Discharge Planning. Prior to engaging in this discussion, read Chapters 10 and 11 inyour text as…

Discharge Planning. Prior to engaging in this discussion, read Chapters 10 and 11 inyour text as well as the “Steps for Effective Discharge Planning” article, and review any relevant InstructorGuidance.For this discussion, refer to the information in the “Introduction to the Miller Family” document.Select one of the family members below whose medical condition has the potential to have worsened to the pointthat they would need to be hospitalized. Once you have chosen your subject, create a discharge scenario. Each ofthese family members has been introduc ed in an earlier assignment. Be sure to review your materials for thatassignment including any relevant instructor feedback. Option 1: Elías – leukemiaOption 2: Lila – diabetes (IDDM)Option 3: Sam – liver disease caused by heavy drinkingOption 4: Lucy – bipolar disorder and serious substance abuse (dual diagnosis)In your initial post, create and present a possible scenario in order to respond to the subject’s discharge from thehospital. See earlier assignments for samples of how to begin crafting the scenario for your subject. Remember tobe creative, refer to the “Introduction to the Miller Family” document, and include as much detailed informationas appropriate. Be sure to address the following points in your initial post.Describe the specific issues that need to be addressed when discharging this patient.Briefly identify who (individuals, professionals, agencies, or organizations) might be identified in theplan, what needs to be done, and when it should happen.Identify community resources (e.g., doctors, counselors, and agencies ) that will be needed, what theirroles are in the plan, and assess how they might meet the needs of your patient. Integrate the biologicaltheory of intellect and cognition with your subject’s sociocultural experiences in order to better ascertainhis or her needs.Identify and discuss at least one barrier for success based on the individual’s intellect and his or hersociocultural experiences and perspectives. Critique the contributions of community-based programs andhow they might alleviate issues related to this barrier.

Trends in Health Care. Watch one of the eight videos from The Future of Medicineplaylist. Then, go to the Ashford University Library and find two research articles related to the social impact orrelevance of the topic addressed in your selected video. For assistance with finding peer-reviewed articles, please see the tutorial on the Ashford University Library website. Consider the work you have completed in the previous discussions throughout the course. Summarize how we, as individuals, are affected by disease, disability, or disorder. What emotions do we experience toward others with these conditions (empathy, judgment, fear, guilt)? Critique the contributions of community-based programs and how they influence our societal reactions to diseases, disabilities, and disorders. Examine and comment on the ways in which individuals, families, communities, and society as a whole will either benefit or suffer from current directions. Do the trends seem to indicate a path toward better health care for the individual, improved availability of needed care, changes or options in types of care, and better resources in the community?

List at least two potential positive directions and two potential negative directions or barriers still left unaddressed. Offer your own ideas for improving health carein the future. For example, do we need more technology, financing, community resources, options , or alternatives in handling our health care? Do you feel that we are heading in the right direction?