P and np charts are appropriate for dichotomous data in categorizing which processes are in control and which processes are failing. As a current or future health care administration leader, your commitment to quality will reinforce the use of these charts to execute decision making for the promotion of efficient and effective health care delivery systems.
For this Discussion, review control charts for attribute variables. Then, evaluate how your organization, or one with which you are familiar, might use the control chart to evaluate whether a process is in control.
Then post a description of one of the control charts and explain a process where it might be used. Be specific and provide examples. Then, create the appropriate control chart for the process you described using fictitious data. Attach this chart to your discussion. Do not use real data. Explain whether the process you chose is under control or not, and explain why.
Explain whether the process you chose is under control or not, and explain why.
While much of the technological world focuses on the advancement of artificial intelligence, another frontier is that of space based technology. Ever since the beginning of the second space age, characterized by the fall of the Soviet Union, China has began to increase its extraterrestrial presence through its expanding space and counterspace programs. It is critical to attempt to understand not only why this is important, but what the driving factors behind the expansion of China’s programs. China’s space and counterspace programs have been a priority since the January 2007 ASAT (Anti-Satellite) test. The most significant part of all of this, is that this is an ever increasing threat. According to Figure 1.1, it can be seen that China has, since the early 1990s, greatly increased its rate of space launches to rival that of the United States and Russia. Is seen on the 2017 Worldwide Threat Analysis from current Director of National Intelligence, Daniel Coats. Thanks to new technologies revolving around space launches, Robert Walker assesses there to be a cost revolution. Such makes this threat increasingly more significant as time passes. According to former Assistant Director for National Security, Robert Walker, “This increased Chinese space presence means that the days of unchallenged U.S. space supremacy are over” PNT (Position, Navigation, and Timing) Systems are a growing necessity for intelligence. Motivations: Control over the geopolitical atmosphere in Southeast Asia is of major importance to China as they strive continually have shown to assert dominance over the region both through policy and military exercises. Having political supremacy over their region would give China a foothold to gain more control on the global political level. Micah Zenko from the Center for Preventive Action noted that China has incentive to use counter space weapons to deter US involvement in Taiwan and other territorial feuds in the South China Sea. Figure 2.1 from the Maritime Review shows the disputed territory in the South China Sea that could motivate China to assert control over the region and deter US involvement. In many aspects on the global slate, the United States and China are in competition. Due to this, there is an extremely high incentive for China to increase both its space and counterspace programs. The level of competition in space is beginning to resemble the early stages of the space race between the Soviet Union and the United States. The United States has a high level of dependence on PNT systems which factors into this motivation due to it being a prime target of deterrence strategies.>GET ANSWER