Each student is required to research and collect data and information regarding an RFID system that can be integrated into business processes to solve common problems in their individual industry, career or field of study. The paper does not require the researcher/author to include a significant amount of technical data about the system, but rather information about the business justification, planning, purchasing, installing, and maintaining of the system. The paper should include:
• An Introduction– general description of the business problem that the RFID system will be used to improve or enhance.
• An overview of RFID including:
o Basics of RFID
o Advances in RFID
o Industry Standards
• Benefits and disadvantages of the RFID system
• Security concerns or practices associated with the RFID system
• Impact of implementation – A description of administrative procedures – human and process changes; any Changes in Organization policies or enhancements to include training requirements
• Appendices (Documentation could include: business case, project plan, etc.)
In this research paper, students are encouraged to look both inside and outside the box for gaining knowledge about RFID. Much of the information gathered will be through research and should be documented appropriately.
• Keep your format simple and direct
• Include graphics and/or diagrams in your paper where appropriate
• A minimum of five (peer review – journal articles or books) references
• APA format should be followed in regards to cover page, pagination, references, personal communications, citations, headings and quotations
• Include a title page, table of contents (figures and tables listed), abstract, main body of your research, and references, and appendices as needed (business case, project plan, etc)
Mr. P is a 76-year-old male with cardiomyopathy and congestive heart failure who has been hospitalized frequently to treat CHF symptoms. He has difficulty maintaining diet restrictions and managing his polypharmacy. He has 4+ pitting edema, moist crackles throughout lung fields, and labored breathing. He has no family other than his wife, who verbalizes sadness over his declining health and over her inability to get out of the house. She is overwhelmed with the stack of medical bills, as Mr. P always took care of the financial issues. Mr. P is despondent and asks why God has not taken him.
Considering Mr. P’s condition and circumstance, write an essay of 500-750 words that includes the following:
• Describe your approach to care.
• Recommend a treatment plan.
• Describe a method for providing both the patient and family with education and explain your rationale.
• Provide a teaching plan (avoid using terminology that the patient and family may not understand).