Research Writting

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There are many medical problems which don’t require you to go to the hospital, like first aid, small degree burns, cuts, wounds, bandages, blood tests, x-rays, etc. I think that ambulatory care is way faster than going and sitting in a hospital for hours._ Do you think Ambulatory Care is changing society’s view on healthcare? Why or Why not? Yes, I feel that today’s society has gotten to the point where they think if it breaks we can just fix it or toss it out and get another on. They don't stop to appreciate what it is they have. They do the same with their bodies and think that so much can be cured at home or on the way to the hospital that it doesn't matter if they loose an arm or a leg doing something stupid, "Oh they'll just put it back on" Not so simple, there is blood loss, nerve damage, and what if the limb is no good ounce you get there. *How can its* service’s improve? _I think it could improve by better assisting with the patients when they arrive. Help them to the waiting area. While you are doing that find out is they have any questions or concerns. Make rounds in the patient care area every 30 minutes to check the transfer and patient flow boards to obtain information to report to families in the waiting room. Maintain an ongoing log of communication between patients and visitors. You don’t want them to feel like they are a burden. You are there to help them. Provide information to the patients family so they don’t stay worried if there is a serious problem. _ View More »

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