Examine the existing procedures related to at least four (4) of the ten (10) essential public health services

Answer questions in 3-6 pages

1.Examine the existing procedures related to at least four (4) of the ten (10) essential public health services. Focus on the principal effects that these procedures will have on your hospital during the emergency.

2.Specify the importance of continuing to evaluate patients, as stipulated by the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA), during the emergency.

3.Detail three (3) measures that you would use in order to maintain the electronic medical record system during the emergency.

4.Defend your position on the decision to accept health insurance during the emergency as a potential source of income for the facility. Provide support with at least three (3) examples that illustrate your position.

5.Analyze the extent to which this emergency might affect the quality of care provided to the patients and the unimpeded operation of the organization

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Examine the existing procedures related to at least four (4) of the ten (10) essential public health services

Answer questions in 3-6 pages

1.Examine the existing procedures related to at least four (4) of the ten (10) essential public health services. Focus on the principal effects that these procedures will have on your hospital during the emergency.

2.Specify the importance of continuing to evaluate patients, as stipulated by the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA), during the emergency.

3.Detail three (3) measures that you would use in order to maintain the electronic medical record system during the emergency.

4.Defend your position on the decision to accept health insurance during the emergency as a potential source of income for the facility. Provide support with at least three (3) examples that illustrate your position.

5.Analyze the extent to which this emergency might affect the quality of care provided to the patients and the unimpeded operation of the organization

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