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Instructions: This is a team assignment and only need to complete the following:


Instructions: This is a team assignment and only need to complete the following: 2 slides of conflict of interest for treatment. My team decided on pharmacy. I attached the prior assignments and the data provided. Please see instructions below. Compare the charts and graphs that your Learning Team members created for the Reports I, II, and III assignments and come to a consensus of the analysis of the data. Review and compare each team members data and findings. Looking for similar and contrasting data. As a group come to an agreement, what data we feel is most effective. Select a health care facility or service (e.g., hospital, physician practice, long-term care facility, ambulance service, pharmacy, or skilled nursing facility). Select a facility/service who would benefit from the data. My thoughts with the data set (being the number of patient testing positive), would be a pharmacy to help with vaccinations to prevent the spread or hospital to help with the treatment. Create a 10- to 15-minute, 7- to 9-slide voice-over presentation using either Microsoft® PowerPoint® or websites like Google Slides™, Adobe® Slate, or Prezi of how your selected health care facility or service can benefit from the information you gathered and analyzed in the Reports I, II and III assignments. Be sure to include any conflicts of interest, ethical considerations, or community health effects that may factor into the benefits identified. Create a Power Point presentation: Cover 1. How our selected facility can benefit from the data 2. conflicts of interest for treatment 3. any ethical considerations 4. overall community effects that may benefit from our findings Cite 3 reputable references to support your assignment (e.g., trade or industry publications, government or agency websites, scholarly works, or other sources of similar quality).