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HPA Chapter 5
What is the purpose of assessing a pat…
What is a form of critical thinking?
What are the three steps of the assess…
What does the diagnostic phase include…
to analyze the subjective and objective data collected
Diagnostic reasoning
- collection and organization of data... - validation of data... -…
- grouping and organizing data... - validating and comparing dat…
What is the purpose of assessing a pat…
to analyze the subjective and objective data collected
What is a form of critical thinking?
Diagnostic reasoning
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HPA set one
William Harvey
Edward Jenner
Florence Nightingale
Clara Barton
Circulation of blood and pumping of the heart
Small pox vaccination
First school of nursing
Established the American red cross
William Harvey
Circulation of blood and pumping of the heart
Edward Jenner
Small pox vaccination
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HPA Chapter 4
Validation of Data
What are the three steps in validating…
What happens if there is failure to va…
Validation of data collected during as…
process of confirming or verifying that the subjective and ob…
1) deciding whether the data needs verification... 2) determinin…
can result in premature close of the assessment or collection…
...
Validation of Data
process of confirming or verifying that the subjective and ob…
What are the three steps in validating…
1) deciding whether the data needs verification... 2) determinin…
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Nursing 308 Unit 1-5 Fluid and Electrolyte Balance in chronic diseases
Homeostasis
homeostasis
Fluid compartments
Extracellular fluid (ECF)
State of equilibrium in the body's internal environment (body…
Body fluids and electrolytes play an important role in ______…
Intracellular fluid (ICF)... Extracellular fluid (ECF)
Intravascular (plasma)... Interstitial... Trans-cellular (CSF, GI t…
Homeostasis
State of equilibrium in the body's internal environment (body…
homeostasis
Body fluids and electrolytes play an important role in ______…
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HPA staff 2016
Lori Pitts
McKenzie Price
Amanda McMahon
Janet Bastian
1st
1st
1st
2nd
Lori Pitts
1st
McKenzie Price
1st
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HPA 310 Exam 1
Population Model
Medical (Traditional) Model
What are the differences between Popul…
Example of Pop & Med differences
Systematic differences in health among different populations
Looks at past approaches such as genetics and family history…
Medical deals with looking into past histories and taking a s…
Medical does not ask why Obesity has occurred, but looks into…
Population Model
Systematic differences in health among different populations
Medical (Traditional) Model
Looks at past approaches such as genetics and family history…
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HPA 433 - Managing Stakeholder Relationships
External Stakeholder Group
Interface Stakeholder Group
Internal Stakeholder Group
3 External Stakeholder Categories
May be neutral, non-supportive or openly hostile. Ex., Patien…
Partly Supportive, tend to be the most powerful SH. Medical s…
Partly supportive, operate almost entirely within the bounds…
1. Give input into the organization, relationship is symbioti…
External Stakeholder Group
May be neutral, non-supportive or openly hostile. Ex., Patien…
Interface Stakeholder Group
Partly Supportive, tend to be the most powerful SH. Medical s…
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HPA 440 Exam 2
Emerging Infectious Diseases
Example of infectious disease
antigenic shift
deaths due to infectious diseases have…
Infectious Diseases whose incidence in humans has increased w…
disease could have undergone antigenic shift
process by which two or more different strains of a virus, or…
exception: 1918 influenza pandemic... exception: 1980's and 1990…
Emerging Infectious Diseases
Infectious Diseases whose incidence in humans has increased w…
Example of infectious disease
disease could have undergone antigenic shift
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HPA 101 Exam 1
What are the characteristics of the US…
Iron Triangle
what are the broad three areas used to…
three dimensions of quality
1. No central governing agency→no national health care/insura…
1.access... - financial ... -geographic... 2.quality... 3.Cost... - GDP…
1. access... 2.cost... 3.quality
1. Structure... -infrature... - workforce (# of doctors)... 2. Proce…
What are the characteristics of the US…
1. No central governing agency→no national health care/insura…
Iron Triangle
1.access... - financial ... -geographic... 2.quality... 3.Cost... - GDP…
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(bio)psychosocial nursing
anxiety
types of anxiety
moderate anxiety
mild anxiety
threat to self concept
-panic... -severe anxiety... -moderate anxiety... -mild anxiety
not as adaptive (tunnel vision)
neurogenesis takes place
anxiety
threat to self concept
types of anxiety
-panic... -severe anxiety... -moderate anxiety... -mild anxiety
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HPA 332 Quiz 1 -- Chapter 13
Team
Cross-functional team
Task Forces
Clinical issues with teams
Group of people with complementary skills, who are committed…
Common in healthcare organizations to address specific organi…
Specific purposes, limited time
Physicians rarely embrace teamwork; conflict between clinicia…
Team
Group of people with complementary skills, who are committed…
Cross-functional team
Common in healthcare organizations to address specific organi…
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Nursing 308 Unit 1-5 Fluid and Electrolyte Balance in chronic diseases
Homeostasis
homeostasis
Fluid compartments
Extracellular fluid (ECF)
State of equilibrium in the body's internal environment (body…
Body fluids and electrolytes play an important role in ______…
Intracellular fluid (ICF)... Extracellular fluid (ECF)
Intravascular (plasma)... Interstitial... Trans-cellular (CSF, GI t…
Homeostasis
State of equilibrium in the body's internal environment (body…
homeostasis
Body fluids and electrolytes play an important role in ______…
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Finance Key Terms "Final"
Current Ratio
Fee for Service
Pre-Determined Per-Person Payment
Bad Debt Expense
Current Assets/Current Liabilities :: (tip: higher the better)
Traditional U.S. method of receiving revenue for services; th…
Payment received before service is delivered, generally at a…
An expense that occurs when people CAN pay their bills, but s…
Current Ratio
Current Assets/Current Liabilities :: (tip: higher the better)
Fee for Service
Traditional U.S. method of receiving revenue for services; th…
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HPA 460: Chapter 5 (Healthcare Recruitment and Selection)
Recruitment
Key decisions in recruitment:
Factors That Influence Job Choice
Person-job fit:
refers to the methods organizations use to attract qualified…
- Should we promote from within, or should we recruit from... th…
Individual characteristics ... Vacancy characteristics, such as…
Does the applicant have the technical requirements to do the…
Recruitment
refers to the methods organizations use to attract qualified…
Key decisions in recruitment:
- Should we promote from within, or should we recruit from... th…
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HPA 442 - Exam #2
Philosophy of home health care
Eligibility requirements (based on Med…
Services Provided by home health care
Who provides home health services?
To take services to consumer's homes.
Physician-ordered, intermittent, homebound, skilled need,
Nursing, dental care ultrasound, nutrition, personal care, tr…
Physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, physic…
Philosophy of home health care
To take services to consumer's homes.
Eligibility requirements (based on Med…
Physician-ordered, intermittent, homebound, skilled need,
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HPA - Lab Practical
Wear Uniform and bring stethoscrope, n…
Wash hands
introduce self
state role
you get 4 points
...
hi i am camden leary
I am a student nurse
Wear Uniform and bring stethoscrope, n…
you get 4 points
Wash hands
...
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Cranial Nerves
Olfactory (I)
Optic (II)
Oculomotor (III)
Trochlear (IV)
Sense of Smell (Special Sensory Visceral)
Vision (Special Somatic Sensory)
Three Rectus Muscles (Superior, Medial, Inferior) of the Eye,…
Superior Oblique Muscle (Somatic Motor)
Olfactory (I)
Sense of Smell (Special Sensory Visceral)
Optic (II)
Vision (Special Somatic Sensory)
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HPA 460: Chapter 3 (Legal and Ethical Environment)
Jessica Vignette
Employment laws govern
Goal of employment laws
Rights and responsibilities that gover…
3 weeks as assistant administrator of medical group practice…
the relationship between employer and employee.
To achieve a balance between management's right to pursue its…
documented in federal and state statutes, administrative agen…
Jessica Vignette
3 weeks as assistant administrator of medical group practice…
Employment laws govern
the relationship between employer and employee.
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HPA Chapter 16: Eyes
Where is the eye located?
What is in the orbit of the eye?
What is the reason for the orbit and f…
What are eyelids?
located in the eye orbit, a round, only hollow formed by seve…
cushion of fat that surrounds the eye
to protect
two movable structures composed of skin and two types of musc…
Where is the eye located?
located in the eye orbit, a round, only hollow formed by seve…
What is in the orbit of the eye?
cushion of fat that surrounds the eye
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Reproductive System
introduction
Fertilization
meiosis
Sex chromosomes
maintains the survival system; not essential of the animal li…
starting point; occurs when the spermatozoa penetrates the cy…
process of cell division that produces spermatozoa and ova; r…
determine the gender of the animal (female (XX); male (XY))
introduction
maintains the survival system; not essential of the animal li…
Fertilization
starting point; occurs when the spermatozoa penetrates the cy…
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HPA 447 Chapter 1
Indemnity Insurance
Self-Pay
Prospective Payment System (PPS)
Home Health Agency (HHA)
insurance company assumes risk
hospital is responsible for employee benefits, risk retained
reimbursement rates are predetermined
Medicare provides incentives for home health care
Indemnity Insurance
insurance company assumes risk
Self-Pay
hospital is responsible for employee benefits, risk retained
NUR219: Wk 4 Neurobiology of MH disorders
Biopyschophysiological theory
Causes of dysfunction
Neuro-anatomy
Neuro-physiology
Basic assumption: Mental illness is due to dysfunction of phy…
- Anatomical abnormality- could be related to trauma, aging,…
the structure of the brain and the nervous system
the biomechanical processes at cellular level.
Biopyschophysiological theory
Basic assumption: Mental illness is due to dysfunction of phy…
Causes of dysfunction
- Anatomical abnormality- could be related to trauma, aging,…
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Seminar 3 - HPA, Regulated Workers, and Informatics/Social Media
Health Professionals Act requires:
Why is HPA important?
Scope of Practice
What does HPA mean for nurses?
- Follow the same rules to investigate complaints... - Follow th…
- Provide public access to healthcare laws... - Flexible scope o…
What we legally can and cannot do in our profession - from CA…
- Gives nurses authority... - Authorizes CARNA to create and enf…
Health Professionals Act requires:
- Follow the same rules to investigate complaints... - Follow th…
Why is HPA important?
- Provide public access to healthcare laws... - Flexible scope o…
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Cranial Nerves - Watkins
(I) Olfactory
(II) Optic
(III) Oculomotor
(IV) Trochlear
What is the name and number for the term labeled A?
What is the name and number for the term labeled B?
What is the name and number for the term labeled C?
What is the name and number for the term labeled D?
(I) Olfactory
What is the name and number for the term labeled A?
(II) Optic
What is the name and number for the term labeled B?
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Cranial Nerves for Dr. C's Exam #3
Smell
vision
Eyeball movement: somatic motor to all…
Eyeball movement (somatic motor to sup…
olfactory nerve (I)
optic nerve (II)
oculomotor nerve (III)
trochlear nerve (IV)
Smell
olfactory nerve (I)
vision
optic nerve (II)
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HPA 310 Exam #1 -- Medical Terminology Basics: Circulatory
Cardi/o
Brady/tachy
Angi/o
Veno/Phlebo
Heart. ... Endocarditis, myocarditis, pericarditis (inflammation…
Slow/fast... Bradycardia (rate <60) ... Tachycardia (rate > 100)
Vessel... Angiography, angiogram (x-ray of artery)
Vein... Venogram (x-ray of veins)... Phlebitis (inflammation of vei…
Cardi/o
Heart. ... Endocarditis, myocarditis, pericarditis (inflammation…
Brady/tachy
Slow/fast... Bradycardia (rate <60) ... Tachycardia (rate > 100)
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HPA Koh
What are the components of the Hypotha…
What are the names of the two lobes of…
What does pleotropic mean?
What is endocrinology?
Hypothalamus (located in Diencephalon)... Pituitary (Composed of…
Anterior (Adenohypophysis)... Posterior (Neurohypophysis)
Control of many body functions
Study of hormones
What are the components of the Hypotha…
Hypothalamus (located in Diencephalon)... Pituitary (Composed of…
What are the names of the two lobes of…
Anterior (Adenohypophysis)... Posterior (Neurohypophysis)
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HPA 460 Chapter 11
Labor Relations Process
National Labor Relations Act (NRLA)
3 Phases of Labor Relations
Recognition
process by which management & union jointly decide on and adm…
also known as the Wagner Act, the legal framework for labor r…
recognition... negotiation... administration
unions attempt to organize employee
Labor Relations Process
process by which management & union jointly decide on and adm…
National Labor Relations Act (NRLA)
also known as the Wagner Act, the legal framework for labor r…
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Histology
cardiac muscle
dense bone
dense connective tissue
loose connective tissue
cardiac muscle
dense bone
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HPA Peripheral Vascular and Lymphatic system
three layers of arterial walls
arterioles
capillaries
venules
tunica intima... tunica media... tunica externa
smallest group of arteries... rapid blood flow velocity begins t…
walls 1 cell thick... for exchanges of nutrients/wastes/plasma/i…
receive blood from capillaries
three layers of arterial walls
tunica intima... tunica media... tunica externa
arterioles
smallest group of arteries... rapid blood flow velocity begins t…
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HPA SKIN , HAIR AND NAILS
Connecting the skin to underlying stru…
The skin plays a vital role in tempera…
The only layer of the skin that underg…
A client's skin color depends on melan…
Subcutaneous tissue
Vitamin D
Innermost layer of the epidermis
Volume of blood circulating in the dermis
Connecting the skin to underlying stru…
Subcutaneous tissue
The skin plays a vital role in tempera…
Vitamin D
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Body regions
abdominal
acromial
antebrachial
Axillary
the region of the abdomen
Top of the outermost part of the shoulder
Forearm
underarm
abdominal
the region of the abdomen
acromial
Top of the outermost part of the shoulder
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Intro to Health--history of medicine
Egyptians
Ancient times
Greeks
Chinese
Earliest to keep health records
Use of herbs and plants as medication
Studied causes of disease/ Hippocrates and Aristotle
First to use acupuncture
Egyptians
Earliest to keep health records
Ancient times
Use of herbs and plants as medication
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HPA test 2
Actinic keratosis
Vitiligo
malignant melanoma
tension headaches.
On the right temporal area of the forehead is a flattened pap…
depigmented macules appear on the face, hands, feet, extensor…
a genetic component with skin cancer, especially
dull, tight, and diffuse
Actinic keratosis
On the right temporal area of the forehead is a flattened pap…
Vitiligo
depigmented macules appear on the face, hands, feet, extensor…
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Ch. 14 Digestive System Anatomy
Hard Palate
Soft Palate
Uvula
Palatine Tonsils
Letter A represents
Letter B represents
Leter C represents
Letter D represents
Hard Palate
Letter A represents
Soft Palate
Letter B represents
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Stress response, Alarm reaction, HPA Axis
ACTH; nerve signal
adrenal gland cortex
cortisol
liver releases glucose
During the alarm reaction, what does the brain release?
During the alarm reaction, ACTH activates what?
During the alarm reaction, the adrenal gland cortex releases…
During the alarm reaction, when cortisol is released what hap…
ACTH; nerve signal
During the alarm reaction, what does the brain release?
adrenal gland cortex
During the alarm reaction, ACTH activates what?
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Bones of the Human Body-Pictures
Clavicle
Scapula
Sternum
True Ribs
Clavicle
Scapula
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HPA 310 Exam #1 -- Health Care Roles
Physicians
Mid-Level Providers
Physician's Assistants
Advanced Practice Nurse (APN)
Typically the "gatekeepers" in the U.S. health care system. M…
Include both physician assistants and advanced practice nurse…
Obtains a bachelor's degree and then spend 2 years in a maste…
Encompasses nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists,…
Physicians
Typically the "gatekeepers" in the U.S. health care system. M…
Mid-Level Providers
Include both physician assistants and advanced practice nurse…
215 terms
Medical Abbreviations
A
ā
ac
ADL
assessment
before
before meals
activities of daily living
A
assessment
ā
before
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Health Assessment: Breasts and Lymphatic System
Breasts
breast is divided in to four quadrants…
Lymph Nodes
Nipple
* paired mammary glands that lie over muscles of anterior che…
upper outer quadrant, which extends into axillary area;... where…
structures that drain lymph from breasts to filter out microo…
located in the center of the breast;... contains tiny openings o…
Breasts
* paired mammary glands that lie over muscles of anterior che…
breast is divided in to four quadrants…
upper outer quadrant, which extends into axillary area;... where…
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hpa exam2
prospective payment
retrospective payment
self-insured
fee-for-service
A payment scheme in which the amount charged is determined BE…
A payment made after an action has happened or therapy provid…
-Employers assume the risk by budgeting a certain amount to p…
-physicians were paid after the services... -retrospective... -Neit…
prospective payment
A payment scheme in which the amount charged is determined BE…
retrospective payment
A payment made after an action has happened or therapy provid…
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#3 Psych Nursing - Brain Anatomy and Functions
frontal lobe
temporal lobe
spindle neurons
parietal lobe
Responsible for EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS: reasoning, problem solvi…
Responsible for EMOTIONS, language processing, interpreting s…
Responsible for rapid, intuitive insight.
Responsible for SPATIAL ORGANIZATION, spatial relationships,…
frontal lobe
Responsible for EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS: reasoning, problem solvi…
temporal lobe
Responsible for EMOTIONS, language processing, interpreting s…
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Nursing 7450 Learning Objectives CH 11-12
In general, a person experiences stres…
Hans Selye identified three structural…
Selye believed that the three changes…
The GAS occurs in three stages:
a demand exceeds a person's coping abilities.
enlargement of the cortex of the adrenal gland, atrophy of th…
the general adaptation syndrome (GAS)
the alarm stage, the stage of resistance or adaptation, and t…
In general, a person experiences stres…
a demand exceeds a person's coping abilities.
Hans Selye identified three structural…
enlargement of the cortex of the adrenal gland, atrophy of th…
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Health Assessment: Neurologic System
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
Cranial Nerves
Spinal Nerves
Brain and Spinal Cord
All nerves outside the brain and Spinal Cord.
LMN's that enter and exit the brain rather than the spinal co…
-31 pairs arising from the length of the spinal cord and supp…
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Brain and Spinal Cord
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
All nerves outside the brain and Spinal Cord.
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HPA Exam #1
What is pathophysiology?
What is the nursing process?
What are the 5 steps in the nursing pr…
What is the assessment?
looks at the specific malfunctioning that comes from or cause…
organized and systematic problem solving for giving individua…
Assessment... Diagnosis... Planning... Interventions... Evaluation
systematically collect, validate, organize and communicate th…
What is pathophysiology?
looks at the specific malfunctioning that comes from or cause…
What is the nursing process?
organized and systematic problem solving for giving individua…
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Chapter 1, Today's Health Care System
Acute Care Facility
Assisted-Living Facility
Extended Care Facility
Independent-Living Facility
Health care facility that provides care for patients who have…
A facility that provides housing, group meals, personal care,…
An umbrella term, any of many types of facilities that provid…
A group of apartments or houses for residents who can take ca…
Acute Care Facility
Health care facility that provides care for patients who have…
Assisted-Living Facility
A facility that provides housing, group meals, personal care,…
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3 - Understanding Professional Nursing
What did Florence Nightingale do to ca…
Characteristics of a profession
The good nurse is seen as:
The essence of nursing practice is
Introduced record keeping.
Exist to provide service to others, self-regulation, obligati…
Patient, gentle, kind, devoted, and dedicated.
Caring
What did Florence Nightingale do to ca…
Introduced record keeping.
Characteristics of a profession
Exist to provide service to others, self-regulation, obligati…
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A & P 2 Unit 11 Vocabulary Digestive System
Active transport
Alimentary canal
Alkalinity
Amylase
using energy to move substances across a membrane
the tubular canal extending from mouth to anus
a measurement of the capacity of a solution to neutralize an…
an enzyme that breaks starch down into disaccharides
Active transport
using energy to move substances across a membrane
Alimentary canal
the tubular canal extending from mouth to anus
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HPA 210 Quiz 3
Medicare Hospital Insurance (HI)
Medicare Supplementary Medical Insuran…
OASI
DI
covers hospital services
covers ambulatory care and prescription drugs
is used to pay retirement and survivor's benefits to workers…
...
Medicare Hospital Insurance (HI)
covers hospital services
Medicare Supplementary Medical Insuran…
covers ambulatory care and prescription drugs
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Hospital Revenues
Fee for Service
Pre-Determined Per-Person Payment
Bad Debt Expense
Charity Care Services
Traditional U.S. method of receiving revenue for services; th…
Payment received before service is delivered, generally at a…
An expense that occurs when people CAN pay their bills, but s…
Services provided to financially indigent patients.
Fee for Service
Traditional U.S. method of receiving revenue for services; th…
Pre-Determined Per-Person Payment
Payment received before service is delivered, generally at a…
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