When you respond to peers about integrating source materials, please provide feedback on how smoothly the quote is integrated and how well the paraphrase reflects the content of the original. Part 2 Sharing Visual Element Ideas After reading the materials in this and previous lessons, including Thonney’s traits of academic writing, and this piece from the reading list, Visuals Help You Communicate, share two (2) ideas for visual elements that might be helpful in your research paper. Try to be as specific as possible. You can share them as links or attachments. When you respond to peers about visual elements, give constructive feedback about their ideas. Refer to the readings and the lesson as you think about criteria for evaluating these sources and share your ideas about other possibilities.
- Discuss when or where the revenue cycle process begins for inpatient and outpatient/ambulatory services.
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- Plan and deliver a presentation on diversity that includes appropriate visual aids.
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- Explain the general purpose of the metric. I
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