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January 12, 2022

Technology and dementia diagnosis

    Can your smartphone detect early signs of disease like dementia or diabetes? The answer is possibly. We live in a digital, internet-based world. Many Americans are using smartphones, tablets, laptops which all provide access to the internet. Research has shown that these mobile devices can capture vital health information that can give clues […]

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January 12, 2022

Menopause and Alzheimer’s disease

    Can menopause increase the risk for dementia later in life? We are aware that an estimated 5.8 million Americans age 65 and older are living with Alzheimer’s dementia in 2020. One in 10 people age 65 and older has Alzheimer’s dementia and almost two-thirds of Americans with Alzheimer’s are women. This suggests that […]

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January 12, 2022

IS711 Assigment #1 v3

    The headline in a recent Bloomberg article says, “Alphabet Sales Top Analyst Estimates Calming Growth Concerns”. Alphabet, the parent company for Google, utilizes network effects best compared to the other major companies that dominate the consumer technology industry. Google maximizes the power of network effects driving the success of their technological platforms. They accomplish […]

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January 12, 2022

IS711#3

    Executive summary:  Medical “hotspots” can be defined from a genetics perspective as an area of a gene that has a high rate of mutations or from an infectious disease epidemiological perspective, a region that has an elevated prevalence, higher transmission or higher probability of disease emergence. The phenomenon of high frequency users of […]

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January 12, 2022

M. Beaumont-QM717 Final presentation

    Mark C. Beaumont QM717-Data Analysis Professor Philip Hanser Capstone Project Spring 2019     Executive summary:  Medical “hotspots” can be defined from a genetics perspective as an area of a gene that has a high rate of mutations or from an infectious disease epidemiological perspective, a region that has an elevated prevalence, higher […]

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January 12, 2022

HSM 703 Case Analysis-M. Beaumont

    To: Dr. Devi Shetty, Chairman of Narayana Health From: Mark Beaumont  Re: Health City Cayman Islands and the U.S Health Care System Date: February 26, 2014  I applaud your efforts to bring high quality care to the people of the Cayman Islands by creating a health system that is internationally regarded as a […]

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January 12, 2022

FE730 article

    Mark Beaumont FE730-Summer 2019 Final Reading packet Reference Information Scott W. Atlas. Shop Till Medical Costs Drop-Disclosing Price Isn’t Enough. Patients don’t care as long as ‘it’s all covered by insurance’. The Wall Street Journal. June 6, 2019. https://www.wsj.com/articles/shop-till-medical-costs-drop-11559861122?mod=searchresults&page=1&pos=3 When you go to the hospital and see a health care professional for an […]

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January 12, 2022

Evolving Personal Leadership Style Final paper

    Mark Beaumont Creating Value for YOU Questrom Certificate in Leadership MBA Leadership Development Seminars Evolving Personal Leadership Approach Seminars attended  Leveraging YOUR Personal Strengths  Engaging Effectively with Others  Developing Your Personal Leadership Approach  Establishing a Common Culture that Yields Results  Leading with Purpose “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, […]

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January 12, 2022

What is the difference between dementia and Alzheimer’s disease?

    Writer: Mark Beaumont Topic: Alzheimer’s Information Working Title: What is the difference between dementia and Alzheimer’s disease? Word Count: 400-600 words Deadline: 9/17/19   Audience: People with Alzheimer’s, caregivers, and loved ones.  Format: Short introduction, headline for each “fact”, one paragraph for each fact explaining it in more detail, short conclusion. Voice should be […]

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January 12, 2022

Cognitive decline may happen faster in widowed adults than married ones.

    Alzheimer disease (AD) is a global public health challenge, a condition affecting approximately 50 million men and women worldwide and is projected to triple in prevalence by 2050. To reduce the number of cases and consequences of AD, it is essential to recognize risk factors for this condition and furthermore develop preventive treatments for […]

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