write and direct an executive MEMO to your company’s new Director of Negotiations. You have been asked to teach him/her the ropes. From the readings, provide this new employee with your best advice on how to develop the use of soft skills discussed in these readings to prepare fo
Robichau states that “the physician rules the roost in the healthcare world” and he also states, “physicians are the customer of the healthcare IT staff, but in many cases they are the unwilling customer, forced to adopt tools and processes that, in their eyes, get in the way of patient care. Add security measures to clinical workflows, and watch out!” (109-110).
Clinicians are very resistant to anything that impedes their time to treat, their flexibility, etc. Knowing what you know now about the criticality of theses controls (Network Security, Encryption, Mobile Device security, or Application Security), how can you help encourage the adoption of these controls even if sometimes inconvenient? What are the possible implications of IT/Security giving into the demands of clinicians to remove, turn off, stop these controls. What are possible implications of forcing security controls that impact the ability to care for patients?
As argued by Fernandez Armesto in chapters 12 and 13, was it better to be plugged into the connected world of Afro-Eurasia or not to be plugged into the connected world of Afro-Eurasia? do a cost vs benefit analysis of historical developments in the later Middle Ages from the perspective of the states and peoples he discusses in those two chapters. Were these people better off being connected or not?
focus more broadly on an area of the criminal justice system from a more theoretical perspective, understanding the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats that shape an area of the alternative criminal justice system. evaluate more broadly at the traditional justice system and alternative justice approaches and theories.