week 2 - Running head PERSONAL REFLECTION 1 Personal Reflection Tanmika Lawson HCS 449 Joann Ralph Webber PERSONAL REFLECTION 2 Personal Reflection The

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Running head: PERSONAL REFLECTION 1 Personal Reflection Tanmika Lawson HCS 449 Jul 23, 2016 Joann Ralph Webber
PERSONAL REFLECTION 2 Personal Reflection The essay on Personal Reflection will entail the evolution of technology from the past, present and future. Personal Refection also will outline managing the financial spectrum of keeping a facility operating with the day to day task of making sure that proper protocols and procedures are met within the guidelines. Perspective economics discussion will shed light on which direction health care facilities will end up if and when the economy normalcy returns. The Health Care Industry Has Changed Healthcare has revolutionized considerably over the last decade mainly due to developing of technical knowledge and the forms of patients understanding. Electronic Medical Records along with others is the present. The records can be transferred from doctor to doctor in a timely fashion versus waiting days or even weeks especially when time counts. Next, there are such gadgets like Fitbit which has the capabilities of monitoring rate of heartbeat to calculation of steps taken during a workout period. Also, according to (Clark,1964) arrival of telemedicine by the year 2000, telemedicine didn’t become readily available until 2010, but it’s still one of the great digital changes to medicine. It saves time and energy for the pharmacy and the patient. A phone call will tell the patient when to pick up their medicine. The Use of Technology Has Changed In the last decade technology has matured beyond recognition. It has proven that what once on a drawing board has become a true reality. Technology has changed the mines of the medical field in how they process the unthinkable. The healthcare spectrum role is major in all processes. The electronic health records(EHR)almost two decades ago was introduce to hospital and clinic facilities to allow the security and privacy of patients to transfer medical information from doctor to medical provider without their private information getting into unauthorized personnel grasp. According to (Sturman, J) "Integrating

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