HCA 210 Week 1 CheckPoint Ambulatory Care

HCA 210 Week 1 CheckPoint Ambulatory Care - THIS TUTORIAL...

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THIS TUTORIAL IS TO BE USED AS A GUIDE HCA 210 CheckPoint: Ambulatory Care University of Phoenix The main purposes of ambulatory care are any medical care delivered on an outpatient basis. Many medical conditions do not require hospital admission and can be managed without admission to a hospital. Medical examinations can be performed on an ambulatory basis, including blood test, x-rays, even biopsy procedures of superficial organs. Ambulatory health care is changing societies view on health care by breaking some limits of health care that stretch beyond the hospitals and medical facilities. By introducing ambulatory care to a society in a more efficient manner, patients could possibly begin to feel a sense of assurance and increased ability to receive help easily for their medical issues. Ambulatory care could be improved upon by introducing new methods of caring for patients that could enable more types of illnesses and medical problems to be treated. New technologies that hospitals may not possess could be introduced into ambulatory care to not only extend medical
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