Patton Fuller Community Hospital Network Project Week 4

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    Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Networking Project

    Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Networking Project Deepa Mathur University of Phoenix IT Infrastructure (CMGT/554) Instructor: La Shanda Perry 22 October 2012 The purpose of this document is to identify how data is transmitted within Patton-Fuller Community Hospital and externally. The paper also attempts to identify and describe the OSI layers directly involved in the hospital network and also provides evidence of each layer identified. Last, the paper attempts to identify

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    Week 6

    Patton-Fuller Community Hospital IT Department Patton-Fuller Community Hospital (PFCH) has capacity to accommodate more than 600 patients at time. They have more than 600-beds. Due to raising health care costs this community hospital is also being affected, but on the other hand they have to maintain the quality health care services. Due to the seriousness of the latest economic recession, U.S. dollars of investment have been the organizations "slow." Therefore

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    E-Commerce Though Web Portal of Patton-Fuller

    Week 5 Assignment Ricardo Laroza Jr. CMGT/554 - IT INFRASTRUCTURE February 13, 2012 La Shanda Perry Week 5 Assignment This paper will go over the e-commerce or e-business services are available though the current web portal of Patton-Fuller Community Hospital, and compare and contrast the services that other hospital websites make available. Also, this paper will show how a web portal can expanded to provide outside vendor services like Just in Time pharmaceutical replenishment, inventory

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    Integrative Network Design Project Part 3

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    Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Network Project -- Week 4

    Abstract One might think that a hospitals soul operations is to provide doctors and nurses to assist patients with their sickness and diseases. However, there is a ton of operations and systems that go on in the background. At Patton-Fuller Community Hospital, they split up their business information systems in four ways. Patton-Fuller Community Hospital use this system to improve communication and collaboration between senior management, employees, doctors, nurses and patients. In addition, the

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    Coopergreen Hospital and the Community Care Plan

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    Cmgt 554/It Infrastructure Week 3

    Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Networking Project (Week 3) University of Phoenix CMGT 554/IT INFRASTRUCTURE Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Networking Project Today most new building construction is built with new technology and is not as much concerned with the type of budgets that a hospital muse consider in order to redesign a whole new network structure for the purpose of being more optimal and maintaining standards that keep up with advances in new technology. In most cases, a hospital’s

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    Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Networking Project

    Week Three Individual Paper Patton- Fuller Community Hospital Networking Project CMGT 554/IT Infrastruct In week’s three individual dissection of Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Networking Department, I will discuss three topics that will help with a better understanding of the Hospital’s Networking Department. During the first topic, a complete analysis will be completed on the network systems in use. While covering the second topic, discussion on what standards may be missing from the Hospital’s

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    Cmgt/554 Week 3 Individual

    Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Networking Project Week 3 Individual Week 3 individual Week 3 Individual This paper will show an analysis of the Patton-Fuller Community Hospital network system. Based on the findings I will define what may be missing from the current network architecture. In addition I will identify the wireless technology in use, and how it enhances the hospital network. Looking at the Patton-Fuller Community Hospital intranet Web site it shows seven separate network

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    Week 6 2010 Budget for Patton Fuller

    2013 2010 Operating Budget Projection Based upon a review of the Patton Fuller Community Hospital 2009 operating budget variances, the long and short term plans of the various hospital departments and an in depth analysis of general economic conditions, the following assumptions have been concluded and will be used in the preparation of the 2010 operating budget projections. Patton Fuller Community Hospital should anticipate a 1% total “deflation rate” for prices in 2009; because

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    2010 Budget , Patton Fuller Community Hospital

    2013 2010 Operating Budget Projection Based upon a review of the Patton Fuller Community Hospital 2009 operating budget variances, the long and short term plans of the various hospital departments and an in depth analysis of general economic conditions, the following assumptions have been concluded and will be used in the preparation of the 2010 operating budget projections. Patton Fuller Community Hospital should anticipate a 1% total “deflation rate” for prices in 2009; because

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    Patton-Fuller Ratio Computation

    Patton-Fuller Ratio Computation July 8, 2013 HCS/405 Regina Robinson The Eight Basic Ratios 1. Current Ratio (Unaudited) 2009 Current Assets $128,867 ÷ Current Liabilities $23,807= 5.4129877 or 5.413 (5 to 1) 2008 Current Assets $130,026 ÷ Current Liabilities $8,380 = 15.516229 or 15.516 (15 to 1) Current Ratio (Audited) 2009 $128,867 ÷ $23,807= 5.3709833 or 5.371(5 to 1) 2008 $130,026 ÷ $8,380= 15.516229

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    Patton Fuller

    computations to Patton Fuller Community Hospital taken from Audited and Unaudited Reports from year 2008 and 2009. Team E will indicate the significant changes from 2008 and 2009 that occurred. From 2008 and 2009 the remaining assets reduced, but showed an increase in the hospital’s obligations. The hospital is at the moment creating an adequate revenue to comprise the debt of the hospital from increasing in expenses. The Revenue needs improvement to avoid the debts of the hospital upsurge. To stipulate

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    Patton

    Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Jason Raines CMGT/554 IT Infrastructure October 14, 2013 La Shanda Perry Network Operations Patton-Fuller Community Hospital is known for specializing in surgery, medical care, physical therapy, radiology, pharmacy, labor, and delivery. Patton-Fuller Community Hospital has been in business since 1975. The hospital’s main focus is to provide quality medical care to all of their patients both adults and children. Patton-Fuller Community Hospital is one of

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    Patton-Fuller Community Hospital's Structure and Functional Relationships Contribute to Its Success

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    554 Week 3

    554 Week 3 Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Web Portal CMGT 554 Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Web Portal The way of the net is how all businesses are being conducted recently. Hospitals as well as any other company should learn to include this technology to increase their business capabilities. The Patton-Fuller Hospital knows this and is attempting to find latest methods to use this technology in everyday business. There are already some uses inside the hospital and this document will talk

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    Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Networking

    Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Networking David Loggins CMGT/554 October 13, 2013 La Shanda Perry Patton-Fuller Network Since 1975, Patton-Fuller Community Hospital has been in business as a non-profit full service health care institution which provides high level emergency medical care, physical therapy, radiology, surgery, labor and delivery, surgery and many other services that deal with the health and well being of its local community. In order for the organization to function

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    Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Network Project

    Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Network Project Harold Copeland CMGT/554 11/11/13 Dean Mcintyre Company Overview Patton-Fuller Community Hospital is a community hospital that provides healthcare services designed to meet the needs of patients at every stage of life. The hospital was originally founded in 1975. Patton-Fuller Community Hospital has been an important part of the community since its opening. Patton-Fuller Community Hospital is located on the corner of 61st. Street

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    Patton Fuller Hospital

    Patton Fuller Hospital NTC/362 January 20, 2014 Patton Fuller Hospital Patton Fuller is a community hospital that has been proudly serving the community since 1975. Patience care is number one, and they thrive to ensure each of their patients experience is as pleasant as possible. Hospitals are under enormous pressure to treat patients in the most effective and efficient way. By leveraging the best IT systems, health organizations provide the type of patient care with the speed and efficiency

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    Project Control Week 4 Memo

    CMGT410 Project Controls MEMO TO: All Management FROM: Human Resources DATE: August 26, 2013 SUBJECT: Project Control Concerns From time to time there are concerns on how we handle and manage project control issues. There are some concerns that have been brought to my attention and this is to clear them up and erase any doubt you may have. Our Project is going as planned and is scheduled for completion on August 19th. All goals and milestones have been met leaving us at a 75% completion

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    Network Pfch

    Networking Project Patton-Fuller Web Portal Patton-Fuller has limited e-business compatibility with its local community through their Customer Management Relations. PFCH leverages CRM to enhance patient loyalty through the ability for patients to interface with the hospital directly through the Internet. Patient recommendations, complaints, and comments provide patient satisfaction reports to senior management in CRM tracking. For PFCH enhancements as indicated in

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    Mountain View Community Hospital

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    Network 320 Week 4 Wireless Network Traffic

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    Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Networking

    information technology plays an enormous role in the medical industry. Providing the correct network architecture, and infrastructure will allow hospitals to have up-to-date information about all its patients and personnel at all times, to avoid any serious mistakes that can determine the welfare of the patients. Information Systems and Network Overview The Patton-Fuller Community Hospital information technology infrastructure consists of two main areas; the clinical and administrative

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    Patton-Fuller Ratios

    were different and did not match but several thousand dollars. The Patton-Fuller Community hospital needs to hire a financial representative who has experience with accounting in order to keep their statements and accounts compliant with positive numbers. Using the previous year as a format for how to prepare for the upcoming years is an important task that the financial department should adhere to. By increase the revenue the hospital will need to prepare by ordering more supplies, increasing wages

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    Patton-Fuller Hospital

    Patton-Fuller Community Hospital’s Backbone Network Structure The hospitals current backbone network structure for the Executive Management, Human Resources, Operations, Facilities, Finance and the IT & Data departments all use 1000 Base T with a CAT 6 cable. There is a Network Bridge that connects the Cisco Router and the Mac Pro Server using 1000 Base F with a single mode fiber to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) partition of the hospital. These sections are the

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    Patton-Fuller

    INDP FINAL PROJECT Morris Arnwine NTC/362 10/29/2014 Steven Randel Patton- Fuller Community Hospital The network’s fundamental characteristics and components- The Patton-Fuller Community Hospital is serving the public and they have the responsibility of providing good service and protecting each patient’s rights. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) outlines the principles and requirements that the hospital must use to ensure they are protecting patient’s rights

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    Patton Fuller Ratios

    the financial statements, located in the Patton Fuller Community Hospital Virtual Organization. 1. Click on the Virtual Organization link on the left column of the student website. 2. Click on the Healthcare tab and acc1ess the Patton-Fuller Community Hospital. 3. Click the Chief Financial Officer link under the Corporate Officers tab to access the financial statements. Compute the eight ratios—as shown in Chapter 11—for Patton-Fuller Hospital based on its unaudited financial statements

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    Patton-Fuller Ratio Computation

    Patton-Fuller Ratio Computation Patton-Fuller Ratio Computation July 8, 2013 HCS/405 Regina Robinson The Eight Basic Ratios 1. Current Ratio (Unaudited) 2009 Current Assets $128,867 ÷ Current Liabilities $23,807= 5.4129877 or 5.413 (5 to 1) 2008 Current Assets $130,026 ÷ Current Liabilities $8,380 = 15.516229 or 15.516 (15 to 1) Current Ratio (Audited) 2009 $128,867 ÷ $23,807= 5.3709833 or 5.371(5 to 1)

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    Patton Fuller

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    Patton Fuller Networking Project

    Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Networking Project Tracey Jenkins IT Infrastructure La Shandra Perry November 24, 2011 Patton-Fuller Community Hospital (PFCH) was established in 1975 and is a for-profit hospital dedicated to serving the needs of its community by providing quality medical care. PFCH operates a 600-bed full-service hospital, providing a variety of programs (Apollo Group, 2006, 2010, 2011). PFCH uses several network systems, including

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    Hospital Network

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    Patton Fuller

    Are the financial ratios for the hospital improving? The Answer is: No There is a essential use and limitations of financial ratio analysis, One must keep in mind the following issues when using financial ratios: One of the most important reasons for using financial ratio analysis is comparability and for this, a reference point is required. Usually, financial ratios are compared to historical ratios of the business itself, competitor’s financial ratios or the overall ratios of the industry

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    Patton-Fuller Community Hospital

    account. Treasury stock is a contra stockholders’ equity account and cash is an asset so this transaction would result in the following: (1) Has no effect on net income, (2) Decreases total assets, (3) Has no effect on total paid-in capital, and (4) Decreases total stockholders’ equity. If treasury stock is resold at a price above original cost, cash is then debited for the amount of the proceeds ($15,000), Treasury stock is credited at cost ($12,000), and the excess ($3,000) is credited to

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    Financial Data Analysis for Patton Fuller Community Hospital

    Financial Data Analysis for Patton Fuller Community Hospital Bobbie Griffin HCS/577 April 16, 2012 Crystal Chilman University of Phoenix Patton Fuller Community Hospital This paper will analyze the for-profit organization, Patton Fuller Community Hospital, financial data and determine what happened to with the $1 million that Abigail left to the hospital after she passed.  Patton Fuller is very dedicated into providing excellent services to their

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    Patton Fuller Web Strategies

    Patton-Fuller Analysis of Network Systems Christopher M. Haider CMGT/554 October 30, 2011 Professor Matt Mancani Abstract Patton-Fuller Community Hospital tasked its IT department with performing an analysis of its network architecture to provide a structure of physical devices and areas that require improvement to enhance and maintain a competitive edge in the health care market. The analysis revealed weaknesses in the way the Radiology department connects to a 1000 BaseF Ethernet fiber

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    Financial Ratios for Patton-Fuller Community Hospital

    Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Ratio Computation 2009 and 2008 This paper will show the ratio computations to Patton-Fuller Community Hospital. From these computations, taken from the Unaudited and Audited Reports from 2009 and 2008, Team E will address significant changes, if any occurred, and address what Patton-Fuller Community Hospital plans are within the next year to five years regarding any changes. In closing this paper will address the reasons that our team agrees or disagrees

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    Patton Fuller Community Hospital Network Analysis

    Network Analysis of Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Patton-Fuller Community Hospital has been in existence since 1975, providing services ranging from basic medical care, outpatient, and pharmacy; to surgery, obstetrics, and physical therapy. The hospital’s mission is to provide a high quality standard of service and practice to the patients of the surrounding community. As with most health care facilities, heavy use of technology is needed in order to enact an efficient and stable operation with

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    Patton-Fuller

    Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Joshua Harris NTC/362 August 9th, 2012 Richard Douglass Patton-Fuller Community Hospital ”Patton- Fuller Community Hospital has prided itself on providing top-of-the-notch not-for-profit health care organization since their opening in 1975” (University of Phoenix, 2012). The hospital’s specialty is in providing high-quality health care to all patients, and establishing peaceful work relationships within the staff. Services provided

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    Patton Fuller Community Hospital Networking Project

    Networking Project Tony Sanchious University of Phoenix CMGT/554 September 10, 2012 La Shanda Perry Patton-Fuller Community Hospital is a prominent hospital that is known for specializing in radiology, physical therapy, pharmacy, and surgery. Patton-Fuller Community Hospital was founded in 1975. Patton-Fuller Community Hospital has been providing quality care to all its patients both children and adults alike. Patton-Fuller Community Hospital patients are accustomed to

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    Patton-Fuller Business Analysis

    Patton-Fuller Hospital Business Systems Analysis Steven McDowell CMGT 554 September 16, 2012 Matt Mancani - Instructor Business systems enable companies to meet customer demands for speedy and efficient delivery of services. With the introduction of the internet into most traditional business systems the technology has forced a reevaluation of how companies do business and the new opportunities to improve performance and ultimately sales. Functional

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