Why is the healthcare industry perceived as being less proactive than other industries in the area of computerized information systems?

Assignment (300 words)
Read the attached “Textbook Chapter” and address the following questions. You need to answer EACH question separately in paragraph with full depth of knowledge. Each answer must be accurately supported by 1 external source plus 1 textbook resource and cited in APA. No Plagiarism!!
Questions:
1) Why is the healthcare industry perceived as being less proactive than other industries in the area of computerized information systems? How can this perception be changed?
2) How are the concepts of EDI, e-commerce, and e-health interrelated?
3) What is driving the increased use of computerized care protocols in healthcare?
4) What is public key infrastructure, and why is it receiving so much attention within the healthcare industry?
5) Why is strategic planning for information systems important to organizations in today’s healthcare environment? What risks are associated with not having an IS plan?
6) What is the relationship between strategic information systems planning and the systems development life cycle?

Describe characteristics required to provide safe and quality healthcare experiences.

 
This week, you will submit your polished, final version of Final Project II: Bioethics. Before you submit, make sure you have incorporated all the suggestions you received from your instructor for Milestone Three.
To complete this assignment, review the Final Project II Guidelines and Rubric document.
Note: This is the final activity related to the completion of the final projects. See the Final Project Assignment Table for more information.

HERE IS SOME QUESTIONS THAT MUST BE  INCORPORATED 

 Describe characteristics required to provide safe and quality healthcare experiences.

Apply the necessary characteristics required to provide safe, quality healthcare experiences.

Justify best practices and guidelines to limit medical mistakes and reduce potential liability.

What are some of the main problems in the current healthcare system?

What are some new advancements and improvement in healthcare?

What are the laws and programs to be aware of?

 
This week, you will submit your polished, final version of Final Project II: Bioethics. Before you submit, make sure you have incorporated all the suggestions you received from your instructor for Milestone Three.
To complete this assignment, review the Final Project II Guidelines and Rubricdocument.
Note: This is the final activity related to the completion of the final projects. See the Final Project Assignment Table for more information.
 Healthcare professionals provide support throughout the cycle of life, from birth to death. They have an obligation to provide humane and compassionate care to patients while adhering to their specific field’s code of ethics. Sometimes, healthcare professionals are privy to discussions between family members regarding end-of-life issues. In some instances, a healthcare facility may be in charge of providing information about advance directives to patients. Healthcare professionals should calibrate their own moral beliefs to align with their ethical and legal obligations. By studying issues contained within real-life cases, healthcare professionals can come to terms with their beliefs and obligations relative to end-of-life issues. For Final Project II, you will submit a draft of your essay for your Milestone Three assignment, which will be submitted to scaffold learning and ensure quality final submissions. This milestone draft will be submitted in Module Six. The final product will be submitted in Module Eight. In this assignment, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following course outcomes: 
 Analyze bioethical issues faced by various healthcare professionals for their impact on decision making Prompt In this project, you will analyze the Terri Schiavo case through the lens of the bioethical issue(s) related to the case. You will analyze the case to address what the bioethical issue is and what role end-of-life issues, such as self-determination and advanced directives, played in the case. Using your analysis, you will determine how this bioethical issue impacted the decisions made by the healthcare professionals involved in the case. Your essay must address the following critical elements:
 I. Introduction: Describe the provided case, including information on the stakeholders involved, the bioethical issue, and the time period of the incident that occurred. 
II. Bioethical Analysis: Analyze the bioethical issue for the role end-of-life issues played in the case. Be sure to use appropriate terminology and support with secondary research. 
III. Conclusion: Describe how the bioethical issue influenced the decisions of healthcare professionals involved in the case. Be sure to use specific examples.

 Milestone Three: Draft of Final Project II: Bioethics Milestones In Module Six, you will analyze the Terri Schiavo case through the lens of bioethics. You will address what the bioethical issue is and what role end-of-life issues, such as self-determination and advanced directives, played in the case. Using your analysis, you will determine how this bioethical issue impacted the decisions made by the healthcare professionals involved in the case. This milestone will be graded with the Milestone Three Rubric.
 Final Submission: Bioethical Short Paper In Module 8, you will submit your final project. It should be a complete, polished artifact containing all of the critical elements of the final product. It should reflect the incorporation of feedback gained throughout the course. This submission will be graded with the Final Project 2: Bioethics Rubric.

 Final Project II Rubric Guidelines for Submission: Your bioethical short paper should be a 1- to 2-page Microsoft Word document formatted with 12-point Times New Roman font and one-inch margins. All citations and references should be formatted according to the most recent APA guidelines.  

Describe characteristics required to provide safe and quality healthcare experiences.

 
This week, you will submit your polished, final version of Final Project II: Bioethics. Before you submit, make sure you have incorporated all the suggestions you received from your instructor for Milestone Three.
To complete this assignment, review the Final Project II Guidelines and Rubric document.
Note: This is the final activity related to the completion of the final projects. See the Final Project Assignment Table for more information.

HERE IS SOME QUESTIONS THAT MUST BE  INCORPORATED 

 Describe characteristics required to provide safe and quality healthcare experiences.

Apply the necessary characteristics required to provide safe, quality healthcare experiences.

Justify best practices and guidelines to limit medical mistakes and reduce potential liability.

What are some of the main problems in the current healthcare system?

What are some new advancements and improvement in healthcare?

What are the laws and programs to be aware of?

 
This week, you will submit your polished, final version of Final Project II: Bioethics. Before you submit, make sure you have incorporated all the suggestions you received from your instructor for Milestone Three.
To complete this assignment, review the Final Project II Guidelines and Rubricdocument.
Note: This is the final activity related to the completion of the final projects. See the Final Project Assignment Table for more information.
 Healthcare professionals provide support throughout the cycle of life, from birth to death. They have an obligation to provide humane and compassionate care to patients while adhering to their specific field’s code of ethics. Sometimes, healthcare professionals are privy to discussions between family members regarding end-of-life issues. In some instances, a healthcare facility may be in charge of providing information about advance directives to patients. Healthcare professionals should calibrate their own moral beliefs to align with their ethical and legal obligations. By studying issues contained within real-life cases, healthcare professionals can come to terms with their beliefs and obligations relative to end-of-life issues. For Final Project II, you will submit a draft of your essay for your Milestone Three assignment, which will be submitted to scaffold learning and ensure quality final submissions. This milestone draft will be submitted in Module Six. The final product will be submitted in Module Eight. In this assignment, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following course outcomes: 
 Analyze bioethical issues faced by various healthcare professionals for their impact on decision making Prompt In this project, you will analyze the Terri Schiavo case through the lens of the bioethical issue(s) related to the case. You will analyze the case to address what the bioethical issue is and what role end-of-life issues, such as self-determination and advanced directives, played in the case. Using your analysis, you will determine how this bioethical issue impacted the decisions made by the healthcare professionals involved in the case. Your essay must address the following critical elements:
 I. Introduction: Describe the provided case, including information on the stakeholders involved, the bioethical issue, and the time period of the incident that occurred. 
II. Bioethical Analysis: Analyze the bioethical issue for the role end-of-life issues played in the case. Be sure to use appropriate terminology and support with secondary research. 
III. Conclusion: Describe how the bioethical issue influenced the decisions of healthcare professionals involved in the case. Be sure to use specific examples.

 Milestone Three: Draft of Final Project II: Bioethics Milestones In Module Six, you will analyze the Terri Schiavo case through the lens of bioethics. You will address what the bioethical issue is and what role end-of-life issues, such as self-determination and advanced directives, played in the case. Using your analysis, you will determine how this bioethical issue impacted the decisions made by the healthcare professionals involved in the case. This milestone will be graded with the Milestone Three Rubric.
 Final Submission: Bioethical Short Paper In Module 8, you will submit your final project. It should be a complete, polished artifact containing all of the critical elements of the final product. It should reflect the incorporation of feedback gained throughout the course. This submission will be graded with the Final Project 2: Bioethics Rubric.

 Final Project II Rubric Guidelines for Submission: Your bioethical short paper should be a 1- to 2-page Microsoft Word document formatted with 12-point Times New Roman font and one-inch margins. All citations and references should be formatted according to the most recent APA guidelines.  

Describe characteristics required to provide safe and quality healthcare experiences.

 
This week, you will submit your polished, final version of Final Project II: Bioethics. Before you submit, make sure you have incorporated all the suggestions you received from your instructor for Milestone Three.
To complete this assignment, review the Final Project II Guidelines and Rubric document.
Note: This is the final activity related to the completion of the final projects. See the Final Project Assignment Table for more information.

HERE IS SOME QUESTIONS THAT MUST BE  INCORPORATED 

 Describe characteristics required to provide safe and quality healthcare experiences.

Apply the necessary characteristics required to provide safe, quality healthcare experiences.

Justify best practices and guidelines to limit medical mistakes and reduce potential liability.

What are some of the main problems in the current healthcare system?

What are some new advancements and improvement in healthcare?

What are the laws and programs to be aware of?

 
This week, you will submit your polished, final version of Final Project II: Bioethics. Before you submit, make sure you have incorporated all the suggestions you received from your instructor for Milestone Three.
To complete this assignment, review the Final Project II Guidelines and Rubricdocument.
Note: This is the final activity related to the completion of the final projects. See the Final Project Assignment Table for more information.
 Healthcare professionals provide support throughout the cycle of life, from birth to death. They have an obligation to provide humane and compassionate care to patients while adhering to their specific field’s code of ethics. Sometimes, healthcare professionals are privy to discussions between family members regarding end-of-life issues. In some instances, a healthcare facility may be in charge of providing information about advance directives to patients. Healthcare professionals should calibrate their own moral beliefs to align with their ethical and legal obligations. By studying issues contained within real-life cases, healthcare professionals can come to terms with their beliefs and obligations relative to end-of-life issues. For Final Project II, you will submit a draft of your essay for your Milestone Three assignment, which will be submitted to scaffold learning and ensure quality final submissions. This milestone draft will be submitted in Module Six. The final product will be submitted in Module Eight. In this assignment, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following course outcomes: 
 Analyze bioethical issues faced by various healthcare professionals for their impact on decision making Prompt In this project, you will analyze the Terri Schiavo case through the lens of the bioethical issue(s) related to the case. You will analyze the case to address what the bioethical issue is and what role end-of-life issues, such as self-determination and advanced directives, played in the case. Using your analysis, you will determine how this bioethical issue impacted the decisions made by the healthcare professionals involved in the case. Your essay must address the following critical elements:
 I. Introduction: Describe the provided case, including information on the stakeholders involved, the bioethical issue, and the time period of the incident that occurred. 
II. Bioethical Analysis: Analyze the bioethical issue for the role end-of-life issues played in the case. Be sure to use appropriate terminology and support with secondary research. 
III. Conclusion: Describe how the bioethical issue influenced the decisions of healthcare professionals involved in the case. Be sure to use specific examples.

 Milestone Three: Draft of Final Project II: Bioethics Milestones In Module Six, you will analyze the Terri Schiavo case through the lens of bioethics. You will address what the bioethical issue is and what role end-of-life issues, such as self-determination and advanced directives, played in the case. Using your analysis, you will determine how this bioethical issue impacted the decisions made by the healthcare professionals involved in the case. This milestone will be graded with the Milestone Three Rubric.
 Final Submission: Bioethical Short Paper In Module 8, you will submit your final project. It should be a complete, polished artifact containing all of the critical elements of the final product. It should reflect the incorporation of feedback gained throughout the course. This submission will be graded with the Final Project 2: Bioethics Rubric.

 Final Project II Rubric Guidelines for Submission: Your bioethical short paper should be a 1- to 2-page Microsoft Word document formatted with 12-point Times New Roman font and one-inch margins. All citations and references should be formatted according to the most recent APA guidelines.  

Describe characteristics required to provide safe and quality healthcare experiences.

 
This week, you will submit your polished, final version of Final Project II: Bioethics. Before you submit, make sure you have incorporated all the suggestions you received from your instructor for Milestone Three.
To complete this assignment, review the Final Project II Guidelines and Rubric document.
Note: This is the final activity related to the completion of the final projects. See the Final Project Assignment Table for more information.

HERE IS SOME QUESTIONS THAT MUST BE  INCORPORATED 

 Describe characteristics required to provide safe and quality healthcare experiences.

Apply the necessary characteristics required to provide safe, quality healthcare experiences.

Justify best practices and guidelines to limit medical mistakes and reduce potential liability.

What are some of the main problems in the current healthcare system?

What are some new advancements and improvement in healthcare?

What are the laws and programs to be aware of?

 
This week, you will submit your polished, final version of Final Project II: Bioethics. Before you submit, make sure you have incorporated all the suggestions you received from your instructor for Milestone Three.
To complete this assignment, review the Final Project II Guidelines and Rubricdocument.
Note: This is the final activity related to the completion of the final projects. See the Final Project Assignment Table for more information.
 Healthcare professionals provide support throughout the cycle of life, from birth to death. They have an obligation to provide humane and compassionate care to patients while adhering to their specific field’s code of ethics. Sometimes, healthcare professionals are privy to discussions between family members regarding end-of-life issues. In some instances, a healthcare facility may be in charge of providing information about advance directives to patients. Healthcare professionals should calibrate their own moral beliefs to align with their ethical and legal obligations. By studying issues contained within real-life cases, healthcare professionals can come to terms with their beliefs and obligations relative to end-of-life issues. For Final Project II, you will submit a draft of your essay for your Milestone Three assignment, which will be submitted to scaffold learning and ensure quality final submissions. This milestone draft will be submitted in Module Six. The final product will be submitted in Module Eight. In this assignment, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following course outcomes: 
 Analyze bioethical issues faced by various healthcare professionals for their impact on decision making Prompt In this project, you will analyze the Terri Schiavo case through the lens of the bioethical issue(s) related to the case. You will analyze the case to address what the bioethical issue is and what role end-of-life issues, such as self-determination and advanced directives, played in the case. Using your analysis, you will determine how this bioethical issue impacted the decisions made by the healthcare professionals involved in the case. Your essay must address the following critical elements:
 I. Introduction: Describe the provided case, including information on the stakeholders involved, the bioethical issue, and the time period of the incident that occurred. 
II. Bioethical Analysis: Analyze the bioethical issue for the role end-of-life issues played in the case. Be sure to use appropriate terminology and support with secondary research. 
III. Conclusion: Describe how the bioethical issue influenced the decisions of healthcare professionals involved in the case. Be sure to use specific examples.

 Milestone Three: Draft of Final Project II: Bioethics Milestones In Module Six, you will analyze the Terri Schiavo case through the lens of bioethics. You will address what the bioethical issue is and what role end-of-life issues, such as self-determination and advanced directives, played in the case. Using your analysis, you will determine how this bioethical issue impacted the decisions made by the healthcare professionals involved in the case. This milestone will be graded with the Milestone Three Rubric.
 Final Submission: Bioethical Short Paper In Module 8, you will submit your final project. It should be a complete, polished artifact containing all of the critical elements of the final product. It should reflect the incorporation of feedback gained throughout the course. This submission will be graded with the Final Project 2: Bioethics Rubric.

 Final Project II Rubric Guidelines for Submission: Your bioethical short paper should be a 1- to 2-page Microsoft Word document formatted with 12-point Times New Roman font and one-inch margins. All citations and references should be formatted according to the most recent APA guidelines.  

How non-violent theory can be applied to social issues such as militarism, racism, ecology, and personal life in our contemporary world.

Course discription:
This course surveys the key issues in the study of non-violence, conflict management, and social justice. It introduces non-violence as a philosophy and promotes skills in conflict resolution and actions for social change. The course draws connections between personal, community, and global aggression and ways to make the cultural shift to peace. These include theoretical models, concrete case studies, and experiential learning.  Students will acquire an understanding of practical tools and skills, as well as underlying non-violent principles and theory in order to resolve conflicts, contribute to peacemaking in their own lives, in communities, and on a global scale. Personal peace and group conflict resolution include: non-violent communication; interpersonal conflict resolution; integrations of spirituality and civic engagement; practices such as meditation, etc. Social Justice topics include:  war resistance and self-determination of people and their resources, the Satyagraha movement of India and the Civil Rights Movement of the U.S. and other global examples; stands against racism;  labor struggles; the role of women in building peace; creation of alternative economic structures to corporate privatization. This course relies on the active participation of students in designated community service organizations, class discussions and projects, analysis of current global conflicts, and regular reflections.  This course offers an intellectual and experiential way to see how non-violent theory can be applied to social issues such as militarism, racism, ecology, and personal life in our contemporary world. The learning experience includes immersion in the activities of the service learning project, deep and regular reflection, critical analysis, discussions with others. Reflection papers, oral presentations, major paper and 25 hours of service learning are requirements.

Course Objectives
1. Students will demonstrate a working knowledge of theories regarding origins of violence and non-violence, conflict and conflict management.
2. Students will explore the recent and current political, economic, social and religious conflicts and specific cases for peace management. 
3. Students will interpret the material well enough to offer significant contributions in dialogue drawing from the readings and community service experiences, use lessons to solve problems, and critically reflect on the major concepts and practices in the course.
4. Students will examine the nature of power in society at the levels of personal power, community power, national power and global power and begin to understand what role power plays in securing peace and justice.
5) Students will demonstrate integration of their learning by using various reference materials, websites, and community service to present organized presentation of their own thoughts. 
6) Students will apply lessons from critical ethical perspectives to contemporary problems.
7) Students will integrate service-learning experiences into their overall understanding of power, peace, conflict resolution, non-violence, and social justice.
8) Students will discover ways to take action more fully to contribute to civic life as conflict resolvers, social justice participants, and as planetary citizens.

   After studying the assigned reading, in the attached files. Sociology: The S

  

After studying the assigned reading, in the attached files. Sociology: The Social      Construction of Gender, considering      the concept of “gender as socially constructed,” answer the following      questions and prompts. 

A) How does media create meanings about gender? 

B) Provide examples of how this is manifested in our everyday lives. 

C) Provide a link to a commercial/ad that stereotypes gender. Even though it is natural to find humor in some of these portrayals, in what ways is this problematic. 

Also, consider that sex is a system of classification based on biology and physiology, while gender reflects the cultural meaning that is ascribed to a person’s sex, thus resulting in labels of “masculinity and femininity.” Furthermore, our biology is not distinctively male or female and a significant number of people are born “intersex” with variations in chromosomes or sexual organs. Most biological researchers agree on the estimation that intersex people are about as common as encountering someone with green eyes. It is important to understand that masculinity and femininity are not oppositional, although it seems to be portrayed so in media. In Western society (such as in the U.S. and Western Europe) we typically adhere to certain ideas and values that define masculinity and femininity as we perform the roles. What if the list was different? All of us, in honesty, could reveal that we interchange among the qualities. Take a look at the list and answer the following questions:
  
Masculinity
o strength
o dominance
o aggression
o independence
o empowerment
o active
o rational   thought
o production
o breadwinner
o subject
o outdoors
o technology

Femininity
o weakness
o submission
o compliance/vulnerability
o dependence
o disempowerment
o passive
o emotion
o consumption
o nurturer
o object
o indoors
o nature

Provide answers to the following questions or prompts in your assignment submission. 

D) How is the list being currently challenged?

E) What traits do you have that are typically considered “on the list” of the other sex? 

F) What examples do you see in your daily life of people challenging the historic list? 

G) What about examples in media of characters or people challenging the list? 

H) Finally, do you agree or disagree that gender is socially constructed? Provide evidence that backs your opinion.  

Support your responses with research from the Learning Resources. Use APA in-text citations where necessary and cite any outside sources. Create an APA Reference List or Bibliography at the end of the document. 

*PLEASE SE ATTACHED FILE WITH BETTER GUIDE LINES* 
*DUE ON FEBRUARY 23, 2019 AT 12:00PM EASTERN TIME*

Here are the following instructions below: 1. Wayne Baker (Shafritz Sub Ch 33 “T

Here are the following instructions below:
1. Wayne Baker (Shafritz Sub Ch 33 “The Network Organization in Theory and Practice”) discusses the network organization. Compare and contrast the network organization to the bureaucracy model of Weber in terms of organizational integration and differentiation. How do you see the limits and potentials of the network organization in your current workplace or previous work?
2. Schein discusses “survival anxiety” and “learning anxiety in Chapter 16. Discuss how you see these constructs in your current workplace or previous workplaces (my work place is the Army Corps of Engineers located in San Francisco), in particular in leaders, managers and colleagues. How do you see these manifest themselves in how you approach your own work and personal/professional change management?
3. Consider Schein’s ten ideas for creating a learning culture (pages 344-349, Chapter 17). What do see as the promises and risks with this approach? What potential does it offer you to be a “Learning-Oriented Leader”?

Note: Question 1 is from the book of Classics of Organization Theory. Question 2&3 is from the book of Edgar H. Shcein. Also please make sure you answer these question thoroughly and in detail. Make sure you response is clear and understanding with no confusion.  I am requesting 3 pages

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