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U.S. Health Care Settings - • Continuing Care Retirement...

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U.S. Health Care Settings Tabitha Neufind HCR 210 Martricia Turner
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Overview Hospitals Ambulatory Care Behavioral Health Care Facilities Managed Care Long-term Care In Home Care Services Government Health Care Facilities
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Hospitals Provides services for sudden serious injuries,and acute illnesses. Provide many different services Ancillary Services Emergency Care Critical Care Surgery Labor and Delivery
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Ambulatory Care Outpatient Care Surgical Services Infusion Clinics Wound Care Clinics Laboratory Imaging Center Heart and Vascular Centers Physicians Office
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Behavioral Health Facilities Chemical Dependency Programs Crisis Services Day Treatment Programs Therapeutic Group Homes Residential Treatment Facility Developmentally Disabled Care Facilities
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Managed Care Controls costs of health care services HMO PPO Preadmission Certification Medical Necessity
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Long-Term Care Adult Day Care Assisted Living Facilities Dementia and Alzheimer Care
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Unformatted text preview: • Continuing Care Retirement Communities • Intermediate Care Facility • Long-Term Care Hospital • Residential Care Facility • Skilled Nursing Facility Home Care • Care in the home • Skilled Care • Durable Medical Equipment • Hospice Care • Palliative Care • Respite Care Government Health Care Facilities • Correctional Facilities • Federal Prisons • Military Health Care System • Veterans Health Administration • Public Health Services Conclusion • Many types of health care settings • Variety of services • Specific to the health care needs of the nation. References • Green, M. A., & Bowie, M. J. (2005). Essentials of Health Information Management: Principles and Practices . Clifton Park, New York: Thomson Learning . • Medicine.Net. (n.d.). Managed Care Definition . Retrieved from http://www.medterms.com/script/main/art.asp? articlekey=4270...
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  • Fall '10
  • JOHNSTON
  • Geriatrics, Medical Equipment Hospice Care Palliative Care Respite Care, Outpatient Care Surgical Services Infusion Clinics Wound Care Clinics Laboratory Imaging Center Heart and Vascular Centers • Physicians Office

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