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CLM 351 Midterm Powerpoint Notes Chapter 1 Continuum of Care What is Health World Health Organization (WHO) definition: state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being not merely the absence of disease or infirmity Force Field Model of Health
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Disparities differences in health problems, health status, and use of health services, among people who differ in ethnicity, gender, and other characteristics managers should understand that disparities are linked to heredity, environment, lifestyle, and use of medical services environment and lifestyle can help to prevent disease and illness but have a bigger influence on health than healthcare does which tends to treat patients when they have diseases and/or illnesses Population Health defined as a measurement of the community’s health outcomes and factors causing it and later using those measures to coordinate the community’s people and organizations to improve health altogether HCO Environments industry raw materials human resources financial resources sector market sector technology sector economic conditions sector government sector sociocultural sector international sector Types of HCOs large general hospitals hospices medical practice groups medical supply firms pharmaceutical companies nursing homes physician offices health insurance companies ambulatory HCOs - outpatient diagnostic centers - mental health clinics - primary care clinics - ambulatory surgery centers Healthcare Management Jobs
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Summary health is complete well-being: physical, mental, social healthcare managers strive to improve the health of their community’s population health is determined by 4 broad forces 1) heredity 2) environment 3) lifestyle 4) medical care (healthcare) many kinds of HCOs provide healthcare services HCOs exist in and are affected by the environment Chapter 2 Trends in Healthcare from 2010-2060 older populations will doubt from 43.1 million to 92 million increase in the oldest old (age 85+ triples) non-hispanic white population is projected to peak in 2024 hispanic population could double 53.3 million in 2012 to 128.8 million in 2060 making of US population being hispanic the black population expected to increase to 41.2 million to 61.8 million over the same period the asian population is projected to more than double with 15.9 million in 2012 to 34.4 million in 2060 minorities are now 37% of the US population projected to be 57% in 2060
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people and organizations are becoming much more connected locally, regionally, nationally and globally. (communication, technology, devices, electronic medical record) health care consumers are becoming more knowledgeable about their own health and healthcare more focus on population health HCOs will join together in a variety of organizational forms more physicians will choose to be employed by hospitals and health systems rather than work in own independent medical practice
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