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covers for their hospitalization and doctors through part B (Nickitas, Middaugh, & Feeg, 2019). Their contributions, while they were employed, enable them to receive such benefits. The vulnerable and low-income people are also supported by our government and their care services are paid by Medicaid (Nickitas et al., 2019). In this case, the patient is qualified for Medicaid as her income is at the required level. The first thing the nurse has to do in this situation is to diminish all fears and concerns of the patient about her current and future healthcare services. Nurses also have to provide the patient with information about healthcare delivery and encourage the patient to participate in the decision-making process. Assure the patient that the patient will be assisted completely through the transition process. A complete assessment of the patient will be conducted according to the capacity and capability of the patient. In response to such information, create a discharge care plan including physicians and case managers. Address the financial

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