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disaffirmance.
Weegy: Disaffirmance: Disaffirmance occurs when a voidable contractual obligation is renounced. Minors or, in some cases, persons who can prove they lacked the capacity to enter a legally binding contract - intoxication, mental incompetence etc. [ - can disaffirm a contract and therefore avoid all legal obligations set forth in the contract. ] (More)
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Noddy threatens physical harm to force Odell to sell his business, Pasta Palace, Inc., to Noddy for a below-market price. This is _____.
Weegy: Noddy threatens physical harm to force Odell to sell his business, Pasta Palace, Inc., to Noddy for a below-market price. This is duress. (More)
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Define quality of health services from the physicians', patients' and regulatory agencies' perspectives
Weegy: The modern approach to healthcare seeks to engage the attention of both patients and the public in developing healthcare services and equity of access, but this is not easy to achieve, requiring time, commitment, [ political support and cultural change to overcome barriers to change [18,19]. Improvement in selected aspects of health care delivery through quality assurance and outcome assessment has been driven by political expediency. While this is important, a 'bottom up' assessment of patient satisfaction seems preferable if service improvement is to be translated into outcomes meaningful to patients, especially improved quality of life [20,21]. Satisfaction can be defined as the extent of an individual's experience compared with his or her expectations [22]. Patients' satisfaction is related to the extent to which general health care needs and condition-specific needs are met. Evaluating to what extent patients are satisfied with health services is clinically relevant, as satisfied patients are more likely to comply with treatment [23], take an active role in their own care [24], to continue using medical care services and stay within a health provider (where there are some choices) and maintain with a specific system [25]. In addition, health professionals may benefit from satisfaction surveys that identify potential areas for service improvement and health expenditure may be optimised through patient-guided planning and evaluation [19]. Critics draw attention to the lack of a standard approach to measuring satisfaction and of comparative studies [26,27] and so the significance of the results of those surveys that do exist in the literature is often ignored. ] User: An EHR is defined by the fact that there is collection of data from multiple sources, that provide decision support, and: (Points : 10) Affords a paperless environment Is used at the point of care Provides for continuity of care Shares data with ... (More)
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