In cases of bioterrorism or biologic weapons. Discuss

tThe United States’ health-related views and laws are shaped by social, political, and historical factors that are often part of the larger debate over individual rights versus the collective good.

Although this debate reaches beyond the focus of this week’s topic, discuss and weigh in on some of the following issues:

Should childhood immunizations be mandatory or optional?

Should the government regulate workplace safety, or does this type of regulation stall the growth of companies and the economy?

Should higher insurance rates or taxes be used to punish poor health choices (e.g., cigarettes, “junk” food)? Would this be unfair to individuals, or is this fair since all Americans pay a portion of the healthcare costs to care for these choices?

When, if ever, does national security trump state or individual rights? In major health pandemics? In cases of bioterrorism or biologic weapons?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length.

tThe United States’ health-related views and laws are shaped by social, political, and historical factors that are often part of the larger debate over individual rights versus the collective good.

Although this debate reaches beyond the focus of this week’s topic, discuss and weigh in on some of the following issues:

Should childhood immunizations be mandatory or optional?

Should the government regulate workplace safety, or does this type of regulation stall the growth of companies and the economy?

Should higher insurance rates or taxes be used to punish poor health choices (e.g., cigarettes, “junk” food)? Would this be unfair to individuals, or is this fair since all Americans pay a portion of the healthcare costs to care for these choices?

When, if ever, does national security trump state or individual rights? In major health pandemics? In cases of bioterrorism or biologic weapons?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length.

tThe United States’ health-related views and laws are shaped by social, political, and historical factors that are often part of the larger debate over individual rights versus the collective good.

Although this debate reaches beyond the focus of this week’s topic, discuss and weigh in on some of the following issues:

Should childhood immunizations be mandatory or optional?

Should the government regulate workplace safety, or does this type of regulation stall the growth of companies and the economy?

Should higher insurance rates or taxes be used to punish poor health choices (e.g., cigarettes, “junk” food)? Would this be unfair to individuals, or is this fair since all Americans pay a portion of the healthcare costs to care for these choices?

When, if ever, does national security trump state or individual rights? In major health pandemics? In cases of bioterrorism or biologic weapons?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length.

tThe United States’ health-related views and laws are shaped by social, political, and historical factors that are often part of the larger debate over individual rights versus the collective good.

Although this debate reaches beyond the focus of this week’s topic, discuss and weigh in on some of the following issues:

Should childhood immunizations be mandatory or optional?

Should the government regulate workplace safety, or does this type of regulation stall the growth of companies and the economy?

Should higher insurance rates or taxes be used to punish poor health choices (e.g., cigarettes, “junk” food)? Would this be unfair to individuals, or is this fair since all Americans pay a portion of the healthcare costs to care for these choices?

When, if ever, does national security trump state or individual rights? In major health pandemics? In cases of bioterrorism or biologic weapons?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length.

tThe United States’ health-related views and laws are shaped by social, political, and historical factors that are often part of the larger debate over individual rights versus the collective good.

Although this debate reaches beyond the focus of this week’s topic, discuss and weigh in on some of the following issues:

Should childhood immunizations be mandatory or optional?

Should the government regulate workplace safety, or does this type of regulation stall the growth of companies and the economy?

Should higher insurance rates or taxes be used to punish poor health choices (e.g., cigarettes, “junk” food)? Would this be unfair to individuals, or is this fair since all Americans pay a portion of the healthcare costs to care for these choices?

When, if ever, does national security trump state or individual rights? In major health pandemics? In cases of bioterrorism or biologic weapons?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length.

tThe United States’ health-related views and laws are shaped by social, political, and historical factors that are often part of the larger debate over individual rights versus the collective good.

Although this debate reaches beyond the focus of this week’s topic, discuss and weigh in on some of the following issues:

Should childhood immunizations be mandatory or optional?

Should the government regulate workplace safety, or does this type of regulation stall the growth of companies and the economy?

Should higher insurance rates or taxes be used to punish poor health choices (e.g., cigarettes, “junk” food)? Would this be unfair to individuals, or is this fair since all Americans pay a portion of the healthcare costs to care for these choices?

When, if ever, does national security trump state or individual rights? In major health pandemics? In cases of bioterrorism or biologic weapons?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length.

What did it mean. Discuss

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Concepts of healthcare informatics

HIMSS Part II

The final project for this course will be created each week. Each assignment will lead to a second assignment that adds to the PPT slide deck. In this manner, you create the final project as you progress through the course. This model provides for deeper learner and a more rigorous final project.

Create PPT slides based upon assignment part I.

Include the following aspects in the assignment:

Ø  Construct 3-5 PPT slides to illustrate your content and tools from part 1

Ø  Follow the rules of good PPT slide construction

Ø  Submit the slides for grading and feedback

Ø  File to slides to add to the final presentation

HIMSS Part II

The final project for this course will be created each week. Each assignment will lead to a second assignment that adds to the PPT slide deck. In this manner, you create the final project as you progress through the course. This model provides for deeper learner and a more rigorous final project.

Create PPT slides based upon assignment part I.

Include the following aspects in the assignment:

Ø  Construct 3-5 PPT slides to illustrate your content and tools from part 1

Ø  Follow the rules of good PPT slide construction

Ø  Submit the slides for grading and feedback

Ø  File to slides to add to the final presentation

HIMSS Part II

The final project for this course will be created each week. Each assignment will lead to a second assignment that adds to the PPT slide deck. In this manner, you create the final project as you progress through the course. This model provides for deeper learner and a more rigorous final project.

Create PPT slides based upon assignment part I.

Include the following aspects in the assignment:

Ø  Construct 3-5 PPT slides to illustrate your content and tools from part 1

Ø  Follow the rules of good PPT slide construction

Ø  Submit the slides for grading and feedback

Ø  File to slides to add to the final presentation

HIMSS Part II

The final project for this course will be created each week. Each assignment will lead to a second assignment that adds to the PPT slide deck. In this manner, you create the final project as you progress through the course. This model provides for deeper learner and a more rigorous final project.

Create PPT slides based upon assignment part I.

Include the following aspects in the assignment:

Ø  Construct 3-5 PPT slides to illustrate your content and tools from part 1

Ø  Follow the rules of good PPT slide construction

Ø  Submit the slides for grading and feedback

Ø  File to slides to add to the final presentation

HIMSS Part II

The final project for this course will be created each week. Each assignment will lead to a second assignment that adds to the PPT slide deck. In this manner, you create the final project as you progress through the course. This model provides for deeper learner and a more rigorous final project.

Create PPT slides based upon assignment part I.

Include the following aspects in the assignment:

Ø  Construct 3-5 PPT slides to illustrate your content and tools from part 1

Ø  Follow the rules of good PPT slide construction

Ø  Submit the slides for grading and feedback

Ø  File to slides to add to the final presentation

HIMSS Part II

The final project for this course will be created each week. Each assignment will lead to a second assignment that adds to the PPT slide deck. In this manner, you create the final project as you progress through the course. This model provides for deeper learner and a more rigorous final project.

Create PPT slides based upon assignment part I.

Include the following aspects in the assignment:

Ø  Construct 3-5 PPT slides to illustrate your content and tools from part 1

Ø  Follow the rules of good PPT slide construction

Ø  Submit the slides for grading and feedback

Ø  File to slides to add to the final presentation

HIMSS Part II

The final project for this course will be created each week. Each assignment will lead to a second assignment that adds to the PPT slide deck. In this manner, you create the final project as you progress through the course. This model provides for deeper learner and a more rigorous final project.

Create PPT slides based upon assignment part I.

Include the following aspects in the assignment:

Ø  Construct 3-5 PPT slides to illustrate your content and tools from part 1

Ø  Follow the rules of good PPT slide construction

Ø  Submit the slides for grading and feedback

Ø  File to slides to add to the final presentationv

Discussion informatics and assessment

v

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Instructions: In a short 1 page, please expand on the questions posed above. APA style, include 1 reference no later than 5 years old. (Rubric)

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Instructions: In a short 1 page, please expand on the questions posed above. APA style, include 1 reference no later than 5 years old. (Rubric)

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Instructions: In a short 1 page, please expand on the questions posed above. APA style, include 1 reference no later than 5 years old. (Rubric)

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Instructions: In a short 1 page, please expand on the questions posed above. APA style, include 1 reference no later than 5 years old. (Rubric)

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Instructions: In a short 1 page, please expand on the questions posed above. APA style, include 1 reference no later than 5 years old. (Rubric)

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Instructions: In a short 1 page, please expand on the questions posed above. APA style, include 1 reference no later than 5 years old. (Rubric)

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Instructions: In a short 1 page, please expand on the questions posed above. APA style, include 1 reference no later than 5 years old. (Rubric)

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Instructions: In a short 1 page, please expand on the questions posed above. APA style, include 1 reference no later than 5 years old. (Rubric)

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Instructions: In a short 1 page, please expand on the questions posed above. APA style, include 1 reference no later than 5 years old. (Rubric)

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Instructions: In a short 1 page, please expand on the questions posed above. APA style, include 1 reference no later than 5 years old. (Rubric)v

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Instructions: In a short 1 page, please expand on the questions posed above. APA style, include 1 reference no later than 5 years old. (Rubric)

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Instructions: In a short 1 page, please expand on the questions posed above. APA style, include 1 reference no later than 5 years old. (Rubric)

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Instructions: In a short 1 page, please expand on the questions posed above. APA style, include 1 reference no later than 5 years old. (Rubric)

Discuss technology-related connotation

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Healthcare informatics and technology

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Does the original meaning matter today. Discuss

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Instructions: In a short 1 page, please expand on the questions posed above. APA style, include 1 reference no later than 5 years old. (Rubric)

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Instructions: In a short 1 page, please expand on the questions posed above. APA style, include 1 reference no later than 5 years old. (Rubric)

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Instructions: In a short 1 page, please expand on the questions posed above. APA style, include 1 reference no later than 5 years old. (Rubric)

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Instructions: In a short 1 page, please expand on the questions posed above. APA style, include 1 reference no later than 5 years old. (Rubric)

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Instructions: In a short 1 page, please expand on the questions posed above. APA style, include 1 reference no later than 5 years old. (Rubric)

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Instructions: In a short 1 page, please expand on the questions posed above. APA style, include 1 reference no later than 5 years old. (Rubric)

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Instructions: In a short 1 page, please expand on the questions posed above. APA style, include 1 reference no later than 5 years old. (Rubric)

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Instructions: In a short 1 page, please expand on the questions posed above. APA style, include 1 reference no later than 5 years old. (Rubric)

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Instructions: In a short 1 page, please expand on the questions posed above. APA style, include 1 reference no later than 5 years old. (Rubric)

Discuss the meaning of e patient

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Discuss the national security trump state

The United States’ health-related views and laws are shaped by social, political, and historical factors that are often part of the larger debate over individual rights versus the collective good.

Although this debate reaches beyond the focus of this week’s topic, discuss and weigh in on some of the following issues:

Should childhood immunizations be mandatory or optional?

Should the government regulate workplace safety, or does this type of regulation stall the growth of companies and the economy?

Should higher insurance rates or taxes be used to punish poor health choices (e.g., cigarettes, “junk” food)? Would this be unfair to individuals, or is this fair since all Americans pay a portion of the healthcare costs to care for these choices?

When, if ever, does national security trump state or individual rights? In major health pandemics? In cases of bioterrorism or biologic weapons?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

The United States’ health-related views and laws are shaped by social, political, and historical factors that are often part of the larger debate over individual rights versus the collective good.

Although this debate reaches beyond the focus of this week’s topic, discuss and weigh in on some of the following issues:

Should childhood immunizations be mandatory or optional?

Should the government regulate workplace safety, or does this type of regulation stall the growth of companies and the economy?

Should higher insurance rates or taxes be used to punish poor health choices (e.g., cigarettes, “junk” food)? Would this be unfair to individuals, or is this fair since all Americans pay a portion of the healthcare costs to care for these choices?

When, if ever, does national security trump state or individual rights? In major health pandemics? In cases of bioterrorism or biologic weapons?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Discuss about information Discution

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?

Almost all you will be surprised to learn that the original “e” in epatient did not refer to anything electronic.

What did it mean? Does the original meaning matter today, or is it irrelevant, considering the newer and overwhelmingly more recognized technology-related connotation?