Dr Maryam Alvandi
Dr Alvandi is an enthusiastic honors health science practitioner with extensive experience in teaching and clinical roles in health care. She is a former clinical educator in cardiology, where she provided support and learning experiences to students and new staff. She played a role in educating, supporting, and guiding students from the time they arrived until evaluation and beyond in a clinical setting. She helped students to become proficient at organizing and coordinating work, prioritizing tasks, and multi-tasking. Dr Alvandi has published an article with The American Journal of Accountable Care that explores the role of electronic databases in healthcare environments.
December 27, 2016
Diabetes and obesity are major public health priorities that are highly associated with environmental factors and correlated with the availability of open space in neighborhoods and communities.
December 18, 2016
The elderly population in the United States is growing significantly. People who are 80 years and older most likely need long-term care due to severe disabilities.
December 14, 2016
Racial and ethnic differences in access to healthcare are not always due to differences in financial resources and insurance coverage. A majority of minorities receive fewer services when compared with whites who have the same level of health coverage and income.
December 10, 2016
Healthcare quality issues are a typical legal issue.
December 06, 2016
There are long-standing problems associated with the administration of healthcare, such as racial and ethnic health disparities, and the geographic variation in the quality and quantity of care provided, that are important for the healthcare industry to address
November 28, 2016
A well-functioning healthcare system must be coordinated, efficient, cost-effective, and goal-oriented. Unfortunately, these words donít summarize healthcare services in the United States.