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health chapter 3
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anyone who purchases/uses health products/services
habits and personal taste
opinions of family or friends, cost, and accessibility reviews
a written or spoken media message designated to interest consumer in purchasing a product or service
what is the main purpose of advertising?
to sell the product and fro you to spend your money
examples of advertising
celebrity endorsement, name of cola bottles, billboards, "buy one get one free"
various methods of communicating information
list the criteria for purchasing products
cost, features, quality, warrant, safety, recommendations
list the consumer rights
right to safety, right to choose, right to be informed, right to be heard, right to have problems correct, righ to consume education
all the medical care available to a nation's people, the way they receive care, and the method of payment
a regular doctor who provides checkups, screenings, treatments, and prescriptions
primary care physicians
medical providers who are extensively trained in one or two areas of health
examples of a primary care physician
nurse practitioner, pharmacist, etc
examples of specialist
gynecologist, neurologist, allergist, dermatologist, etc
whats the universal healthcare system?
everybody can go to the hospital with no cost, paid by taxes
whats the difference between a nurse and nurse practitioner?
nurse practitioner- can prescribe meds
nurse- cannot prescribe meds
failure by a health professional to meet accepted standards
why would you want a second opinion?
to make sure you're on the right track with your body
name the facilities
private practice, clinic, hospital, group practices, emergency room, urgent care
What is a private practice?
someone's own building and business; not affiliated with a hospital
What is a clinic?
It's the basics. examples: shot nurse, campbell clinic, etc. Clinics have a nurse practitioner.
in patient services-- overnight (ex: pregnancy)
out patient services-- not overnight (ex: wisdom teeth)
What are group practices?
it has multiple doctors, share the space, and in all different locations
What is an emergency room?
for life threading situations, illness, etc
What is urgent care?
for emergencies that aren't life threatening
a plan in which private companies or government programs pay for part or all of a person's medical costs
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