Ambulatory Care: What It Is, Why It Matters, and the Future

What is ambulatory care? Ambulatory care is medical care that is provided to patients on an outpatient basis, without admission to a hospital. This means that patients can receive the care they need and return home the same day. Examples of ambulatory care services Examples of ambulatory care services include: Preventive care, such as immunizations, […]

Florida State University Health & Medical Paper

For this assignment, find two sources: one related to social class and sports participation and another to social class and sports consumption/spectator experience (can be academic journal articles, news articles, blogs, videos, podcasts from respected and prominent organizations in sport). Write a short summary of each source including a discussion of what it is about, […]

Public Health Admin. Discussion

Please address the following:  Define performance management and its elements. How is a performance measure different from a performance standard? What role might accreditations have in improving performance in health departments? What tools can public health leaders and managers use to address performance challenges at many different levels of the public health system including the […]

NCTC Story Time Essay

CREATE A STORY This is a fun—and challenging—way to reinforce the meaning of medical words and the word elements is to create a story using the words and word elements from chapter 13-15 and 20. The medical words and word elements are to be substituted for words in a appropriate story that you make. Submit […]

Evidence- based medical practice vs cultural medical beliefs

I’m working on a health & medical discussion question and need the explanation and answer to help me learn. Resource: Ch. 15 to 17 of The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down. Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words: Is it immoral or insensitive to set evidence-based medical practice over other […]


Locate a peer-reviewed journal article through the Saudi Digital Library. This article will describe a healthcare quality improvement that occurred within an organization. In this discussion, you will Examine the quality improvement that occurred, including the background and the process changes. Explain the challenges in adopting these changes and outline the key issues that need […]

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Biostatistics     For several reasons, collecting a random sample from an appropriate population is crucial in bio-statistical research. The quality and reliability of the results obtained from a study are highly dependent on the sample of individuals being studied and how representative it is of the entire population (Bates et al., 2023). Here are some reasons […]

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Introduction     The above article by Al Asmri and other authors describes how the vast established investment within the Kingdom’s healthcare system has immensely contributed to the improvement of the healthcare system in Saudi Arabia. However, the article further highlighted various challenges within the Saudi Arabian Healthcare system, factors to consider to improve the healthcare system, […]

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The Saudi Digital Library provides access to a vast array of scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles. One article that describes a healthcare quality improvement is “Improving the Quality of Diabetes Care in Primary Care Centers: A Quality Improvement Project” by Aljuaid et al. (2021).     In this study, the authors aimed to improve the quality of diabetes […]

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In the context of Covid-19, how have the tools and methodogies in biostatistics been used in understanding the nature of the pandemic and mitigating its consequences? this is my discussion was  Importance of collecting a random sample Biostatistics is a field that plays a crucial role in epidemiological research, which aims to study health and […]