Healthcare Basics Types of Care Healthcare cost & stats Public Insurance MISC
100
good/service
Is healthcare a human right or good/service?
100
restoring health or improving function after an illness or injury
What is rehab? restoring health or improving function after an illness or injury
100
1/5
What is the fraction of all economic activity that we spend on healthcare?
100
65+ and having paid into FICA for 10 years or more
What are the criteria to qualify for medicare?
100
patients, providers, payers, policy makers, etc.
What are the major stakeholders in healthcare?
200
What is different about the US healthcare system? we don't provide free healthcare for all
What is different about the US healthcare system?
200
No, we can only minimize advancement of the disease and help people deal with symptoms
Can we cure chronic conditions?
200
3 Billion
How much does the US spend on healthcare each year?
200
kids who's parents don't qualify for medicaid but can't afford to cover their kids
Who is CHIP for? kids who's parents don't qualify for medicaid but can't afford to cover their kids
200
overtreatment, uncoordinated treatment, lack of transparency and info sharing
What are the major healthcare failures we talked about?
300
provider shortages
What is one of our major issues in healthcare?
300
community
Where is a pharmacist most likely to work (clinic or community)?
300
25%
What is the percentage of care that is run by the government?
300
healthcare for active military personnel and their families
What is TRICARE?
300
safe, accessible, convenient options
What do patients want?
400
Health restoration
We have 2 parts to our healthcare. What is they part of healthcare that limits the spread of a disease, alleviates symptoms, and helps people cope? Health restoration
400
referral from primary care
What is often needed to see a specialist?
400
we do not have price caps/negotiations
What is one of the major reasons for high healthcare costs?
400
low income status or medically needy
What is the criteria for medicaid?
400
providers to treat them well
What do employers want?
500
bathing, dressing, eating
What are ADLs (activities of daily living)?
500
when they have an immediate but not life threatening situation
When should someone go to the urgent care?
500
NHSNHI's charge people based on ability to pay, don't allow people to go uncovered, and run their healthcare through the government

What is one of the major differences between NHS/NHI and the US system?
500
VHA, Tricare, Medicare, Medicaid, CHIP, TANF, Workman's comp., American Indian Healthcare programs
What are all the forms of public insurance?
500
When people get money for referring patients to other providers
What are kickbacks?




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