Apr 19 CCK, CU 041419MT

GU: bladder nontender upon palpation

Labwork: (fasting labs drawn this morning)

CBC: UA:

WBC 6,300/mm3 pH 5

Hgb 12.8 gm/dl SpGr 1.010

Hct 42% Leukocyte

esterase

negative

RBC 4.6 million nitrites negative

MCV 93 fl Glucose 1+

MCHC 34 g/dl Protein negative

RDW 13.8% ketones negative

CMP:

Sodium 136 Hemoglobin

A1C

6.6%

Potassium 4.4

Chloride 100 TSH 2.31

CO2 29 Free T 4 0.9 ng/dL

Glucose 127 Cholesterol:

BUN 12

Creatinine 0.7 TC 215 mg/dl

GFR est non-

AA

99

mL/min/1.73

LDL 144 mg/dl

GFR est AA 101

mL/min/1.73

VLDL 36 mg/dl

Calcium 9.4 HDL 32mg/dl

Total protein 7.6 Triglycerides 229

Bilirubin, total 0.5 EKG:

Alkaline

phosphatase

72

normal sinus rhythm

AST 25

ALT 29

Anion gap 8.10

Bun/Creat 17.7

You have been asked to develop a quality improvement (QI) process for your medical facility employer. You have previously established the skill sets required for QI team members. The chief information officer has asked you what areas you will be analyzing and how you will determine if your project was successful or not. Complete the following:

  • Write a paper that details the method that you will use to quantitatively and qualitatively measure your QI process for various QI areas in your health care facility.Moreover, qualitative approach provides insights into the attitudes, behaviors, and motivations on issues related to physical activity as a way of educing obesity prevalence among adolescents. This process will give room for in-depth evaluation of issues that are being researched. Moreover, qualitative approach enables the researcher to investigate highly-sensitive information.