutation fee to avoid military service. Are these practices tantamount to selling off one’s duty as a citizen, or are they perfectly acceptable market transactions? Does it make a difference whether the transaction takes place during a war or in peacetime?
A commercial surrogacy contract is an agreement to carry to term someone else’s baby in one’s own body in exchange for money. Should people be allowed to act as surrogate mothers? Should prospective parents be allowed to pay for their services? Should surrogacy contracts be enforced by the courts, even if the surrogate mother changes her mind and wants to keep the baby?
What do think about the morality of prostitution? Is it morally wrong to sell (or rent?) the use of one’s sexual organs? Is it morally wrong to buy sex? Should be it legal to buy or sell sex?
There are Web sites on the internet that advertise grooms and brides. Is it morally wrong to buy a marriage partner from them, assuming that the transaction is voluntary and the bride or groom agrees to marry you? Should such transactions be illegal?
Many people want to adopt a child, but there is always a shortage of infants. Should prospective parents be allowed to give money to young, single mothers who are considering giving up their children for adoption? Should the children who are now waiting to be adopted go to the highest bidder?
Many people need organ transplants, but there is always a shortage of organs from deceased donors. Should the organs that are available go to the highest bidder? If not, how should they be assigned?
In many developing countries, it is possible to buy a kidney for a few thousand dollars. The seller is often very poor and needs the money to support himself or his family. Is it morally permissible to buy his kidney? Should the sale of organs from living adults be illegal?

To many Chinese, is there a difference in believing in Leifei Spirit, Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism? Why or why not?

Watch two episodes of the documentary series: 
1. China’sChallenges: What do the Chinese People believe?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V45dW_q9B3A&list=PLXMVzYjeUZqKUq77U-3qQ5-oE1yFk6G9f&index=14(part 1)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkaatRMIftQ&index=15&list=PLXMVzYjeUZqKUq77U-3qQ5-oE1yFk6G9f  (part 2)
2. China’s Challenges: Does China’s civilization matter?

Answer the following questions in your response paper. The response paper should be 12-point font, 1-2 pages long (double-spaced).  
1)  To many Chinese, is there a difference in believing in Leifei Spirit, Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism? Why or why not? Use two examples from the documentary series to support your idea.  
2)  Does China’s traditional culture clash with China’s modernization and globalization? Do you think the fusion of cultures can be successful?  Use one example from the documentary series and one example from your own experience to support your idea.

Describe what critical thinking involves.

 

In your own words, describe what critical thinking involves.
Discuss a time in your work life when you needed to use critical thinking. How would you show a potential employer that you have solid critical thinking skills?
Find a resource online that helps people increase critical thinking skills, share it here, and give a brief description for your classmates.

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