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Information System of Business on Health

 

Table of Contents

Answer to question no.1. 3

Answer to question no. 2. 4

Answer to question no. 3. 4

References. 6

Appendix. 7

 Answer to question no.1

The studies have been taken place by the groups the reputed researchers. However, it is evident that the results of that studies are not like each other. Rather they are different from each other. It is not possible to for the results to be consistent in the future also. The medical science is developing with the time. The mortality rate and the readmission rate of the people who have been already admitted to the hospitals once will be reduced by the help of the medicines (Piper et al., 2014). The application of the Rothman Index is beneficial to show the current state of health of the patients

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 Answer to question no.1

The studies have been taken place by the groups the reputed researchers. However, it is evident that the results of that studies are not like each other. Rather they are different from each other. It is not possible to for the results to be consistent in the future also. The medical science is developing with the time. The mortality rate and the readmission rate of the people who have been already admitted to the hospitals once will be reduced by the help of the medicines (Piper et al., 2014). The application of the Rothman Index is beneficial to show the current state of health of the patients

Figure 1: Rothman Index for the Patient

Moreover, the result of the studies will have to be different as the study has been conducted by three different dataset. The readmission rate of the Belgian patients can be different from that of the patients of Pennsylvania.

On the contrary, the result of the studies can be consistent if the study that has been conducted uses the same dataset (Henderson et al., 2017). The information can be change according to the variation of the patients, though the rate cannot be changed.

Answer to question no. 2

The studies have been conducted upon the medical centers of Belgium and Pennsylvania. However, it is not mentioned on the third study that it was conducted upon the people of which country (Taylor et al., 2013). The study can be conducted upon the people of the any other countries of the world. Thus it can be said that the result of the first two studies can be implemented upon the people of any country.

On the contrary, the result of the first two studies can be implemented among the patients and the medical centers of the Europe (Lorenzoni et al., 2014). The study has not been conducted upon the patients of Asia or Africa, thus it is not possible for the patients or the medical centers of the two continents to rely upon the result of the research.

Answer to question no. 3

It is recommended that the hospital obtain the data from the patients that have been readmitted in the organization in order to create their own database. The hospital can take preliminary references from the result of the conducted study (Collett, 2015). However, it is not recommended that the hospital depends upon the data and the results of the researches that have been conducted previously. Application of the statistical analysis and software can be beneficial for the management of the patient data (Gale et al., 2013)

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Figure 2: Application of the Statistical Method to keep patient data updated

On the other hand, there will be differences between the results of the conducted research and the data and the information of the mentioned hospital as it is evident that the patients and the care given to them will not be the same and it varies over the patients and the hospitals (Moses et al., 2015). Thus in order to specializing on the issue of the readmission, it is needed that the hospital needs to be depended on the dataset that has been created using their won patients and their experiences. 

 

 

References

Collett, D., 2015. Modelling survival data in medical research. CRC press.

Gale, N.K., Heath, G., Cameron, E., Rashid, S. and Redwood, S., 2013. Using the framework method for the analysis of qualitative data in multi-disciplinary health research. BMC medical research methodology13(1), p.117.

Henderson, R.G., McCloskey, B., Walter, E., Rimar, J., Bai, M. and Moritz, E.D., 2017. Using the Rothman Index and Length of Stay as a Trigger for Palliative Care in the Medical Intensive Care Unit and Step-Down Units. Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing19(3), pp.232-237.

Lorenzoni, L., Belloni, A. and Sassi, F., 2014. Health-care expenditure and health policy in the USA versus other high-spending OECD countries. The Lancet384(9937), pp.83-92.

Moses, H., Matheson, D.H., Cairns-Smith, S., George, B.P., Palisch, C. and Dorsey, E.R., 2015. The anatomy of medical research: US and international comparisons. Jama313(2), pp.174-189.

Piper, G.L., Kaplan, L.J., Maung, A.A., Lui, F.Y., Barre, K. and Davis, K.A., 2014. Using the Rothman index to predict early unplanned surgical intensive care unit readmissions. Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery77(1), pp.78-82.

Taylor, M.J., McNicholas, C., Nicolay, C., Darzi, A., Bell, D. and Reed, J.E., 2013. Systematic review of the application of the plan–do–study–act method to improve quality in healthcare. BMJ Qual Saf, pp.bmjqs-2013.

 

 

Appendix

Figure 3; Application of the computer to keep the data in track for the patient readmission