Definitions of the quality of medical care are no longer left to clinicians who decide for themselves what technical performance constitutes “good care.” What are the other dimensions of quality care and why are they important? What has changed since the days when “doctor knows best?”
Quality in medical care may be defined as achieving the greatest benefit at the lowest risk. How have the priorities of our health care system and the allocation of resources addressed this goal?
Contrast the definitions of implicit and explicit criteria in assessing health care quality. How is each type of criterion useful in the quality assessment?
hese are just some of the resources the government has available to use; there are many more projects that have the same if not many more capabilities. Government has always ensured us that these measures are essential for our security and protection. However, before technology became this advanced crime rates were lower. By increasing our knowledge, have we endangered ourselves? I question this as since recently, US cybercrime rate is 23% more than any other country. Conspiracy Theories Regarding Network surveillance, there are many different theories which may or may not influence the public’s perception of state monitoring schemes, as well as the resources used by the government. There are many conspiracy theories about the NSA. Recently ‘The Shadow Brokers’ a hacking group, published on the 15th of August the vast number of cyber weapons used by the NSA for network exploitation.  The archives of the files were released on Twitter, GitHub and many other sites. The first archived released held up to “300MB” of data. After the data was made publicly available, the RiskBased Security stated that the it was not possible for them to be genuine tools available to the NSA. However, after further investigation Cisco verified that this attack was indeed real and that this compromised the security of tools and the NSA. In June 2013 Edward Snowden exposed the USA’s biggest mass surveillance scheme, where he released a set of documents defining the resources the government use to monitor public behaviour. Not only did Edward Snowden expose the schemes in the USA but also ‘Tempora’, which is a surveillance scheme established in the UK by the GCHQ. The Shadow Brokers were able to exploit the government network and breach their security protocols, without having access to the advance tools available to the government. So, should the public trust the government to hold their data securely? This was not the first time as in 2013, data from NSA was also leaked. If this had happened once, where the NSA can justify and demonstrate that they have put further security measures in place to prevent this from occurring again, then it would raise less questions. However, because this has happened with the NSA twice, it could change the public’s perception because it appears there are no security measures in place to prevent this kind of security breach from occurring. To the public, this could suggest a lack of care and disregard by the government about the data that they hold. It solidifies to some members of the public, the view about this these monitoring schemes not being right. Furthermore, it contradicts the fact that this is a security measure; how can a security measure be so vulner>GET ANSWER