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Of the four main factors that affect health, which is the least important: The health care system
In the past, medicare paid for the usual and customary cost as determined by the involved health care providerand facilities, however the criterion is now used for deciding the amount of reimbursement now before care isprovidedProspective payment scale based on medical diagnosisManaged care plan: This payment system tries to keep the client healthy through the educational and healthpromotion with the goal of reducing the need for professional health care interventions and therefore alsolowering the costsWhat is it called when a nurse practitioner receives a set amount of payment to take care of a group of clientsregardless of the services needed and providedCapitationPrimary problem that results from health care being given by many different care providers: Overuse,underuse and Gaps in health care may occurGoal of advocacy: Promote the clients right and self determinationBesides insuring primary health care, what is the goal of case management: Manage resources, use, andcontrol expensesWhat are the steps in program management: Assess, plan, implement, evaluateHow did the industrial revolution result in previous approaches such as care by family friends and neighborsThe increase in migration and urbanization resulted in increased demand for careLillian Wald: is famous for creating PHN in the united states
Tobacco: It has been suggested that rather than list just the cause of death such as a heart attack, an autopsyreport should list the secondary cause such as obesity, sedentary lifestyle, if this were enacted, what would bethe most common cause of unnecessary death in the US.Most essential difference between home healthcare and acute client care: Home healthcare is provided in theclients environment.What is the primary requirement for a client who is eligible for homehealhth nursing and medicarereimbursement: Must be homebound.The Preferred public approach to avoid premature deaths in America: Influencing American lifestyle behavioralchoices.Epidemiologist study: All of the above (determinants of the illness, health, disease in individuals, populations,and treatment effects)Epidemiology triangle consists of: The Agent, the Host, and the EnvironmentBreastmilk: HIV is be known to be transmitted though which one of the followingHepatitis B: An STD that can be prevented through immunizationHepatitis C:Is the most frequent reason liver transplants are needed.A student asks how AIDS is diagnosed, the nurses best response would beA diagnosis of AIDS is made when CD4 T-lymphocytes drop to less than 200/mlA client with TB asks the nurse why the nurse is required to watch the pt swallow the medication each day,how should the nurse respond:This therapy is recommended to make sure that you receive the treatmentthat you need and the infection doesn't become resistant to the drug.

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