WRITE IN BUSINESS MEMO FORMAT. FOLLOW POSTED EXAMPLE
Review the ADVINOW and the TELEHEALTH videos.
Respond to the following questions.
1. Describe where ADVINOW fits in the spectrum of healthcare services. Primary Care? Emergency? Hospital?
2. What does ADVINOW actually do?
3. Describe 3 ways TELEHEALTH has DISRUPTED healthcare delivery.
4. Argue why a health administrator needs to know (or not) about these platforms/tools.
VIDEOS YOU MUST WATCH AND REFER TO!
attached is the paper example
Running Head: PROFESSIONALISM ARTICLE AND CRITIQUE
EXAMPLE OF HOW TO WRITE IN ACTIVE VOICE OBSERVING PARSIMONY
Professionalism refers to an individual who is is an individual that is dedicated to hertheir
profession . A professional is able to with the desire to M manage an organization with charm. It
is important that at workplace others coworkers think of the “professional” individual as reliable
Paragraph 4 speaks about the important traits of recent graduates that are lacking in
important traits which define professionalism . These traits such as include being honest,
Commented [SSH1]: Introduce paragraph 4 by its
content not number
Commented [SSH2]: Sharoze – use the active voice –
subject verb object; look up what is active voice.
consistent attendance, and correcting one’s own mistakes. Paragraph 4 from the article “At
work” [insert theme of P4] is an important topic . Workplace success depends on understanding
the key points. for the recent graduates to understand in o rder to succeed in any workplace .
Commented [SSH3]: Again…active voice, maybe you
saved your papers I corrected for you
According to the article “Employers ” [insert REF ] 60 recent sixty percent of recent
graduates lack critical thinking and attention to detail . These include such being on time at work
or lack of and dressing according t o the dress code. Additionally, While 44 forty-four percent are
not lack writing proficiency (Troyer, 2016).
PROFESSOR STUMPF STOPPED HERE . As mentioned in the “Work” article about
recent graduates lacking attending. Being on time shows discipline and reliability which shows
an individual is ready to accept the responsibility and is willing to hold themselves to task for
completion. By leaving a good example of being a reliable worker will demonstrate that an
individual has what it takes. Time is important gem and should not be wasted at any cost
Commented [SSH4]: Good ref, do this throughout
PROFESSIONALISM ARTICLE AND CRITIQUE
It is important for an employee to dress professional which creates a standard for visual
cohesion. How we dress sends a message and employees are the representative of their
workplace which is reflected in the organization’s mission, vision and values. (Troyer, 2016). It
makes it important for recent graduates to dress professionally at all times and the impressions
are naturally based on visuals. Whether if an employee is dressed professionally it will leave a
positive memory for others to remember.
Both articles have the similarities that mentions the importance of being honest. Ha ving
honesty represents the highest level of quality of human character. Integrity and honesty will
always matter in any occupation (Troyer, 2016). Having leadership skills makes this important
and responsibly must start.
HSCI 415, Tuesday
September 15, 2018
P2 mHealth vs Patients Like Me
Patients Like Me (PLM) is a stellar example of how social media in healthcare can be helpful for
patients and be profitable. Same is true for the two other mHealth companies.
1. Define mobile health. Describe how Epidemico and Clue are similar and/or different than
o Health care apps for individuals that are accessed through phones
Clue, Epidemico, & PLM all (Chloe Chen, 2014; Comstock, 2015; Wortham, 2016):
o Are forms of social media.
o For profit.
o Make lots of money.
o Affordable for users.
o Provide information.
Epidemico & PLM can provide GIS mapping (Comstock, 2015; PatientsLikeMeALS,
Clue (Wortham, 2016):
o Is an app.
o Centered on one specific health topic.
For tracking menstrual cycles & related symptoms.
o More Individualistic.
Epidemico (Comstock, 2015):
o Has multiple apps.
o Public Health social media apps.
o Compares data in various locations.
o Has apps to provide information on (Comstock, 2015):
How to react to fevers.
Drug side effects.
Black market process of prescription drugs.
o Looks at people who post online about selling or buying illegal drugs.
PLM (Chloe Chen, 2014):
o Is a website.
o More social media driven.
o About the connection.
o Helps people find others like to them.
2. Describe how PLM is an example of social media.
o Online community for patients that are suffering (Chloe Chen, 2014).
o Allows patients to socialize with others with the same illness (Chloe Chen,
o Make a profile for yourself (Chloe Chen, 2014; PatientsLikeMeALS, 2009;
PatientsLikeMe Youtube, 2010):
Use unidentifiable username.
Sign up for your disease community.
Fill out information about disease and treatments.
Explain how wellbeing throughout the day & how quality of life has
Get whole medical history.
Can get a dashboard of their health.
o Allows people to compare treatments (Chloe Chen, 2014).
Can see what everyone else is taking.
Can see how others are dealing with treatments and illness.
3. Describe the PLM business model. What customer needs does PLM meet?
PLM Business model (Chloe Chen, 2014):
o Patients do not pay.
o There are no advertisements.
o Sell members information to “partners.”
Including (Chloe Chen, 2014):
– Pharmaceutical companies
– Health care providers
Needs PLM meets (Chloe Chen, 2014):
o Helps patients find answers to problems.
o Provides companionship and connections.
o Provides lots of information.
o Offers understanding.
4. How does each company – PLM, Epidemico and Clue – make money?
All collect data from large samples and turn it into money (Chloe Chen, 2014).
They sell their data to those who want it (Chloe Chen, 2014).
o Such as drug companies, researchers, etc.
o Sell information for off-label purposes.
Chloe Chen. (2014, February 17). Patients Like Me. [Video File]. Retrieved September 13, 2018,
Comstock, J. (2013, August 02). Five Ways a Boston Children’s Hospital Spin-off is Using
Social Media for Public Health. Mobihealthnews. Retrieved September 14, 2018, from
Innovatemedtec. (n.d. ). mHealth. Retrieved September 13, 2018, from
PatientsLikeMeALS. (2009, January 5). PatientsLikeMe ALS.MND Community – New
Features. [Video File]. Retrieved September 13, 2018, from
PatientsLikeMe YouTube. (2010, February 10). PatientsLikeMe Epilepsy Community: How to
fill out your Pro. [Video File]. Retrieved September 13, 2018, from
Worthham, J. (2016, March 23). We’re More Honest With Our Phones Than With Our Doctors.
The New York Times Magazine. Retrieved September 14, 2018, from
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