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The Meaningful Use of HITECH Act 2009

In 2009, the USA government signed the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) into law as a part of the already existing America Recovery and Reinvestment Act (2009). The primary objective of the Act is to ensure a secure and healthy adoption of the health information technology for social health developments. The Act led to a series of changes in the health industry including with the methods used to collect, analyze, and store medical data (USA Department of Health and Human Services, 2014). The Act has four subtitles that seek to promote the meaning use of the health information data without any intentional or unintentional risks to the human rights including the rights to privacy. For the past five years, the USA population has engaged in a debate on the applicability of the HITECH Act and the merits and demerits in relevance to the meaningful use as explained in the first Subtitle, ‘improving health Care Quality and Services.'

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Global Health and Evidence Based Practice

Global health involves the act of conducting researches that in turn require an evidence-based practice so as to bring out the intended findings. Global health worldwide hence incorporates a whole different lot of countries. To achieve a set of objectives, some medical practitioners adopt evidence-based practice as a way of conducting research: clinical data for clinical use. This paper brings out different findings and reasons as to why different clinical research methods are better as compared to others. Evidence related to the same is also included in the paper.

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Ethic and Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate social responsibility according to Bowen (1953) is the commitment of an organization or business to pursue policies and decisions geared towards actions desirable and valuable to the society. The main idea behind this is that business ventures have a responsibility to the society beyond profit making for their shareholders (Shabana and Caroll, 2010). For this assignment, I chose too critically to examine Barclay Bank’s corporate social responsibility.

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Engineering Management

Introduction

This is a report about Starbucks and how it understands internalization and sustainability and how the company is managing all the aspects of business. The author interviewed on of the senior managers of the company in charge of management. He gave out the history of the company and how it has ensured it remains competitive giving its SWOT analysis. The paper gives a report about how the company understands about internalization and sustainability giving its strengths, weaknesses as well how it embraces diversity and multiculturalism.

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Corporate Governance

Introduction

The claim thats “We rely on shareholders to impose morality in the global marketplace” is valid since the ultimate benefits of corporations rests on the owners. With weak interventions and internal control of the operations of firms including the existence of information asymmetry between the agent- principle arrangements, leads to an adverse effect where agency problem creeps in. Companies’ executives and managers amass much wealth and benefits when the incentives to do so exist. This paper seeks to identify the validity of the claim and the solutions proposed as alternative corporate governance strategies and their possible positive and negative implications to the corporations and society.”

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