COH 602 Biostatistics
Instructor: AnnMaria De Mars
Miranda Palmer-Anthony
DATA ANALYSIS ASSIGNMENT #3: Analysis of Kaiser-Permanent Data Set
1. BINOMIAL DISTRIBUTION TO CALCULATE PROBABILITY
a. The binomial probability refers to the probability that a bin
COH 602 Biostatistics
Instructor: AnnMaria De Mars
Miranda Palmer-Anthony
Homework #2
Chapter 4
19. If there are outliers in a sample, which of the following is always true?
d. Standard deviation larger than expected (larger than if there were no outliers
COH 602 Biostatistics
Instructor: AnnMaria De Mars
Miranda Palmer-Anthony
Homework #1
Chapter 2
8. The study is a cross-over trial. Strengths of this study would include; the ability to use each
participant as his/her own control therefore there is no iss
Running head: RULEMAKING AND INTEREST GROUPS
Rulemaking and the Role of Interest Groups
Health Policy/HCA 610
National University
April 26, 2015
Abstract
1
RULEMAKING AND INTEREST GROUPS
2
A bill goes through many phases before it becomes a law that can b
COH 602 Biostatistics
Instructor: AnnMaria De Mars
Miranda Palmer-Anthony
Extra Credit #2
Chapter 8
2. An investigator wants to estimate caffeine consumption in high school students. How many
students would be required to ensure that a 95% confidence inte
Chapter 4
19) If there are outliers in a sample, which of the following is always true?
c) Mean < Median
Chapter 5
4) A national survey of graduate students is conducted to assess their
consumption of coffee.
a) What proportion of students drink decaffein
COH 602 Biostatistics
Instructor: AnnMaria De Mars
Miranda Palmer-Anthony
Homework #3
Chapter 6
4. The following data are collected as part of a study of coffee consumption among
undergraduate students. The following reflect cups per day consumed:
3
4
6
8
Critical policy issue as it relates to access to care, cost of care and quality of care.
Since the early 90s the Institute of Medicine has advocated for the use of
electronic health records (EHR) throughout the medical community.(2) On February
24th, 2009
Running head: UNCOMPENSATED HEALTH CARE AND COST SHIFTING
Uncompensated Health Care and Cost Shifting
March 15, 2015
Abstract
1
UNCOMPENSATED HEALTH CARE AND COST SHIFTING
This paper will look at a relationship that has developed, existence, and its accep
Running head: ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD: COST, QUALITY, ACCESS TO
CARE
Electronic Health Record: Its Relationship to Cost, Quality and Access of Care
National University
Abstract
The electronic health record (EHR) is a critical policy that has been impleme
Criticalpolicyissueasitrelatestoaccesstocare,costofcareandqualityofcare.
Thisisareviewoftheelectronicmedical(health)recordasacriticalpolicyissueandits
relationshiptocostofcare,qualityofcareandcostofcare.
Background
January 2009. President Obama, in a spee
Chapter 4
19) If there are outliers in a sample, which of the following is always true?
c) Mean < Median
Chapter 5
4) A national survey of graduate students is conducted to assess their
consumption of coffee.
a) What proportion of students drink decaffein