After all these measures are administered and in the health environment a

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care they receive. After all, these measures are administered and in the health environment, a decision is made on which institution to receive financial incentives and at what rate. The organization has come up with accountability measures of quantitatively assessing the implementation and outcomes of health care providers. These measures provide useful information about the wellbeing of healthcare institutions and healthcare workers. With such
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Surname 3 information, the Quality Improvement Organization can now decide on where to put its main focus if poor performance is recorded. The program offers education about Medicare and Medicaid services inform of handbooks that are given to the community. This gives the community a clear view of the benefits they are going to receive once they enroll in the health insurance programs. The program also supports projects that teach people their rights as Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries and projects that help patients find doctors and hospitals near them. Medicare and Medicaid qualifications Qualification for getting insurance coverage in both is different. Medicare qualifications are one should be a citizen of the U.S or one who legally lives there permanently and who has lived in the country for a minimum of five years and they or their spouse has long enough worked to be eligible for Social Security or benefits of retirement usually having earned 40 credits from about 10 years of work or them or their spouse is an employee of the government or a retired individual who has not paid into Social Security but has paid Medicare taxes while working and also be above 65 or exact. If one is younger, they can still qualify if social security disability benefits for at least 24 months have been entitled to them or a disability pension is received and certain conditions are met or one has amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, which immediately qualifies one or one has permanent kidney failure that requires dialysis that is administered regularly or a kidney transplant and you or your spouse has, depending on age. If one does not qualify in all these qualifications, one can buy premiums that are specifically customized for those who do not qualify. They are somewhat expensive, but they end up being of the utmost importance when purchased. In Medicaid qualification, one has to be aged 65 years
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Surname 4 and above, have a permanent disability, a woman who is pregnant, be a citizen of the U.S, and if not, one can meet the specific rules of immigration. Qualifications can be modified to serve more people who are considered vulnerable populations. This are people who are extremely poor, orphans, people with risky diseases that are hard to find a cure such as cancer and unemployed youths. An organization under the Quality Improved Organization can be formed to cater for the extremely poor people. These people have no or low income and cannot afford to pay for any health insurance. When they fall sick, they have no other option but to die of the disease that has affected them. Orphans who have no parents or guardians to cater for their insurance, should be included in the program. This can be done by setting up a different program and putting finances aside that make sure orphans and street children’s health is taken care of. Cancer patients should be included since the cancer
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