"Interoperability" Please respond to the following:

  • Elaborate on the trend of interoperability of health care management information systems.  Determine a significant challenge that health care organizations will face when creating an interoperable system.  Justify your response.
  • Suggest a significant benefit of interoperabilmitt that is the result of the SAPHIRE project.  Provide support for your rnationals.

"Solutions to HMIS Issues" 

  • Determine the most significant requirement of an effective solution to interoperability.  Provide a rationale for your determination.
  • Suggest a significant challenge of applying WSIHS to health care management information systems (HMIS), and indicate how the challenge may be mitigated.

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Murach Pg. 522 (Chapter 16) Exercise 1-3


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Should not be less than 15 pages. Use guidelines and PowerPoint slides below for reference and help.

2 Page paper regarding a critical issue or topic in the Criminal Justice System. Paper must be submitted using a cover page, MLA, single spaced, 12-point font, and have 2 peer reviewed references. You may pick any topic or critical issue to write about regarding the criminal justice system structure, processes or topics.  Below are some possible suggestions.

Discretion throughout the Criminal Justice process

Intermediate Sanctions (p 344)

Prison Programs and the prison system

Capital Punishment (include a bit about the debate of it) (pg 264)

Sentencing (various types sentencing and processes)

Trial Process (p 217)

The criminal courts ( structure and process)

Possible areas of corruption in the criminal justice system and prevention

Legal search and seizure

The Bill of Rights and how they incorporate into the Criminal Justice system

Cyber crime (various as well as what is being done in terms of laws if anything)

Juvenile Court system ( structure and processes)

These are all just ideas, page numbers are included on some if you need a refresher on those topics before deciding.  Please be through when writing covering who, what, when, where, why, and how's if possible. I want this assignment to be informative to both you and I.



This is what my teacher willl be using to grade my paper off of:

How to Write a Five Paragraph Essay


While the classic five paragraph essay is a form seldom if ever used by professional writers, it is commonly assigned to students to help them organize and develop their ideas in writing. It can also be a very useful way to write a complete and clear response to an essay question on an exam. It has, not surprisingly, five paragraphs:

  • an introduction
  • three main body paragraphs
  • a conclusion

We'll look at each type of paragraph, and at transitions, the glue that holds them together.


The introduction should start with a general discussion of your subject and lead to a very specific statement of your main point, or thesis. Sometimes an essay begins with a "grabber," such as a challenging claim, or surprising story to catch a reader's attention. The thesis should tell in one (or at most two) sentence(s), what your overall point or argument is, and briefly, what your main body paragraphs will be about.

For example, in an essay about the importance of airbags in cars, the introduction might start with some information about car accidents and survival rates. It might also have a grabber about someone who survived a terrible accident because of an airbag. The thesis would briefly state the main reasons for recommending airbags, and each reason would be discussed in the main body of the essay.

Main Body Paragraphs (3)

Each main body paragraph will focus on a single idea, reason, or example that supports your thesis. Each paragraph will have a clear topic sentence (a mini thesis that states the main idea of the paragraph) and as much discussion or explanation as is necessary to explain the point. You should try to use details and specific examples to make your ideas clear and convincing.


Your conclusion begins with a restatement of your main point; but be sure to paraphrase, not just repeat your thesis sentence. Then you want to add some sentences that emphasize the importance of the topic and the significance of your view. Think about what idea or feeling you want to leave your reader with. The conclusion is the reverse of the introduction in that it starts out very specific and becomes a bit more general as you finish.


Transitions connect your paragraphs to one another, especially the main body ones. It's not effective to simply jump from one idea to the next; you need to use the end of one paragraph and/or the beginning of the next to show the relationship between the two ideas.

Between each paragraph and the one that follows, you need a transition. It can be built in to the topic sentence of the next paragraph, or it can be the concluding sentence of the first. It can even be a little of both. To express the relationship between the two paragraphs, think about words and phrases that compare and contrast.

  • Does the first paragraph tell us a pro and the second a con? ("on the other hand . . .")
  • Does the second paragraph tell us something of greater significance? ("more importantly . . .")
  • An earlier historical example? ("even before [topic of paragraph 1], [topic of paragraph 2]")
  • A different kind of consideration? (money versus time).

Think about your paragraph topics and brainstorm until you find the most relevant links between them. Click here to see more suggestions for transition words.

You'll also want some kind of transition from the last paragraph to your conclusion. One way is to sum up your third body paragraph with some reminders of your other paragraphs. You don't need to restate the topics fully (that comes in the conclusion) but you can refer to a detail, or example, or character as a way of pulling your ideas together and signaling that you are getting ready to conclude.

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8-12 pages 


·         Analyze deferred compensation arrangements. Based on your analysis, justify whether or not these arrangements are fair to all employees.                   200 to 250 word count






Assume you are the marketing manager for a local cable company. You have some direct competitors including AT&T U-verse and the Dish Network. Using the six steps outlined in your textbook for setting a pricing policy, prepare a report for your Vice President on your suggested pricing strategy for your service.

Be sure to include the following in your report:

  • Determine your price objective with your justification.
  • Determine the demand of your service and how this influences your pricing strategy.
  • Estimate your cost elements and discuss how this will influence the price of your service.
  • Prepare a competitive price analysis.
  • Select your pricing method and determine your final price along with your justification.

Write your responses in a 3- to 4-page Microsoft Word document.

Assignment 2.1: The Public Needs to Know – Draft Version 

Select one (1) of the scenarios on which to focus your informative paper. Research the topic and include credible sources to support claims. Identify your purpose clearly, incorporate audience needs, establish a desired tone, and organize information and / or claims effectively.

1.     The state school board chairperson has asked you (a consultant on health and wellness) to write an informative paper about the recent changes to the national breakfast and lunch program to improve nutrition and health. Describe the process and benefits of the programs for parents.


Write a three to four (3-4) page paper in which you:

1.     Provide a clear thesis statement.

2.     Describe the process (decisions, steps) involved in the program.

3.     Explain the benefits of the program.

4.     Develop a coherently structured paper with an introduction, body, and conclusion.

5.     Provide three (3) relevant and credible sources to support claims. Note: Wikipedia and other Websites do not qualify as academic resources.


Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

·       Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.

·       Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required page length.