Final Organizational Qi Plan

  • Organizational Theory Final Paper

    servant leadership through effective stewardship of resources Organizational Strategy and Future Campbellsville University has five-year, ten-year, twenty-year and short term based 1 year detailed plans for the university development and enhancement of the academic program. “A national firm, at the recommendation of Dr. Heilman, was secured to help prepare a new campus master plan, providing five-year, ten-year, and twenty –five-year plans for the growth and development of facilities and the campus

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  • Organizational Behavior Final Assignment

    Organizational Behavior Final Assignment By: Colette Gillespie Class: Organizational Management Teacher: Prof. Missy Santman What is Organizational Behavior Practice (Question 1) Organizational Behavior Practice is a field of study that investigates the impact of individuals, groups and structures upon behavior within an organization. Organizational Behavior Practices focus on many different areas like for work behavior (Group Behavior, Individual Behavior,

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  • Organizational Plans

    head: ORGANIZATIONAL PLANS PAPER 1 Organizational Plans Paper ORGANIZATIONAL PLANS PAPER Organizational Plans Paper 2 Even though there is no perfect plan, strategic planning helps an organization’s long-term goals and strategies. There are three types of plans, where managers at different levels create and establish goals. However, the levels at which management create plans and in order for the plans to be effective the goals and plans must be aligned. To have an effective plan an

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  • Qi Plan Part I

    Quality Improvement Plan Part I- Consumerism HSC/588 Measuring Performance Standards September 9th, 2013 Debbie Simmons Quality Improvement Plan Part I- Consumerism Hospitals and other healthcare organizations in the United States are currently facing an irresistible pressure towards change. Numerous professionals in the business are projecting that “Multiple, intersecting pressures will drive the transformation of health care delivery and financing from volume-to value-based payments

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  • Final Organizational Qi Plan

    Final Organizational QI Plan Hani Mortada HCS 588 October 7, 2013 Ronald Konnick Final Organizational QI Plan Executive Summary The concept of using computer technology to improve the management of patient information is not new. Research into the implementation of health care information systems spans more than thirty years at a cost of millions

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  • Organizational Plans

    Organizational Plans Latasha Hudson XGMT/230 10/13/2013 Joe Gerwens Organizational Plans Bateman, T.S. & Snell, S.A. (2011) states that the different types of plans that organizations can use are: Situational Analysis, studies past events, examines current conditions, and attempts to forecast future trends. It focuses on the internal forces at work in the organization or work unit and, consistent with the open-systems approach. The Alternative Goals and Plans, based on the

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  • Final Strategic Plan and Presentation

    Final Strategic Plan and Presentation University of Phoenix Integrated Business Topics BUS475 Final Strategic Plan and Presentation For the past year, Grace and Joy have gathered information to start up their group home. Information they have collected include strategic management and planning guidelines, writing the mission and vision statements, compiling a SWOT analysis, implementing a Balanced Scorecard (BSC) to track and measure their performances, and developing measures and objectives

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  • Organizational Plan

    Running Head: ORGANIZATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Organizational Technology Plan Overview Business today is faced with an array of workplace changes varying from downsizing to implementation of new equipment or methodologies. In the current recession Jake’s Plumbing has looked for ways to have a successful business, while still providing the customer excellent service. Jake’s Plumbing is an organization that can change and adapt to new technological advances

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  • Hcs-588 Qi Plan Part Ii

    QI Plan Part II- Quality Data Collection Quality data collection is an important tool used in health care organizations to collect data, using those data as information. Based on those results, the findings used for strategic planning, management, and effective decision-making plans. Data collection has been an important method and tool as an important quality for improvement in hospitals and health care organizations. Quality improvement is a process of measuring and improving services that

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  • Organizational Change Plan - Part Iii

    Organizational Change Plan - Part III The process of organizational change is often intimidating or overwhelming. The prospect of change is not often received well by those in the organization involved in the areas considered for change. Organizational leaders need to monitor and evaluate the staff and patients throughout the process of the proposed change implementation. The constant monitoring is crucial to the success and obtaining the desired outcomes. Monitoring the process and the changes

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  • The Capstone Project: Organizational Plan

    Eagle Computers Organizational Structure Akpene Addo Teye Grand Canyon University: GKT - 660 October 30, 2013 Instructor: J. G. EAGLE COMPUTERS ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE Every organization needs a management team which will see to the day-to-day activities of the organization. Without a management team, there is no direction for the organization, which could be likened to a house without the head. Eagle Computers cannot see progress without these teams of workers

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  • Final Strategic Plan

    Final Strategic Plan Bus/475 Integrated Business Topic Final Strategic Plan The strategic objective of Dunkin Donuts is to constantly fuel the growth of the franchise by continually trying to engage and attract potential new customers – while keeping current customers loyal. To meet these strategic objectives, Dunking Donuts must compile date and complete a balanced scorecard. According to Pearce and Robison (2009), a balanced scorecard measures a company’s financial performance, customer

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  • Organizational Plans

    Organizational Plans Rebecca Maatouk XMGT/230 January 9, 2014 Joseph Walter Organizations need to make careful and well thought out decisions for the best interest of the company. These plans can be broken down into 3 parts and the company can choose all or one way of planning. Strategic Planning is a good plan when you are looking ahead for the entire business and it is more of a long term goal. The organization would start off with a vision. This is where the company needs to look to the future

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  • Organizational Plan

    on ‘Plan of an Organization’ Course- EM 502 Submitted to: Dr. Md. Serajul Islam Professor Department of Management Studies University of Dhaka Submitted by: Md. Farid Uddin Batch: 25th ID: 03-13-25-069 Date of Submission: 20.12.2013 Introduction A plan is typically any diagram or list of steps with timing and resources, used to achieve an objective. A business plan is a formal statement of a set of business goals, the reasons they are believed attainable, and the plan for reaching

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  • Organizational Plans

    Organizational Plans University of Phoenix Planning is the part of management concerned with creating procedures, rules and guidelines for achieving a stated objective. Planning is carried out at both the macro and micro level. Managers need to create broad objectives and mission statements as well as look after the day to day running of the company. A strategic plan is a high-level overview of the entire business, its vision, objectives, and value. This plan is the foundational basis

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  • Final Strategic Plan

    Final Strategic Plan Richard Pitcher BUS/475 May 12, 2014 Ryan Simpson Final Strategic Plan Strategic Plan, Part I: Conceptualizing a Business Anyone who wishes to go into business or who is already in business should have some type of strategic plan in place so that their company could gain success. A strategic business plan helps a company to define its mission, and vision, giving the company a sense of purpose and direction that sets it apart from competitors (Pearce & Robinson

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  • Qi Plan Part Iii

    QI Plan Part III - Implementation and Revision HSC/588 Anna Caluza May 26, 2014 Linda Roan Q I Part III – Implementing and Revising The implementation of correct systems required a team including expert leader’s approach. Effective communications between leaders of Doctor’s Medical Center, end users, the vendors, and the department staff is important when collecting data. For data transfer, authority need to assure that the new system communicate with the existing

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  • Organizational Plan Part Ii

    Organizational Change Plan- Part II Betty Martinez HCS/587 Creating Change Within Organizations Donna Ferguson To achieve anticipated outcomes, monitoring the change process throughout the implementation is vital. Problems not anticipated or other potential solutions that affect the outcomes could become visible during this phase. Feedback from the individuals affected by the change during this step helping the change agents to stay the loop on how the implementation is

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  • Organizational Plan

    Organizational Change Plan HCS/587 9/15/14 Organizational Change Plan In assessing the needs of the organization, the education department realized that the systems current methodology of validating nursing competencies was out dated and very inefficient and non cost effective. In March of 2012, the education department embarked upon collaboration with a well-known national speaker to come speak to our leaders and

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  • Organizational Staffing Plan

    The purpose of this paper is to provide a staffing plan for Guardian Angel Daycare center. Although, we are a small business I will provide information that will show with the right amount of employees, possessing the knowledge, skill, and ability (KSA) skill sets we can maximize efficiency and meet the critical business needs at the appropriate times. In order for us to secure the licensure needed for our future expansion. Identify two (2) types of staffing models that could apply to your chosen

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  • Organizational Change Plan

    Organizational Change Plan - Part I Michelle Santana, RN University of Phoenix Creating Change Within Organizations HCS 587 Laura Rainey September 22, 2014 Organizational Change Plan - Part I In today's fast-moving environment any business looking for the pace of change to slow down is likely to be deeply disillusioned. In fact, businesses should embrace change. Change is imperative for any organization because it prevents business from losing their competitive edge and meets the needs

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  • Qi Plan

    QI Plan Part Two Jessica Borgstedt HCS 588 Measuring Performance Standards January 19, 2015 Barbara Smith University of Phoenix QI Plan Part Two The organization, that has been selected, is a Critical Access Hospital. A Critical Access Hospital also known as (CAH) is considered a hospital that is under a set of Medicare Conditions of Participation (CoP). With that being said, it is structured differently than the acute hospital CoP. With some of the requirements for the Critical Access

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  • Organizational Plan Paper

    Organizational Planning paper MGT521 July 25, 2014 Organizational Planning paper I picked Target Corporation as the company to perform that SWOT analysis. I used to work for them as a assets protection specialist, so I am somewhat familiar with Target. Overall it’s a great company to work for. They really take care of its employees and its shows with the great customer service they provide. Compare Target’s customer service to let’s say wal mart and the difference is quite large. Like every

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  • Organizational Staffing Plan

    Organizational Staffing Plan The purpose of this paper is to provide a staffing plan for Guardian Angel Daycare center. Although, we are a small business I will provide information that will show with the right amount of employees, possessing the knowledge, skill, and ability (KSA) skill sets we can maximize efficiency and meet the critical business needs at the appropriate times. In order for us to secure the licensure needed for our future expansion. Identify two (2) types of staffing models

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  • Organizational Change Plan

    Organizational Change Plan Part III Acuity Adaptable Care Delivery Model and the Universal Room Model Brooke A. Dupre Creating Change Within Organization HCS/ 587 April 13, 2015 Instructor: Ginger Weatherspoon At Acadian Medical Center Campus of Mercy Regional Medical Center in Eunice Louisiana, our mission is "Quality Healthcare Close To Home. Organizations seek to change to reach their mission and strategic goals of quality health care. When current ways of working are not allowing us

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  • Final Plan for Collaboration

    Final Plan for Collaboration Cassie Corona Capella University Introduction All schools have a vision or mission statement and this is what they strive to follow as far as what their goal is. My school is no different. To have a vision and action plan of collaboration is important. Having strong community-parent ties can ensure that students are learning and are successful. “When a school begins to function as a professional learning community

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  • Organizational Plans

    Organizational Plans Brook Pritchard XMGT/230 May 22, 2015 Gary Cedrone There are three main types of plans that a manager will use in his or her pursuit of company goals, which include operational, tactical and strategic. If you think about these three types of plans as stepping stones, you can see how their relationship to one another aids in the achievement of organizational goals. Operational plans are necessary to attain tactical plans and tactical plans lead to the achievement of strategic

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  • Qi Plan Part 1

    QI Plan Part 1 Kewanna Hatter HCS/588 June 28, 2015 Instructor Cynthia Hughes QI Plan Part 1 Introduction Performance improvement plans are tools organizations can use to identify areas where employees are lacking in their performance. These plans can also establish detailed steps employees can follow to boost their ability to meet expected performance standards in the department they work in to help the organization reach their goal. The ultimate goal of a quality improvement plan is to

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  • Qi Plan Part 1 St. Joseph

    QI Plan Part 1 HCS/588 July 20, 2015 Georgia Rothstein QI Plan Part 1 This study is going to select two areas of potential improvement for Saint Joseph Medical Center which is located in Denver. It will also describe what data is needed to monitor improvement as well as describe no less than three data collection tools used to collect performance information. It will provide with the answers to the types of information each data tool collects, the strengths and weaknesses for each data

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  • Qi Plan Part I - St. Joseph

    QI Plan HCS/588 July 20, 2015 Georgia Rothstein QI Plan Part 1 This study is going to select two areas of potential improvement for Saint Joseph Medical Center which is located in Denver. It will also describe what data is needed to monitor improvement as well as describe no less than three data collection tools used to collect performance information. It will provide with the answers to the types of information each data tool collects, the strengths and weaknesses for each data tool, and

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  • Qi Plan Part Ii - St. Joseph

    QI plan Part II HCS/588 July 27, 2015 Georgia Rothstein QI Plan Part II This week’s study is a continuation of the week three assignment. Saint Joseph’s Hospital will focus on improving patient discharge instructions. This paper will have a description of each methodology researched as well as the pros and cons of each for the chosen performance improvement area. One of the mentioned methodologies will be chosen for the organizational plan as well as an explanation of that methodology was

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  • Qi Plan Part Iii - St. Joseph

    QI Plan Part III HCS/588 August 3, 2015 Georgia Rothstein QI Plan Part III Health care organizations have a responsibility to their consumers as well as various stakeholders to ensure only the highest quality of health care is being delivered. There are two measures that play a huge role in ensuring the highest quality care is being delivered and they performance measures and quality improvement. This study will address the authority, structure, and organization by identifying who

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  • Jetblue Organizational Plan

    JetBlue's Organizational Plan JetBlue's Organizational Plan Introduction JetBlue is known as the airline that promises, and also delivers. JetBlue delivers Air flight of the future, with new jets and the lowest fares available. JetBlue has proved to the world that one can have it all. JetBlue’s Airways started in 2000 with the mission as stated by the founder Neeleman: “to bring humanity back to air travel by offering passengers low fares, friendly service, and high-quality product” (Ford

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  • Final Strategic Plan

    Final Strategic Plan Bus/475 09/19/11 Matthew Nosbisch Introduction Effective cross-functional teaming is vital to the success of a company. Successful companies possess common traits in how its employees execute on tactics. A common trait employees at properious companies have is the ability to collaborate and work well with other employees in different departments that they rely upon for support or assistance to complete a common goal or objective. “Functional tactics are the key

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  • Organizational Plan

    Organizational Plan I. Opportunity a. The x city area is home to over 50,000 households. Of these, there are numerous residences that will need professional maintenance. b. Situated beside the river, x city possesses a strong maritime community. Private firms host piers, wharfs, and marinas in order for the public to dock private vessels for use in the Ohio and lakes famous across southern Indiana and northern Kentucky. c. With thousands upon thousands of populace of x city moving to and

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  • Qi Plan

    Quality Improvement Plan: Part III - Managing and Improving Quality University of Phoenix Measuring Performance Standards HCS/588 Quality Improvement Plan: Part III - Managing and Improving Quality In today’s health care environment, competition remains high and many organizations are seeking new ways to improve their quality of care, as well as remain competitive with other health care organizations in the process. Various methods exist today for organizations to integrate quality improvement

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  • Qi Plan Part 1

    QI Plan Part I- Consumerism HCS/588 October 17, 2011 QI Plan Part I- Consumerism Healthcare organizations have a responsibility to its consumers and various stakeholders to ensure only the highest quality care is delivered. Quality measures such as performance measurement and quality improvement processes play a critical role in helping organizations achieve quality outcomes. This paper will contrast performance measurement and quality improvement

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  • Qi Plan Part 1

    QI Plan Part I Nia Coerbell HCS 588 January 27, 2015 Professor Horton According to a recent survey, the quality of service of Davis Health Care needs improvement. Research suggests that patient safety measures like hourly rounding by nursing personnel positively impacts patient fall rates, call light usage and overall patient satisfaction (Olrich et al., 2012, p. 25). Patients are likely to recover and thrive in an environment where they know that they are being acknowledged, monitored and

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  • Qi Plan 1

    University Of Phoenix HCS/588 Measuring Performance Standards Instructor: NORMA LLOYD Schedule: 02/16/2016 - 03/28/2016 QI Plan Part 1: Patient Education By Aurdry Mondragon QI Plan Part 1: Patient Education Introduction Patient education is a vital process at Davis Health Care by which our health care professionals convey medical information to patients and their caregivers. In order to provide total care the patient must have a clear understanding of service they are obtaining.

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  • Qi Plan Part 2

    discipline. It may also be used to harass or retaliate against an employee. Methodology chosen is surveys For a good organizational improvement plan to be effective, surveys may be the best methodology needed to collect necessary information to help effects necessary changes and improvements. Surveys have been chosen as the methodology for the organizational quality improvement plan because it gives the organizations management team the opportunity to hear from the employees, know if they are satisfied

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  • Qi Plan Part I Consumerism

    QI Plan Part I-Consumerism In the present time patients and families must make a decision on how to select the adequate level of care. Regulatory agencies, providers, and the government present sufficient information to guide the consumer’s decision. This article will illustrate the purpose, type of care, and quality improvement (QI) mission in an out-patient surgical center. The writer will describe the differences between performance measurements and quality improvement processes. The student

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  • Final Strategic Plan

    Final Strategic Plan Bus/475 March 11, 2012 In today’s vigorous industry environment, establishments have to progress strategic strategies to gain an economic benefit. Forecasting is a vigorous purpose of operating an effective company that coincides with a company’s mission, vision, and values. Of these components expose the objectives, long-term goals, and reasoning for its activities. These components create the framework that plans

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  • Organizational Behavior Final Paper

    Name BUS610 Organizational Behavior Leadership Style Professor Date What is an organization? According to Kinicki and Kreitner it is a system of consciously coordinated activities or forces of two or more persons. My company is a loose organization without rules, broadly defined tasks, and informal communication. Our parent company is in the United Kingdom and the way they do business versus the way business is done here in the States is very different. We recently moved into a

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  • Organizational Behavior Final Project

    Final Project: Introduction At its heart, every company is a dynamic network of promises. Promises are the strands that weave together coordinated activity in organizations. (Sull & Spinosa, 2007) Promises. Dynamic. Companies work hard to be dynamic, to have their employees be dynamic. Companies make promises to keep the organization current, trained, environmentally friendly and to succeed for all stakeholders. In 2010 the Northrop Grumman facility in Rolling Meadows, was mainly a paper

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  • Ge Final Marketing Plan

    General Electric Final Marketing Plan Tawanda Zackery-Graham, Cassandra Jenkins, Paige McLester, Felishia Phillips, Chalese Sydnor MKT421 April 12, 2012 C. Jeanine Fulton General Electric Final Marketing Plan In today’s business community, the complexity of inventing new products and services is vital to expanding a company’s brand. Organizations are challenged with anticipating consumer’s needs and wants during the concept phase of creating the next company innovation. Products and

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  • Final Strategic Plan

    Final Strategic Plan Many organizations try to cater to one aspect of a family like the children, parents, husband, or wife, depending on the product sold. It is not very often that an organization will attract an entire family. The company can be successful if the product marketed meets the needs of each member of the family. It can be difficult to identify a product that the entire family would like. This organization is named, “Family Activities Incorporated.” Family Activities

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  • Management Final Plan

    | | |FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND FINANCE (FBF) | Unit Plan |Name of Subject |MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES | |Code |UBMM1013/UKMM1013

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  • Final Marketing Plan

    Final Marketing Plan Marketing 421 June 24, 2012 Robert McGeary Final Marketing Plan Team D has completed its marketing plan for the Extreme Juicer 9000. This paper has combined phase I, II, and II to complete a detail description of how the new product will be marketed. The final plan includes the place and promotion strategy, advertising plan, public relations opportunities, as well as the identification of distribution channels. This final marketing plan will also identify how Team D

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  • Qi Plan Part 3

    QI Plan – Part I Kittitas Valley Community Hospital (KVCH) is a progressive, critical access hospital that provides exceptional health care to Kittitas County and surrounding areas. KVCH provides 24-hour emergency care and offers inpatient and outpatient hospital services. KVCH's emergency department is designated as a Level IV trauma service by the State of Washington Department of Health and is staffed 24-hours-a-day by an emergency physician (About KVCH, 2012). Over the course of this paper

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  • Organizational Change Plan

    Organizational Change Plan- Part I Health care facilities across the United States are attempting to remain on a path of continued growth and success by improving their system of communications and documentations. A change that has in recent years become widespread in the health care field is the conversion of patient’s medical record into Electronic Medical Record (EMR). EMR provides an efficient system of recording patient’s medical information into a database that would be accessible to pertinent

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