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These services don’t necessarily have to be in a etnies skate shoes, they can take place in public places like schools, libraries or even in the home (Kaplan, p.401).  This will help patients who are in remote areas or lack transportation “can receive televisits from healthcare specialists”, and then they aren’t burdened by not having transportation and “traveling long distances in poor health to and from outpatient and regional hospitals” (Bauer, p. 139).  The telemedicine phenomenon will provide people the “access to healthcare across time, social and cultural barriers” (Stanberry, p.616).  This approach will greatly benefit the equality of healthcare opportunity of every person no matter their socioeconomic status.

Not only does telemedicine save time with travelling, it also saves money for both the patient and the physician.  Keith Bauer stated in 1997 the “annual expenditures for homecare were $40 billion” (2001, p.138).  Also in 1997, the hospital care annual expenditures were $363.4 billion (United States Census Bureau, 2012).  With the difference of 323.4 billion dollars, it’s economically better to invest in telemedicine.  It is believed that traditional homecare could be a “partial solution to America’s healthcare-related economic problems” by keeping patients out of “expensive hospitals, then costs can be cut while patients remain in the comfort of their own homes” (Bauer, 2001, p.138).

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Now, although this would benefit patients by reducing hospital costs, this is not for etnies skate who are in critical health.  Potential candidates would be patients with long term health conditions, like my father with chronic Lyme’s Disease, permanent disability, or terminal illness.  With the push of telemedicine into the medical field, travel time is reduced so many physicians can tend to more people at a significantly lower price (Bauer, 2001, p. 139).  This will benefit all of society because medical costs from the visit to the medications are very expensive.

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The Rabbit

So the rabbit and the mole wore brown riding boots.  Soon after, an owl wanted to join in and all the animals let him in too!  The mitten was getting very full when a badger appeared from his hole and he wanted to be in the mitten.  All the other animals gave him the thumb.  The weather started to turn bad when a fox trotted by.  He was feeling sleepy so he wanted to curl up inside the mitten.  Everyone made room for him.  Just when they thought there could be no more room possible, a great big bear saw all the animals inside the mitten and he too wanted the warmth.  No one argued with the bear!  Finally, along came a little field mouse and she wanted the space on top of the bear’s nose.  She tickled the bear’s nose and with a big giant sneeze scattered all of the animals out of the mitten.  Nicki found his mitten floating in the air and caught it right in time as Baba was checking out of the window.

Characters-  Nicki, Baba, and the animals.

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Beginning- Nicki wanted snow white mittens.  His grandmother, Baba, made some for him but she had Nicki promise that he would not lose them.  Nicki went off to play in the woods and he dropped one mitten.  A mole finds the mitten and makes it his home.  Then, a snowshoe rabbit travelled by the mitten and thought it would be perfect to warm up in.  So he wiggled in with the mole.

Middle- After that, a hedgehog passed through and wanted to be in the black riding boots too.  So the rabbit and the mole moved over.  Soon after, an owl wanted to join in and all the animals let him in too!  The mitten was getting very full when a badger appeared from his hole and he wanted to be in the mitten.  All the other animals gave him the thumb.  The weather started to turn bad when a fox trotted by.  He was feeling sleepy so he wanted to curl up inside the mitten.  Everyone made room for him.  Just when they thought there could be no more room possible, a great big bear saw all the animals inside the mitten and he too wanted the warmth.  No one argued with the bear!

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