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Research Papers on Healthcare

Healthcare relates to the efficient and timely provision of medical services in order to improve the physical and mental health of an individual. Researchomatic provides to its users a collection of healthcare research papers which can aid students in getting research ideas. These healthcare research papers can also help healthcare workers to stay up-to-date with the latest literature and researches in the field.

Healthcare Fraud
HEALTHCARE FRAUD Healthcare Fraud in United States Abstract In this study, we try to explore the concept of “Fraud and Abuse in Healthcare System in United States" in a holistic context. The main focus of the research is on “Fraud and Abuse” and what are the problems that this major issue is ...
Health Care Campaign
HEALTH CARE CAMPAIGN Health Care Campaign Mental Illness and Homelessness It is widely known that many people who have mental health problems experience homelessness and that homelessness can itself cause mental health problems. Becoming homeless is a huge event in our lives and almost always causes the problems that we already have ...
The Future Of The Health Care Industry
THE FUTURE OF THE HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY The Future of the Health Care Industry Abstract In this study we try to explore the concept of future of health care industry. In this paper we specifically focus on the topic of future of health care quality. In this study it is discussed that ...
Asd And Asperger’s Syndrome
ASD AND ASPERGER'S SYNDROME Relationship between Autism Spectrum Disorder and Asperger's Syndrome Abstract In this study we try to explore the concept of relationship between Autism Spectrum Disorder and Asperger's Syndrome in a holistic context. The main focus of the research is on Autism Spectrum Disorder and Asperger's Syndrome and their relationship. ...
Kartagener Syndrome
KARTAGENER SYNDROME Kartagener Syndrome Kartagener Syndrome Description Kartagener syndrome is a combined malformation characterized by the formation of bronchiectasis in combination with partial or full reverse position of internal organs and polyps of the nasal mucosa. This disease is part of the so-called ciliary dyskinesia syndromes are a group of entities in ...
Stem Cell Research
Stem Cell Research Table of Contents Introduction3 Ethics and Stem Cell Research4 Discussion and Analysis5 Extraction of Stem Cell6 Challenges in the clinical use of stem cells as replacement7 Organ and Tissue Regeneration9 Brain disease treatment10 Cell deficiency therapy10 Blood disease treatments10 Other Clinical Applications12 Disease modifiers12 Drugs targeting endogenous stem cells13 Disease models14 Conclusion16 Summary and Recommendations17 References20 Stem Cell Research Introduction Stem cells are unique cells capable ...
NICOTINE Nicotine Dependence and Interventions Nicotine Dependence and Interventions Introduction Nicotine dependence is a complex bio-psychosocial phenomenon that originates from learning theory. The most parsimonious explanation is that nicotine's effects on neurobiological substrates interact with behavioral, emotional, and cognitive domains to create dependence (Jack & Sakire, 2009). Evidence also suggests that chronic ...
GASTRONOMY Gastronomy Gastronomy Introduction "Gastronomy" is the art or science of good eating. This would seem to give designers ample opportunity to show off their country's best food and drink, so it's surprising that several postal administrations missed this great chance. Literature Review Anthropology may be the only discipline that has begun to ask the ...
Cerebral Palsy
CEREBRAL PALSY Cerebral Palsy Cerebral Palsy Introduction Cerebral palsy (CP) is an abnormality of motor function (as opposed to mental function) and postural tone that is acquired at an early age, even before birth. Signs and symptoms of cerebral palsy usually show in the first year of life. This abnormality in the motor system is ...
Alzheimer’s Disease
ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE Alzheimer's disease Abstract In this study, the researcher has attempted to look into Alzheimer's disease. A superficial analysis of the treatments available for the disease indicates that the disease is not completely curable. Moreover, the risks associated to Alzheimer's disease are numerous, amongst which death is the 4th largest ...
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